The Bazaar, also known as Skull Island Bazaar, is located in Skull Island, next to the Kraken Skulls Tavern. It is a place where many players from across the Spiral can gather to buy and sell items. Harvey Deuce, a merchant, owns the bazaar. The Bazaar contains the entrance to the Skull Island Black Market.
The Merchants Edit
As of July 2016, there are two merchants in the bazaar to whom players can interact - Harvey Deuce and Major Flagstaff.
Harvey Deuce runs the transactions of the bazaar. Players can interact to him to view the current items in the bazaar and to buy those items or sell their own items. Gold is the only currency that is used here.
Major Flagstaff, a flag officer, allows the players to change the color and logo of their flag. He charges 100 crowns for each transaction.
Buying and Selling Edit
Players can buy items from the bazaar or sell their own items in the bazaar, using gold as the currency. Players can sell their items from their backpack or from their bank. Items marked "No auction" cannot be sold in the bazaar. Any item sold by a player stays in the bazaar till it is bought by another player.
The cost price of a purchasable item and the selling price of a particular item depends on the number of copies of that items present in the bazaar at the time of the transaction. If the number of copies is less (that is, if the item is rare), the cost price and selling price of that item will be more. If the number of copies is more (that is, if the item is common), the cost price and selling price of that item will be less. The maximum number of copies of an item in the bazaar is 9,999. The minimum number of copies of an item in the bazaar is 1 (or 0 if the item is not present).
Thus, the cost price or the selling price of an item is least if the number of copies of that item is 9,999 and the cost price or selling price of an item is most if the number of copies of that item is 1 or 0.
An item in the bazaar is said to be 'rare' if the number of copies of that item is usually closer to 0. Similarly, an item is said to be 'common' if the number of copies of that item is usually closer to 9,999.