What other factors need to be accounted for in price identification? My character with 10 Charisma just bought a potion priced at 444, thinking it had to be one of the most expensive tier, and hoping for gain level. It turned out to be an uncursed potion of oil, which is listed on this wiki with a base price of 250. That should have cost (250 x 1.33) = 333, so there must have been some other modifier operating. (I know I wasn't hungry, so it wasn't subject to the hunger tax for food items.) -- 06:12, 15 March 2009 (UTC)

-- It's the random 33% markup, tied to object id when buying. Tjr 16:10, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

Why does my scroll of gold detection cost 199? The base price plus my Cha modifier should total to 150. Even considering the aforementioned 33% bonus, that should bring it to 200. And it's not like 150/3 (in the source) would return 49... Subservient Salamander (talk) 22:00, September 28, 2013 (UTC)

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