Eden Eternal Gold Price History
Our ee Gold list has been last updated on September 28, 2016. The next update is scheduled for September 30, 2016. As of September 29, 2016 the median price for 50,000 is $64.24. Currently there are 8 Eden Eternal Gold prices in our database.
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About ee Gold
Eden Eternal, known as Finding Neverland Online by Chinese fans is an anime MMORPG. Developed by X-Legend and published by Aeria Games, the free-to-play game made its debut in North America on 16 June, 2011. The main currency used in the game is referred to as gold coin. When it comes to the in-game market and economy, items are considered expensive in Eden Eternal and the battle to earn more gold to keep up with necessity buys could easily become a chore. This is especially the case for higher level skills for which the price increases by 3 to 4 gold per level.
Eden Eternal gold is used through-out the game for upgrades, repairing weapons and armor sets or acquiring new skills per se. Although players find that they continually need more gold as they level up their character, Eden Eternal does provide several ways to both earn and save gold. Dungeon runs and completing quests for rewards are a given. As is the Auction House. There are also other game specific ways to economize, such as opting to focus on only one class which reduces gold spent on maxing out skills. Eden Eternal is a guild-based MMO, thus another viable route to earn gold is by taking on guild quests.
Besides a closed in-game market system, the Item Mall offers several options to help enhance gameplay. Instead of gold, the currency used for obtaining Item Mall items are called Aeria Points (AP) and can be obtained by trading in real cash for the virtual money. Useful items that can be bought using Eden Eternal AP are those that help you stay alive such as a legacy weapon, charms that helps you level up faster and items such as locus life leafs for resurrection. Regardless of the convenience that comes with the Item Mall, Eden Eternal gold is the primary game currency and a necessity to level up and progress in the game. In essence, in-game gold sellers identify this need and offers Eden Eternal gold at varying volumes. Gamers who opt to purchase gold from the secondary market are advised to consider several other factors besides pricing such as selected seller's reputation and previous buyers' reviews.
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5 Top Tips for Farming Eden Eternal Gold
Earning gold in Eden Eternal can be quite a struggle. Even veterans will admit that there are virtually no shortcuts; you will really need to put a lot of elbow grease into your farming efforts. And while these 5 tips will not fill your pockets with endless gold, they have been proven to make the gold grind less taxing and time-consuming.
Tip 1: Don't Snub Those Quests. At the beginning, quests might seem to give paltry amounts of gold. But remember that more than gold, quests also give out better experience per hour than random grinding. This means you will level up faster and will be able to take on higher quests with higher gold rewards. Think of quest running as a means to an end, with the end being the lucrative endgame levels where gold comes by much faster than the lower levels. Also, remember to learn the art of quest stacking - completing quests with the same requirements to basically finish two or even more quests in one go.
Tip 2: If You're Gonna Grind, Grind Dungeons. For those who can spend the whole day just doing one thing, arguably the best grinding option is to run dungeons again and again. Starting at level 25, for example, you can start a marathon party run on Vileshark HQ or more commonly known as "Shark HQ" located on the Northwestern corner of Beluga Bay. Expect generous gold coin drops and a good class experience rate. Pros recommend collecting the rare orange equipment sets that will make each dungeon run easier and quicker, further bumping up your gold earned per hour.
Tip 3: Get Social to Access Guild Quests. Yes, you can still do guild quests even if you are not part of a guild. But it does not mean that is ideal. Joining a guild will allow you to learn tips from more experienced players, tips that will help you complete guild quests quicker. They will also be ready companions should you need help in actual combat. Guild quests promise dozens of gold for each run depending on the drops you get. Valley of Kings is a particularly popular guild quest that players grind on end because of its high-selling vendor trash. Remember though that guild quests cost some gold, but they are more than worth it and roughly reward double or more of what you initially spend.
Tip 4: Always Check the Auction House for Better Sales. All your hard work grinding dungeons can pay off more handsomely if you learn how to work the auction house. Sure, you can automate the whole thing by dumping all loot to the vendors, but you are missing out on potentially dozens or even hundreds of gold. Even with the tax rates, you will make a sweet profit selling special drops. There is a horde of willing buyers who will part with their gold, especially for items that are rare or can only be bought alternatively at the dollar cash shop.
Tip 5: Focus on One Class for Now. Many players tend to get excited at the prospect of obtaining tier 2 classes, and make the mistake of spreading their small gold resources too thin. Focusing on one class especially for new players is the best approach - you save on skills on other classes and frees up gold for the best grinding gear, guild quest entrance costs and other things you might need to invest on. Eventually, when you are already swimming in gold, then you can expand to the other classes without crimping your gold-making operations.