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*** SPECIAL NOTE: Pet values will always fluctuate and depend on a number of variables on Marapets. If you find that the values listed below are not correct in the current Mara economy please mail me to correct the guide. I am not looking for a temporary increase or decrease in value due to Account Upgrades but a change in value that has become stable.

Arinya - 2 to 3.5 million

Astro - 1 to 2 million

Basil - 35 to 45 million/trades for up to twice as much

Chibs - 15 to 18 million/trades for up to 20 million

Crikey - 7 to 8 million

Daisy - 4 to 5 million

Dakota - 3.5 to 5 million

Decadal - 60+ million

Echlin - 6 to 7 million (not very popular so difficult to trade)

Ercuw - 7 to 8 million

Eyru - 10 - 12 million

Figaro - 5 to 7 million (trades for up to 10 million)

Gizmo - 2.5 to 3.5 million

Gobble - 6 to 7 million (can be difficult to trade)

Hump - 40 million (trade value only - only available through pyramids. Not very popular so difficult to trade)

Huthiq - 900,000 to 1.5 million

Ike - 4 to 5 million

Justin - 24 to 28 million (not easy to trade)

Kronk - 8 to 10 million

Kujo - 3 to 4.5 million

Lati - 6 to 8 million

Limax - 8 million

Lorius - 18 to 24 million/trades for up to twice as much

Mordo - 5 to 7 million

Nino - 5 to 6.5 million (not easy to trade)

Oglue - 1.5 to 2.5 million

Phanty - 700,000 to 1.5 million

Poera - 700,000 to 1.5 million

Pucu - 28 to 34 million (not easy to trade)

Quell - 7 to 8 million

Raulf - 10 to 12 million

Rofling - 90 million/trades for about twice as much

Rusty - 7 to 9 million

Sindi - 7 to 9 million/trades for up to 10 million

Snookle - 6.5 to 8 million

Sybri - 6.5 to 8 million

Tasi - 6.5 to 8 million (hard to trade)

Troit - 2 to 2.5 million

Viotto - 7 to 8 million (not easy to trade)

Vixen - 8 to 11 million

Vlad - 5 to 7 million

Willa - 7 to 8 million

Yuni - 20 to 25 million

Zoink - 800,000 to 1.5 million

Zola - 25 to 35 million/trades for twice as much

Zoosh - 700,000 to 1.5 million

Fluctuations in Pet Prices

Fluctuations in pet prices depends on a few things worth mentioning here.

The release of account upgrades and limited account upgrades have an impact on pet values. It seems from past experience current account upgrades generally reduce the price of a pet featured in that upgrade substantially. The value will gradually increase again with the retirement of the upgrade. This follows the basic market principle of supply and demand. The more potions/enchanted plushies available the lower the price, the more scarce and in demand the higher the price.
Lately the newly released costumes in the account upgrades that are well received have increased pet prices not featured in that upgrade. This can be seen in the case with the Troit that was valued at 1.5 million and now commands about 2.5 million or more. I have sold quite a few Troit Potions because people love the look of the Troit in the newly released costumes (i.e. Daylight Costume).

Difficult to Trade

There are some pets that are simply not as popular as others such as the Echlin and Hump. These will be harder to trade and will generally trade for less than the going price unless a trader has a real desire to acquire those specific pets. For example the pet may have a name or stats that the trader is looking for or they simply like the pet species.

Costume Values

To find the worth of your costume and costumed pet simply search the costume in trades and add it to the value of the pet. For example: if a Blue Troit is worth 2.5 million, a Spring Troit should be worth about 16.5 million. This is because the Spring Costume is currently selling 14 million, the lowest price in trades, so add it to the 2.5 million for the current price of the Blue Troit and you will have your pet value.