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  1. Credit to: @ Rob Macabre for finding this solution. Make sure you thank him! Resizable window, plug ins, and XP trackers not working? With the launch of the Simplicity+ Client it has been an amazing addition to our gameplay experience throughout Simplicity but with something new there can be a few hiccups. I was spoiled right away with the XP trackers and all of the bonuses the client has to offer so when I ran into an issue it made me realize how helpful it is and hopefully this will fix any issues you may have for the time being as well. Updates will be coming so don't worry but this can be an effective work around until then. Now resizable mode can still be a bit difficult but after playing around with it I've found if you resize it one time from the top left of the window it won't freeze BUT if you play around with the size too much it can mess up forcing you to restart the client. Thank you for your patience and keep grinding!
  2. Amazing update! Really looking forward to grinding for some new items and racking up a nice KC for he new bosses. As always amazing work and excited to try everything out + what the future will hold.
  3. One of, if not the most, commonly asked questions in the Help Clan Chat is what the cost of certain items are or if there's a price guide on the forums. Now we, as staff and the community, are more than happy to help answer these questions and guide people in the right direction but I'm hoping this will assist you a little bit further than that as well! Firstly, I agree that a "price guide" would be an amazing addition but unfortunately prices would fluctuate far too much and often to write down any sort of specific numbers defeating the purpose and would cause too much confusion in the long run. Step 1: Determine if the item is junk or not. As with most loot based games a healthy portion of drops don't serve an important purpose other than that satisfaction of getting the drop itself and looking pretty in large stacks in your bank. There's far too many to list but I'll put some common examples below. Junk items tend to accumulate in large quantities at ::shops and is where you'll end up selling it anyways. Scythe Sharpener - Diamond Roots - Fenris Pelt - Ana in a Barrel - Long Sharp Claws - Rock Cab Caracas - Whiteberry Seeds - Evil Turnip - Mole Skin Step 2: Find the item in the POS (Player Owned Shops). This is going to be your best friend for getting an idea on the value of an item. The NPCs to access the POS are located at ::home inside of the bank. Right click the POS NPC and select View Shops Using the search bar type the name of the item in Click on the players shops on the right hand side View the cheapest listings (top of list) to get an idea of value Click on the items to display the prices in the chat window Note: The search bar can be picky i.e. using apostrophes and the more specific and accurate of a name you type, the better the results will be. Step 3: Determining the accuracy of the listed prices. Now if we've made it this far and determined the item isn't junk and price justifies selling it ourselves on the POS instead of to the shop keeper at ::shops we can check a few more things to ensure the accuracy of the prices in the POS. See if there's a few or a lot of the item available throughout the various players shops. Continue looking through the shops and see how closely priced the items between different people are. If one person has a hoard of the item in question. From those we can determine if a lot of people are selling / buying by how many and how closely they are priced. If one person has a hoard of the item, they may be collecting them, buying out all of the ones cheaper to resell it themselves, or simply saving them for later. If one is significantly cheaper than the rest, they may be trying to dump the item quickly under what it's really worth so don't short yourself either! Step 4: Listing the Item for sale on your Player Shop. Right clicking the NPC and selecting My Shop will open the window where you can then add items. When adding an item it will prompt you to type in the value you wish to list the item at. I.E. Putting in an item for 26B, type "26B" and it will add it to your store for that amount. The POS does take a %3 convenience fee to pay all of the hard working NPCs in Simplicity. TL;DR Step 1: Is the item junk? If yes, throw it in your bank or sell it to ::shops Step 2: If it's not junk then check the POS to see what others sell the item for. Step 3: Determine if the listed prices are reasonable or not by looking at how many there are for sale and how closely priced each player has listed them for. Step 4: Sell your in your own POS and/or ::yell a message for other players to see. Useful Tips/Info: If there's almost none for sale it can mean it's super junk OR it's super rare. When in doubt ask the Help CC. If the cheapest item is much lower than the rest, that person is probably undercutting to get a quick sale. This is a possible merching opportunity for you to buy it and sell it for more. If you want a quick sale you can list the price lower than everyone else so yours appears first on the list. If you're farming a boss or other monster and you plan on selling a lot of an item don't undercut others to avoid driving the price too far down and hurting yourself in the long run. Typing 10B when listing an item for sale is much easier than typing 10,000,000,000 Some items may be a bit wonky like the Old Key from hydra is listed as Stone Key. To see your recent POS history and sales try relogging to allow it to update. Sometimes an item is worth more to ::shops than in the POS. I.E. Ranger boots sell to shops for 1.9M! Claim your earnings by right clicking POS NPC and gold will be added to your pouch.
  4. Awesome as always! Glad to be back and see some sweet stuff in the recent updates.
  5. Congrats! That's too much work for me lol.
  6. Just the symbol is pretty enticing 😛
  7. Ever have any questions feel free to PM me on discord or anything. If you're in the states I can help out a lot too. I never did sales before this and I'm highly against any shady tactics, pressuring people, cold calling, etc. I genuinely talk people down sometimes lol. I miss the food from the restaurant life so much though hahah.
  8. That's awesome. I worked the majority of my life in restaurants as a manager and corporate trainer. Food is life. I've done a lot of things all over the spectrum but as of more recently I am a field underwriter for life insurance and am in the process of expanding to build an insurance agency.
  9. Much appreciated and happy to be here!
  10. 1-99 Prayer !!! If this guide helps you drop a reaction or comment !!! The first step on your journey to 99 Prayer is going to be clicking on the Prayer skill to be teleported to the training area located just outside of ::shops and north of the ::home tele. Presets Presets are going to be your best friend training any skills near a bank booth or that requires a variety of items. This will speed up leveling time tremendously. In this example, we use a full inventory of Superior Dragon Bones (The Best Prayer XP in Simplicity). The preset allows us to instantly fill our inventory back up with a single click. To use these bones with the altar, simply right click on the item from your inventory. Select the 'use' option and then left-click on the altar. This will then load a prompt over the chat box allowing you to select how many you would like to use. When going for 99 it will be easiest to leave 'All' selected. Once you use all of the bones from your inventory re-load your preset and rinse and repeat. Best XP Rates This list will be XP rates from best to worst in Simplicity with any relevant notes for each item. 1. Superior Dragon Bones These can be obtained from Kurasks, Demonic Gorillas, Long-Tailed Wyverns, Ancient Wyverns, Dawn, Porazdir, Vorkath, and the wildly mini-boss Workath. Workath drops 3 noted Superior Dragon Bones %100 of the but is located in the deep wildly mage arena. 2. Frost Dragon Bones Dropped from Frost Dragons and Lava Dragons 1 at a time we do have several NPCs that have a chance to drop multiple Frost Dragon bones in noted form at a 1/850 rate. Galvek, Tekton, Muhammad Ali event, Warmonger, Crystal Ankou, WildyWyrm, Callisto, and the Maiden Completionist zone Boss. 3. Hydra Bones The third best Prayer XP in simplicity. Hydra is one of the most farmed bosses in the current state of the game and Hydra Bones can be plentiful. Compare prices if buying from the POS or other players to Superior Dragon to ensure the most value for your GP. 4. Dagannoth Bones These will be dropped from the 3 Dagannoth, Prime, Supreme, and Rex. Even those these are the second best bones to use, these NPCs are not commonly farmed and only drop 1 bone at a time. Using/farming Superior Dragon bones or other options will prove more efficient. 5. Dragon Bones If you can't get your hands on the bones listed above regular dragon bones are great XP to train prayer on a budget. You can use the command in-game ::findmonster 'item name' to search for any bones or items to see what NPCs drop them, how many, and at what rates. Brawling Gloves Brawling Gloves will grant you bonus XP in their respective skills and for Prayer we would be using the (prayer) variant to maximize our potential XP. These gloves can be purchased with prestige points for many skills from Max, an NPC located in ::edge / ::home bank or ::home2 next to the bank stalls. !!! If this guide helps you drop a reaction or comment !!!
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