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layers start with a permanent 16-slot backpack. Press the "B" key to open your backpack, or click on the backpack in the bottom right of the screen. You can now move items in or out of the backpack. The default backpack cannot be moved or sold.

Placing Items

You can place items into a bag by left-clicking and dragging them over to the bag you want to place them in. This will place the item in that specific bag. This allows you to open up your backpack (or other bag) and quickly move items out of and into other bags. If you right-click while moving an item, it will be returned to its original location (i.e. won't be moved).

When you right-click on the loot dropped from monsters, the items will automatically be placed in one of your bags.

Additional Bag Slots

Players have four additional bag slots to the left of the backpack slot.
You can find, trade, or buy additional packs to place in these extra bag locations. The bigger the bag, the better it is. The first bags you are likely to find are 6-slot bags.
You can open up all your bags at once by hitting "Shift + B." Some players remap the B hot key to open up all their bags at once.

Removing Bags from Bank Slots

To remove a bag from one of your additional bag slots you must first empty the bag. You can put the items into another bag, or the bank, or destroy them. Once the bag is completely empty, you will now be able to pick it up by clicking on that bag's icon and dragging it. You can now place it into another one of your bags, sell it, trade it, or destroy it.

Dropping Items

You cannot drop items on the ground, so if you want to get rid of an item, you must drag it outside of your bag and then left-click. You will receive a pop-up box that asks you if you want to destroy that item. Make sure you want to destroy it before selecting "Yes".

Bank

The bank sells bonus slots (think of them as bag slots) that you can buy to place fully loaded bags in. You can buy a bank slot and then use it to store a bag full of Copper Bars for later, or whatever else you want!

Save any extra bags you find to use at the bank. Obviously, the bigger the bag, the better it will be to use for this. Normal slots in the bank (free ones) cannot hold loaded bags. They can only hold empty bags.

When a player places a bag into a purchased bank bag slot, it becomes a soulbound item.

Ammo Bags/Quivers

A "Ammo Slot" is located on the character screen. Ammo must be placed in this slot in order to use a ranged weapon (bow, gun, crossbow). Only ammo placed in this slot, and any like it in your bags, will be used. Other types of ammo will not be used.

    Ammo will be fired from a quiver, ammo pouch, or any other bag.
    When you right-click ammo in your bag/quiver, it will place the ammo in the "Ammo Slot".
    You can also hotkey ammo in your action bar to quick load.

Other information

    Bags can have special magical bonuses on them in addition to being able to carry items.
    Monsters and chests sometimes have bags.
    Tailors are able to make bags. Save up scraps of linen, bolts of cloth, and wool to give to a tailor to make bags.
    Bags are sometimes given as quest rewards.
    Tips
    Look for bag stores in big cities.
    Get different colored bags and designate them for specific things. You can put all your quest items in a red bag, and trade skill items in a blue bag, and all the items you want to sell in a green bag. This allows you to be more organized!

 

Looks/Style - Some players select their equipment based on how it looks on their character. This is great for style. However, from a combat point of view it doesn't really matter what your character looks like. Stats are the most important aspects for combat. From a player's point of view, however, you may notice that your character's appearance will influence the actions of other players. If you look especially cool you may find other players offering compliments. Therefore, you might decide that your look is most important and thus focus mainly on your appearance, not worrying about character stats. If you can get the appearance you're looking for, while also having superior stats on the items you like, that's even better.

Suggestion: keep an alternative outfit in your backpack or bags to wear when you're not fighting. This is great approach to use for a role-playing/realistic point of view. The only downside is that it takes up room in your pack(s) that could be used for other items.

Stats First (Power Play) - Power players are primarily attracted to an item's stats and how it will improve their character's performance. They are willing to wear any item that improves their stats even if it includes, for example, wearing a dress on a male character!

If you are focusing on stats, find out which will benefit your character class the most. There are often multiple paths you can select. You should ask other players of the same class, especially more experienced players, for their advice on what stats will best benefit your character. For example, Warriors should look for high damage weapons and might want to focus on Strength. Or, perhaps, Warriors might want to focus more on Stamina increasing items.

Which item is better?
This is a common question. The most general solution to this problem is to ask other players which item is the better item. Link both items in a party or guild chat channel and then ask other players what they think is the better item to use for your character. Feel free to ask why one item is better than the other. You will then learn and gain experience that you can use later, or if someone asks you for help. There are usually plenty of stat focused players out there that know exactly what the "best" item is.

Looks and Stats
This option is the best of both strategies. Find an item with stats that help your character that also looks great!

Item Selling
It's important to learn which items should be sold to other players and which should be sold to the vendors.

Other Players - What will other players buy? This is determined by demand and luck. Players will most often buy your item if it's one they consider good and is sold at the right price. Players will go for items they want or need. If you're trying to sell an item that is easily obtainable, it's unlikely to be purchased by other players. A good way to learn which items are valuable is to pay attention and watch auctions. You can see what types of items people sell and for what price. That way if you ever get one of those items and look to sell it, you will know what it will sell for. You should also ask other players for their advice. Also, item colors are important to learn. Blue items are often more valuable than green items, and so on.

"Vendor Trash" - This term has come to refer to items that should be sold to the merchants. This is because they won't, or are extremely unlikely to be bought by other players. Perhaps they are some body part that is dropped by a monster. Since players most likely won't purchase the item, it leaves only one group of buyers, the NPCs! If someone tells you an item is "Vendor Trash" this means you should sell it to the merchants. Of course they could just be insulting your item! Make sure you know the difference.

Old Equipment
Once you're done using an item, likely because you have found a better one, it's time to get rid of it. You have several options:

Hand-me-downs to a friend or guild mate
Lower level or poorly equipped players appreciate gifts. This can improve your standing with them, which might benefit you later on. If the item is bound to your character, your only choice is to sell the item to a vendor.

Auction
Sell the item in an auction. "One person's trash is another person's treasure." Your old items might fetch a hefty sum. Be sure that the item isn't soulbound to your character before trying to sell it.

Merchants
Anything you cannot give away, or sell to other players, should be sold to the merchants.

The Bank
Use the bank to store items. This will free up space in your bags. Store anything that you are not using or that you're unlikely to use. Future Upgrades - Some items have a level requirement above your current level. So you must wait until you level up before you can use them.
Items For Other Classes - Save items for friends or mail them to your other characters.
Don't forget that you can get additional storage by buying bag slots and filling them with the largest bags you can find.

Out of Room?
If you're out of room, it's time to make some decisions as to what to keep. Try to sell anything you can to other players. If you have some items that you've tried to sell but cannot, it might be time to sell them to the merchants.

 
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