Opportunities abound to find Treasure
, armor, and more in the Dungeons
you explore. Normally, you can sell your Treasures
when you return to a town or other settlement, provided that you can find buyers and merchants interested in your loot.Arms, Armor, and Other Equipment: As a general rule, undamaged Weapons, armor, and other Equipment fetch half their cost when sold in a market. Weapons and armor used by Monsters are rarely in good enough condition to sell.
: Selling Magic Items
is problematic. Finding someone to buy a potion or a scroll isn’t too hard, but other items are out of the realm of most but the wealthiest nobles. Likewise, aside from a few Common Magic Items
, you won’t normally come across Magic Items
to purchase. The value of magic is far beyond simple gold and should always be treated as such.
Gems, Jewelry, and Art Objects
: These items retain their full value in the marketplace, and you can either trade them in for coin or use them as Currency
for other transactions. For exceptionally valuable Treasures
, the GM might require you to find a buyer in a large town or larger Community First
: On the borderlands, many people conduct transactions through barter. Like gems and Art Objects
, trade goods—bars of iron, bags of salt, livestock, and so on—retain their full value in the market and can be used as Currency