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Fairly new on the forums and not familiar will all the acronyms or maybe I'm just not with it, but what does WTA WTB WTS (and probably missed some) stand for?

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WTB = Want to buy. WTS = Want to sell. Not really sure on what WTA means (: Hope this helped

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Some definitions you'll come across:

WTB : Want to buy
WTS : Want to sell
WTA : Want to auction
WTT : Want to trade
OMF : Oasis Monster Fest
UMF : Uber Monster Fest
mana token : An item upgraded to exactly 200mil tavern value, in order to be used in end game trading.
Retri : Retribution, a popular bow choice for huntresses
trans : Transcendent, the new level 78 item quality for end game maps.
NM : Nightmare, the hardest difficulty
HC : Hardcore mode, meaning you cannot respawn during a wave.
MM : Mixed mode, randomises spawning locations making it much harder.
app/hunt guard : Apprentice and Huntress Guardians, used to speeding up the towers firing speed and increases the towers dmg.

Think that covers it.

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MVP : Most Valuable Player

Used in monster fest maps.
Used in every map, technically. You'll be able to see the MVP after any successful clear.
But in monster fests, MVPs get shinier lewts. sometimes. Maybe.

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WPA on shops seems fairly common too which I believe means "Weapons, Pets and Armour"

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And to add, obviously maps such as ES = Endless Spires, Glitter = Glitterhelm Cavern, Misty = Mistymire Forrest, Alch Labs = Alchemical Laboratories. Well you get the idea.

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I've been wanting to ask, what is the so called Captain America Shield? And please don't come up with "it's the shield that Captain America uses", please ;P

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An item with the expected best possible stats.

For example, an item with little to no negative stats, an item with a high number of upgrade levels to allow players to focus a single stat more, etc. are some common requirements of a perfect drop.

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An item with the expected best possible stats.

For example, an item with little to no negative stats, an item with a high number of upgrade levels to allow players to focus a single stat more, etc. are some common requirements of a perfect drop.


Thanks. So it has nothing to do with which stats are reflected, only how it will upgrade?

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