When items are sold on the Auction Hall, the money gained is sent to the player's mailbox instead of going directly to the player's character. Using an Auction Hall will usually incur a usage fee, which can vary depending on the item being sold in it and the length of time it is posted.
See Auction Hall Removal.Introduced some time during the Episode 11 updates, RO's Auction Hall is only accessible via a Kafra Corp. employee located in the following cities:
Each Auction Hall and the auctions in it is separate from all of the rest. For example, items being auctioned in the Prontera Hall will not show up in the Lighthalzen hall.
Auctions can last a maximum of 72 hours. However, there is a fee of 12k/hr for auctioning an item. This means the system charges 864,000 Zeny for a 72-hour auction. Once an item is put up for auction it cannot be taken down until the time runs out or someone buys it with the "Buy it Now" price.
The minimum price for any item is 10,000,000 Zeny. The maximum price for any item is 990,000,000 Zeny. Account or character-bound items such as Wedding Rings cannot be auctioned.
Items won in auctions are mailed to the winners through the Mailing System. Items with no bids will be mailed back to the seller. Items can be searched for in the menu using the item name or bid number. Items are divided by type in the auction menu: Armor, Weaponry, Cards, or Miscellaneous.
Ragnarok Online IIThe Auction Hall in RO2 functions similarly to RO's except it shares the same minimum and maximum pricing limit as the Vending System. Unlike RO's Auction Hall, players can post an item for sale for up to 7 days.
Just like RO's Auction Hall, items won in auctions are mailed to the winners and items with no bids or remain unsold will be mailed back to the seller.
- [Auction Hall] removed indefinitely.
Ragnarok Online II
- iRO2 Patch (2017 Jan. 18)
- Resolved an issue so that using tab while in the auction house will not cause a failed registration issue