#1 - Work on your English first before you come to the table with any argument, then the rest should fall into place for you quite nicely.
TL;DR .. just for you:
Supply and Demand = Greed. Use your head on this one, it really isn't that hard. You have the only item in D3, that does not mean you need to sell it to the highest bidder. Nobody is holding a gun to your head. If you can't wrap your head around this one, then your completely hopeless.
Worth ruining the game - Look at the current state of D3 and ask yourself if it's really ok. Outside of itemization, what was the next complaint down the pipe from people who mass exited the game? Items costing too much, so ask yourself again genius about worth ruining the game. The game is nothing without it's players. Again, this isn't that hard to grasp.
1. Work on your english
2. Work on your reading comprehension
3. Work on your common sense
Do those 3 before ever coming back to these boards and posting dribble.. understand? Or do you need pretty pictures to help you out?
Oh, so a lot of attacks on me... and again no coherent argument.
I will try to break down how supply and demand works. Do not worry, I will use small words.
- Just because I may have the last pen in the world, doesn't mean I need to sell it for 1B
- Just because I may have the only car in the world, doesn't mean I need to sell it for 10B
- Just because you may have access to rare materials, it doesn't mean you have to sell them to the highest bidder
If you have the only pen in the world what happens if you sell it for 1B. Well, that means that someone wanted it really, really bad. Not only that, but its a reflection of the fact that no one else has one he can get. So he pays 1B for it.
Now what happens. I bet there are still pencil makers in this world. Why are they going to keep making pencils when they can shift to making pens and selling them for 1B? So they start to make pens and sell them for ridiculous amounts of money.
Now, other "greedy" people see all this money the pen makers are getting and start making pens. The price of pens starts to fall. First only a billionaire could afford it. Then only a millionaire. Before you know it, now everyone can afford pens.
Everyone is made better off. And it all started with your "greedy" decision to sell the pen at a price someone was willing to pay for it, which sent the signal to the market that it was time to start making pens.
You are welcome for your econ 101 lesson the day. I hope we learned something.
Of course I expect this all to fly right over your head, and for you not to address any of it but instead attack me. This is a common result when someone has no idea what they are talking about and gets educated by someone that does. It is a self defense mechanism, and I understand. It is unpleasant to come face to face with how little you understand about how the world actually works.