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Newbie here.

What are some basics on determining dragon prices when selling?
The only thing I base it off is their "look" and if I think it looks nice/pleasing/different.

So what're some things that the community uses to determine pricing?
Any help is welcomed, thanks
Newbie here.

What are some basics on determining dragon prices when selling?
The only thing I base it off is their "look" and if I think it looks nice/pleasing/different.

So what're some things that the community uses to determine pricing?
Any help is welcomed, thanks
@seaglassheart

Basically it is only looks. A dragon is worth as much as what the player that buys it is willing to pay. So you may have exact the same dragons (siblings) and one could be sole for 50k and you could struggle to sell the other one for 8k. Its all about finding that person that wants that exact dragon of yours.

That said lairspace is short so few dragons get sold - most will be exalted either by the buyer (if the price is low enough its likely its going to be bought for that sole purpose) or by the breeder.

Allover anything over 10k is a 'normal' price for a dragon you deem goodlooking. 50k would be an absolute perfect dreamdragon (to me - this is my upper cap I won't pay much more for a dragon - but others might). I sell most of my dragons for about 25k - if they sell.

Other things to know:
People are often after certain color chemes like XXX, XXY (and so on), pastels, ect.
People often hype new genes - these tend to sell for outrageous prices for a while. That can be a few weeks - or just a scant few days depending on the gene.
@seaglassheart

Basically it is only looks. A dragon is worth as much as what the player that buys it is willing to pay. So you may have exact the same dragons (siblings) and one could be sole for 50k and you could struggle to sell the other one for 8k. Its all about finding that person that wants that exact dragon of yours.

That said lairspace is short so few dragons get sold - most will be exalted either by the buyer (if the price is low enough its likely its going to be bought for that sole purpose) or by the breeder.

Allover anything over 10k is a 'normal' price for a dragon you deem goodlooking. 50k would be an absolute perfect dreamdragon (to me - this is my upper cap I won't pay much more for a dragon - but others might). I sell most of my dragons for about 25k - if they sell.

Other things to know:
People are often after certain color chemes like XXX, XXY (and so on), pastels, ect.
People often hype new genes - these tend to sell for outrageous prices for a while. That can be a few weeks - or just a scant few days depending on the gene.