Krizan will then log on again before intending to bed to put up more auctions.
It was so convoluted and difficult to search with unless you really knew what was going on.
The nature of Diablo II is that of a ridiculous number of worthless items and a small percentage of valuable ones. As pointed out by Antoni, write he wouldn’t need it any other way, Antoni’s time selling on the auction house wasn’t profitable enough to replace work. Usually, making dollarsign 40- dollarsign 50 a week was probably the cap for most people. Considering the above said. He was willing to sit there and win a bunch of bids. You’re doing better than me.’ quite a few of that was just his persistence.
Obviously, I was making more from helping people because of the sheer number, he told me. There was one guy, however, who made more on the auction house than Antoni himself.
I’m almost sure I was laughing I’m like, ‘You gonna be teaching these guides. While purchasing his guide and spending time on the forums, Kevin Krizan followed Antoni’s tips for auction house success. Early on there was a peak period, said Antoni. The auction house also reflected both Diablo II’s early success and its subsequent decline. We had a bunch of problems with launch, and that hurt it. Any time you had an influx of new players or people coming back to the game, he told me, To be honest I had a really easy time selling low level stuff. Antoni used these renewed periods of interest to sell the kind of items Blizzard never expected to feature on the auction house. For a game built around collecting bigger and better gear, Diablo II’s auction house was a huge deal. Ok, and now one of the most important parts. He decided he’d try making some money, when he heard about the Diablo II real money auction house.
There were multiple people emailing me doing identical, he said.
Antoni was making a perfect thousand dollars a month on the RMAH at its peak and even more from selling guides and running a forum that helped others do likewise. Having invested some initial time in learning the game, and what was and wasn’t valuable, Antoni hereafter spent about 30 minutes a day looking for stuff to buy and flip for profit.