Dudes coming at me with a million iron daggers
@TheHippie52, his armor is made out the daggers, along with all his weapons.
@Hatori, it's like that gif of the chickens pecking the dog for 1 dmg.
@TheHippie52, skyrim reference hype
@TheHippie52, I see you got your smithing up to about 47
@TheHippie52, I was thinking of a quick guy throwing tons of swords while recovering with the food
@blitz220, sounds like hela from Thor.
@TheHippie52, haven't seen that movie yet, but I had a old, wise looking man in mind
@blitz220, ah you gotta see Ragnarok, best Thor movie, top 5 marvel movies
@TheHippie52, soon, maybe if I can find it for free
@TheHippie52, enchanted iron daggers*
I only ever sell junk and scrap to vendors. Why sell anything of value??
@El Batman, That's deep af.
@El Batman, what if instead you funded the final battle with however much money you traded with him
@El Batman, So you can have money to buy that really sweet weapon that makes the game too easy.
@El Batman, what is value but the price a vendor is willing to pay?
Clearly this wasn’t made by a real gamer. We don’t sell anything of real value except as a last resort. I mean we keep hoards of low level potions in reserve at the top level just in case, we have drawers filled with pointless odds and ends of armor and weapons that we couldn’t bare to sell,
We. Are. Hoarders!
@George Feeny, bum bum bummm buuummm (Farmers jingle)
Why would I need to trade stuff I'm pretty much god in Skyrim
@Captain Toothpaste , because sometimes you accidentally pick up a few hundred random potions and selling them instead of dropping them saves your framerate.
@Doctor Krieger, I just drop them because all my stats are at level 1010
Fear the outdated equipment
Basically the plot to the how to train your dragon Netflix series: race to the edge.
I'm a twink. Old lady has all of the upgrade materials and OP shìt that I can't use.
Gwyn save me! She was plotting it all along! "Bring me more souls" she said! Now I'm about to get rekt!
In Pixel Dungeon the wandering merchants can be fought if you attack them, but they are quite challenging
Actually kind of happens in Breath of the Wild when you have to fight the monk.
The crap you give them could feed and arm an army. Have fun storming the castle through a million grunts. I'd pay to see that though.
The superboss of Bravely Default and its sequel, Bravely Second, is the wandering merchant who both acts as a save point and a way to buy various items from a town that you have to slowly rebuild over the course of the game. I dont believe his stats are even remotely based on what you've purchased, but he is the most challenging enemy in the game, and will ruin your day free of charge.
So preatymuch its a unbeatable boss seeing how he will litteraly have 100 of every item in the game
Well if you sold him dragon bones the. He summons multiple skeletal dragons that cant be killed
Wasnt this something that happened in the N64 Castlevania game if you played as the male character and spent too much money?
Congrats, she has 600 low-level potions
@WickedStyx, but they can use all of them simultaneously
@WifitheRouter, but potion effects don’t stack so have fun doing 4% extra damage with bows
@WickedStyx, yea but that’s if you not give them low level pointless potions. What about low level poison and low level regeneration potions. I mean I doubt anyone is selling health or magic potions, even low level ones but I never really bothered with poisons or regeneration potions and usually sold those since the health was better then regeneration until ESO
And he’s using all 30 Killer B style
Unless he is really good at making armor he ain't gonna do shjt with dragon bones
@shmohan, you've never met Havel the Rock, have you?
@Dan S Krieger, oh no I have
@shmohan, then you know the power of a dragon's tooth.
@Dan S Krieger, I sure do
Not sure what he’s gonna do with a bunch of animal pelts and heads of lettuce