Can i first make the assembly approve "expensive items and shop" and then "cheaper items at shop" but having the items from the first bill, cuz i got the bill for expensive items but once i got the bill for cheaper, i only get cheaper items but from the initial equipment and not the one from the "expensive" bill
sorry for any grammar or misspelling, im not english native
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You seem to misunderstand the bills. The bills themselves do not raise or lower the price of items, they simply make more costly ones available to you.
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more expensive stuff and cheaper stuff changes the inventory sold in the shops.
The bills affect the shop level, which is the level of items the shop can sell.
Check the record guy (male cleric) near the dark assembly entrance. He can present you with lists of weapons along with their rank, which goes from 1 to 40.
Iirc: Shop level +1 is the minimum rank of the items available in the shop.
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so the bills arent stockable???
having a cheap stuff bill, then a more expensive bill, thus making the expensive and powerful items more cheap
Lufia IV: Dual Souls
You still don't seem to understand. More expensive weapons increases the shop rank, which is the difference between buying a Common Sword or an Amano-Hahakiri. Cheaper items decreases that shop rank. Contrast to stacking with each-other, the two bills cancel each-other.
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the more expensive the thing
the better it is
so if you can buy an expensive thing
that means you can buy a good thing
if you cannot buy an expensive thing
that means you cannot buy a good thing
The bills are worded weirdly I'd say. More expensive items really should be "Increase shop rank" and cheaper items should be "decrease shop rank"
Neither one actually affects the price of items.
The bills are worded weirdly I'd say. More expensive items really should be "Increase shop rank" and cheaper items should be "decrease shop rank
Neither one actually affects the price of items. "
Yes they do... higher ranked items are more expensive... so by making the higher ones available, you've increased the item prices.
Not of the same item, but the prices have gone up.
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It means, More / Expensive Items, not More Expensive / Items.
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