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The merchant can become an expert in most areas, but his true strength lies in his profession – the skilled and mastered merchant will find his services very much needed and will have the possibility to earn himself a fortune by supplying the adventurers of these lands with what they might seek.

NPC Merchants are referred to as Vendors.

Merchant Baseclass

  • As a base class, there are no requirements to join and you are forced to do so at creation.
Merchant Baseclass Skills
Primary (100%) none
Secondary (85%) none
Tertiary(65%) Alchemy, Animal Lore, Item Identification, Arms Lore, Blacksmithy, Bowcraft, Peacemaking, Camping, Carpentry, Cartography, Cooking, Fishing, Herding, Inscription, Tactics, Archery, Tailoring, Animal Taming, Taste Identification, Tinkering, Veterinary, Swordsmanship, Mace fighting, Lumberjacking, Mining, Meditation, Detect Hidden, Tracking, Wrestling, Enticement, Forensic Evaluation, Resisting Spells
Penalty (40%) none
Stat caps
Maximum strength: 70
Maximum intelligence: 85
Maximum dexterity: 70
Maximum combined stats (statcap): 200

Merchant Professions

These are the classes a character can join to advance into a profession, once they have filled the requirements.

  • Alchemist - fighters love their potions
  • Animal tamer - when you need mounts and pets
  • Blacksmith - armors and weapons are their specialty
  • Bowyer - they provide ranged weapons, staffs and ammunition
  • Carpenter - they are provide many things, mainly decorations and boats.
  • Cook - They are sailors, bakers, farmers and miners all wrapped up in one class
  • Scribe - spellbooks and maps
  • Tailor - leather armors and clothing
  • Tinker - the tinker creates the tools everyone needs

NPC Merchants

Also referred to as vendors
  • Alchemist
  • Animal Trainer (same as Animal Tamer)
  • Armourer (same as a Blacksmith, the armor section)
  • Baker (same as a Cook)
  • Barber
  • Barkeeper
  • Beekeeper
  • Bowyer
  • Carpenter
  • Farmer
  • Jeweler
  • Leatherworker
  • Mage
  • Provisioner
  • Scribe
  • Shipwright
  • Tailor
  • TinkerWeaponer (same as a Blacksmith, the weapon section)

See Also

Fighter Magic User Merchant