I got one of my best friends to join flight rising last welcome week, they’re a really great person who can’t seem to say no to people.
They scavenged an egg some time last month, and out popped a gorgeous XYY with popular colours, newbie friend was really excited about it. I went on a weekend trip, and by the time I came back someone had convinced her to sell it for 5% of its actually worth, and now I see them selling it at a 500% markup. Newbie friend had no clue what it was worth.
Now a couple of weeks have passed and I haven’t done anything, but I keep on seeing amazing double g1 hatchlings appearing in the same persons lair every few days or so, so I’m assuming they buy Gen ones cheap from newbies and resell them :P
This person’s UN begins with L, and they are well known for their gorgeous XXY obsidian maize and monochrome g1 lair. Please don’t support this person by buying their g1’s as they were probably all scammed from newbies.
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OP of the gen one selling problem post here. Thanks for all your comments!
To answer a few of your questions, no she hasn’t been bred, she has matching lightning eyes, and she does have lore and an art piece in her bio. She isn’t a double or triple, but her colors all look very nice imo since they’re all similar shades of blue. Just no exact matches.
I can lower the price on her I guess, but with all the genes and the art for her, her 950g is already super low and I’d be losing a ton of money, y'know? Glimmer and the art wasn’t exactly cheap. Dropping it down to 700g wouldn’t even cover the cost of her art piece, let alone the lore and genes.
Idk guys. Maybe I’ll take the loss and do that. This sucks. But anyways, thanks again for your suggestions and tips!
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