Gold is reset each time the merchant's inventory is reset or every 48 hours. Merchant gold can be increased in several ways:. The merchandise column provides information on what type of merchandise each merchant will buy and sell. In those cases where merchants are not in a typical category, full details are provided on the specific item types they will buy and sell. However, for most merchants, one of the following categories is provided:. If the Merchant perk is unlocked, all merchants will purchase all types of items.
The perk also makes some additional items available for purchase. All vendors will sell you items from their personal inventory, possibly including food, lockpicks, and gems. They will also sell you any bugged items that are in their merchant chests.
Most notably, apothecary merchants will sell a dozen ingredients that normally they are unable to sell. Hence, while the merchant types listed here can be generally relied upon to determine what a merchant will buy from you, they should be regarded as guidelines, not rules, for what the merchant will sell you - for example, this is why the Skyforge chest contains unique items for sale no other merchant sells, even though it is listed as a "Blacksmith" below.
Whenever two merchants are listed together in the following tables, it means that the two merchants share the same merchant chest. Therefore, the merchants will always provide the exact same list of items, and share the same merchant gold. If one of the people is listed in parentheses, that person only takes over the store if the first person dies.
If you are married then your spouse will open a store, whose merchant chest is located inside the home where your spouse lives. If your spouse is on the list below, then he or she will continue to sell the same type of items. Otherwise, your spouse will become a general goods trader. Jump to: navigation , search. The Master Trader perk increases nearly all merchants' gold by The merchants who have more gold are all identified in the notes of the following tables.
The Investor perk allows you to invest gold in certain merchants, after which that merchant will permanently have more gold available. Some merchants are bugged -- they have the dialogue allowing you to pay them gold, but doing so does not result in any permanent change in the merchant's available gold. These merchants are not checked in the "Invest" column in the following tables, but instead the bug is noted on the individual merchant page. Investing in a merchant improves that merchant's disposition towards you, which can count towards becoming a Thane in the relevant Hold, if you are on the appropriate quest to help members of that hold.
She never loses the dialogue option to invest, but her permanent base gold cannot increase, due to a bug. However, the option works just fine with Tacitus Sallustius. Investing in either one after having fixed the bug mentioned above also invests gold in Moth gro-Bagol , due to another bug.
They have theoretically unlimited wealth. It is just that they will only pay up to a certain amount of gold for a single item, or a single stack of items. You can then summon him to your location, regardless of whether you are in Solstheim or Skyrim.
These are only available to people who have joined the Thieves Guild. Each fence has a particular quest that must be completed to make them available. Fences originally only have merchant gold, but that can be increased to , , , and then ultimately gold by upgrading the guild. They are the only merchants who will purchase stolen goods, unless the Fence perk is unlocked. Note: Fences cannot be invested in, but are affected by the Master Trader perk.
Will buy any items and sell a variety of items, usually of lower value than more specific merchant types. Food , Ingredients. Food , Raw Food. Jewelers can never be invested in, and the Master Trader perk does not affect their gold amount. They will both buy and sell magic -related merchandise, including spell tomes , soul gems , enchanted clothing , and the like.
Additionally, they will buy jewelry , regular clothing but not armor , books , scrolls , staves , and Daedric artifacts. New Gnisis Cornerclub. Elda Early-Dawn Nils. Nurelion Quintus Navale. The White Phial. Blacksmith Quarters. Sadri's Used Wares. Wuunferth the Unliving. Palace of the Kings. General; sells Blue Mage Robes. Addvar Greta. Angeline Morrard Vivienne Onis.
Angeline's Aromatics. Solitude Blacksmith. The Winking Skeever. Endarie ; Taarie. Clothing , Jewelry. Fihada Jawanan. Armor , Arrows , Tools , Weapons. Sybille Stentor Melaran. Four Shields Tavern. Register Don't have an account?
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Investing in a store. firehousehouston.com › questions › how-do-you-invest-in-stores-in-s. Investor is a perk that becomes available when the Dragonborn reaches 70 in the Speech skill. Using this perk allows the Dragonborn to invest in certain.