also it does not include the Myriad spells (from scrolls) that Pertinax has
on his elvishness.
SMGthere is a list somewhere right? anyone have a ballpark figure?
Brian, thanks for doing the lists. For the record, I was able to see the screenshot. :)
It seems like we’ll definitely sell one of the hand crossbows and leather armor, the dagger, both bracers, and eventually the 2-handed flail. This is 20,431.
For the record, Furnock bought one of the Leather Armor +2’s already, so that needs to be taken off and the corresponding gold added to the party trough.
Man, selling stuff for 50% off blows! What was the deal Meelab made with us for higher? Anyone have that?
Money-wise, I’m thinking it makes sense to keep either the Ring of Evasion or the Cloak of Resistance, but not both.
BRIAN: Well… for Pertinax’s amount of Spells he has “held onto” I would guess a few Thousand in the till… some of them are pretty expensive spells…
And I listed ALL items for everyone to see what was happening… that way it does not come as any surprise to anyone.
I left all of the items in for simple calculation purposes… nothing more.
And if I recall, there was not really any deal for higher priced items. We could sell things at 60% for things 3,000gp and lower (and buy at 40%?? though I may most likely be wrong on the buy aspect)
ROBERTO: > Man, selling stuff for 50% off blows! What was the> deal Meelab made
> with us for higher? Anyone have that?
Indeed. I’m glad Treveylan is on the case.
Money-wise, I’m thinking it makes sense to keep
either the Ring of
Evasion or the Cloak of Resistance, but not both.
I’m not so sure. It really depends on if anyone is
interested. Pertinax, for example, is very interested
in the cloak. The ring is a very, very nice magical
item and it might make more sense to hold on to this
items now. Getting them at 50% value could be too
hard to pass up even if you end up in debt.
Another thing is that I really think that Preiapth of
Health +6 is a very worthwhile item. I think we
should attempt to get it and then give it to one of
the tanks, probably Turtle because she is always in
the front line.
With expensive items liek that pooling resources is
the only way we’ll be able to get them for now.
I made some adjustments to the spreadsheet that Brian sent out with the loot. The price for the ring of command and for the shoes is included in this one, plus the cloak of arachnida. I also made the assumption that the flail is +1. If it’s not we can adjust this easily.
His Elvenness has learned something from the Boy of Helm and has decided to take on heavy debt if no one else wants to stake a claim on the cloak of resistance or the ring of evasion. He will owe the party quite a bit as you can see from the spreadsheet. Furnock would have gotten some debt too but since Florent finally had some gold he paid back the remainder of his debt and Furnock was able to pocket some gold because of it. The final cash amounts to Florent,
Sulmia, Turtle and Treveylan include Florent’s debt payment.
So, Sulmia kept the boots and got 5019 in cash equivalent to spend. Turtle and Treveylan kept nothing and have 11951.4 to
spend in gold equivalent. Florent has 5629.8 to spend after paying his debt and keeping the cloak of protection. Furnock kept the armor, crossbow, cloak of arachnida and ring of command and has 1030.5 to spend on a new frilly shirt.
Pertinax kept the cloak of protection +5, ring of evasion, the spell scrolls and now owes 11397.1 to the other 5 party members. He is going to sell his current cloak of protection +1 to be able to get some gold to eat and to transcribe spells to his spellbook.
He now has another mouth to feed.
ROBERTO via Recalculating the recalculation: sans couverture
For the time being let’s not count the cloak from the medusa (sounds much more ominous that cloak of resistance +5) which no one is going to don for now until we figure this out better. I also took out the cloak of arachnida, which it turns out we do not have (silly me).
Without the cloak of resistance Pertinax’s debt is much lower and as such the hit on everyone else’s pocket is smaller. Florent can still clear his debt and has some gold left to tithe and eat and such (4057 gp). Sulmia has 3406 gp and 3 sp to spend (she made out like a bandit with those fantastic boots). The Half-Blood Prince (henceforth known as HBP) and Turtle actually end up with about the same amount of gold as before because Pertinax’s debt was keeping them down. 11406.3 for each. Furnock now has 4188.8 for his
frilly shirt, booze and the kind of women Florent wishes he was getting it on with. Not enough for that cloak of tarantula he had his eye on though.