Standard Information Oct 4, 2012 6:03:34 GMT -8
Post by King on Oct 4, 2012 6:03:34 GMT -8
So, you're a little badass and got yourself a gift you don't feel like giving back to your village? Well, you've come to the right place. Some people like to call us the Black Market, but we prefer to say wealthy investors and buyers who simply don't agree with a majority of the lawful policies issued by the militant villages of the world.
Who cares if it was a shinobi with a kekkei genkai from their village? How does that entitle them to the dirty little secrets the body-- a body you've taken the time to hunt, kill, and "dispose" of --might be carrying? Who are they to say that we, civilians with the cash and influence, aren't eligible to pay for your services?
Personally, I like to call it free enterprise. The villages are just tryin' to get a monopoly on the market, y'know? Well, that doesn't matter. If you're here, we clearly feel the same way about it all; chances are, I'm just tellin' you everything you already know.
Welcome aboard, champ.
1. Using the Black Market as a method of gain if you're a shinobi in "good standing" (i.e you're not missing) obviously has it's perks, but also has its drawbacks. Each time a shinobi in good standing makes a sale or purchase on the black market, they have a 25% chance of being "detected" by spies situated inside the syndicate.
If detected, that shinobi will be immediately "flagged" and considered as a missing shinobi. While this will not effect any threads they are currently in, their next thread will be immediately effected by the status change.
2. Items sold on the Black Market can be purchased by any player character for double the sale amount and used as they see fit.
3. All sales on the Black Market are final. Likewise, items bought on the Black Market cannot be sold on any other market by the same player. This means if you buy something from here, it's yours until you die.