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I have 60000 gold in chapter 6. Is there anything notable to purchase?

I've already purchased the Tower Shield +3 and Bracers of 3 AC, that's all I could find in the shops worthy of anything. Any suggestions? Even spells.

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  • StummvonBordwehrStummvonBordwehr Member, Mobile Tester Posts: 325
    edited July 9
    I always visit mrs Cragmoon in the bridge district and Roger in the sewers for their potions.

    I also visit Adratha in druid grove
    Before I take her head


    The temples also has some cool potions. I really like potions....

    I would then buy the reflection shield, ring of air control, recharge all my wands (if you havent already). And then buy all the protection spells needed (aka the green spells) - the two protection from magic is a must.

    Ps. 60.000 gp will not suffice visiting mrs Cragmoon when I go there - but then again I really like potions..

    lnstructorGreenWarlock
  • BorekBorek Member Posts: 356
    You can use potions of Thievery/perception to increase pick pockets to over 250 then steal any items that may be needed from most merchants. Ribald can't be stolen from, but i believe all the others can, you can also use the Shadow Thief merchant and/or Roger in the Sewers as fences who will buy stolen goods from you, this will effectively give you unlimited funds should you desire.

    StummvonBordwehrlnstructor
  • lnstructorlnstructor Member Posts: 16
    Do you think I could kill the red dragon with a level 11 party? Providing I'll use enough protection scrolls, and I've found Dragonbane Halberd. I don't know if my guys can even hit him yet.

  • Grond0Grond0 Member Posts: 3,326

    Do you think I could kill the red dragon with a level 11 party? Providing I'll use enough protection scrolls, and I've found Dragonbane Halberd. I don't know if my guys can even hit him yet.

    If you have a thief between levels 11-16 just lay 7 traps around Firkraag. You can then attack him and run away while you wait for him to die ...

    StummvonBordwehrBorekMontresor_SPlnstructor
  • dunbardunbar Member Posts: 1,258
    Don't forget the black market vendors that only appear at night (on the roofs in the slum district and at the western end of the bridge district) - they sell some high level, hard to find, spells.

    BorekThacoBell
  • lnstructorlnstructor Member Posts: 16
    Grond0 said:

    I've already purchased the Tower Shield +3 and Bracers of 3 AC, that's all I could find in the shops worthy of anything. Any suggestions? Even spells.

    Thank you.

  • borntodieborntodie Member Posts: 18
    edited July 11
    Did you buy the Robe of Vecna, the Shield of Balduran and the Girdle of Hill Giant Strength? The defender of easthaven? Did you visit the merchant outside Watcher's Keep?

    You can kill Firkraag really easily with the Feeblemind spell, because it does not turn him hostile if this spell fails. Just keep casting the spell until it sticks and then kill him while he just stands there being stupid. A solo naked level 9 mage can do it.

    If you want a fair fight, it's better to have a few extra levels first.

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