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Darthsion64 posted on Oct 02, 2006 2:40:14 PM - Report post
I just killed the Royal Guard guy that spawns every day at the courtyard (place just outside where you teleport into) and sell the armor to the other guy with the 8000 gold and I was only lvl 6 I believe when I was attacked, don't worry as long as you have an ebony longsword you can beat him (and in case your wondering where I got the ebony longsword from, I killed the orc and looted it at the Gorak manor in Caldera)I also enchanted it with a 100 poision atack cast when used attack and used the grand soul gem with the winged twighlight in it) (thinks) hhmm wonder what it's like to have your soul trapped in a sowrd. Can't be very fun being whacked all the time)
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Chaos394 posted on Nov 09, 2006 1:12:34 AM - Report post
hah used the mudcrab merchant easily killed mournhold guards in like 4 hits took there armor sold it to mudcrab rested for 24 hours he gots 10000 again go back kill another guard repeat process "note: only if ur tough enough to kill mournhold guards"
[Edited by Chaos394, 11/9/2006 1:13:02 AM]
the_reaper posted on Nov 19, 2006 10:51:08 AM - Report post
heres what i do i kill every indoril guard i can find and sell their armor
OR if you have goty kill the wood elf after you refuse to give him some cash that way he will have ebony armor and just sell that
FINAL WAY TO MAKE SOME CASH GLITCH YOUR MERCENTILE AND PERSONALITY TO EXTREME HIGHTS THEN SELL ONE THING FOR ALL THEIR GOLD (IN MOURNHOLD THERES AN ARMORER WITH 10000 GOLD sell one peice of cheap armor and raise the price to the maximum she will say yes this way you can sell things for ridiculous prices
Mikey_two_guns posted on Nov 20, 2006 12:37:48 AM - Report post
If I ever need money I usually just kill 6 or 7 ordinators in vivec (by taunting them until they attack me, to avoid bounty) then I take their armor and weapons (usually just an ebony mace) to the mudcrab, sleep then sell until its all gone.
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