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User Manual

Auction Tools - Sell

Zygor's Gold and Auctions guide provides a suite of tools to help you complete many common tasks involved in the gold making process. This includes identifying the most valuable goods in your inventory time, pricing and posting them, purchasing auction house "deals" and crafting ingredients.collecting items from your mailbox, and, sending items to your alts more easily.

To access the Auction Tools, speak with an Auctioneer and bring up the Auction House panel. You should see two custom tabs (Sell and Buy) added to the bottom of the default interface.


Note: If you still don't see them go into Zygor Options / Inventory Management and make sure "Enable Auction Tools" is checked on.

The Selling Tool

The Auction Tools has two sections you can switch between, the Sell tab and the Buy tab.

The Sell tab is used to scan the Auction House for the latest pricing data, and appraise and sell items. This section is split into two sides, the Inventory List, and the Posting Panel.


The Inventory List will pull in and list all the items that you can sell on the Auction House. The items will be listed in descending order of the most profitable items with the highest chance of selling appearing at the top. Note that items you can't sell (soulbound, quest items, ect.) will not be shown.

The Inventory List organizes items into several columns to help you manage your inventory better.


The item column shows you the amounts and names of the items you have to sell.


The price column shows you the estimated value of each item based on the amount you possess.

Green up arrow

Prices gouged, sell now
This means that prices are +20% above the Historical High (the highest price we've seen this item listed at in roughly 3-4 weeks).

Green dot

Market is empty, sell now
This is the holy grail of statuses. The item shows a healthy market history, prices have been stable, and yet, the market is temporarily empty, which means you'll have no competition.

Prices are up, sell now
This means that prices are 20% above the Historical High (the highest price we've seen this item listed at in roughly 3-4 weeks) but no higher than that.

Yellow dot

Prices are normal
This means that prices are between our Historical Low and Historical High point (the lowest and highest price we've seen this item listed at in roughly 3-4 weeks).

Red down arrow

Prices are down, you may want to wait
This means that prices lower than our Historical Low (the lowest price we've seen this item at in roughly 3-4 weeks).

Red dot

Item market unstable
This means that the patterns we see for this item suggest the market is stale and that no one is likely buying this item, even if people are listing it.

Grey dot

No trend data
This message means that in over a month we haven't seen this item listed even one time and thus we have no data to base a price on.

Selling Items Using The Sell Tool


When you're ready to start selling items simply click on an item you wish to sell from the left side list. This will update the pricing info for that item and make it ready in the right side area for posting.

The Sell Tab has all the auction creation functionality of the games own Auctions tab with additional enhanced features. This includes the ability to configure the stack size/count, the bid/buyout price, the undercut setting, as well as the auction duration. As soon as an item is loaded into the Posting Panel it will automatically be appraised and all of these settings will be configured to Zygor's best recommendations. The top right column shows the estimated daily Demand for the item, the pricing history over time, and the estimated value of the item based on current market prices. You can also change the settings to calculate based on Unit or Stack.


The bottom portion of the Posting Panel is the Auctions List, which allows you to see all the auctions that are already on the marketplace. The value of items is estimated using the historical high/med/low pricing data. When auctions fall within this range the Posting panel will attempt to undercut the auction at the lowest in-range price point. However, if the auctions are well beyond the normal range in either direction (too low or too high) it will use the historical data to estimate a more accurate value. You can manually click any of the auctions in the list if you would prefer to compete against a different price point than the default selection. If you change your mind and want to revert back to Zygor's recommendation, simply click the "Reset to Est. Value" button.

After you've configured everything to your liking click the orange "Post" button to create an auction. Afterwards, you should see your auction appear in the Auctions List. If you happen to sell your entire stock of an item the Auction Tools will automatically select the next item in the Inventory list. This auto-selection feature, combined with the auto-configuration of prices and auction settings, allows for quick back to back posting, which should drastically reduce the time it takes to list all of your items. Be careful when you do this though as you may want to make tweaks occasionally.