How to Earn Money in ArcheAge - Material Guides
Labor point is a quite important source for players to create their property. Since not everyone like to play their enthusiasm on producing basic materials in ArcheAge all day alone, saling our products to these guys is a decent way for earning money.
The equipments crafted with your life skill will be better than other equipments that you grab from monsters or missions. And equipments that made with your life skill can be upgraded in the future. To craft rare or senior equipments in future, many players will craft many types of equipments in early game. It is predictable that Roots dye, germ oil and opaque abradant will be a huge demand after OBT, since they are basic materials for expert equipments. So you will get potential huge property if you grow them in early stage. But, don’t put all your labor in single plant, since you can’t predict how much profit that you can earn. You can group your products and sale them in shops. In the second CN CBT, the sales of Roots dye and opaque abradant is better than germ oil.
The product cycle time is quite short in early game, while, with the game going, the cycle time becomes longer and some players may be willing to pay for the products they need. Actually, they may purchase materials instead of waiting for a long time. So you can sale your products to these guys for money. Circium japonicum and beans are good example. There are some tips: trade them as early as possible - When a thing is rare, it becomes precious. Second, don’t donate all of your labor point in one product, since you can’t predict how much you will earn from market.
Rare material can be made for senior equipments, for example: soft azalea, glossy race and lucky Trifolium repens. Both of them are critical materials for crafting senior equipments. In the second CN CBT, their unit price is between 8 to 10 gold. Players can grab them randomly when harvesting azalea, race and Trifolium repens. Roughly, the rate is 1-2%. And the spare materials can be made for abradant, germ oil and dye.