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When trading jewels or Rainbow Facets, provide the color

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When trading jewels or Rainbow Facets, you should take a picture of the jewel or list what color the jewel icon is. Jewels and Facets have random icon colors, they can be peach, pink, w/hite, green, blue, and red.

Some people (including me) care if their jewel colors coordinate in items, or that the jewel color feels appropriate for the effect the jewel has. You may get better offers if you have, for example, a w/hite or blue cold Rainbow Facet (yes really). It's in your best interest to post the color.

(Brought to you by a frustrating two days of asking what color jewels are in trades)

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When trading jewels or Rainbow Facets, you should take a picture of the jewel or list what color the jewel icon is. Jewels and Facets have random icon colors, they can be peach, pink, w/hite, green, blue, and red.

Some people (including me) care if their jewel colors coordinate in items, or that the jewel color feels appropriate for the effect the jewel has. You may get better offers if you have, for example, a w/hite or blue cold Rainbow Facet (yes really). It's in your best interest to post the color.

(Brought to you by a frustrating two days of asking what color jewels are in trades)

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Karen, you misspelled your name.
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Banking on an OCD collector looking for some silly shit no one else is going to see seems pretty silly; I get it, such a thing would have been convinent for you but it really isn't something that will be pertinent to anyone else.
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This rule also applies to other jewellery and charms (of course, if you trade with someone with OCD).

Here are some charts with graphics names:
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(Of course, gems and helms differ in properties rather than only graphics; IDK why are they listed there.)
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I get it but its such a minute community. There would be like 1 in every 1000 members who would use the feature to search filters by random how I feel tags.
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My first reaction is, who cares about the color? It does nothing. That’s just my opinion. However, the customer is always right. If the buying experience is better by showing the color, it’s a simple step.
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My first reaction was the same.....

Then I thought about all those millions of dollars of V-bucks spent on skins and dances.
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Honestly, I think you're all underestimating just how many people care about this.

Given, for interim jewels not so much. But once you get to perfect rolls, a LOT of people (myself included) hunt for and pay extra for specific colors on top of that perfect roll.
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Seen a few WTBs where people looked for specific skins of charms and jewels.
Those people do exist.
I for one don't care, so guess I take a look on jewels and spare color-element-matching ones for trades :D.

Prices are negotiable :)
Please DO NOT add me, before I accepted a trade or without comment, thanks! :)
Offers via pm will be ignored.
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Karew wrote: 7 months ago
When trading jewels or Rainbow Facets, you should take a picture of the jewel or list what color the jewel icon is. Jewels and Facets have random icon colors, they can be peach, pink, w/hite, green, blue, and red.

Some people (including me) care if their jewel colors coordinate in items, or that the jewel color feels appropriate for the effect the jewel has. You may get better offers if you have, for example, a w/hite or blue cold Rainbow Facet (yes really). It's in your best interest to post the color.

(Brought to you by a frustrating two days of asking what color jewels are in trades)

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It's true, I looked for all White facets in my necro. Except his 4s
Monarch
has greens.

Xbox GT: Cinomed541 add me if you need someone to play with.
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basicdad wrote: 4 months ago
My first reaction is, who cares about the color? It does nothing. That’s just my opinion. However, the customer is always right. If the buying experience is better by showing the color, it’s a simple step.
it's the same for "almost perfect" items and perfect items. It doesn't make any difference, still a +/-1 can more than double the price.

Trollwut#2511
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The only one I've ever taken issue with is the "
Crown
" or "Eturn" ring. It's always looked like a grasshopper head to me.

Otherwise, pink poison rainbow facets all day!

Counteroffers are always welcome
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Not sure it matters--the color works fine, I suppose, but you can also refer to them by their corresponding gem. I suspect this may not be super common because 1.) people don't realize they all correspond to a gem, and 2.) the
Diamond
and
Topaz
equivalents have slightly modified colors (and
Amethyst
, a lil bit?), but thought I'd point it out.

And, while I understand not understanding the desire for a different color, consider how much a JMOD costs. Wouldn't you want everything about it to be perfect? Silly, sure, but so is buying a JMOD. If you're going to do it, do it all the way!

P.S. - if you ARE doing a JMOD, the only acceptable way to do it is yellow-yellow-White-White. Duh. The shield tells you what colors it wants (and that order puts them in the correct place on the shield).
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