View Full Version : The dark side of trading.

05-25-2016, 12:08 AM
Today I met someone. Someone from the dark side of wls. Someone friends with an owner of price worlds. Don't get me wrong, not every price world owner is a scammer or so, but the person I met was quite peculiar.

He claimed to have the power of altering item prices at his wish.

"Of course your sign won't mean S#!&. You aren't the owner of [INSERT WORLD HERE]. But I, I have the power to buy and sell at my wish."

"Of course my sign won't mean anything, that is my entire point. The real life equivalent of this is fraud."

His friend then came.

"This guy trying to explain some moral value s#!&." He explained to his friend.

Now, what enrages me is not that this happens. It is rather inevitable this does, however what annoys me is just the sentiment of being above the law they have.

Precisely, I went to the place he mentioned earlier this morning and saw prices inflated from low-fourties to near and past fifty world locks. In 12 hours.

I feel enraged. Not so much enraged, but powerless. People who believe the only way to progress is purely cheating.

If this is in the wrong subforum, whoops.

05-25-2016, 12:10 AM
RTsoft forums isn't just all Growtopia. Post this on Everything Else.

05-25-2016, 12:16 AM
RTsoft forums isn't just all Growtopia. Post this on Everything Else.

Last sentence.

05-25-2016, 12:49 AM
Pretty much our economy in a nutshell. Sheep follow the leader.

05-25-2016, 01:54 AM
A few analogies;
- Sheep and a Sheppard.
- Hitler and the Nazi regime.
- Donald Trump and uneducated Americans.

Shall I continue?