I understand that the rune trader only has what is sold to him by players. Therefore, since the supply was 0, shouldn't the price be higher then 230 - 250? I don't know what the demand is for this insignia, but how would the trader (i.e. game mechanics) know what the demand is either, since he has none available?
Assuming the demand is calculated over a period of time: say i sold him my one insignia for 230. If in the next 2 seconds it gets sold, and i go back to him and try to sell another one, will he offer me 250, a higher price? or will it remain 230?
What if the insignia doesn't sell for 10 minutes, and once it gets sold i try to sell him a second one will he offer me less then 230 because the demand (i.e. timewise) is low?
I'm just curious if anyone cracked it? Also why such a low price for an insignia to begin with? The Paragon Centurion's sells for 1k+. So my question is why?