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30th Nov '16 1:33:42 AM bowserbros
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* In ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', when guiding Jeff out of Winters to join Ness's party, you'll notice that the store outside of the Snow Wood Boarding School sells the T-Rex's Bat, Non-Stick Frying Pan, and Coin of Silence at insanely high prices, yet you don't have access to the ATM (since Jeff doesn't own an ATM card). These items are the T-Rex's Bat at $698, the Non-Stick Frying Pan at $1490, and the Coin of Silence at $2800. Granted, it ''is'' possible to grind money by selling the food items dropped from enemies outside the store, but the selling prices for them are abysmally low, only going up to $6 at most.

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* In ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', when guiding Jeff out of Winters to join Ness's party, you'll notice that the store outside of the Snow Wood Boarding School sells the T-Rex's Bat, Non-Stick Frying Pan, and Coin of Silence at insanely high prices, yet you don't have access to the ATM (since Jeff doesn't own an ATM card). These items are the The T-Rex's Bat is priced at $698, the Non-Stick Frying Pan at $1490, and the Coin of Silence at $2800. Granted, it ''is'' possible to grind money by selling the food items dropped from enemies outside the store, but the selling prices for them are abysmally low, only going up to $6 at most.
30th Nov '16 1:32:58 AM bowserbros
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* In ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', when guiding Jeff out of Winters to join Ness's party, you'll notice that the store outside of the Snow Wood Boarding School sells the T-Rex's Bat, Non-Stick Frying Pan, and Coin of Silence at insanely high prices, yet you don't have access to the ATM (since Jeff doesn't own an ATM card). These items are the T-Rex's Bat at $698, the Non-Stick Frying Pan at $1490, and the Coin of Silence at $2800. Granted, it ''is'' possible to grind money by selling the food items dropped from enemies outside the store, but the selling prices for them are abysmally low, only going up to $6 at most.
5th Sep '16 7:17:17 PM ZerroDefex
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** Some of these items also disappear for a while and reappear later in each vendor's inventory, making it frustrating when you come back later and it's somehow no longer in stock.
23rd Aug '16 1:56:26 AM Psychadelico
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* In the early RatchetAndClank games, the [[InfinityPlusOneSword R.Y.N.O.]] was almost always introduced on a relatively early planet, and always costed an obscene amount of [[UniversalCurrency bolts]]. Later games averted this entirely.
9th Mar '16 5:22:13 AM AnthonyMercer
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* Inverted in all the main series ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games. Even if you have the money to do so, shops refuse to sell you the higher level Poke Balls and healing items until you've advanced the plot and obtained sufficient Gym Badges.

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* Inverted in all the main series newer ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games. Even if you have the money to do so, shops refuse to sell you the higher level Poke Balls and healing items until you've advanced the plot and obtained sufficient Gym Badges.
24th Feb '16 4:03:13 PM corneredbadger
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* In ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a [[DiscOneNuke Disk one Nuke]] since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a [[DiscOneNuke Disk one Nuke]] since it fires the very common 5.45 round while dealing damage on par with end game weapons, prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.
24th Feb '16 4:02:11 PM corneredbadger
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* In ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a [[Disc One Nuke]] since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a [[Disc One [[DiscOneNuke Disk one Nuke]] since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.
24th Feb '16 3:56:34 PM corneredbadger
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* In ''VideoGame/STALKER'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a [[DiscOneNuke in the first chapter]].[[/ since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.

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* In ''VideoGame/STALKER'' ''VideoGame/{{STALKER}}'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a [[DiscOneNuke in the first chapter]].[[/ [[Disc One Nuke]] since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.
24th Feb '16 3:55:10 PM corneredbadger
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* In S.T.A.L.K.E.R Shadow of Chernobyl at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20 000 RU. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a disk one nuke since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.

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* In S.T.A.L.K.E.R Shadow of Chernobyl ''VideoGame/STALKER'' at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20 000 RU.20000 RU at a time when having 200RU is an achievement. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a disk one nuke [[DiscOneNuke in the first chapter]].[[/ since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.
24th Feb '16 1:48:13 PM corneredbadger
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* In S.T.A.L.K.E.R Shadow of Chernobyl at the beginning of a new campaign, the "Tunder" 5.45 may be bought from Sidorovich. From the moment the player starts a new game, he will randomly offer the weapon for sale at a price of 20 000 RU. However, the "Tunder" 5.45 will only appear up until the Marked One speaks to Wolf after defeating the Bandits that captured Nimble. The weapon is also a disk one nuke since it fires the very common 5.45 round prompting some players to grind money until they can afford it.
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