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September 02, 2014, at 03:49 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Duckbat's Aard Database
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  • Aardfaq's Aard Database
September 30, 2013, at 05:52 AM EST by Guinness
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back to item menu
July 20, 2013, at 08:15 PM EST by Guinness
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Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good to identify all items as\\

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  Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good to identify all items as\\
July 20, 2013, at 08:10 PM EST by Guinness
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 Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good to identify all items as\\
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Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good to identify all items as\\

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Equipment Database Links

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Equipment Database Links:

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  • Duckbat's Aard DB Page
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  • Duckbat's Aard Database
July 20, 2013, at 08:07 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Alhena's Personal Site - Contact Alhena with questions.
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  • Alhena's Personal Site
July 20, 2013, at 08:05 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Duckbat's Aard DB Page
  • The Knights of Perdition Equipment Database
July 20, 2013, at 08:00 PM EST by Guinness
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  Closed clan gear is considered to be some of the best equipment in the game.
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  Raided gear is considered to be some of the best equipment in the game.
July 20, 2013, at 07:59 PM EST by Guinness
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  Considered to be some of the best pieces of equipment in the game.
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  Closed clan gear is considered to be some of the best equipment in the game.
July 20, 2013, at 07:58 PM EST by Guinness
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  Considered to usually be the best pieces of equipment in the game.
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  Considered to be some of the best pieces of equipment in the game.
July 20, 2013, at 07:56 PM EST by Guinness
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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it (at an expensive price) making closed gear the most favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it (at an expensive price) making closed gear the most favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item, and can be sold to other clanned or unclanned players.

July 20, 2013, at 07:55 PM EST by Guinness
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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it (at an expensive price) making closed gear the most favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it (at an expensive price) making closed gear the most favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

July 20, 2013, at 07:53 PM EST by Guinness
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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it (at an expensive price) making closed gear the most favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

July 20, 2013, at 07:52 PM EST by Guinness
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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to these shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

July 20, 2013, at 07:51 PM EST by Guinness
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Only accessible to players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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Only players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

July 20, 2013, at 06:56 PM EST by Guinness
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  • "clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "runto <clan_name>"
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  • Check out the clist for a list of clan names, then use claninfo <clan_name> for information on each clan, then you can runto <clan_name>
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will have a Masterpiece item or two that has the ability to be more powerful (but not always).

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will sometimes have a Masterpiece item or two with the ability to be more powerful.

July 20, 2013, at 06:50 PM EST by Guinness
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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the potsearch command to find a potion that will grant this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the potsearch command to find a potion that will grant this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor (runto potions). Most shops can be located with a $ on the automap, other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually through use of the list command. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

July 20, 2013, at 06:46 PM EST by Guinness
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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the potsearch command to find a potion that will grand this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the potsearch command to find a potion that will grant this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

July 20, 2013, at 06:46 PM EST by Guinness
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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the [[help.potsearch | potsearch command to find a potion that will grand this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the potsearch command to find a potion that will grand this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

July 20, 2013, at 06:45 PM EST by Guinness
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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility (try using the [[help.potsearch | potsearch command to find a potion that will grand this ability - potsearch detect invis or potsearch true seeing for available potions). If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

July 20, 2013, at 06:40 PM EST by Guinness
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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

July 20, 2013, at 06:40 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Check out help map for details on how to use decipher the various symbols on a map. Shops are often shown using a $ symbol. If you do not see one of these in a clan hall, try typing list in various rooms, as the dollar sign is not shown in all instances.

  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shopkeeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.
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  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. Check out help map for details on how to use decipher the various symbols on a map. Shops are often shown using a $ symbol. If you do not see one of these in a clan hall, try typing list in various rooms, as the dollar sign is not shown in all instances.
July 20, 2013, at 06:38 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Check out help map for details on how to use decipher the various symbols on a map. Shops are often shown using a $ symbol. If you do not see one of these in a clan hall, try typing list in various rooms, as the dollar sign is not shown in all instances.
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  • Check out help map for details on how to use decipher the various symbols on a map. Shops are often shown using a $ symbol. If you do not see one of these in a clan hall, try typing list in various rooms, as the dollar sign is not shown in all instances.
July 20, 2013, at 06:37 PM EST by Guinness
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  • "help list", "help appraise", "help map"
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  • Check out help map for details on how to use decipher the various symbols on a map. Shops are often shown using a $ symbol. If you do not see one of these in a clan hall, try typing list in various rooms, as the dollar sign is not shown in all instances.
July 20, 2013, at 06:34 PM EST by Guinness
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type list to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type list to see the items available for purchase. Type appraise <item_number> for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: buy <item_number> or buy <quantity> <item_number>.

July 20, 2013, at 06:33 PM EST by Guinness
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type list to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

July 20, 2013, at 06:31 PM EST by Guinness
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, help.potsearch Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

July 20, 2013, at 06:30 PM EST by Guinness
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, help.potsearch Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

July 20, 2013, at 05:59 PM EST by Guinness
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

July 20, 2013, at 05:37 PM EST by Guinness
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

July 20, 2013, at 05:23 PM EST by Guinness
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Closed Clan Shops:

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Closed Clan Shops:

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Equipment Database Links

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Equipment Database Links

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  Note: IWuvAard has many areas that no longer exist on Aardwolf. If the area was REPLACED the EQ may still exist under a new name.
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  Note: IWuvAard has many areas that no longer exist on Aardwolf. If the area was REPLACED the EQ may still exist under a new name.
July 20, 2013, at 04:56 PM EST by Guinness
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Regular Shops:

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Regular Shops:

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Open Clan Shops:

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Open Clan Shops:

May 19, 2009, at 04:23 AM EST by Rathik
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  • Aardwolf public clan equipment list
May 03, 2009, at 09:43 AM EST by Penthesilea
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 Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good identify all items as\\
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 Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good to identify all items as\\
May 03, 2009, at 01:25 AM EST by Sagen
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Only accessible to players that belong to that specific clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is alloted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorible and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targetted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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Only accessible to players that belong to that specific PK clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is allotted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorable and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targeted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

May 03, 2009, at 01:22 AM EST by Sagen
May 03, 2009, at 01:18 AM EST by Sagen
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Close Clan Shops:

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Closed Clan Shops:

May 03, 2009, at 01:18 AM EST by Sagen
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Some of the more popular player-run EQ sites.

DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.

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Equipment Database Links

DISCLAIMER: These are player run websites and the Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for the content on these sites.

May 03, 2009, at 01:16 AM EST by Sagen
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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <quantity> <item_number>'.

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Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <item_number>' or 'buy <quantity> <item_number>.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type/s of item/s available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop. Open halls typically have a room with increased heal and mana rates, with increased rates on their beds, and usually a fountain that quenches both thirst and hunger. They will also sometimes have a portal room to different areas of the Andolor.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type(s) of item(s) available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop.

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Only accessible to players that belong to that specific clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is alloted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorible and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targetted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment bought from a player flagged as a (Raider) will recieve an extra 3 damroll and 3 hitroll per item, as well as a number of stats depending on the level of the item.

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Only accessible to players that belong to that specific clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is alloted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorible and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targetted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment retrieved from a raid will receive extra damroll, hitroll, and stats depending on the level of the item and can be sold other players clanned or unclanned.

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DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.

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DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.

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  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a

shopkeeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

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  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shopkeeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.
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  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.
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  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a

shopkeeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

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 Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good identify all items as certain stats will be more beneficial to you based on your primary class. Also areas that contain Area Quests and/or Goals will have a Masterpiece item or two that has the ability to be more powerful (but not always).
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 Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good identify all items as
certain stats will be more beneficial to you based on your primary class. Also areas that contain Area Quests and/or Goals
will have a Masterpiece item or two that has the ability to be more powerful (but not always).
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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type/s of item/s available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', othertimes the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop. Open halls typically have a room with increased heal and mana rates, with increased rates on their beds, and usually a fountain that quenches both thirst and hunger. They will also sometimes have a portal room to different areas of the Andolor.

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Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type/s of item/s available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', other times the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop. Open halls typically have a room with increased heal and mana rates, with increased rates on their beds, and usually a fountain that quenches both thirst and hunger. They will also sometimes have a portal room to different areas of the Andolor.

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  Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good identify all items as certain stats will be more beneficial to you based on your primary class. Also areas that contain Area Quests and/or Goals will have a Masterpiece item or two that has the ability to be more powerful (but not always).
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 Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good identify all items as certain stats will be more beneficial to you based on your primary class. Also areas that contain Area Quests and/or Goals will have a Masterpiece item or two that has the ability to be more powerful (but not always).
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Some of the more popular player-run EQ sites.

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Some of the more popular player-run EQ sites.

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  Some of the more popular player-run EQ sites. (DISCLAIMER!!!: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.)
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Some of the more popular player-run EQ sites.

DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.

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Where - Shops

Many clans have shops that sell equipment to the general public. You do not be a member of a clan in order to purchase this gear. (Yes, they typically have stores that are not open to the public as well.) This equipment is typically pretty good but tends to be on the pricey side. Many of the clans now have lower level equipment. Players who gather equipment often times sell them to these same clan shops and they in turn are offered for sale at the clan shop. So at a clan shop you can find that clan's equipment and you may find equipment from anywhere on Aardwolf. Not every clan has a public shop and some clans sell only other items, such as potions. Many times gear is invisible, if you can not detect invisible, then you will not be able to purchase it. There are detect invisibility potions available in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. To find a shop in a clan hall, explore and type "List". If you are at a shop, List will let you know. Clans are not limited to one shop.

  • "clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "runto <clan_name>"
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Regular Shops:

Aardwolf has quite a variety of shops scattered throughout the world of Andolor. Shops will include up to a handful of the following object types: Lights, Scrolls, Wands, Staffs, Drink-containers, Treasures, Armor, Potions, Food, Containers, Weapons, Boats, and Pills. When you enter a shopkeepers room, type 'list' to see the items available for purchase. Type 'appraise <item_number>' for specific details on each. When you are ready you will use: 'buy <quantity> <item_number>'.

 For example (Potions Shop): Type 'list'

  Num  Level  Price    Qty  Item
  ---  -----  -------  ---  -----------------------------------
    1      0      200  ---  an empty vial

  Quantity - means unlimited supply.
  To see the stats of an item in the store, use 'Appraise <Item>'.

  • "help list", "help appraise", "help map"
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Open Clan Shops:

Many clans offer public halls with shops for the general public. You do not need to be a member of a clan to use their facilities or shops. Each clan varies on the type/s of item/s available as well as the level of the items. Clans have the option of changing their shops as often as they can afford it, so expect items to change/disappear. Often times items are upgraded with the invisibility flag on them, and the only way to see and/or buy these items is being able to detect invisibility. If it's not a natural ability or spell you have, you can find these potions in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. Most shops can be located with a bright green '$' on the 'automap', othertimes the shopkeepers will not appear on the map, and need to be found manually. It is wise to explore the entire open hall of each clan, as they are not limited to only one shop. Open halls typically have a room with increased heal and mana rates, with increased rates on their beds, and usually a fountain that quenches both thirst and hunger. They will also sometimes have a portal room to different areas of the Andolor.

  • "clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "runto <clan_name>"

    Typically open clan gear is better equipment than gameload (regular) gear, however it's always good identify all items as certain stats will be more beneficial to you based on your primary class. Also areas that contain Area Quests and/or Goals will have a Masterpiece item or two that has the ability to be more powerful (but not always).

Close Clan Shops:

Only accessible to players that belong to that specific clan have free access to those shops. Closed clan equipment is alloted one extra point if the clan chooses to take advantage of it an an expensive price making closed gear the more favorible and expensive gear in Aardwolf. Other clanned players can group up and attempt to Raid a targetted clan to try and breach their defenses and break into their clan hall. Closed clan equipment bought from a player flagged as a (Raider) will recieve an extra 3 damroll and 3 hitroll per item, as well as a number of stats depending on the level of the item.

  Considered to usually be the best pieces of equipment in the game.
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  • Alhena's Personal Site - Contact Alhena with questions.
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Many clans have shops that sell equipment to the general public. You do not be a member of a clan in order to purchase this gear. (Yes, they typically have stores that are not open to the public as well.) This equipment is typically pretty good but tends to be on the pricey side. Many of the clans now have lower level equipment. Players who gather equipment often times sell them to these same clan shops and they in turn are offered for sale at the clan shop. So at a clan shop you can find that clan's equipment and you may find equipment from anywhere on Aardwolf. Not every clan has a public shop and some clans sell only other items, such as potions. Many times gear is invisible, if you can not detect invisible, then you will not be able to purchase it. To find a shop in a clan hall, explore and type "List". If you are at a shop, List will let you know. Clans are not limited to one shop.

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Many clans have shops that sell equipment to the general public. You do not be a member of a clan in order to purchase this gear. (Yes, they typically have stores that are not open to the public as well.) This equipment is typically pretty good but tends to be on the pricey side. Many of the clans now have lower level equipment. Players who gather equipment often times sell them to these same clan shops and they in turn are offered for sale at the clan shop. So at a clan shop you can find that clan's equipment and you may find equipment from anywhere on Aardwolf. Not every clan has a public shop and some clans sell only other items, such as potions. Many times gear is invisible, if you can not detect invisible, then you will not be able to purchase it. There are detect invisibility potions available in Aeleron's Alchemy Supplies shop in Aylor. To find a shop in a clan hall, explore and type "List". If you are at a shop, List will let you know. Clans are not limited to one shop.

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  • "clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "runto <clan_name>"
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  Note: IWuvAard has many areas that no longer exist on Aardwolf. If the area was REPLACED the EQ may still exist under a new name.
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  Note: IWuvAard has many areas that no longer exist on Aardwolf. If the area was REPLACED the EQ may still exist under a new name.
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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name.
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  Note: IWuvAard has many areas that no longer exist on Aardwolf. If the area was REPLACED the EQ may still exist under a new name.
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  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name.

  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

  • "help list", "help appraise", "help map"
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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name.
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  Some of the more popular player-run sites. (DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.)
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  Some of the more popular player-run EQ sites. (DISCLAIMER!!!: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.)
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  • IWuvAard - General Resource
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  Some of the more popular player-run sites. (DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.)
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  Some of the more popular player-run sites. (DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.)
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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name. There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.
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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name.

  • There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.
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"clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "help speedwalk"

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  • "clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "help speedwalk"
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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name. 

There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

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  Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name. There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.
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Where - Shops

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  Some of the more popular player-run sites. (DISCLAIMER: The Aardwolf staff accepts no responsibility for out of date sites.)
  • The Midgaardian Publishing Group's Open Clan EQ Outfitter
  • IWuvAard - Great General Resource Note: IWuvAard is out of date and has lots of areas that no longer exist anymore. If area was replaced the EQ might have a new name.

There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

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There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

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2A. Where - Shops Many clans have shops that sell equipment to the general public. You do not be a member of a clan in order to purchase this gear. (Yes, they typically have stores that are not open to the public as well.) This equipment is typically pretty good but tends to be on the pricey side. Many of the clans now have lower level equipment. Players who gather equipment often times sell them to these same clan shops and they in turn are offered for sale at the clan shop. So at a clan shop you can find that clan's equipment and you may find equipment from anywhere on Aardwolf. Not every clan has a public shop and some clans sell only other items, such as potions. Many times gear is invisible, if you can not detect invisible, then you will not be able to purchase it. To find a shop in a clan hall, explore and type "List". If you are at a shop, List will let you know. Clans are not limited to one shop.

"clist", "claninfo <clan_name>", "help speedwalk"

There are shops in Aylor that specialize in equipment, weapons or armor. Scattered throughout the game are other shops in other areas. These can also be the source of reasonably good equipment. If in your travels you see a green $, that indicates a shop keeper and you may want to see what items are available to buy there.

"help list", "help appraise", "help map"