Cooked fish vs raw sell price

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Cooked fish vs raw sell price

Post by Garrett » Mon Apr 09, 2012 2:48 am

I did a ton of fishing the other day and cooked up everything using my special blend of eleven herbs and spices then I noticed that my stock of fine fish seemed to be selling for much less than before. I can also see that some changes were made to the market lately. Does cooked fish no longer sell for more than raw fish? I saw this on the market.

------ FISH ------
1. a cooked catfish: 15 riln ... (1 available)
2. a cooked perch: 10 riln ... (1 available)
3. a small orange-striped perch: 10 riln ... (1 available)
4. a cooked salmon: 20 riln ... (2 available)

Notice that a cooked perch is the same price as a raw perch.
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Post by Rias » Mon Apr 09, 2012 10:19 am

Commodities and market prices are still "enjoying" some quirks from a system re-work. Sorry about that. We're working on it.
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