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In slime rancher, it says that plort values change. My question is, how often to they change, and by how much does their value change?

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From what I have seen, plort value increases on the market when you don't sell that kind of plort. For example you sell 10 pink plort, the next day the pink plort value decreases, while some plorts increase or stay neutral. Or if you don't sell any plorts for (x amount) of days, the plort value increases, and for (x amount) of days the plorts value could peak its top value, and that is when you can sell your plorts for the best value.

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As far as I can tell, the change is completely random. It doesn't seem related to how many plorts of a specific type you sell, the value just might go up or down every day at midnight.

Each plort seems to have a maximum and minimum value, as even when an expensive plort's value has been going down for several days in a row, it never seems to reach the levels of early plorts like Pink, Rock, and Tabby.

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    I'm not sure it's completely random, at least not at this point. Selling a bunch of a given plort seems to lead to a lowered price the next day.
    – Crowbeak
    Dec 29 '16 at 4:37
  • Before I discovered some of the late-game slimes, their plorts were all worth around 100+ each. Once I found them and started selling the plorts, the value seemed to drop fairly quickly over the next few days, and now I rarely see them much higher than 50. There has to be some connection to selling them and the price changing. Aug 19 '17 at 1:17
  • @QuestionMarks Sounds more like a one-time thing to make players explore. Aug 19 '17 at 8:14
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I have heard that when far far away from a slime, their plort type goes up in price (good money). When a slime is on your farm, their plort type goes down in price, but after they've been on the farm for 10 days the price goes up again.

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    A source for this claim would make this answer much better.
    – Mage Xy
    May 26 '17 at 14:00

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