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The trading triangle is a gameplay concept in Might and Magic VII and Might and Magic VIII. Several characters in both games buy one commodity from the party and sell another commodity. The party can buy the commodity at a low price from one character and sell it somewhere else for a profit. The higher the initial cost of the items, the higher the profit.

It is recommended to get the town portal spell before doing this, at it will save the party a lot of time and money. It can be a source of unlimited gold with enough patience. There are several triangles available in each game.

Might and Magic VII[]

Might and Magic VIII[]

The last triangle requires going to the Murmurwoods village, which does not have town portal access, so it is slower than the others.

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