This is not a thread about the morals of heavy undercutting. Instead I'm trying to figure out what exactly this player is doing.
This player in the last couple of month got into the inscription business and use to post his glyphs at 1kg when there's no competition. But every couple of days he drops his prices to 20g when the competition gets heavy soon after that he raises his prices up to 1k again after a few days then drops it to 20g a couple days after that and repeats the cycle. I and basically everyone else in the inscription business been playing with him and undercutting him every step of the way. It's not like he's dominating the market at 20g and he probably makes more gold if he just undercuts like everyone else.
It's also prb not that he wants to make glyphs cheap for everyone cause he charged 1k gold when there's no other glyph around (which is more than anyone else in the inscription business has their max setting).
It seemed like he wanted to deplete the competitors supply but after a couple of months of this and seeing he's still being undercut, I don't think he's making much dent or the competition isn't going away.
It doesn't seem like he's trying to get rid of all his glyphs and get out of AH cause I see him making new glyphs each day.
So the only thing I can conclude is he's a jackass who has the mentality "If I don't make gold, no one else can" or has a bot backing him up with infinity supply of herbs (even then why reduce your profits from a couple hundred gold to 10?).
Like anyone thoughts on this and what's the best way to approach this without cussing him out in the actual game. Thanks.