Originally Posted by Firesnakearies

I love the idea of having some brutally expensive items to buy. Gives you something to aspire to, something to save up for, an incentive to go out there and explore, looking for treasure. Like, items as good as the Sapphire Spark should be dumb expensive. They should be charging 20,000 gold for that thing.

That's... basically what the old BG games always did. You could literally walk into a store minutes after ending the tutorial dungeon in BG2 and find on sale "end game" items that were WAY too expensive for your pockets.
Of course they would stay there for the rest of the game until you had the money to buy them. Nothing of this "refreshing inventory every hour" Diablo-esque bullshit Larian seems to love in most of their games.

Party control in Baldur's Gate 3 is a complete mess that begs to be addressed. SAY NO TO THE TOILET CHAIN