I have read the term "LF runes". What does it mean?

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"LF" usually means "looking for". It sounds like that person is looking for runes and has 9 keys of destruction to trade.

I've seen "LFG" also used in games, which means "looking for group", usually used when someone is looking to party up for some sort of activity.

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    The answer is spot on, but I also wanted to mention that you may also sometimes see ISO (in search of) used in a similar way, too. Oct 26, 2021 at 22:01
  • For completeness: LFT (looking for trades) and WTB/WTS/WTT (want to buy/sell/trade)
    – Mephy
    Oct 27, 2021 at 17:54
  • And for even more completeness. You'll often see: WTB Wisp O Ist This means they want to buy the Wisp unique ring and are offering an Ist rune in trade.
    – Smorpheus
    Nov 1, 2021 at 22:19

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