I see a few posts with people being angry at 'wasting their caps and time' traveling to player vendors, only to find out those vendors don't stock what they want. Those posts often suggest that we should have more visibility into player's stock (separating clothing from armor, knowing if they stock legendaries by highlighting their camp on the map…).
Some other posts even go further by telling players what they should and should not sell (including what prices they should charge) so they don't 'waste their time' traveling to said vendors.
I don't mind not knowing what is in people's vendors before getting there, here is why:
1- It encourages people to visit player camps.
2 – If people knew in advance what was there, players with max caps would be robbing all the vendors before you have a chance of getting that occasional good item. Then there would simply be nothing good at all in player vendors, which in my opinion would suck even more.
3 – Knowing whether someone is selling legendaries, you would probably still not find the god-roll legendaries you are looking for, then you would be pissed again either way.
4 – It doesn't cost much to fast-travel to player camps, no one is forcing you to spend your caps 🙂
5 – No one is wasting your time, it's just a game, you're the one that decides how you play it.
6 – Let others store what they want at the price they want, they don't owe you anything, you're not entitled to that. I get it, it is annoying to find items at ridiculous prices, but it's their choice, they play for themselves, not to make it more convenient for you 🙂
7 – Finding rare items for cheap is a privilege and an act of luck, often depending on people not knowing what they should really charge. When I find a super rare outfit or a god roll weapon/armor cheap from a player vendor, I know they're not doing it because they are feeling generous. It is because they don't know the value of the item, and I am therefore exploiting that. It's no something I can take for granted…
Just my thoughts…
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