The Auction House is a easy way to buy and sell items. With multiple search parameters, it’s easier that ever to find a specific item in a sea of listings.
This is a basic guide that will show you how to use the Auction House in MapleStory.
Accessing the Auction House
Click on the quick move (example), below the mini-map. and choose the Maple Auction icon.
Alternatively, you can click on the Settings Menu on the bottom of the main UI and select ‘Go to Maple Auction.
Note: You can only access the Maple Auction House when you are in a town.
Searching for Items
The initial page will show all the latest items listed. You can hover over the icons to check the stats of the items compared to your own. To quickly search for the items that you want, you can type in the names in the top left hand corner’s search bar.
When you’ve found the perfect item, click on it and a ‘buy’ button will appear on the bottom right of the screen.
Enter the quantity and confirm your purchase.
Click the Transactions tab to collect your item.
Click the ‘collect’ button and confirm to claim your purchased item.
Listing Items for Sale
By paying a small fee, players can list almost any item for sale in the Auction House.
First, click the ‘Sell’ tab on top of the window. Then drag and drop your item of choice in to the box on the right hand corner.
Type in the price you intend to sell the item at and click ‘List Item’. Note: There is a 2,000 meso + 5% of selling price fee when you make a sale.
Your item is now listed for sale! To cancel the listing, click on the ‘x’ button on the right hand side of the item listing.
Claiming Mesos and Unsold Items
Click on the Transaction Tab on the top right hand corner of the window. If you have items that were unsold after the 24/48 hour period, they will be listed here for collection. Just click the ‘collect’ button. You can also click the ‘Get All’ button to claim all your mesos and items.
Note: Make sure you have enough room in your inventory!
You can filter the transactions by selecting the options on the top of the Transactions list.
I hope this has been a useful guide. If I’ve missed out anything please let me know in the comments section below. Happy auctioning!