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Heroica RPG - Marketplace

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~In this topic, you can buy and sell items with your Heroica RPG character. For other topics related to the game, see the

Heroica RPG Index.~

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EUBRIC MARKETPLACE

The Marketplace is truly the heart of the Freeport of Eubric. The place is bustling with people from the break of dawn to the sunset, and the cacophony of sounds and scents will make the unaccustomed shopper dizzy. Traders, merchants and peddlers from all corners of the world come to sell their wares here, but most of them cannot be trusted to give a decent price for the items they sell. There are merchants that have earned the trust of Heroica, and all heroes of the noble organization are advised to trade with them.

HOW TO BUY:

In order to buy items, you post the name of the merchant you wish to buy from and a list of all the items you wish to purchase and their total cost, and then deplete their cost from your amount of gold. Make sure to adjust your information in the Hero Statistics topic accordingly, adding the bought items to your inventory and decreasing the amount of gold. The prices are marked in the description of each item, and they are not negotiable. None of the regular items will ever run out of stock. If there is an item with a limited amount available for purchase, it will be stated separately.

Needless to say, you cannot buy more than you can afford. Thieves and cheaters will be thrown out of Heroica.

Example:

Ellaria walked to Portia's Potion Shack and purchased 2 potions for a total of 10 gold. 10 - 10 = 0 gold left.

Poor Ellaria was now broke because of her shopping spree.

HOW TO SELL:

Selling the items in your inventory is trickier, so you need to pay attention when you do it. All items can be sold back to the shops at half their initial price, rounded down. In case of weapons and other equipment, their price is equal to their power times 10, so they can be sold for an amount equal to their power times 5. Items that do not have a set price cannot be sold at the Marketplace, but you might find another player more interested in them.

To sell items, list all the items you wish to sell and the amount of gold you get from them, and then add that amount to your own gold. Again, make sure to adjust your information in the Heroica Statistics topic accordingly. It doesn't matter which merchant you sell the items to. It is not possible to retrieve sold items that none of the merchants offer.

Again, cheating with this system will get you tossed out of Heroica.

Example:

Ellaria needed money, so she sold her Snake Staff (WP: 3) for 15 gold. 0 + 15 gold = 15 gold in possession.

Poor Ellaria was now weaponless, but at least she could do more shopping.

THE MERCHANTS:

PORTIA'S POTION SHACK

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"Come one, come all, to Portia's emporium of brews and liquids! Bottles for the heat of battle, flagons against any dragon, vials to handle any trial! All this is possible thanks to the wondrous alchemists of the Guild of Invision! Come, have a taste of this potion... or is this poison? I sure don't know, I'm not a stinky alchemist!"

ITEMS FOR SALE (Note: Usable only once!):

heroica-potion.jpgPotion (Restores 10 health to the target.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-tonic.jpgTonic (Restores 5 ether to the target.) Costs 15 gold.

heroica-grandpotion.jpgGrand Potion (Restores 25 health to the target.) Costs 10 gold.

heroica-grandtonic.jpgGrand Tonic (Restores 15 ether to the target.) Costs 30 gold.

heroica-elixir.jpgElixir (Restores 50 health and 10 ether to the target and removes all negative effects from the target.) Costs 40 gold.

heroica-remedy.jpgRemedy (Removes all negative effects from the target.) Costs 10 gold.

heroica-neutralizer.jpgNeutralizer (Removes all temporary effects from all allies and all opponents.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-tigerbalm.jpgTiger Balm (Grants immunity to all effects - positive and negative - for one battle.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-phoenixessence.jpgPhoenix Essence (Revives a fallen ally with full health during a battle.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-mead.jpgMead (Causes the encouraged-effect, doubling the target's attack power for the duration of one battle.) Costs 15 gold.

heroica-smellingsalts.jpgSmelling Salts (Causes the hastened-effect, allowing the target to act twice in one round for the duration of one battle.) Costs 25 gold.

heroica-nostrum.jpgNostrum (Causes the lucky-effect, allowing the target to roll the battle die twice and get the better result of the two for the duration of one battle.) Costs 35 gold.

heroica-soma.jpgSoma (Causes the blessed-effect, allowing the target to recover a tenth of their maximum health at the end of each round for the duration of one battle.) Costs 45 gold.

heroica-mulledwine.jpgMulled Wine (Causes the inspired-effect, doubling the target's current and maximum health for the duration of one battle.) Costs 55 gold.

heroica-ambrosia.jpgAmbrosia (Causes the reinforced-effect, double the target's defense for the duration of one battle.) Costs 65 gold.

heroica-myrrh.jpgMyrrh (Causes the transcended-effect, restoring 1 ether per round to the target for the duration of one battle.) Costs 75 gold.

heroica-venom.jpgVenom (Use on a weapon to make it cause the poisoned by 1-effect on any enemy it hits for the duration of one battle, making the poisoned enemy lose 1 health each turn. Several venoms can be used to increase the effect.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-deadlyvenom.jpgDeadly Venom (Use on a weapon to make it cause the poisoned by 10-effect on any enemy it hits for the duration of one battle, making the poisoned enemy lose 10 health each turn. Several venoms can be used to increase the effect.) Costs 50 gold.

DAIN ALMIGHT'S BOMB SHELTER

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"Tired of wailing at monsters with your sword? Why not just toss a bomb and be rid of them all at once? Buy your explosives here, courtesy of the Guild of Invision, or merge several of them together for one big bang! Bombs away!"

ITEMS FOR SALE (Note: Usable only once!):

heroica-smokebomb.jpgSmoke Bomb (Allows the party to escape the battle.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-airbomb.jpgAir Bomb (Causes 5 wind-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-dirtbomb.jpgDirt Bomb (Causes 5 earth-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-firebomb.jpgFire Bomb (Causes 5 fire-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-floralbomb.jpgFloral Bomb (Causes 5 wood-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-holybomb.jpgHoly Bomb (Causes 5 light-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-icebomb.jpgIce Bomb (Causes 5 ice-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-lightningbomb.jpgLightning Bomb (Causes 5 lightning-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-waterbomb.jpgWater Bomb (Causes 5 water-elemental damage to all enemies.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-blindbomb.jpgBlind Bomb (Deals 5 damage and the blinded-effect to all opponents when used.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-confusebomb.jpgConfuse Bomb (Deals 5 damage and the confused-effect to all opponents when used.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-poisonbomb.jpgPoison Bomb (Deals 5 damage and the poisoned by 1-effect to all opponents when used.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-sealbomb.jpgSeal Bomb (Deals 5 damage and the sealed-effect to all opponents when used.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-sleepbomb.jpgSleep Bomb (Deals 5 damage and the asleep-effect to all opponents when used.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-stunbomb.jpgStun Bomb (Deals 5 damage and the stunned-effect to all opponents when used.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-aeolusbomb.jpgAeolus Bomb (Deals 100 wind-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-agnibomb.jpgAgni Bomb (Deals 100 fire-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-baldurbomb.jpgBaldur Bomb (Deals 100 light-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-demeterbomb.jpgDemeter Bomb (Deals 100 wood-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-gaiabomb.jpgGaia Bomb (Deals 100 earth-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-neptunebomb.jpgNeptune Bomb (Deals 100 water-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-rudrabomb.jpgRudra Bomb (Deals 100 lightning-elemental damage to all opponents when used.)Costs 100 gold.

heroica-skadibomb.jpgSkadi Bomb (Deals 100 ice-elemental damage to all opponents when used.) Costs 100 gold.

SERVICES AVAILABLE:

Combine Bombs:

Merge two or more bombs into one, combining their effects. The newly crafted bomb must be given a name. The service costs 1 gold for each bomb combined.

GNOMEO'S TOOLSHED

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"Tools for tools, nyeh nyeh! Here's a shovel, go dig your own grave with it! Nyehehe! Can I recommend this magnifying glass, so you can take a better look at your... What?! I'm just joking around! Give a gnome a break, will you? Just pick a tool... you fool, nyeh."

ITEMS FOR SALE (Note: When you buy one, you never have to buy another of the same kind!):

heroica-bedroll.jpgBedroll (Allows the user to rest and regain health and ether in a safe place.) Costs 5 gold.

heroica-shovel.jpgShovel (Allows the user to dig the ground in search of a treasure.) Costs 10 gold.

heroica-pickaxe.jpgPickaxe (Allows the user to dig through a breakable wall or obstacle.) Costs 20 gold.

heroica-magnifyingglass.jpgMagnifying Glass (Allows the user to see trap triggers.) Costs 30 gold.

heroica-telescope.jpgTelescope (Allows the user to see far.) Costs 40 gold.

heroica-magiccompass.jpgMagic Compass (Allows the user to know the right direction to go.) Costs 50 gold.

ANWYL SMOKEBEARD'S SMITHY

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"Dwarven-made weapons! Come get yours! Swords, spears, and staves, I've got weapons for every class! The only authentic dwarven equipment in Eubric! What do you mean, I'm not a dwarf?! Of course I am, I just happen to be tall for my kind."

ITEMS FOR SALE (Note: Just 50 gold each!!!):

Axe
(WP:5; suitable for barbarians, alchemists, beast warriors, infiltrators, regulators and winged warriors.)

Bow
(WP:5; ranged; suitable for rangers, beast warriors and winged warriors.)

Broomstick
(WP:5; ranged; suitable for mages, clerics, artisans and necromancers.)

Club
(WP:5; suitable for barbarians, alchemists, beast warriors and infiltrators.)

Crossbow
(WP:5; ranged; suitable for rangers, beast warriors, infiltrators and winged warriors.)

Dagger
(WP:5; suitable for mages, rogues, alchemists, harlots, infiltrators, marauders and regulators.)

Flute
(WP:5; ranged instrument; suitable for minstrels.)

Greatsword
(WP:5; suitable for barbarians, knights, beast warriors, necromancers and regulators.)

Halberd
(WP:5; suitable for barbarians, knights, dragoons and skirmishers.)

Hammer
(WP:5; suitable for barbarians, clerics, alchemists, artisans and regulators.)

Hand Cannon
(WP:5; ranged; suitable for rangers and cannoneers.)

Lance
(WP:5; suitable for knights, dragoons and skirmishers.)

Longsword
(WP:5; suitable for knights, rogues, beast warriors, infiltrators, marauders, regulators, skirmishers and winged warriors.)

Mace
(WP:5; suitable for clerics, knights, alchemists, infiltrators, marauders and necromancers.)

Scythe
(WP:5; suitable for rogues, alchemists, artisans and necromancers.)

Shield
(SP:5; deflective; suitable for knights, dragoons, regulators and skirmishers.)

Shuriken
(WP:5; ranged; retrievable throwing weapon; suitable for rangers, rogues, beast warriors, infiltrators, scholars and winged warriors.)

Spear
(WP:5; suitable for barbarians, dragoons, skirmishers and winged warriors.)

Staff
(WP:5; suitable for clerics, mages, artisans, necromancers and regulators.)

Wand
(WP:5; suitable for mages, necromancers and scholars.)

Whip
(WP:5; suitable for rogues, artisans, beast warriors, harlots, marauders and necromancers.)

SERVICES AVAILABLE:

Upgrade equipment (+1 point):

Any weapon can be upgraded with this service, adding one point to its power per upgrade. Each upgrade costs the amount of WP the weapon has after the upgrade times ten. For example, when a Sword (WP: 3) is upgraded to a Sword (WP: 4), it costs 40 gold. When an Axe (WP: 6) is upgraded to an Axe (WP: 7), it costs 70 gold. You can also upgrade the SP of shields this way.

You can order several upgrades for your weapon or shield, but the costs will stack. For example, upgrading a Mace (WP: 3) to a Mace (WP: 5) will cost {40 + 50 =} 90 gold.

Merge equipment with an elemental gem:

You need a weapon and an elemental gem for this service. Merging the gem will give the weapon the elemental attribute of the used gem, but the gem itself will not be available to use anymore. A shield can be equipped with a gem as well, granting immunity to the respective element. This service costs 50 gold.

The merging can be undone to get the gem back, but it will cost another 50 gold. Multiple gems can be imbued into one weapon or shield, but they all need to be merged separately.

Mythrilize equipment (+10 points):

You need a weapon or a shield and some Mythril Ore, which is a very rare item, for this service. Forging the equipment with Mythril Ore will increase its power by ten points, but the ore will be expended. This can only be done once to any piece of equipment, and it will be renamed with the "Mythril"-prefix. An adamantine weapon or shield cannot be mythrilized. This service costs 100 gold.

Adamantize equipment (+25 points):

You need a weapon or a shield and some Adamatite Ore, which is an incredibly rare ancient item, for this service. Forging the equipment with Adamatite Ore will increase its power by twenty-five points, but the ore will be expended. This can only be done once to any piece of equipment, and it will be renamed with the "Adamantine"-prefix. A mythril weapon or shield cannot be adamantized. This service costs 250 gold.

FABIAN FANCYFEATHER’S FANTABULOUS FASHION BOUTIQUE

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“Do you fancy a new silken robe, Miss Mage? Maybe a stylish hat for you, Mr Ranger? This armour would look fantastic on you, Mr Big Burly Barbarian! I’ll give you a make-over so fantabulous even your own mother won’t recognize you!”

ITEMS FOR SALE (Note: the amount of artifacts you can equip at once is limited by your level):

Headwear:

heroica-eyepatch_zps368a1be3.jpgEyepatch (1/2 chance to prevent blinded-effect; headwear.) Costs 20 gold. *2 IN STOCK*

heroica-peasantshood.jpgPeasant’s Hood (Max. Health +1; headwear.) Costs 20 gold.

heroica-helmet.jpgHelmet (Max. Health +1; headwear.) Costs 20 gold. *4 IN STOCK*

heroica-leathercap.jpgLeather Cap (SP:1; headwear.) Costs 30 gold.

8550089160_080da00618_t.jpgGentleman's Hat (SP: 1; the wearer has a 1/2 chance to not be affected by asleep; suitable for men; headwear.) Costs 30 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-orcishhelmet.jpgOrcish Helmet (SP:2, suitable for non-humans only; headwear.) Costs 60 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Explorer's Dented Helm (SP:2; suitable for Rangers, evokers, wardens, and marauders; headwear.) Costs 60 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-duplovianhelmet.jpgDuplovian Helmet of the Guard (SP:2, immune to magic and healing; headwear.) Costs 300 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-tricorne.jpgTricorne (SP:3; headwear.) Costs 120 gold.

heroica-mysticveil.jpgMystic Veil (Max. Health +1, Max. Ether +2, suitable for mages, clerics, chi monks, decamon drafters, minstrels, necromancers, scholars and weather mages; headwear.) Costs 120 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-pointyhat.jpgPointy Hat (Max. Ether +2, suitable for mages, clerics, necromancers, scholars and weather mages; headwear.) Costs 80 gold.

heroica-magicaltiara.jpgMagical Tiara (Max. Ether +3; headwear.) Costs 120 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-sedgehat.jpgSedge Hat (Max. Ether +4; headwear.) Costs 160 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-sagesmitre.jpgSage’s Mitre (Power +2, Max. Ether +4, suitable for sages; headwear.) Costs 200 gold.

heroica-thornydiadem.jpgThorny Diadem (Power +3 but Max. Health -6; headwear.) Costs 160 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-steropesheaddress.jpgSterope’s Headdress (Grants the ability to spend a turn to fly out of a battle and return to it later if it is still going; the wearer cannot affect the battle in any way when they are away from it; suitable to winged warriors only; headwear) Costs 50 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-whiteninjacowl.jpgWhite Ninja Cowl (Once per battle, the wearer can choose to hide for up to three rounds, avoiding Free Hits; the effect ends if the user targets an enemy; suitable to rogues, beast warriors, chi monks and infiltrators; headwear) Costs 60 gold.

heroica-tinhelmet.jpgTin Helmet (Protects from confused- and hexed-effects; headwear.) Costs 80 gold.

heroica-deathmask.jpgDeath Mask (Increases assassination chances to 1/3 when the target’s health is lowered to 1/3; suitable to assassins; headwear) Costs 300 gold.

Bodywear:

prizearmor.jpgArmor of the Draugr (Max. health +2; bodywear.) Costs 40 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-leatherarmor.jpgLeather Armour (SP:1, suitable for barbarians, knights, rogues, rangers, beast warriors, cannoneers, dragoons, harlots, inflitrators, marauders, minstrels, regulators, skirmishers, vindicators and winged warriors; bodywear.) Costs 30 gold.

heroica-knightsarmor.jpgKnight’s Armour (SP:3, suitable for knights; bodywear.) Costs 90 gold.

light_armor.jpgLight Armor (SP:3, suitable for knights and clerics; bodywear.) Costs 100 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Nordic Stomach Guard (SP:3, suitable for barbarians, regulators and beast warriors; bodywear.) Costs 120 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-paladinsarmor.jpgPaladin’s Armour (SP:4, Max. Ether +2; suitable for paladins; bodywear.) Costs 200 gold.

heroica-blackknightsarmor.jpgBlack Knight’s Armour (SP:4, protects from stunned-effect; suitable for black knights; bodywear.) Costs 200 gold.

heroica-unholyarmor.jpgUnholy Armour (SP:5, immunity to light and darkness, suitable to paladins and dark knights; bodywear.) Costs 500 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-heavyarmor.jpgHeavy Armour (SP:5, protects from fragile-effect, suitable for barbarians, knights, dragoons, skirmishers, regulators and vindicators; bodywear.) Costs 230 gold.

heroica-shamanicplate.jpgShamanic Plate (Max. Health +2, Max. Ether +2; Blood Ritual does double damage to the target; suitable for shamans; bodywear.) Costs 150 gold.

Carapace (SP:3, immunity to SP Reduction, bodywear.) Costs 140 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-robeofthemagi.jpgRobe of the Magi (SP:1, suitable for mages, clerics, alchemists, chi monks, decamon drafters, necromancers, regulators, scholars and weather mages; bodywear.) Costs 30 gold.

heroica-robeofthearchmagi.jpgRobe of the Archmagi (SP:3, Max. Ether +5, protects from sealed-effect, suitable for mages, clerics, necromancers, scholars and weather mages; bodywear.) Costs 300 gold.

HeroicaItem-RobeElvenNecromancer.jpgRobe of the Elven Necromancer (SP:4, suitable for mages, clerics and necromancers; bodywear.) Costs 160 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Robe of the Pongcanis Champion (Power +1 on the front row, SP:1 on the back row; suitable for barbarians and mages; bodywear.) Costs 60 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Backwear:

heroica-clericscloak.jpgWhite Cloak (Max. Health +3, suitable for clerics, alchemists and scholars; backwear.) Costs 60 gold.

Tailored Overcoat (SP:1, suitable for rangers, rogues and beast warriors; backwear.) Costs 30 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-lesseretherealcloak.jpgLesser Ethereal Cloak (SP:1, Max. Ether +3; backwear.) Costs 150 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-etherealcloak.jpgEthereal Cloak (SP:2, Max. Ether +4, suitable for mages, clerics, necromancers, scholars and weather mages; backwear.) Costs 220 gold.

heroica-maraudersmantle.jpgMarauder’s Mantle (Grants permanent reinforced-effect, doubling defense; suitable to marauders; backwear) Costs 500 gold.

Tridentian Cape (Max ether +3, immunity to blinded; suitable for mages, clerics, necromancers and scholars; backwear) Costs 160 gold. *2 IN STOCK*

heroica-desertcloak.jpgDesert Cloak (Immunity to fire-, earth- and wind-elemental damage; backwear.) Costs 300 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

The Rat Queen's Cape (All vermin enemies are enamored with the wearer for the first three rounds of combat, suitable for alchemists, beast warriors, chi monks and witches; backwear.) Costs 120 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Cloak of the Blue Assassin (SP:1, suitable to rogues; backwear.) Costs 30 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-rangersquiver.jpgRanger’s Quiver (WP +1 to bows and crossbows, suitable for rangers, beast warriors, infiltrators, weather mages and winged warriors; backwear.) Costs 20 gold.

heroica-quiverofhomingarrows.jpgQuiver of Homing Arrows (Rolls of AIM become HIT; can only be used with a bow or a crossbow; backwear.) Costs 200 gold.

heroica-huntersquiver.jpgHunter’s Quiver (WP +2 to bows and crossbows, allows the hunter to favour two types at the same time, suitable for hunters, beast warriors, infiltrators, weather mages and winged warriors; backwear.) Costs 240 gold.

Handwear:

heroica-counterstrikegloves.jpgCounterstrike Gloves (If the wearer is damaged by a Free Hit, they counter with strength equal to their level; handwear.) Costs 80 gold.

heroica-pugilistsgloves.jpgPugilist’s Gloves (Power +2, protects from weakened-effect; handwear.) Costs 80 gold.

heroica-spellboundgloves.jpgSpellbound Gloves (Spellpower +5; handwear.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-magiciansgloves.jpgMagician’s Gloves (Spellpower +10; suitable to mages; handwear.) Costs 150 gold.

heroica-sterilegloves.jpgSterile Gloves (Protects from poisoned- and bleeding–effects; handwear.) Costs 80 gold.

heroica-rubbergloves.jpgRubber Gloves (For Mixture, the die is rolled three times instead of twice, and the highest two results determine the created item; suitable to alchemists; handwear.) Costs 300 gold.

heroica-stickygloves.jpgSticky Gloves (Increases the amount of gold stolen by 50% (rounded up), suitable for rogues and beast warriors; handwear.) Costs 500 gold.

heroica-nunchaku.jpgNunchaku (Gives unarmed attacks the Dual Strike property, allowing the wearer to hit two enemies listed next to each other in one turn, or one enemy twice; suitable to chi monks; handwear.) Costs 500 gold.

heroica-metalclaw.jpgMetal Claw (Unarmed attacks drain health from the enemy equal to 50% of the strength of the attack (rounded up); handwear.) Costs 250 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Footwear:

heroica-highheels.jpgHigh Heels (Power +1; suitable for women; footwear.) Costs 40 gold

heroica-barbariansboots.jpgBarbarian’s Boots (Changes “Natural Respite” job trait into “Restoration”, restoring full health after every battle; suitable for barbarians, chi monks, beast warriors and winged warriors; footwear.) Costs 50 gold.

heroica-swiftboots.jpgSwift Boots (Changes HIDE into STEAL & HIDE, allowing the wearer to steal gold equal to the target’s level if it carries gold in addition to hiding; suitable to rogues; footwear.) Costs 60 gold.

heroica-wingedsandals.jpgWinged Sandals (Protects from bound- and slowed-effects; footwear.) Costs 80 gold.

thmb_fightboots.jpgFighting Boots (Power +5 on the front row; suitable to barbarians, knights, rogues, beast warriors, chi monks, dragoons, harlots, infiltrators, marauders, skirmishers, regulators, vindicators and winged warriors; footwear.) Costs 200 gold.

Accessories:

heroica-armmountedshield.jpgArm-Mounted Shield (Max. Health +1; accessory.) Costs 30 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-crocodilebelt.jpgCrocodile Belt (Max. Health +2; accessory.) Costs 40 gold. *2 IN STOCK*

heroica-crocodilehandbag.jpgCrocodile Handbag (Max. Ether +2; accessory.) Costs 60 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-blessedamulet.jpgBlessed Amulet (Protects from cursed-effect; accessory.) Costs 40 gold.

heroica-goggles.jpgGoggles (Protects from blind-effect; accessory.) Costs 40 gold.

heroica-heartlocket.jpgHeart Locket (Protects from enamored-effect; accessory.) Costs 40 gold.

heroica-magesmuffler.jpgMage’s Muffler (Protects from sealed-effect; accessory.) Costs 40 gold.

heroica-enchantedbracelet.jpgEnchanted Bracelet (Protects from sealed-effect; accessory.) Costs 40 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-sandmansparasol.jpgSandman’s Parasol (Protects from asleep- and fast asleep –effects; accessory.) Costs 80 gold.

heroica-shacklesofwar.jpgShackles of War (Prevents anyone from fleeing battles; accessory.) Costs 20 gold.

heroica-snakeeyecharm.jpgSnake Eye Charm (Protects from petrified-effect; accessory.) Costs 40 gold.

item_paperdoll.jpgPaper Doll (Protects from hexed; accessory.) Costs 40 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Magic Viper Skin (Restores 1 health to wearer each round of battle unless knocked out; accessory). Costs 60 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

heroica-encoreplectrum.jpgEncore Plectrum (If the same Battle Song is sung for more than one round in a row, the song’s ether cost for the consecutive rounds is halved; suitable to minstrels; accessory.) Costs 100 gold.

heroica-trendyhandbag.jpgTrendy Handbag (Protects from whichever negative effect was last inflicted in battle to someone else; accessory.) Costs 200 gold.

heroica-badluckcharm.jpgBad Luck Charm (Makes the sorcerer’s spells - including Razzmatazz and Sleight of Hand - cause an additional jinxed-effect but increases their ether cost by 1; suitable for sorcerers; accessory) Costs 200 gold.

heroica-witchsamulet.jpgWitch’s Talisman (Makes the witch’s poisonous attacks cause poisoned by 10-effect instead of poisoned by 1; suitable for witches; accessory.) Costs 400 gold.

Alchemist's Cheatsheet (1/3 chance to make two of the same Mixture on rolls of Shield, suitable to alchemists; accessory.) Costs 200 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

Beast Totem (The wearer may choose to enter battle in Beast Form, suitable for beast warriors; accessory) Costs 200 gold. *1 IN STOCK*

SERVICES AVAILABLE:

Merge an artefact with a gem or a scroll for added protection:

Any artefact can be imbued at this store with elemental gems or effect scrolls. Merging will give the artefact an added power to protect the wearer from the element of the gem or the effect of the scroll during battles. The gem or scroll will not be available for use after being merged. This service costs 50 gold.

The merging of gems can be undone at the price of another 50 gold, but scrolls cannot be recovered.

Sell artefacts for resale:

Any artefact can be sold to Fabian, and he will add said item to his stock. The seller must name their price, and Fabian will either accept it or make a counter offer. The sold artefact will be put on sale for twice the price that Fabian paid for it.

Note that artefacts permanently sold by Fabian can be automatically sold back to him for half their original price.

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Atramor steps out the Heroica Hall, and discovers the marketplace is now open. Having 10 coins, he quickly approaches Gnomeo's Tools.

"Hello, dwarf."

"Dwarf? You little...I'm a gnome! Are you blind, do you not see the hat? Nyeh!"

Atramor picks up a shovel, and examines the price tag.

"10 coins, huh?"

He hands the gnome a small pouch of coins, 'sheaths' the shovel, and browses the marketplace. Though he's broke.

Edited by CallMePieOrDie

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Cronk buy Bedroll from Mr. Gnomeo for 5 gold. Cronk like sleep under stars. Stars pretty. Cronk thank Mr. Gnomeo.

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"I'll take that one, please", said Hybros, pointing to a shovel in Gnomeo's Tool Shed. Gnomeo handed the digging device over, and Hybros poured out all of his coins into the merchant's hairy hands.

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Henry hadn't bought something for years, so this would be a complete now feeling. But the merchants seemed to be against thieving for some reason, and therefore he resigned and went to the gnome named Gnomeo.

"Er, I'd like to buy this Bedroll over there. 5 Gold, ain't it?"

Begrudgingly he handles the gnome his gold he had killed so hard for. After he had cautiously checked that no fellow Rogue had seen him (that was quite embarrassing; a Rogue buying stuff!), he went away as far as he could.

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Walks into marketplace.

"Hello Mrs. PORTIA."

"Hi there! What can I interest you in today?"

"Could I buy some Venom?"

"Yes you may!"

Hands over the gold and receives the Smoke Bomb.

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Eric wandered through the freshly renovated Marketplace. He needed some fresh air after indulging in huge quantities of alcohol. After browsing throught the wares the merchants had to offer, Eric decided to pick up a bedroll, even though he was deeply intrigued by the Mockthril shurikens. Too bad there was no imposter-Crusader around to buy some. He took out 5 gold and paid the Gnome. Even Barbarians liked to sleep comfortable at times.

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Walking into the market. Althior sees a shovel.

Cool! he thinks. he then goes over to the gnome manning the stall and pays him 10 gold for the shovel.

Edited by K-nut

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Sylph approached Gnomeo's stall haltingly. When he arrived he pulled 5 coins from his poach and said, "Ok, I'd like a bedroll please." The Gnome complied with a grunted "Nyah!" and Sylph returned to the hall. (5 gold for bedroll)

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Swinging down from the saddle of his destrier, Adelric forced his way through the pressing crowd; occasionally using his heavy shield to nudge smallfolk out of the way. Coming upon the stall marked as PORTIA'S POTION SHACK, Adelric set down five gold coins and flashed a courteous smile as he pointed out a potion in a slim, corked cylinder.

Before making his way toward the hall, the knight frowned at the condition of his bedroll; torn and filthy. Twisting around, he spied GNOMEO'S TOOLSHED. A quick detour in that direction brought him to a new bedroll and five less gold pieces in his purse. Grunting quietly at the feel of the empty leather hanging from his belt, Adelric tugged at the reins of his warhorse, trudging past some less trustworthy dealers to make his way to Heroica Hall.

((Summary: Portia's Potion Shack -- 1 potion at 5 gold total.

Gnomeo's Toolshed -- 1 bedroll at 5 gold total.

Grand total of 10 gold spent))

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(Previous Post, #4 in Main Topic)

IC: Ruitath and Atramor walked down the dirt and gravel paths of Eubric seeing peasants and nobles mingling with each other, with the bustle of average duties of the day. After walking a couple blocks, they could see a great crowd of people joining.

Sellers yelled prices into the fray as traders argued and bickered back and forth. Large carts of crops came bumbling through with small mice chasing after it. In one corner, a large hired guard picked up a small boy while a woman, probably his mother, reprimanded him with large hand gestures. Nothing quite like it.

The crowd's density lighten up quite a bit, as the two walked their way towards the back where all the special shops, booths, and stalls were. Atramor walked up to Gnomeo's Toolshed...

Atramor steps out the Heroica Hall, and discovers the marketplace is now open. Having 10 coins, he quickly approaches Gnomeo's Tools.

"Hello, dwarf."

"Dwarf? You little...I'm a gnome! Are you blind, do you not see the hat? Nyeh!"

Atramor picks up a shovel, and examines the price tag.

"10 coins, huh?"

He hands the gnome a small pouch of coins, 'sheaths' the shovel, and browses the marketplace. Though he's broke.

...and Ruitath headed over to Portia's Potion Shack.

"How are you today, traveler?" asked Portia.

"I've been better..." Ruitath commented. He tapped his index finger on his chin pondering his possibilities on what go buy and what would be useful during his new job. After deciding, he picked up a lightning bomb and handed 10 Gold to Portia leaving him with only 0 Gold left.

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He took of his hood and reorganized his things, realizing he didn't have enough room on his belt to hold everything.

Near by, a few beggers and bums had chests of clothing and other accessories that were unsorted. As Atramor was buying his things, he dug around and found an adventurer's pack.

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He exchanged some talk with one and bought it with some very small coins (0 Gold, just character clothing change).

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He then reorganized his items and met back up with Atramor...

Summary: 1 Item bought from Portia: Lightning Bomb, -10 Gold, 0 Gold Left.

Edited by Forestboy

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Seeing that the market place had opened, Sven made his way over and started browsing the available wares,

He liked it here, it was less crowded, to many people gave him anxiety, they might see him for a fraund.

Going over to Portia's Potion Shack he quickly buys a potion for 5 Gold, then seeing the little Gnome fellow he hands him another 5 gold for a bedroll.

((Summary: Portia's Potion Shack -- 1 potion at 5 gold total.

Gnomeo's Toolshed -- 1 bedroll at 5 gold total.

Grand total of 10 gold spent

o gold left))

His spending had left him poor in pocket but rich in items.

Edited by SirSven7

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Sir Christopher buys One Potion form Portia's potion shack for 5 Gold. Then Chris walks over to the Gnome's Tool shed and buys One Bedroll for another 5 gold. For a grand total of 10 Gold. Chris thanked both of the merchants for their services and having depleted his gold returned to Heroica Hall with his new items.

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"Bob would like to buy a shovel! Bob heard that shovels can find treasure! Bob loves treasure!"

Bob headed over to Gnomeos, picked up a shovel, and left 10 gold behind. It seemed like almost everyone who wasn't sleeping off a late night drinking was making a mad rush on the potions, bedrolls, and shovels.

After the initial excitement of the shovel had warn off, Bob realized he was penniless again. Well, at least the food and drink around here was free, so he wouldn't starve.

(Bob buys shovel for ten gold, leaving Bob with 0 gold)

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Buys venom for 5, sells smoke bomb for 2, so:

10-5+2= 7

Oh, I shall buy a bedroll too, so 2 gold left.

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Atramor is feeding McCafferey some more seed out of his hand.

"Hope we get the same quests, man. Rogues gotta stick together, yaknow?"

To not spam up this topic check on the Quest sign-ups, the duo returns to Heroica Hall.

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Bartholomew purchases a bedroll for 5 gold, before returning to Heroica Hall.

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Erdathcath (suddenly realizing the importance of a bed roll) purchases 1 Bedroll for 5 Gold, and returns to her conversation with Trotter.

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On his way out of the Hall, Trotter stopped and bought and BEDROLL for 5 GOLD.

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Ellaria had returned to Heroica Hall once, but after hearing the ruckus from the inside, she hadn't dared to enter. Now she was just spending time wandering around Eubric. She finally came to the Marketplace, where she decided to spend what little gold she had.

Ellaria bought another Potion from Portia and a Bedroll from Gnomeo, for a total of 10 gold. She was now stranded on this strange city without any money, but she had faith things would take a turn for the better soon.

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Lord Boomingham, while wandering the streets before returning to the bar, had bought a Bedroll from Gnomeo for 5 gold, leaving him with 5 gold.

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Seeking to flee from the madness in Heroica Hall for a few hours, Jess walked into the marketplace, her measly ten coins burning a hole in her coin purse. She promptly saw the vials of venom at Portia's Potion Shack, and headed there.

"One vial of venom, please," Jess said, as she handed over her five coins.

Pocketting the venom with her other bottle, Jess walked over to Gnomeo's Toolshed.

"Nevermind," Jess told the dwarf, after looking through his wares.

Jess then walked back to Heroica Hall, her two vials of venom jingling together with every step.

Summary: One vial of venom from Portia's Potion Shack, leaving 5 gold.

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Sells Remedy for 10 gold.

You have to sell items for half their value, so Remedies can only be sold for 5 Gold.

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