|AGE OF Conan|
AGE OF Conan (AoC) is a barbaric fantasy-themed Massively Multi-player Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) developed by Funcom. The game brings players to experience live violence from the Hyborian age, a fantasy setting created by Robert E Howard. Amidst the chaotic blood-bath surroundings.
There is a civilised system of commerce and currency in the AGE OF Conan. Players in Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures, bargain for goods and services using pieces of AGE OF Conan gold, silver, copper and tin as their medium of trade. As players struggle to become the legend of the Hyborian age, the wealth in AGE OF Conan gold is not a factor to be neglected.
Even though the Hyborian age is the age of chaos and disorder. Players still cannot obtain everything they want through a mindless slaughtering alone. This is where age of Conan gold comes to its part. Four types of currencies are used in Age of Conan - gold, silver, copper, and tin. A 100-unit of the lesser currency is added up to one unit of the higher type.
Players spend Age Of Conan gold as a medium of trade to purchase their desired pieces of weapons and equipments or necessary hunting supplies. They can earn Age of Conan gold through various options from fulfilling Non-Player Character (NPC) or perhaps other player requests to hunting a careless adventurer for valuables. With some good amount of Age of Conan gold as a starting fund, players can pick up a trade skill and combine useless raw materials into something other players want to pay for. They, then, sell these products directly to other players in exchange of Age of Conan gold or place them on the tradeposts and wait until these are sold.
Players of this game are always in need of AoC gold to purchase better pieces of equipments. Most people, who can afford spending their time in game, can try and earn gold by themselves while the rest seek to buy Age of Conan gold over the internet. Although Funcom will do anything to prevent gold sellers from obtaining and distributing precious Age of Conan gold to these deep-pocket players.