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    Posted: 21 Sep 2016 at 6:52pm
So after playing the pre test with some friends we traced a few strategies that we would follow in the final beta and despite the fame values have increased considerably, we planned to play in a way that we could enjoy ourselves and not simply have a lot of commitments with the game. We calculated values in silver that we would need to be able to buy some plots in a city, a personal island and eventually live off the albion online gold shop. So today when I logged in the game i realized how wrong i was when i saw that the prices were more than three times higher than in the pre test a day ago. What made me think, what algorithm is used to calculate these values. What is the point of trying to pretend that casual players will have some success in the game. 

If a guild territory in black zones, which is usually bought and built by, say, 50~100 members costs around 1.5kk silver while a single plot in a city that is bought by a single person cost up to 225k silver on the first day of the game? And even the personal islands have had its price increased by over three times. Unfortunately Sandbox doesnt mean it exactly when they say "Everybody Matters." Because the way the game is right now, no matter what you do, it is impossible to play the game outside of a large and organized guild. And im not talking about competing. I just wanted to be able to actually do something. To be a merchant, a crafter, a gatherer or whatever role they claim to exist in the game.

So please, Reduce the price of city plots and personal islands and give a chance to people who dont like or want to play in large organizations.
Unfortunately, the joy of playing another beta ended too soon this time.

hmm, by no means am I an experienced player, but I don't think that's necessary to reply to your story.

It sounds like you want the economy to be based on different things then it is in real life. But I think this is still the best way because it's more intuitive and won't alienate most players. It makes sense you have to build an alliance and affiliate yourself with a group to get anywhere in the world, real or fantasy. 

What this means for you, is that it would probably be beneficial to your goals if you contact a large guild, try to make money with/from them untill you can start a smaller guild of your own with other players who are on the same level of riches to Buy Albion Online Gold. That's how you intuitively make money, I hope this works for you. 
Ofcourse you can still take your time, nobody wants to rush you but yourself
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