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1. Karambit Crimson Web - CSGO $2K
You’d think gamers would want to buy things that would...you know, help them in-game? Especially when playing Counter-Strike, a good gun, some armor, something, anything to help them survive. But oh no, someone dropped 2 grand on a knife.
2. Blue Party Hat - Rune Scape $2.5K
What exactly does this blue party hat do? Not a damn thing, but it costs two and a half grand and it’s one of the rarest items in Rune Scape. Why anyone would buy this is beyond us but hey, you do you.
3. Star Citizen - Javelin $2.7k
Star Citizen lives and dies by its ships, being one of the most expensive games ever developed, you’d think that it’d have enough money considering it raised over $150 million in funding. But no, the devs decided to make a ship that costs over 2.7 grand to squeeze even more money from you.
4. Revenant Super Carrier - Eve $9k
And here I was thinking Star Citizen was expensive. Eve Online has a ship that costs 9k. If you were into the interstellar trading and combat aspect, it was a worthwhile investment….until it got destroyed.
5. Zeuzo - WoW $9.5k
Never sell your accounts, kids. That’s against the terms of service. But if you have someone willing to pay almost 10k for your character..maybe the terms of service don’t matter too much.
6. Echoing Fury Mace - Diablo 3 $14k
Diablo 3’s real-world money auction house made gamers worry that the game would be Pay to Win, but thankfully it isn’t. What it is though, is a great opportunity to make a shit ton of money quickly with the right items.
7. Sword - Age of Wushu $16k
What is it with swords being so expensive? Spending 16k on a sword in a game when you could get multiple swords in real life for that price? Gamers take their hobby seriously.
8. Treasure Island - $26k
We all want an island escape in life, well one gamer decided to get one in-game and all it cost him was a cool 26k. Fun fact, he has full rights to the island, which means he can even tax people real-world money for being on his property.
9. Ethereal Flames - Pink War Dog $38k
I’m all for pets but spending 38k on an in-game pet just makes me remember the 'adopt don’t shop' commercials on TV. I can’t imagine spending this much money on a pet in real life, let alone in a video game, but someone was willing to do it and only 5 of them are in existence.
10. Amsterdam - Second Life $50k
Ahh, Second Life, home of children that want to act like adults in a virtual chat room. Who knew that they didn’t just charge for clothes, they charge for locations too? Someone made 50k selling a virtual representation of Amsterdam in-game. Not sure if genius or crazy.
11. Souvenir AWP Dragon Lore Sniper skin - Counter-Strike $61k
Counter-Strike players must just have money to burn because, for the second time, the game makes the list. 61K for a skin? Not even a weapon? Just a skin for the weapon. Some people just have too much money.
12. The Nest Egg -Entropia $70k
Remember in Harry Potter when Hagrid ended up with a dragon egg? Yeah, that’s what this is, except in Entropia, and it sold for 70 grand. That might sound all well and good but after selling for such a high price, you’d want to enjoy your purchase, right? Wrong, the egg hatched and tried to destroy the world.
13. The Moon - Entropia $150k
Selling the moon, huh? Dr. Evil would be proud. It isn’t quite the “ONE BILLION DOLLARS” he was looking for, but it’s still a decent grip of money. Something about Entropia attracts fans with deep pockets.
14. Crystal Palace - Entropia $300k
Second, on the list of most expensive items is the Crystal Palace. An Iceberg Lounge look-a-like, that sold for a 300k, and the owner is making his money back by charging gamers real cash to mine resources from it.
15. Planet Calypso - Entropia $6-million
Some people REALLY have too much money. Planet Calypso is the homeworld of Entropica and somehow, someway it sold for 6 MILLION dollars! Yes, million with an M! The idea is to make back the investment by having players spend real-world money to access the planet, but 6 million is a lot of money to spend!
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