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::"Heeeeere I come to save the day!"  As a matter of fact, I do have a copy of two posts of Drumpy's research.  I'll go take a look at your link, and see what I can add to it.  [[User:KRAKII|Krakii]] 08:28, 13 February 2006 (PST)
 
::"Heeeeere I come to save the day!"  As a matter of fact, I do have a copy of two posts of Drumpy's research.  I'll go take a look at your link, and see what I can add to it.  [[User:KRAKII|Krakii]] 08:28, 13 February 2006 (PST)
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:::Posted.  I don't know if it was only on my computer, but when you used the BackGround color of "###d" (or whatever the hex code was), it gave me black-on-black text for the column headers.  Which made finding a particular race kind of difficult.  So I changed the background color to "grey", and it displays as black-on-green (green?  WTH?), which I figure is good enough.  [[User:KRAKII|Krakii]] 08:52, 13 February 2006 (PST)

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turns on the Krakii-signal: Robert! Did you happen to save any of the posts Drumpey made about the Trading skill? I put up the incomplete chart I managed to dig up at Trading, but there was tons of good discussion at the time in those posts that helps explain what that chart actually means. I also think he might have dicussed the trading forumla in pawn/gem shops at some point as well. Make us proud! Oliver (User | Talk) 08:16, 12 February 2006 (PST)
"Heeeeere I come to save the day!" As a matter of fact, I do have a copy of two posts of Drumpy's research. I'll go take a look at your link, and see what I can add to it. Krakii 08:28, 13 February 2006 (PST)
Posted. I don't know if it was only on my computer, but when you used the BackGround color of "###d" (or whatever the hex code was), it gave me black-on-black text for the column headers. Which made finding a particular race kind of difficult. So I changed the background color to "grey", and it displays as black-on-green (green? WTH?), which I figure is good enough. Krakii 08:52, 13 February 2006 (PST)