Not to be confused with Doofus, Dofus is a flash-based tactical turn-oriented massively multiplayer online role-playing game that was actually only planned to be released solely in French, but soon after because of the immense success the game had, it was translated into many other languages. After the game, there was even an animated series made back in 2013! Since the game’s release, the Dofus Kamas shop has been the same ever since. Things have been quiet recently, but if you’re on the lookout for cheaper Dofus Kamas, then you’ve come to the right place.
The charming side of Dofus is its capacity to force us to socialize in order to earn some kamas within the game. New players often ran into different obstacles at the economic level. Mostly the experience of players with the Dofus economy left them very satisfied. However, there are still some people voicing that the economy is in shambled and as in need of improvements. Due to the decline of players in Dofus due to emerging new ones that players are switching onto, there is a large seller’s market and not enough of a buyer’s market.
The eco-system was created and shaped by players from the start. All Ankama (the world of which Dofus is set) gave the players a way to list the items. Unfortunately, there are not enough new players to get the old gear of the high level veterans. Perhaps the problem is stagnation in the Dofus Kamas shop. Since there aren’t a lot of new players coming in to buy the older gear, the items get cheaper and cheaper. So while this is the ideal time to get the cheapest Dofus Kamas, from the sellers’ perspective it’s not necessarily good news.
Dofus players are able to generate revenue easily by killing small mobs and selling their loot to high level craftsmen. It’s useful as well that the game has well organized market, both the players and towns run everything, in which every single item or piece of equipment can be bought and sold by players. Ankama has done an amazing job in making sure that everyone can take part and benefit from being part of the larger economic picture. Small contributions of new players also matter as well to high level players, because basic resources are essential to craft training, and also can be exchange for much desired and expensive characteristic scrolls that add extra bonus statistics to a character. Scrolls are an important part of the game, so this is a big deal.
Every profession has a practical and real use as well. Even a simple job of being a baker has a tremendous financial reward for a player patient enough to spend their time harvesting resources as of course, baking bread, something that is consumed in large quantities in the world of Dofus.
With the economy going up and down, the conversion of Dofus Kamas to USD fluctuates as well. Know when’s the right time to buy and/or sell kamas with the help of our new tool, the market tracker. We made this tool putting into consideration on how to help our users make their lives easier. By showing useful things such as charts and a list of what are the most expensive items are sold in the Dofus community here in PlayerAuctions, we help players become informed on what they’re getting into. For sellers, this is their chance to see when the rates for Kamas will go up again, so that they’ll have the opportunity to have a bigger profit.
Dofus is a hidden gem in today’s clutter of MMO game genre. While loyalists are still here to stay, the economy is taking the toll because of the decline of incoming players. Inflation is prevalent in all MMORPG games’ economies, that much is true. But with our help, you can easily track down the past, present, and future rates on Kamas! This isn’t only applicable to Dofus, but as well as other games like MapleStory, Guild Wars 2, and other popular games.