Zhang Nu looked through the chat log.

“Shit! My altar got destroyed by orcs!”

“Help, I was found by humans.
I'm being hunted from all sides.
Someone please save me, I don't want to die!”

“My territory here is filled with terrifying monsters.
I can't beat any of them.
How am I supposed to play here, I can't even get out the door here!”

“I'm trapped on a deserted island.
There's nothing here.
I'm on the verge of dying from hunger.
Can anyone send me something to eat? My dad is the president of the XX company in Shanghai, so I got plenty of money!”


No wonder then.

These hundred disqualified Demon Kings were either discovered and killed, or their arrival location was so terrible that they had no way to develop and expand.

It's not strange for a hundred or so to get disqualified within just two or three hours then.

Zhang Nu felt like, as time progressed, especially after the safe period is over, there will likely be thousands more Demon Kings who will end up dying before they can get anywhere.

Demon King really is a high risk profession.

Zhang Nu discovered that, due to their arrival locations being desolate areas, right now the most common problem that Demon Kings are having is the lack of food.

However, players do have a specialized trade platform.
They can place items on it and sell off surplus materials in exchange for other resources that they might need.

Zhang Nu sent a message in the chat menu, “Selling bigfoot birds.
Its meat is delicious.
5 gold each.
It will be added to the trade menu immediately.
First come first served.”

The moment this message was sent out, the chat menu exploded.

“Shit, where did so much food come from?”

“5 gold? That expensive? Why aren't you rushing to grab them then!”

“Everyone's only entered the game for a few hours, so the vast majority don't even have a single gold yet.
You asking for 5 gold for just a single bird is practically highway robbery!”

“Too expensive.
Nobody buys it.
Anyone who buys is an idiot!”

“That's right! You just keep them yourself until they grow moldy!”


Zhang Nu was uncertain at the moment.

Even if those people's words are harsh, they do have some logic to them.
The game only started a few hours ago, so the vast majority definitely won't even have a single gold yet.

5 gold per bird.

Will it really be able to sell?

Let's try it out first with 10 birds!

The trading menu requires a fee for trades.
Each item will only stay on for 15 minutes.
If they end up not selling, then he'll end up losing the several gold worth of the transaction fees instead.


Nearly instantly.

The 10 bigfoot birds were all gone.

[Trade Successful, you gained 5 gold!]

[Trade Successful, you gained 5 gold!]


[Your items have all been sold!]

Gone instantly?

Zhang Nu was dumbfounded.

T/N: And now we have an economy.
One composed of what's basically something like a million individuals.
That number will drop over time, but at the same time, as that happens, the individuals will also expand from singular persons to full fledged cities, states, or even nations.
It makes an interesting and complex bit of world building.

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