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The reserve bank of transmuting question 5 days 58 minutes ago #1

So did a ton of transmuting at GHC and Origins now...my curiousity is what happens to the transmuted items. For example I trade in 25 uncommon weapons...

Are they recirculated? How?

Other than the replacement tokens(like CoA) are any destroyed?

The answers to this create fundamental choices on transmuting for me.
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The reserve bank of transmuting question 5 days 27 minutes ago #2

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Some are destroyed. Some we believe are used to make the treasure pool since we have been asked to separate and label the current year in the past, but I don’t believe TD has actually confirmed this. Eventually those are even destroyed as they are only good for a year.
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The reserve bank of transmuting question 5 days 18 minutes ago #3

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I am curious. Why does this “create a fundamental choice” for you?
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The reserve bank of transmuting question 4 days 23 hours ago #4

Harlax wrote: I am curious. Why does this “create a fundamental choice” for you?


One might assume.there are tokens he would rather keep than receive as treasure again.
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The reserve bank of transmuting question 4 days 23 hours ago #5

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In the past some have been recycled for use in props. For example several years ago there was a dragon sitting on a rather large token horde. I have also seen bulk commons used for weight bags in hollow pillars and the like. That said the vast majority do (as far as I know) end up in the landfills.
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The reserve bank of transmuting question 4 days 23 hours ago #6

Harlax wrote: I am curious. Why does this “create a fundamental choice” for you?


It determines for me if they should be held or if they grow more and more rare if I burn them. Recycle to the treasure banks...could cause a slew of chips in volume reducing the variety later in the season.

If they are destroyed, it is the same effect as measuring M1 money
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