- Silver is the primary in-game currency of Albion Online
- Silver can be used for everything except purchasing cosmetic items directly
- Players can use Silver to buy Gold, the other in-game currency of Albion Online, and Gold to buy Silver
- Players can at all times check their Silver and gold balance by opening the inventory interface
- Buying Silver from third parties is against the user agreement and is bannable by Sandbox-Interactive
Silver is the primary in-game currency of Albion Online and is used to purchase a wide variety of items and services in the game. Unlike Gold, Silver can be used for everything except purchasing cosmetic items directly. This means that players can use Silver to buy a wide range of items including gear, materials, and upgrades.
Players can also use Silver to buy Gold, the other in-game currency of Albion Online. This allows players to trade Silver for Gold on the in-game Gold Exchange, which can then be used to purchase Premium account status and Vanity items. Additionally, players can also use Gold to buy Silver, providing a flexible and versatile system of trading and exchanging currencies in the game.
Players can at all times check their Silver and Gold balance by opening the inventory interface. This allows players to easily keep track of their in-game wealth and manage their resources effectively.
It's important to note that buying Silver from third parties is against the user agreement and is bannable by Sandbox-Interactive. This is to ensure that the in-game economy remains fair and balanced for all players. Players should be aware that purchasing Silver from third parties can lead to a ban and should avoid doing so at all costs.
In conclusion, Silver is the primary in-game currency of Albion Online and is used to purchase a wide range of items and services in the game. It can be traded for Gold on the in-game Gold Exchange, providing a flexible and versatile system of trading and exchanging currencies in the game. Players can always check their Silver and Gold balance through inventory interface. And buying Silver from third parties is against the user agreement and is bannable by Sandbox-Interactive.
There are many methods for players to obtain Silver. Some of the most common are noted below:
All the Silver that is picked up from the ground is taxed by the guild the player belongs to
When a player or group of players kill a mob, the mob will drop a certain amount of Silver, which can then be picked up by a specific player or a group of players who killed the mob
If the Silver is picked up by a player who is in a party, all the people in the party in the proximity of the Silver stash will get a share of the Silver.
Whenever a player gets knocked out, they will drop Silver equal to a percentage of the repair cost he will pay to repair the equipped gear
Whenever a player or group of players destroy a chest, the chest will drop Silver on the ground
Treasure Site areas have Silver stashes on the ground
Hidden Treasures drop Silver when destroyed
Bags of Silver
Bags of Silver are not tradable and can either be stored in a bank or consumed
There are different tiers of Bags of Silver which reward different amounts of Silver
The Silver from these bags of Silver is not taxed by the player's guild
Silver bags can be found in chests in random dungeons, as rewards from arenas, and from weekly challenge chests
Though it is not a mainstream method of making Silver, there are plenty of players who are dueling for Silver. The Silver gained from dueling is not taxed by the player's guild. You can interrupt a duel by exiting the orange circle before the duel starts if you feel unprepared for it. However, exiting the circle in the middle of the duel will start a 10-second countdown before you flee and lose the fight.
Treasure sites contain a chest which has loot inside of them. They spawn in Blue Zones, Yellow Zones, Red Zones, and Black Zones. Around these chests, there is a ring which activates PvP 15 seconds before the chest opens. If you get killed in a blue or yellow zone you will only get knocked. When you get knocked, you will have to wait three minutes in order to stand up again. The chest contains randomized loot depending on the size of the chest.
Dungeons come in many forms: Solo-Dungeons, Group Dungeons, and Raid Dungeons. These dungeons contain dungeon chests. These chests have loot inside of them which you can sell for silver. There are mobs, bosses, and mini-bosses throughout the dungeons. For more information go to dungeons.
Treasure hunting means roaming through the open world and finding hidden treasures which contain loot that can be sold. The risk depends on the zone the red and black zones being the riskiest, however, the reward is often much better in these zones, the best being in the black zone which comes with a decent amount of Silver as well.
There are both regular Expeditions that can be done solo or in 5 player groups, and Hardcore Expeditions. All will reward you with fame, silver drops, and a Royal Sigil equal to the tier expedition you completed. The Royal Sigil can be used to craft Royal Armor, or sold at the Marketplace.
Players can buy cheaper and sell more expensive to make a profit. This can be done in the same city or in a different one, the latter method is also known as flipping. For more information see Marketplace.
Players can gather items for only an investment of time and sell them at the Marketplace. Gathering is when you gather resources (Wood, Stone, Fish, Ore, Hide, Fiber). This is one of the most easiest ways for beginners to get some decent income. This is also good for experienced players who make all of their money off of this method. For tips and guides on gathering see the Gathering
Players may refine resources gathered into refined materials which are used for crafting. Theis method requires you being a gatherer or buying raw materials from the market and refining them yourself. This method usually requires a high refining skill to be profitable. For more information see Refining
Players may craft items from refined materials and sell them on the Marketplace. This usually requires considerable planning and buffs, as well as Focus to gain profits. For more information see Crafting
PVP is a way of getting loot directly from other players, which then can be sold for Silver however, there is a risk of you getting killed thus resulting in a negative profit. When you knock someone down in a yellow zone, they drop a small amount of silver based on how much money their armor costs.
Faction warfare brings loot to players in 3 ways: the PVP loot from encounters with opposite faction players, through the faction points, which can be turned into specific items that can be further sold, lastly you can do transport missions that reward you with hearts of the city you are trading with to sell.
Players never lose Silver directly from their balance, unless they take an action that will cost Silver
Losing Silver comes as a result of either dying in PvP through the gear loss, engages in crafting, or through the balance change when purchasing goods from the market
Certain actions require players to pay a specific cost:
Repair Station Taxes
Paying a fee to repair gear will also result in a Silver balance change depending on the value of the gear.
No matter what you buy from the market when you purchase something your Silver balance will decrease according to the price; This also applies to set buy orders as the Silver disappears when a player creates the buy order;
Players can choose to exchange Silver for gold and vice versa, however, watch out about the fact that gold sells less for Silver than the price you buy it before the price fluctuates.
Players can opt to buy premium with real money, gold, or with Silver. When players choose the latter, the Silver balance will decrease.
Send In-Game Mail
Sending a new mail costs you 50 Silver.
Losing a Duel
When players choose to duel for Silver they can gain or lose Silver at the end of the duel according to their victory or defeat. If a player abandons the duel his opponent will automatically be considered the winner. When a player gets knocked, the dropped Silver does not come from the player's Silver balance, but as a percentage from the repair costs he/she will have to pay to repair the gear equipped.
Related Patch Notes
|Patch Link||Date||Patch Name||Patch Notes|
|Version 20.060.1||14 September 2022||Into the Fray Patch 6||Recent updates and patches have substantially increased the amount of Silver generated by Albion’s economy each day. This led to a substantial increase of the in-game price of Gold and Premium.
Our economic modeling shows that this increase will continue unless we rebalance the Silver economy in such a way that sinks and faucets are brought back to a balanced state. Hence, we have implemented the following changes:
|Version 19.060.1||2 March 2022||Lands Awakened Patch 6||
|Version 1.17.406.182620||13 January 2021||Rise of Avalon Patch 12||Silver
|Version 1.15.387.151412||9 October 2019||Percival Patch 7||In an effort to reduce the Silver-to-Gold cost ratio (which has greatly increased due to Silver generated by Randomized Dungeons), numerous ingame Silver costs have been increased.
The following changes have been implemented:
|Version 1.15.383.148174||15 August 2019||Percival Patch 3 and [Known Issue] Wrong Castle Scoring Times||