Player run pricing group

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Player run pricing group voting

Poll ended at 05 Sep 2020, 18:32

Doges12345
3
11%
Tiberaus
3
11%
ThinkTrident
4
15%
ACommence
10
37%
Munchkinnibbler
7
26%
Puppygirlz
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 27
Doges12345
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Please vote for two candidates that you would want to suggest prices for some items and if you are a candidate please dont vote for yourself.
Last edited by Doges12345 on 05 Sep 2020, 18:14, edited 4 times in total.
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I would say workshop or grouo is probably a more appropriate name for this, instead of committee.

Using the word committee connotates some official connection with BH, and that you are acting in some semi-official capacity. This proposed group will have no power whatsoever and we need to make sure this is communicated to everyone at alls.
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Good day all!I have a topic to speak about today.
Me and my fellow helpers as the pricing group have been steadily working on a list of reasonable price ranges for most items in diamonds.So without further ado,here's the list.
Diamonds - Rhines: 750-1000 Rhines Per Diamond

Food:
Golden Carrots: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Steak: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond

Gear:
Fully Enchanted Bows: 1 per 3-4 Diamonds
Elytra: 1 Elytra per 28-36 Diamond Blocks
God Netherite:
1 Gear Piece per 23-26 Diamonds
Horse Armour:
Diamond: 1 per 3 Diamonds
Gold: 5-10 per Diamond
Iron: 10-15
Leather: 4 per Diamond
Potions: 16-32 per Diamond
Tridents:
Clean Trident: 1 Trident per 2-3 Diamonds
Loyalty & Channelling: 1 Trident per 7-9 Diamonds
Riptide: 1 Trident per 6-8 Diamonds
Turtle Helmet: 1 Helmet per 2-5 Diamonds

General Blocks:
Andesite: 7-10 Stacks per Diamond
Basalt: 5-8 stacks per Diamond
Normal: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Polished: 3-4 Stacks per Diamond
Blackstone: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Bone Blocks: 48-64 per Diamond
Brick Blocks: 32-64 per Diamond
Clay Blocks: 32-48 per Diamond
Cobblestone: 8-11 Stacks per Diamond
Concrete:
Concrete Blocks: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Concrete Powder: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Crying Obsidian: 6-10 per Diamond
Diorite: 7-10 Stacks per Diamond
End Stone: 3-5 Stacks per Diamond
End Stone Bricks: 3-4 Stacks per Diamond
Glass Blocks: 2-3 Stacks of Any Type per Diamond
Gravel: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Ice:
Blue Ice: 32-46 Blocks per Diamond
Packed Ice: 2-2.5 Stacks per Diamond
Magma Blocks: 2.5-3 Stacks per Diamond
Mossy Cobblestone: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Nether Bricks:
Red Nether Bricks: 16-32 Blocks per Diamond
Regular Nether Bricks: 32-64 Blocks per Diamond
Nylium:
Crimson Nylium: 32-48 per Diamond
Warped Nylium: 32-48 per Diamond
Obsidian: 32-48 per Diamond
Prismarine:
Dark Prismarine Blocks: 32-48 Blocks per Diamond
Prismarine Blocks: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Prismarine Bricks: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Purpur Blocks: 1-1.5 of Any Type per Diamond
Red Sand: 3-5 Stacks per Diamond
Sand: 4-6 Stacks per Diamond
Smooth Stone Blocks: 4-6 Stacks per Diamond
Snow Blocks: 1.5-2 Stacks per Diamond
Soul Sand: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Soul Soil: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Stem:
Crimson Stem: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Warped Stem: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Stone: 8-11 Stacks per Diamond
Stone Bricks: 3-4 Stacks per Diamond
Terracotta: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
TNT: 16-32 Blocks per Diamond
Vines: 32-48 per diamond
Regular Vines: 1 Stack per Diamond
Twisting Vines: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Weeping Vines: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Wart Blocks:
Nether Wart Blocks: 64-92 per diamond
Warped Wart Blocks: 64-92 per diamond
Wood: 48-64 Logs per Diamond
Wool: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond

General Items:
Banner Patterns:
Snout: 1 per 7-12 Diamond Blocks
Creeper: 1 per 2-3 Diamonds
Flower: 1 per 2-3 Diamonds
Globe: 1 per 2-3 Diamonds
Mojang Logo: 1 per 32-36 Diamond Blocks
Skeleton: 1 per 2-3 Diamonds
Snout: 1 per 3-5 Diamond Blocks
Bricks: 32-48 per Diamond
Clay: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Dyes: 2-3 Stacks per Diamond
Feather: 16-32 per Diamond
Fish in Buckets: 2-3 Fish in Buckets per Diamond
Leather: 32-48 per Diamond
Music Discs:
Pigstep: 12-18 Diamond Blocks per Pigstep
Regular: 1 Disc per 1-3 Diamonds
Rockets:
FD1: 3-4 Stacks per Diamond
FD2: 2-2.5 Stacks per Diamond
FD3: 1 Stack per Diamond
Scute: 1 per 1-2 Diamonds
Turtle Eggs: 1 Turtle Egg per 1-2 Diamonds

Harvestable Produce:
Cactus: 2.5 Stacks per Diamond
Pumpkins: 3 Stacks per Diamond
Melon Blocks: 2 Stacks per Diamond
Haybales: 32-48 Haybales per Diamond

Kits:
Beacon Kits: 4-6 Diamond Blocks per kit
Zombie Villager Curing Kits: 2-3 kits per diamond

Lighting:
Campfires: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
End Rods: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Glowstone: 32-64 per Diamond
Lanterns: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Sea Lanterns: 32-48 per Diamond
Shroomlight: 32-48 per Diamond
Soul Lighting:
Soul Campfires: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Soul Lanterns: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Soul Torches: 1.5-2 Stacks per Diamond

Miscellaneous Blocks and Items:
Bookshelves: 32-48 per Diamond
Cake:
Enchanting Tables: 1 Table per 2 Diamonds
Ender Chests: 2-4 Echests per Diamond
Flowers:
Mushrooms:
Stem Blocks: 16-32 per Diamond
Brown Mushrooms: 16-32 per Diamond
Brown Mushroom Blocks: 16-32 per Diamond
Red Mushrooms: 16-32 per Diamond
Red Mushroom Blocks: 16-32 per Diamond
Sponges: 2-4 Diamonds per Sponge

Mob Drops:
Blaze Rods: 1-2 Stacks per Diamond
Gun Powder: 3-5 Stacks per Diamond
Spider Eyes: 32-64 per Diamond

Ores:
Coal Ore: 1 Stack per Diamond
Diamond Ore: 1 per 3-4 Diamonds
Emerald Ore: 1 per Diamond
Gold:
Nether Gold Ore: 10 per Diamond
Regular Gold Ore: 8 per Diamond
Iron Ore: 2 Stacks and 56 per Diamond
Lapis Ore: 16-32 per Diamond
Quartz Ore: 16-48 per Diamond
Redstone Ore: 32-48 per Diamond
Potions:
Any Potion: 1 Bottle per 1 Iron Ingot / 32 Rhines (until Stackable Potions)

Potion Brewing Items:
Dragon’s Breath: 16-32 Bottles per Diamond
Fermented Spider Eyes:
Ghast Tears: 32-48 per Diamond
Glistening Melon: 1-2 stacks per Diamond
Magma Cream: 1.5-2 Stacks per Diamond
Pufferfish: 4-6 per Diamond
Rabbit Foot: 3-5 per Diamond

Precious Items/Blocks:
Beacons: 1 Beacon per 16-20 Diamonds
Coal: 16-20 Blocks per Diamond
Conduits: 1 Conduit per 7-9 Dia Blocks
Coral:
Coral Blocks: 16-32 blocks per diamond
Coral Fan: 32-48 per diamond
Normal Coral: 16-48 per diamond
Emerald: 16-32 Blocks per Diamond
Enchanted Golden Apple: 1 per 37-44 Diamond Blocks
Gold: 4-6 Blocks per Diamond
Golden apple: 4-6 Per Diamond
Heart Of The Sea: 1 per 7-8 Diamond Blocks
Iron: 16 – 25 Blocks per Diamond
Mob Heads:
Creeper: 1 Per 1-2 Diamonds
Dragon: 1 Per 1-2 Diamond Blocks
Skeleton: 1 Per 1-2 Diamonds
Wither Skeleton: 1 per 2-3 Diamonds
Zombie: 1 per 1-2 Diamond
Nautilus Shell: 1 per 1-2 Diamonds
Netherite:
1 Debris per 3-4 Diamonds
1 Ingot per 12-16 Diamonds
1 Block Per 12-16 Diamonds Blocks
Quartz:
Blocks: 12-16 Blocks per Diamond

Chilled Blocks:
Item: 1.5-2 Stacks per Diamond
Pillar Blocks: 32-48 per diamond
Redstone: 16-20 Blocks per Diamond
Shulker Boxes :
Shulker Shells: 1 Shell per 5-7 Diamonds
Shulker Boxes: 1 Box per 10-15 Diamonds
Totems: 1 per 2-3 Diamonds

Redstone Components:
Comparators: 16-24 per Diamond
Dispensers: 10-16 per Diamond
Droppers: 24-32 per Diamond
Honey Blocks: 32-64 per Diamond
Hoppers: 16-32 per Diamond
Note Blocks: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond
Observers: 16-24 per Diamond
Pistons:
Regular Pistons: 16-24 per Diamond
Sticky Pistons: 10-24 per Diamond
Redstone Blocks: 16-20 Blocks per Diamond
Repeaters: 24-32 per Diamond
Slime Blocks: 1-1.5 Stacks per Diamond

Services and Miscellaneous Goods:
Banner Making: 3-6 Custom Banners Made per Diamond
Map Art: 1 Map of Map Art per 3-5 Diamond Blocks
Services: In general, services should charge between 1-3 diamonds as a minimum reservation fee for their services. Then they can charge whatever price for the job that the customer is happy with.

As you see above,me and my fellow helpers Munchkin and Trident have been steadily working on a list of item price ranges that would be easy to stand by without making any loss or being too expensive.We wanted to share this list among you all and see what you would like to say about it and whether you would or would not support standing by that list.I am stating that I will also not be roughly enforcing these prices onto players,I would like the players themselves to have the decision of following them,but it is suggested we stick by a good range to avoid any business interferences.And we chose to give ranges rather than solid prices as to not let early game players worry too much about shortage of supply or not making enough profit.We are happily accepting any opinions or suggestions here.Thank you for your time and again,thank you for choosing to vote ACommence!

EDIT : Elytra Added
EDIT2 : Crying obsidian price adjustment
Added Misc Item [Sponge]
Quartz Pillar price adjustment
EDIT3 : Netherite gear price adjustment
Smooth Stone price adjustment
Soul sand/soil price adjustments
Added Bookshelf
Coal price adjustment
Quartz Ore price adjustment
EDIT4 :
Added Conduit
Added Nautilus shell
Added Heart Of The Sea
EDIT5 :
Added Brick Blocks
Added terracotta
Added stone bricks
Added Turtle Egg
New category: Kits
Added Beacon kit
Added cure kit
Added Coral
EDIT6:
Added Golden Apple
Added Enchanted Golden Apple
EDIT7:
Complete list overhaul
We suggest re-reading the list as some prices have been tweaked
We apologise for the delay in editing as we were having to majorly change many prices.

Thank you for your patience,and thank you for keeping up with our recommendations.
Last edited by ACommence on 09 Oct 2020, 16:38, edited 18 times in total.
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I like these prices and they sound fair. But what about Elytra. And I would like to become a supporting member of this group.
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Thank you for reminding me of elytra!Also,the group is a fixed amount of 3 players including myself as lead,but I promise that nobody will feel left out of the group as all players will have a big say in all what we decide on.
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Oof I mean't I will stand by the list. That's what I mean't by supporting it. Also, will there map art for players shops that show they support it?

Thanks!
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iron621 wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 00:10
Also, will there map art for players shops that show they support it?
There will indeed be map art for shops that support the pricing guidelines. We are currently developing a map design to best represent the guidelines.
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I think you underestimated the price for crying obsidian. It's not an easy block to get in large quantities, even if you have a gold farm (I do it myself and sell it at 16 for 3000R, or 16 at 3 dia going for my conversion rate of 1dia:1000R and am having a hard time keeping stock with them). Also the ely price is too high i think, seen as 200k rhines is equivalent to roughly 22 diamond blocks.

Maybe it's a good idea to just put the rhine prices next to it too. This would help me a lot too, since I do it all in rhines and converting it from the top of my head for each item is making me dizzy :P

Another question: why are quartz pillars more expensive than quartz blocks according to you? Most people get both from trading for exactly the same price. Mining for quartz to convert them to blocks later is counterproductive if you want the rhines, since raw quartz is worth more.
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Quick question: Are you classifying a clean trident as having mending and unbreaking, or having no enchantments at all?
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Darklock109 wrote:
07 Sep 2020, 06:58
Quick question: Are you classifying a clean trident as having mending and unbreaking, or having no enchantments at all?
Clean tridents have Impaling V,Mending and Unbreaking III

Also Najyk,I get what you mean but personally I think your price is WAY too high.One pillar of obsidian in the end is about 3 shulkers of it and breaking off 1 strip of that pillar makes about 32 obi.And with haste2,breaking one strip can take about 20 seconds to be done,so as of now,I think the obsidian price will remain as it is
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