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I have been on a desperate search for images of both completed Ships and Ship Parts for about a month now. If anyone can find images of these, please load them to this page.
I'm too lazy to test it out, but I'm pretty sure I'm right; the sale value of all ship parts in PH is variable, isn't it? (except the Golden Ship?) just like the Treasures. --Adam 15:12, 5 January 2008 (EST)
It can hardly be called lazy that you don't feel like testing it out, as it takes quite some time before you can go selling stuff. I believe it indeed is random, but I'm not sure either. I also can't find any confirmation on internet (unless you'd take the lack of any mentioning of the prices of ship parts as evidence that it indeed is random). Well, if we want to be certain though, we could post the ship part prices of our save files and compare them. I 'll see if I can post mine (two save files) today. IfIHaveTo 06:09, 6 January 2008 (EST)
- I'll start this off with the text entered by Captain Benny on the article Teller of Treasures, which I've moved in it's entirety here. Can we agree that there is always one standard price for the parts from each set (i.e all of the parts of the Vintage Ship sell for the same price, for example)? If so, could we maybe use a small table to show the 8 saleable ship-part sets and the 8 treasures, and let us easily compare prices to determine what differences there are? --Adam 02:23, 10 January 2008 (EST)
- OK. in answer to my own question, yes all parts in the same Set of ship parts have the same sale value at the Teller of Treasures. With that in mind, I've created two tables below, one for the ship sets and one for the treasures. I've entered Captain Benny's values and my own, and the results are quite interesting. It seems that the sale value is entirely variable; however, by giving a total of the sale values, you can see that it comes out the same for both treasures and parts!
- If you want to contribute by entering you (complete) set of values, just make sure that in your game you've found one of every treasure, and a part from every ship part set, then pick a column (e.g UserA) and replace every instance of "User A" with your sale value. --Adam 16:01, 12 January 2008 (EST)
|Set||Captain Benny||Adam Game 1||Adam Game 2||UserA||UserB||UserC||UserD|
|Item||Captain Benny||Adam Game 1||Adam Game 2||UserA||UserB||UserC||UserD|
|Dark Pearl Loop||50||800||800||UserA||UserB||UserC||UserD|
*Assuming that I ever find a Regal Ring, and that it's sale value is 1500...
I have all of the images of the ships...well, I've had them for quite a while, actually, I was just too lazy to upload them. :P I just need to remove the background and they're ready to go. I don't think I have the time (or patience) to remove the backgrounds out of them, so if someone wants to do it for me, then I'll upload them to imageshack or something and let someone do the work haha. Dany36 17:04, 27 August 2010 (EDT)
- Well, I went ahead and removed the backgrounds of the images, and right now I'm trying to get better images of all the ships parts since the ones we have right now aren't that great. I'm about halfway done, so hopefully I'll get them uploaded by the end of this week. Also, if someone could put the images I uploaded would be great...if not I guess I'll get to them later... :P Gotta go now! Dany36 10:45, 30 August 2010 (EDT)