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My hammer business of Seal online game

I was a craftsman in the game. I like this character very much. I can make some items in the game. I can use it to sell to make seal cegel or fight with some one also. In fact I like handcraft in the real life. So I often made many items in the game. I spent much money on the game, including some of my living fee.


When I thought my weapon was not very good. I would refine it to make it more powerful. One time I make a hammer. It was very powerful. I used it to protect me from the dangerous creatures. If I bought it from others I had to spend much sealonline cegel on it.

One time I walked near the castle. There were many characters. Suddenly one character ran toward me to ask about my hammer. He wanted to buy it. He asked how much I would be cost. I laughed and said, it cost me long time to refine and some seal online cegel, it must be very expensive. He just wanted to get the hammer. He asked me to tell how much I can sell it. I said at least 30 USD. He said no matter. He would buy it if I could sell it. I thought a moment. I can make some money from selling the hammer, and I was more than I spend on it.

At last I told him I can sell the hammer to him. He was so excited. Then we went the market place. I made a store. I asked him to buy the hammer at once. He said ok. Then just a moment he gave me the gold. It was not very expensive for him. He said he bought a hammer with cheap seal cegel. He was right. I did not sell it in high price. I was just a game player. I was not a business man of the game. I just wanted to get the money I spent on it back. That was ok for me. He said I was a kind people.

After the trade, I had to use my wrench. It was not very good. I had to refine it. I need to use it to protect me without the hammer. The money I made from the hammer which I can use it for sometime. It was no need to buy seal online cegel. Then I have enough time to refine my wrench.

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