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7 Best Ways to Get Gold in Lost Ark

Put in the hustle, make the cash.
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Just like in any fantasy world, the world of Lost Ark revolves around one thing and one thing only: cash money. Money buys the best stuff, and you need the best stuff to win the toughest fights, which in turn gets you more money to keep buying the best stuff. It’s a vicious cycle. If you’re having some trouble filling up your wallet, though, we’ve got some suggestions. Here are some of the best ways to get gold in Lost Ark.

7 Best Ways to Get Gold in Lost Ark

If you wanna make mad bank in Lost Ark, your best bet would be to utilize a combination of regular, day-to-day game mechanics, larger-scale encounters, and of course, the player-run economy. In short, you want to try these seven things:

  1. Quests
  2. Rapport
  3. Auction House
  4. Abyssal Dungeons
  5. Raids
  6. Una Quests
  7. Adventure Islands

Quests

Just like in any MMO, your first and foremost moneymaker, at least in the early game, is finishing quests. While not all quests award gold upon completion, a good number of them do, and while they are technically finite, by the time you run out of quests to complete, they probably wouldn’t be paying out enough to matter anymore anyway.

Rapport

As you chat with and give gifts to the various NPCs located around Lost Ark’s town areas, you’ll build Rapport with them. As you become better friends with these characters, they’ll occasionally drop a gift of gold right in your pocket, just as thanks for being a good neighbor. The further you get into the game’s campaign, the bigger these rewards can get, though make sure to check an NPC’s Rapport menu to ensure they’re actually willing to give money before you bother befriending them.

Auction House

Give players an economy, and they’ll build it up like no tomorrow. Lost Ark’s Auction Houses allow you to list items for sale, hopefully followed by another player buying them for your asking price. If you need some quick cash, you can usually flip common items for pocket change. If you really want to make some gold, though, you’ll sell rare cosmetics, ability stones, enhancement materials, and gems.

Related: Lost Ark Daily Checklist for Materials

Abyssal Dungeons

When the quests dry up, it’s time to take it to the source. Every Abyssal Dungeon encounter has a chance to reward gold payouts upon completion. One Dungeon can reward a few hundred gold, with that value scaling based on your level and the difficulty of the Dungeon. The only catch is that you can only get these rewards once per week.

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Raids

Got some friends? Get ’em together for a business venture. Raids drop gold in similar incriments to Dungeons, as well as the occasional rare item that can fetch a good price at the Auction House. Raids will only pay out the first time you complete them, however.

Una Quests

You can get regular, daily tasks from Una to rack up special Tokens, as well as weekly tasks that offer more Tokens. These Tokens can be converted into gold and rare items at the Gold Merchant. It’s a good idea to prioritize clearing these daily quests every day, as they’ll account for a nice, steady income.

Adventure Islands

Another good daily pursuit, you can scan for Adventure Islands using Procyon’s Compass. If you’re lucky, you’ll find one that rewards level-scaled gold payouts upon completion. Even if an Island does reward gold, it might reward items that can be sold at the Auction House.

The most important thing to remember when trying to get gold in Lost Ark is consistency. You wanna make sure to log in every day and clear your daily quests, as well as continue playing through the main campaign and selling regularly at the Auction House to supplement your income.

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