Making money by salvage in the Tales of Pirates

I usually felt sad when I had no Tales of Pirates gold. I had to wait long time for the gold when I product the gold. I knew an easy way to get it not time before. It was salvage. I need a ship with mechanical hand. I had to stop the ship in the sand city. I never took money when I was here. It was easy to make money. There are many coordinates of the salvage place. In fact I got these coordinate from one of my friends. I was so appreciated. I could not know how to salvage without the coordinate. I would never make Tales of Pirates money of course. It was better to go the two places 852, 3816 and 967, 3862. They are near the city. I went there most of the time. I could come back after the salvage.


In fact I had to be careful when I was busy salvaging. The ship would sank when the game updating. I lost the item usually. I had asked the game manager what I can get from the salvage. He told me just 3 items I can get, including the super china, super silk and crystal statue. I did not pick the super china when I saw it. The trader did not buy it in the city. I could sell the super silk and the statue in the city, so I usually picked them. I could make much gold every time after salvage. I had no need to buy Tales of Pirates Gold with my money. I had saved much money after I knew the way to make money.

In fact I usually took the super china to the other city to sell when I had much. It is cheap usually. I sold it out in low price. I did not want to spend much energy to sell it with cheap Tales of Pirates gold. I had got some skill in the salvage after long time. Every time I used the skill when I reached the place where the ship sank. After the ship disappeared I went on picking up the items. I could pick fewer items by this way.

I tried other way to pick up the items today. I thought this way was better. It was fastest. I salvaged sank ship with skill then I stopped. I picked up the items if there were some items appeared, or I would continue to salvage. I can got much more items by this way in the same time.

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