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The Armorer of the Order is more the name of the place, than of the individual. The "Order Armorer" himself comes from a long line of armorers. He and the "Order Merchant" run the establishment which can be found just opposite the steps leading to the slums of Vizima's Temple Quarter, on Roper Street. Their main competition is Malcolm Stein.
Order Merchant Edit
The merchant sticks to mainly:
Order Armorer Edit
The armorer, on the other hand, buys an amazing variety of goods:
- books and scrolls, pays as much as the Antiquary
- all the expensive minerals, but he rips you off, badly
- jewelry, but he rips you off, badly
- clothing, one of few traders who can buy Geralt's basic armor
- barghest skulls and fleder fangs
- blade enhancements
- armor, actually buys Geralt's "old" Studded Leather Jacket
- some ingredients, pays twice as much as the Herbalist
- For 70 the armorer can make a lightning rod.
Associated quests Edit
- The Sentry
- Suspect: Vivaldi
- Force Recon
- Six Feet Under (from Chapter III)
- Echoes of Yesterday (from Chapter III)
Trading conditions Edit
- Chapter I
- Chapter II
- If you worked with Siegfried in the sewers, then he will deal with you at the beginning of Chapter II.
- Will make a lightning rod for The Sentry quest, despite not being called a blacksmith, but he charges 70 , which is 20 more than his dwarven competitor - Malcolm Stein.
- If you clear Vivaldi of suspicion, he will stop dealing to you.
- If you side with the Order in the Swamp during the Force Recon quest line in Chapter II, he will start dealing to you (again).
- If you side with the Scoia'tael in the Swamp during the Force Recon quest line in Chapter II, he will stop dealing to you.
- Chapter III
- If you complete the quest Six Feet Under in Chapter III, he will start doing business with you.
- If you complete the quest Echoes of Yesterday in Chapter III, he will stop doing business with you.
- If you choose the Order path in Gold Rush in Chapter III, he will (presumably) start doing business with you (some users report that he did not start doing business with them). To be safe, complete Six Feet Under and Echoes of Yesterday so that the second one you complete advances the same side as your future choice in Gold Rush, or be forced to use the swordsmith in the Marketplace if you want one of your swords reforged.
- If you choose the Scoia'tael path in Gold Rush in Chapter III, he will completely stop talking to you. However, his shopkeeper the Order Merchant will continue doing business with you (assuming that he has been friendly to you before the Gold Rush).