WoW How to Transfer Gold Between Horde/Alliance Without 15% Cut Exploit
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let say you have one horde account and one alliance account
the Neutral AH is the only way to transfer money between them and the 15% cut is annoying
now when you set the item price to 28634g
the fees will only be 13s27c
why?
One of my friend familiar with programme explain to me by this:
(well I dont understand this shit too I just know it works and copy and paste it here)
the model answer should be: 28633g11s54c
because 286331154 * 15 = 4294967310
change it to hexadecimal: 10000000E
it become 9 digits, for a 32bit system the 9digit will overflow
and the fees will be 0 T 14/100 = 0
and in the 5%AH you set the price 85899g34s60c will have the same effect
so when you set the price to 28634g in a neutral AH the fees should be 4295g10s
but because the limit of the fees is 4294g96s72.96c, the fees will be overflow and become 13s27c
sorry for my sucking english
the exploits is quite useless if you dont have a horde and alliance account
but the “overflow concept” maybe useful in another way so I would like to share it out
EDIT: quote from Killerpet who explain better than me
Quote:
Originally Posted by Killerpet
Assuming the wow arithmetic goes like this:
AP = Auction price
Auctioneer_Cut = AP * 15 / 100 (I.E. 15%) then this is true
if its like:
Auctioneer_Cut = AP / 100 * 15 (Same % but no overflow) then it is false
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Proof:
Auctioneer_Cut = AP * 15 / 100
(splitting it up as gold silver copper)
start with
28634g 00s 00c (or 1111 33A0 hex)
First multiply the number by 15
28634g 00s 00c * 15 = 429510g 00s 00c (or 1 0002 0660 hex)
now assuming op is correct and there is an overflow this will change to 0002 0660 hex (or 13g 27s 04c)
Now divide it by 100
13g 27s 04c / 100 = 0g 13s 27c
Fee = 13s 27c
——————————
Alternate solution:
Auctioneer_Cut = AP / 100 * 15
start with
28634g 00s 00c (or 1111 33A0 hex)
First divide it by 100
286g 34s 00c (or 002B B128 hex)
Here there is no overflow
Now when you multiply it by 15
286g 34s 00c * 15 = 4295g 10s 00c
——————————–
If this works then you would need an auction of 42951g 00s 00c for roughly the same result on the normal AH
Proof:
Auctioneer_Cut = AP * 10 / 100
(splitting it up as gold silver copper)
start with
42951g 00s 00c (or 1999 CD70 hex)
First multiply the number by 10
42951g 00s 00c * 10 = 429510g 00s 00c (or 1 0002 0660 hex)
now assuming op is correct and there is an overflow this will change to 0002 0660 hex (or 13g 27s 04c)
Now divide it by 100
13g 27s 04c / 100 = 0g 13s 27c
Fee = 13s 27c
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