As a guild, we participate in a popular event where we auction off materials harvested by farmers. Farmers earn a cut of the proceeds and the remaining funds help the guild secure a trader each week.
Auction Farmer Participation
- To participate as an auction farmer, you must mail accepted items to the APOCAuctions account (sort roster by rank) by 11:59 pm on the Sunday preceding the upcoming auction. This allows DWU staff the necessary time to prepare.
- Please consolidate your items when sending mail; if you are donating 24 Kutas, send a stack of 24 rather than 4 stacks of 8.
- Do not deposit any items into the guild bank or send to any account other than APOCAuctions.
The Share Value list can be found below.
Auction Farmer Paychecks
Each accepted item is assigned a share value based on current market value and paychecks are based upon this calculation. We divide the net auction proceeds (amount of gold raised after auction expenses are paid) by the total number of shares donated. That number is multiplied by the number of shares donated by each farmer. The total of that is what the farmer receives as gold payment.
Example: An auction has 1000 total shares donated and net proceeds are 10 million gold, each share donated is worth 10,000,000÷1000, or 10,000 gold.
Someone who donates: 5 shares will receive a 50,000 gold paycheck; 20 shares, 200,000 gold; 35 shares, 350,000 gold; 50 shares, 500,000 gold; and so on.
Please keep in mind there is always a risk when dealing with auctions. Profit and payments will vary from one to the next.
Accepted Donations & Share Values
The following list shows how much of each accepted item is still needed for the next auction.