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  • Shop This is where you can use your own money, to purchase coins, resources, Ceasefire, certain Battle Items, or featured items (such as the Raid Energy Bag, Rebel Gear Bag, Survivors Crate) etc. See also the 30 days pass and the Supply Depot.
  • To get to the shop, go to Browse the Catalog page under the "Shop" tab on the website, or, on the client, click the "Shop" button on the Home page.
  • Der Shop ist ein Ort, an dem Trainer Items und PokéMünzen erwerben können. Die Preise für Items sind alle in PokéMünzen angegeben, die PokéMünzen dagegen können nur durch den Kauf mit echter Währung oder durch den Verteidiger-Bonus in Arenen erworben werden.
  • You start with 4 Slots and can purchase 8 more for a total of 12 Slots. It costs 3300 coins to purchase every Sell Slot. When an Item has sold the icon will change to an envelope with an exclamation point.
  • To open the shop press the Shop icon on your Home Desktop. The Shop icon is second from the left along the bottom of the Home Desktop. The Shop contains 6 tabs in total. The default open tab is the first in the list, the Talisman tab.
  • Darunter ist eine Übersicht deiner momentanen Ressourcen. * Nach einem neuen Rathaus-Level werden alle neuen Gegenstände im Shop markiert.
  • The shop is a feature in Fantasy War Tactics that allows players to spend certain accumulated currency.
  • The completed shop allows players to buy game-related products, including music. A link to the shop used to exist on Nitrome.com 1.2, consisting only of polls. This page was one of the few pages that were not carried over to Nitrome.com 1.5, instead appearing as a blanked out link that when hovered over would bring the tag "Coming soon!".
  • In the shop, players can: * Purchase at Dimenson Shop * Purchase Crystals with real money * Purchase Special Matches (Quest Matches) which can be completed to obtain certain rewards. * Recover all ST or BP for 10 Crystals * Purchase Gold with Crystals * Expand Max Lodgings by 3 slots for 5 Crystals
  • In Dungeon Boss there are four different shops available: * Common Shop in the town * Honor Shop in My Dungeon, unlocked at Player level 10 * PWN Shop in The Tower of Pwnage, unlocked at Player level 28 * Aether Shop in the town, present once a Hero has gained 6★ + 1 excess token
  • The Shop allows players to exchange their Jewels for Hearts or Coins. The game won't let the player exchange Hearts past 99 or Coins past 99999. The rates are listed below: 3DS: Mobile:
  • The Shop is located in the pop-up menu More on the home screen. Here you are able to purchase Vallahorns, Fire Gems, Pyre Ingots, Truesight Amulets, Gjallarhorns, Mandrakes, Elixirs, Panacea and Heartsbloods for MobaCoin.
  • Not every game has the same kind of shops available, for example, in the original Final Fantasy, there were shops for both Black and White Magic, while in most games, there is no division. Final Fantasy VIII features two kinds of shops: the recurring item shops and the junk shop, which acts as a weapon shop. In most games shops are physical locations the player should visit to commence commerce, but in some games shops are accessed from the menu.
  • When you make a stop by the Shop, you can use your ticket points to buy cards.
  • Players can own shops in Arelith and stock them with a variety of items, including player crafted items and crafting components or resources.
  • This is where you can buy clintz or packs which contain characters.
  • frame|right Im Shop findest du alle Items, die man für Uridium oder Credits kaufen kann.
  • The Shop was a room at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It was presumably a place where goods or services were sold to the student body or staff or, alternatively, an office or workshop.
  • Kaupat ovat paikkoja joista voi ostaa ja joskus myös myydä jotain. Kauppoja on kahta eri tyyliä, yleiskauppa ja erikoiskauppa. Yleiskauppaan voi myydä mitä tahansa halvalla, mutta erikoiskaupoista saa paremman hinnan. Niihin voi kuitenkin myydä vain tavaroita joita siellä on myynnissä.
  • A shop is a place, usually a building, in RuneScape Classic, where a player can buy items from (or sell them to) an NPC (sometimes behind a counter). Most settlements contain shops for various different items, such as weapons, armour, runes, and gems. Shops cannot contain more than 65,535 (216 - 1) of a single type of item because of Jagex's use of unsigned 16-bit integers. General stores are a specific type of shop which allow the sale of any tradeable type of item. Other shops have a fixed list of items which are always visible, and those are the only items which can be sold to the shop.
  • Shop (рус. Магазин, другие названия Power-Up Shop, Bonus Shop, Angry Birds Shop) — магазин, в котором за игровую валюту (монетки, кристаллы) или за реальные деньги можно приобрести те или иные бонусы (чаще всего это PowerUps и могучие персонажи). Присутствует во всех играх серии Angry Birds. В большинстве игр магазин открывается через иконку с изображением магазинной тележки на главном экране игры.
  • Nothing except Shelves of Items.Very homey,with a fancy carpet,Shelves jampacked with items.The shop is in a cylinderish shape and is only explored at night when you leave the pikmin planet at night.In the middle of the shop is where Hocotatians pay for their Items.As you can expect,there is no wildlife
  • Warstorm offers a number of ways to obtain additional cards as well more missions by purchasing them using Silver or Cash.
  • A shop is a special room found on some dungeon levels. Each has an attendant shopkeeper and a selection of items to buy. The shopkeepers will also buy items from you, depending on the type of shop. A complete list is below.
  • A shop is a place, usually a building, that houses goods for sale along with vendors to sell them. Please note while inns and taverns may often have vendors that sell the same items that shops might, they themselves are not shops. The following is a list of shops within the major cities of Azeroth. For other shops located outside the cities see the .
  • Shops are places where the player can spend Gold, Gems or Special Currencies to purchase items such as gear, reels and Soul Stones for recruiting Heroes. Though initially the player has access to only one Shop, as the Team Level progresses, more merchants will be avaliable. There are also special shops that will open randomly after the player completes a campaign.
  • Shops are places where the player can purchase new swords, accessories, armor, or Magic. There are a total of five shops, all of which are in the first eight Areas of the game. Three of them are secret locations.
  • The Kaneva Shop was a feature included in the 8/27/08 update that allowed unprecedented interaction between the 2D and 3D worlds. Announced in the weeks leading to the update, the Kaneva Shop has already begun to revolutionize the world in implementing even more customizable features and allowing purchases in the 3D world via a 2D site.
  • The shop allows you to buy materials and consumables with DMM Points, and furniture with in-game furniture coins.
  • A shop is often accessed via a merchant, who is (in this context) a non-player character. Players can left-click to talk to the character and ask to buy/sell items, but can also usually trade with the merchant directly by right-clicking and selecting the appropriate option from the context menu (see Game controls).
  • Shops are places you will randomly find in villages or dungeons. They are usally run by Shopkeepers.
  • Listed beneath are the Equipment and Items purchasable in the Shop. You can also buy accessories and more accessory slots as well as abilities that allow you to equip different types of equipment. Note: They are arranged by Tabs and each Tab is further divided into the subcategories the items and equipment fall under.
  • Shop is a class available at Bullworth Academy in Bully.
  • Shops have various types and located in various locations. Inside shops are always non-player characters which players can right-click and select trade, however, a few can simply be left-clicked. Here are shops that can be located in RuneScape.
  • The Shop is a menu that can be accessed once logged on from the screen's top row. There, a sub-menu will appear, where players can purchase crystals , Premium accounts and Gold boxes , supplies kits, and unique paints. Players should always first chose their country from a drop down list to the top-right of the sub-menu.
  • Equipment in the Shop is purchasable through Bounty, which is earned through quests and kills.
  • The shop is where you buy pieces or packs and rubies. The shop is available for everyone.
  • Shops are rooms containing shopkeeper mobs which enable players to buy, sell, and mend a variety of items. add more intro stuff
  • The Shop is the place where trainers can buy items and PokéCoins or claim any Defender Bonus they are entitled to. PokéCoins can only be obtained by being purchased with real currency or earned through the Defender Bonus.
  • Nie wszystkie gry posiadają takie same rodzaje sklepów, na przykład w oryginalnym Final Fantasy istnieją oddzielne sklepy dla Czarnej i Białej Magii, podczas gdy w większości gier taki podział nie występuje. W Final Fantasy VIII występują dwa typy sklepów: zwykłe sklepy z przedmiotami i sklepy z rupieciami, które służą jako miejsce do ulepszania broni. W większości gier sklepy znajdują się w określonych fizycznych lokalizacjach, które trzeba odwiedzić żeby rozpocząć zakupy, jednak w niektórych przypadkach sklepy są dostępne z poziomu menu.
  • This subchapter deals with the creation of a shop. Essentially, creating a shop isn’t that much different from creating a store. Let’s create a new shop template. To do this, select New -> Template -> Shop (.utm) from the File menu: The new shop template window will appear on the right side of the screen: This window contains the attributes of the shop. Switch the Is Storage attribute to False in the General section. To do this, click the right-hand column opposite the Is Storage attribute: A window called Inventory Contents will appear: A different color means that the window is active:
  • There are different categories for the items in the Shop. These items can be purchased using one of the two currency available; Credits or Uridium (elite items). Those categories are: * Ships (features all available ships to purchase, also where you find additional hangar halls) * Drones (drones are found here, along with their formations and designs) - * Weapons (anything from an LF-3 laser to an HST-2 rocket launcher) * Ammo (ammunition such as batteries, rockets, and special ammo which is available during events) - - -
  • Shops have been removed from the game. Instead, the same goods as before are now found in storage buildings around the village. These items are communal village property and can be purchased from any adult villager. After the first item is picked up, players will have a short time to collect additional items they wish to barter for before their reputation with the village becomes strained by the delayed payment. Note that reputation will affect the price the villagers offer you. Items to be traded for will be marked as “unpaid” or "taken" in the player’s inventory and should be dropped prior to leaving the village if the player reconsiders the purchase.
  • Your item choice is also dependent on which character you're using, as only items they can use are available. Characters who use a health meter will have the option of a health meter refill. Characters who have multiple weapons, such as Arthur and Roll, can scroll between the possible choices and pick out the one they want. For the 0.3 release and onward until the final version, only one shop will exist, though it can be accessed in most worlds. This prototype shop is run by Morshu, the obnoxious merchant from the infamous CD-I Zelda games. The shopkeeper for each world is as follows:
  • There are a total of 8 shops found in the village, which are: * Bart's Exchange: Bart changes items into others to help with taming sours and other Piñatas. * Costolot's Shop: A general store which sells most average items that are needed to play Viva Piñata. * Miss Petula's Pets: Sells piñatas and accessories for your resident piñatas. * Willy Builder: Builds homes for piñatas, and for work staff. * Ivor Bargain: Sells rare items; one can even stop Professor Pester (purchase the Captain's Cutlass at level 30 and place it in your garden). * Gretchen Fetchem's: Will hunt down wild pinatas for you. However, you can only ask her to catch piñatas that have been/are residents. * Doc Patchingo: Heals sick piñatas. * Arfur's Inn:
  • The Item Shop is the main shop for game clothing and items. Most of it is clothing for characters, but it also holds a other items including transformations characters, pets, acts, and other game items like rings, hammers, speakers, family and farm related items, and etc. Item shop displays the selected character and allows player to try out clothing items and their combinations before purchasing them. It is possible to rotate the character by dragging the mouse over it to see the result from all directions.
  • Players can buy and sell items (weapons and compo items) in the Shop with gold. By clicking the "SHOP" sign in the Town, Village, Resort, and Island, the shop menu is brought up, allowing the player to purchase and sell items. The numbers 1st - 29th for the weapons represent the depth at which the weapon is found - a higher number signifies that the player needs to explore deeper into the game to unlock the weapon. For further details, see the weapon page.
  • Random item sets are generated each time the Tamagotchi visits. Each set includes 4-5 items, all from the same category. The currency accepted in all shops is Tamagotchi Points, which are gained by playing minigames, opening letters or using a cheat code.
  • A shop is a location (usually a building) that sells specific goods. Shops can be found in any non-abondoned city or village. Each shop has its specific good, which is represented by a sign post with a specific image. Shops are usually used to sell items that have been processed from raw material. Shops usually maintain a stock rotation, which means they rotate their stock every 5-10 minutes. Each shop has 2-3 different rotation sets.
  • Shop is one of the classes Jimmy attends. It is taught by Neil. Shop becomes available after the start of Chapter 2. Jimmy is relegated to working on bikes because, as Neil says, "Cars are for seniors. You gotta walk before you can run, boyo". The only other students that can be seen attending the class aside from Jimmy are Greasers.
  • There are two types of shop in game: those shops owned by players and those operated by non-playing characters or so-called "NPC shops". Any player can open a shop to sell or purchase items. Shops that sell items have a blue banner. Shops that purchase items have a yellow banner. The chat line shortcut for opening a shop is /shop. The Alt+T ?Actions? window also has a button for creating a shop. You must remain connected to a game server for your shop to remain open. The Auction House provides an alternative method for selling and purchasing items.
  • Normally, the shops only sell vulneraries, keys, and staves. It is common to see shops selling better staves and elixirs in the final chapters. There are some Secret Shop in some games, which are hidden and need the Member Card to enter, which sell power-ups, elixirs or important weapons. In Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, shops as well as armories and secret shops could be accessed from the world map between chapters (secret shops require member cards to access). In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, the shop will also have special deals on rare items.
  • The sell price listed on armour, weapon, and other item pages is the amount that is received when that item is sold at a shop. The sell price of armour and weapons with empty slots is increased by 20% for each slot; a weapon with 3 slots is worth 60% more than the same weapon with no slots. When buying items at a shop, the purchase price for items is 10 times the selling price of the identical item. For example, a Nine Top with one slot can be sold for 96 G, but will cost 960 G when purchased at a shop. The purchase price is not affected by Riki's Buy Stuff! skill.
  • Shops come in many shapes and sizes. They can be special shops, selling and buying only one particular class of item (for example, spellbooks or food), or they can be general stores which will buy and sell any type of item. There are five guaranteed shops in the game: * Munxip's food shop in Terinyo. * Barnabas' Black Market in Lawenilothehl. * Waldenbrook's general item shop in Dwarftown. * The Great Gift Shoppe in the Casino. * Leggot's general item shop in the High Mountain Village.
  • Shops are encountered at the main hub and at random locations within the dungeon. The player can buy items using Gold (dungeon shops) or Diamonds (Lobby shops). The shops within the crypt offer equipment that is lost upon death; the shops in the Lobby offer permanent upgrades and unlockable items. Gold File:Coin.png is lost upon death, typically obtained by slaying monsters within the crypt. It may also be obtained by destroying golden shop walls, using a bomb or certain tools while gigantic, for 10 gold per wall tile.
  • Purchase flower stones (華霊石購入), you can purchase flower stones with DMM points. After purchasing it must be... Clearing House (交換所), where you can exchange event items or for Flower Knights during the event time. See more on Events. Recover energy (スタミナ回復), you can recover energy based from the maximum energy you have with 1 flower stone. You are able to have energy above the maximum capacity (only with this facility). For example, your energy right now is 75/200. After pressing this button, 1 flower stone will be consumed, and your energy will restore by 200, becoming 275/200.
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  • Bremen: The City of Ruin
  • Bustling Festival "Fos Foresia"
  • For the Sake of Our Precious Memories
  • In the Glow of the Night
  • The Day the Whale Flew in the Sky
  • The Lingering Scent of Ancient Flowers
  • The Peace That Must Be Regained
  • The Power of the King's Advisor
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  • chocolate
  • ring
  • medal
  • screws
  • bucket
  • Places of business
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  • actionreport
  • aerialmats
  • amedal
  • burner
  • cannedfish
  • constructcorps
  • damecon
  • damecongod
  • devmat
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  • furniturefairy
  • gunmountmats
  • hishimochi
  • hqpersonnel
  • irako
  • lbox
  • mackerel
  • mamiya
  • mbox
  • netypeengine
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  • onigiri
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Caption
  • Barton Boutique's front
  • The first shop in Colony 6
Prize
  • Giftboxes and items during Holiday events
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  • Buy and sell items to the party
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  • レシュノルティア
  • ヒメユリ
  • ゼラニウム
  • エーデルワイス
  • サツキ
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  • Lavender
  • Edelweiss
  • Geranium
  • Moonflower
  • Leschenaultia
  • Tachibana
  • Golden-rayed Lily
  • Satsuki
  • Star Lily
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  • Shop#p_Screws
  • Shop#p_Steel
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Class
  • Shop
Purpose
  • Sell apparel and items to Gaians
occupant
  • Gaia NPC Shopkeepers
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  • Apparel, Premium Items, Aquarium, Beauty, Car, Games, Home, Luxury
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  • Thunder Bluff
  • Exodar
  • Ironforge
  • Orgrimmar
  • Undercity
  • Dalaran
  • SilvermoonCity
  • StormwindCity
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  • Shop This is where you can use your own money, to purchase coins, resources, Ceasefire, certain Battle Items, or featured items (such as the Raid Energy Bag, Rebel Gear Bag, Survivors Crate) etc. See also the 30 days pass and the Supply Depot.
  • Normally, the shops only sell vulneraries, keys, and staves. It is common to see shops selling better staves and elixirs in the final chapters. There are some Secret Shop in some games, which are hidden and need the Member Card to enter, which sell power-ups, elixirs or important weapons. In Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, shops as well as armories and secret shops could be accessed from the world map between chapters (secret shops require member cards to access). In Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, the shop will also have special deals on rare items. In Fire Emblem Fates, the shop can only be accessed in My Castle after being built there. There are two versions of the shop: the Rod Shop for Hoshido and the Staff Shop for Nohr. Shop discounts may occur from time to time and are determined by who is running the shop out of the allied army units. Unlike in previous games, power-ups and promotional items are available for purchase in the standard shop instead of in the Secret Shop.
  • To get to the shop, go to Browse the Catalog page under the "Shop" tab on the website, or, on the client, click the "Shop" button on the Home page.
  • A shop is a location (usually a building) that sells specific goods. Shops can be found in any non-abondoned city or village. Each shop has its specific good, which is represented by a sign post with a specific image. Shops are usually used to sell items that have been processed from raw material. Shops usually maintain a stock rotation, which means they rotate their stock every 5-10 minutes. Each shop has 2-3 different rotation sets. Since a shop can be proven to be less-rewarding than player trade, a handy guide such as viGilante's Oberin trading values table can be provided-and checked in the Forum, in order to not waste the most gold, there. Since shops conduct all business in gp, they often are a sink for richer players' wealth, other than Guild Hall things and other necessary and sufficient-to-their enjoyment interactions with GMs on rare occasion. Players stock variety.
  • Shops are encountered at the main hub and at random locations within the dungeon. The player can buy items using Gold (dungeon shops) or Diamonds (Lobby shops). The shops within the crypt offer equipment that is lost upon death; the shops in the Lobby offer permanent upgrades and unlockable items. Gold File:Coin.png is lost upon death, typically obtained by slaying monsters within the crypt. It may also be obtained by destroying golden shop walls, using a bomb or certain tools while gigantic, for 10 gold per wall tile. Diamonds File:Diamond.png are not lost upon death; they can be found in separated Zone runs on the ground, hidden in walls, and by defeating a boss for the first time. However, starting a new playthrough always brings their amount down to zero, so a prompt is displayed to the player when they attempt to leave and still have enough diamonds to purchase anything in the Lobby shops.
  • Der Shop ist ein Ort, an dem Trainer Items und PokéMünzen erwerben können. Die Preise für Items sind alle in PokéMünzen angegeben, die PokéMünzen dagegen können nur durch den Kauf mit echter Währung oder durch den Verteidiger-Bonus in Arenen erworben werden.
  • You start with 4 Slots and can purchase 8 more for a total of 12 Slots. It costs 3300 coins to purchase every Sell Slot. When an Item has sold the icon will change to an envelope with an exclamation point.
  • To open the shop press the Shop icon on your Home Desktop. The Shop icon is second from the left along the bottom of the Home Desktop. The Shop contains 6 tabs in total. The default open tab is the first in the list, the Talisman tab.
  • The Item Shop is the main shop for game clothing and items. Most of it is clothing for characters, but it also holds a other items including transformations characters, pets, acts, and other game items like rings, hammers, speakers, family and farm related items, and etc. Item shop displays the selected character and allows player to try out clothing items and their combinations before purchasing them. It is possible to rotate the character by dragging the mouse over it to see the result from all directions. Item Shop is divided into categories and subcategories for easier access to different item types. Also, for better access, shop only displays items which can be used by currently selected character.
  • Darunter ist eine Übersicht deiner momentanen Ressourcen. * Nach einem neuen Rathaus-Level werden alle neuen Gegenstände im Shop markiert.
  • The shop is a feature in Fantasy War Tactics that allows players to spend certain accumulated currency.
  • The completed shop allows players to buy game-related products, including music. A link to the shop used to exist on Nitrome.com 1.2, consisting only of polls. This page was one of the few pages that were not carried over to Nitrome.com 1.5, instead appearing as a blanked out link that when hovered over would bring the tag "Coming soon!".
  • Purchase flower stones (華霊石購入), you can purchase flower stones with DMM points. After purchasing it must be... Clearing House (交換所), where you can exchange event items or for Flower Knights during the event time. See more on Events. Recover energy (スタミナ回復), you can recover energy based from the maximum energy you have with 1 flower stone. You are able to have energy above the maximum capacity (only with this facility). For example, your energy right now is 75/200. After pressing this button, 1 flower stone will be consumed, and your energy will restore by 200, becoming 275/200. Recover raid point (レイドポイント回復), you can recover all of your raid point (3 points) with 1 flower stone. Character slot expansion (キャラクター所持数拡張), you can expand 5 character slots with 1 flower stone. The initial slot when you just started the game is only 50 character slots. 350 character slots is the maximum capacity you can have as for now. Equipment slot expansion (装備アイテム所持数拡張), you can expand 5 slots with 1 flower stone as well. The initial slot when you just started the game is only 100 equipment slot. The highest slot you can have in your equipment slot right now is 250.
  • In the shop, players can: * Purchase at Dimenson Shop * Purchase Crystals with real money * Purchase Special Matches (Quest Matches) which can be completed to obtain certain rewards. * Recover all ST or BP for 10 Crystals * Purchase Gold with Crystals * Expand Max Lodgings by 3 slots for 5 Crystals
  • In Dungeon Boss there are four different shops available: * Common Shop in the town * Honor Shop in My Dungeon, unlocked at Player level 10 * PWN Shop in The Tower of Pwnage, unlocked at Player level 28 * Aether Shop in the town, present once a Hero has gained 6★ + 1 excess token
  • The Shop allows players to exchange their Jewels for Hearts or Coins. The game won't let the player exchange Hearts past 99 or Coins past 99999. The rates are listed below: 3DS: Mobile:
  • The Shop is located in the pop-up menu More on the home screen. Here you are able to purchase Vallahorns, Fire Gems, Pyre Ingots, Truesight Amulets, Gjallarhorns, Mandrakes, Elixirs, Panacea and Heartsbloods for MobaCoin.
  • Not every game has the same kind of shops available, for example, in the original Final Fantasy, there were shops for both Black and White Magic, while in most games, there is no division. Final Fantasy VIII features two kinds of shops: the recurring item shops and the junk shop, which acts as a weapon shop. In most games shops are physical locations the player should visit to commence commerce, but in some games shops are accessed from the menu.
  • When you make a stop by the Shop, you can use your ticket points to buy cards.
  • Players can own shops in Arelith and stock them with a variety of items, including player crafted items and crafting components or resources.
  • There are two types of shop in game: those shops owned by players and those operated by non-playing characters or so-called "NPC shops". Any player can open a shop to sell or purchase items. Shops that sell items have a blue banner. Shops that purchase items have a yellow banner. The chat line shortcut for opening a shop is /shop. The Alt+T ?Actions? window also has a button for creating a shop. You must remain connected to a game server for your shop to remain open. A purchasing shop (yellow banner) is able to list an item for purchase only if your character has that item in your carried inventory. The Auction House provides an alternative method for selling and purchasing items.
  • This is where you can buy clintz or packs which contain characters.
  • frame|right Im Shop findest du alle Items, die man für Uridium oder Credits kaufen kann.
  • The Shop was a room at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It was presumably a place where goods or services were sold to the student body or staff or, alternatively, an office or workshop.
  • Kaupat ovat paikkoja joista voi ostaa ja joskus myös myydä jotain. Kauppoja on kahta eri tyyliä, yleiskauppa ja erikoiskauppa. Yleiskauppaan voi myydä mitä tahansa halvalla, mutta erikoiskaupoista saa paremman hinnan. Niihin voi kuitenkin myydä vain tavaroita joita siellä on myynnissä.
  • A shop is a place, usually a building, in RuneScape Classic, where a player can buy items from (or sell them to) an NPC (sometimes behind a counter). Most settlements contain shops for various different items, such as weapons, armour, runes, and gems. Shops cannot contain more than 65,535 (216 - 1) of a single type of item because of Jagex's use of unsigned 16-bit integers. General stores are a specific type of shop which allow the sale of any tradeable type of item. Other shops have a fixed list of items which are always visible, and those are the only items which can be sold to the shop.
  • Shop (рус. Магазин, другие названия Power-Up Shop, Bonus Shop, Angry Birds Shop) — магазин, в котором за игровую валюту (монетки, кристаллы) или за реальные деньги можно приобрести те или иные бонусы (чаще всего это PowerUps и могучие персонажи). Присутствует во всех играх серии Angry Birds. В большинстве игр магазин открывается через иконку с изображением магазинной тележки на главном экране игры.
  • Nothing except Shelves of Items.Very homey,with a fancy carpet,Shelves jampacked with items.The shop is in a cylinderish shape and is only explored at night when you leave the pikmin planet at night.In the middle of the shop is where Hocotatians pay for their Items.As you can expect,there is no wildlife
  • Shops come in many shapes and sizes. They can be special shops, selling and buying only one particular class of item (for example, spellbooks or food), or they can be general stores which will buy and sell any type of item. There are five guaranteed shops in the game: * Munxip's food shop in Terinyo. * Barnabas' Black Market in Lawenilothehl. * Waldenbrook's general item shop in Dwarftown. * The Great Gift Shoppe in the Casino. * Leggot's general item shop in the High Mountain Village. Additionally, shops may be randomly generated on almost any non-unique, non-cavernous dungeon level in the game. Merchants are more likely to find these than other classes. These randomly-generated shops are a bit dangerous (you can find mimics). A number of factors influence shop prices, which is the measure of both how expensive items are to buy and how much shops will offer for items that the PC sells. Positive factors reduce costs of buying and increase the amount paid for sales, whilst negative factors increase cost of buying and decrease amount paid for sales. Such factors include: * Race: Shop prices are mainly influenced by the relationship between the shopkeeper's race and the PC's race. For example, Dwarven PCs get great shop prices from Dwarven shopkeepers and very bad shop prices from Orcish shopkeepers. See the individual pages for each race for more details. * Stats: Female PCs will get better shop prices the higher their Appearance stat is. Male PCs seemingly get better shop prices the higher their Charisma stat is, but this seems to only occur if it is above certain thresholds; increasing or decreasing the stat does not make any difference as long as it remains below 10, for example. * Haggling: Successful application of haggling can lower the cost of buying items in a shop, though each shop has a limit to how far the PC can lower prices in this way. When the skill is used incorrectly, the shopkeeper will actually raise the cost of buying the items. * The shop prices in the Black Market are usually four times worse than other shops, though this seems to decrease to twice as bad if the PC joins the thieves' guild or becomes the master. However, getting involved with the thieves' guild in either way worsens shop prices for PCs in other shops[1].
  • Your item choice is also dependent on which character you're using, as only items they can use are available. Characters who use a health meter will have the option of a health meter refill. Characters who have multiple weapons, such as Arthur and Roll, can scroll between the possible choices and pick out the one they want. For the 0.3 release and onward until the final version, only one shop will exist, though it can be accessed in most worlds. This prototype shop is run by Morshu, the obnoxious merchant from the infamous CD-I Zelda games. The shopkeeper for each world is as follows: * World 1: Toadette * World 2: * World 3: Auto * World 4: Merchant from Resident Evil 4. * World 5: * World 6: * World 7: * World 8: * World 9: * World -1: Morshu
  • Warstorm offers a number of ways to obtain additional cards as well more missions by purchasing them using Silver or Cash.
  • A shop is a special room found on some dungeon levels. Each has an attendant shopkeeper and a selection of items to buy. The shopkeepers will also buy items from you, depending on the type of shop. A complete list is below.
  • This subchapter deals with the creation of a shop. Essentially, creating a shop isn’t that much different from creating a store. Let’s create a new shop template. To do this, select New -> Template -> Shop (.utm) from the File menu: The new shop template window will appear on the right side of the screen: This window contains the attributes of the shop. Switch the Is Storage attribute to False in the General section. To do this, click the right-hand column opposite the Is Storage attribute: This is very important. If the attribute is set to True, then we’d get a store instead of a shop. Now click the right-hand column opposite the Name attribute, type in Shop and hit ENTER: Another important element in creating a shop is the Inventory contents attribute in the Attributes section. Click the small red icon in the right-hand column opposite the Inventory contents attribute: A window called Inventory Contents will appear: This window enables us to add the items that should be available for sale in the shop. The basics of adding items have been discussed in another chapter of the manual. After adding the appropriate items, click OK in the Inventory Contents window. Now look at the attributes in the Profiles section: These attributes are used to set item price options. Items in “The Witcher” are divided into 23 profiles, each of which is linked to the price options of a given item. These are as follows: - Profile – Weapon – the price options for weapons, - Profile – Armor – the price options for armor, - Profile – Food – the price options for food, - Profile – Alcohol – the price options for alcohol, - Profile – WitcherAlchemy – the price options for Witchers’ alchemical items, - Profile – Ingredient – the price options for ingredients, - Profile – Value – the price options for valuable items, - Profile – Book – the price options for books, - Profile – Illegal – the price options for illegal items, - Profile – Trophy – the price options for trophies, - Profile – MonsterIngredients – the price options for monster ingredients, - Profile – SilverSword – the price options for silver swords, - Profile – Dice – the price options for dice, - Profile – WeaponUp – the price options for weapon upgrades, - Profile – flower – the price options for flowers, - Profile – cloth – the price options for clothes, - Profile – torch – the price options for torches, - Profile – powder – the price options for powder, - Profile – grease – the price options for grease, - Profile – herb – the price options for herbs, - Profile – AlcoholStrong – the price options for strong alcohol, - Profile – Alchemy – the price options for alchemy, - Profile – Candy – the price options for candles. To set the price profile of an item, click the right-hand column opposite the appropriate profile. As an example, if you wanted to set the price options for weapons, just click the right-hand column opposite the Profile – Weapon attribute: Choose the appropriate option. The values you can assign are: - Default – items are sold at full price, bought back at 1/5 price, - Unavailable – items cannot be bought or bought back, - VeryAdverse – items are sold at full price, bought back for 1/100 price, - Adverse – items are sold at full price, bought back at 1/10 price, - Advantageous – items are sold at full price, bought back at ½ price, - VeryAdvantageous – items are sold at full price and bought back at full price, - BuyOnlyDefault – items are bought at full price but cannot be bought back. After setting price options, we need to save the shop template. To do this, select Save As… from the File menu: This opens the standard Windows window used for saving files. Go to the Data\Templates\Shops folder (where all shop and store templates are saved), type in our_shop and click Save. Remember that the file name cannot exceed 16 characters. Otherwise the D’jinni Editor will not see it. Make sure the file is saved in the .utm format: If a different type of file is listed instead, it probably means that you’re trying to save the content in another open window by accident. Before saving the shop template, make sure that the new shop template window is active. If it is inactive, the title bar will be grey: A different color means that the window is active: An asterisk before the name in the title bar means that the file has not been saved since the last change was introduced. Now we need to assign the shop template to the character template. We’ll use Jethro’s character again. Open the Resources Explorer and select Utility Windows -> Resources Explorer from the View menu: In the Resources Explorer, select Data -> Templates -> Character -> Commoners and double-click the file our_jethro.utc: A window containing the attributes of the character template will appear on the right side of the screen. Click the small yellow icon in the right-hand column opposite the Store attribute in the Special section: This opens the standard Windows window used for loading files. Go to the folder Data\Templates\Shops (where we saved the store template), select the our_shop.utm file and click Open. The shop template will now be assigned to the character template: We still need to save the changes to Jethro’s template. To do this, select Save our_jethro.utc from the File menu: If the Save our_jethro.utc file name does not appear in menu, or if a different file name appears, that means that the our_jethro.utc window is not active at the moment. To activate it just click the title bar of the our_jethro.utc window and then select Save our_jethro.utc from the File menu. Now we need to add the option to choose the store during Geralt’s conversation with Jethro. We’ll use the Resources Explorer again. Select Data -> Dialogues and double-click the file jethro_conversation.dlg: The jethro_conversation.dlg window will appear: Select the "Shall we play?" node, right-click it and choose Create Dialog Reply from the drop down menu: This creates an empty node. Left-click it and go to the Properties window containing the node’s attributes and conversation. Click the right-hand column opposite the ConvType attribute in the Node Text section and select the Gameplay option A new attribute will appear in the Node Text section. Click the right-hand column opposite the Action Type attribute and select the Trade option: The empty node will automatically change to "Show me your goods": We still have to save the changes made to Jethro’s conversation. To do this, select Save jethro_conversation.dlg from the File menu: If Save jethro_conversation.dlg does not appear, or a different file name appears, that means that the jethro_conversation.dlg window isn’t active at that moment. To activate it, just click the title bar of the jethro_conversation.dlg window and then select Save our_jethro.dlg from the File menu That’s it. Now when we load our module and talk to Jethro, we’ll also be able to trade with him.
  • A shop is a place, usually a building, that houses goods for sale along with vendors to sell them. Please note while inns and taverns may often have vendors that sell the same items that shops might, they themselves are not shops. The following is a list of shops within the major cities of Azeroth. For other shops located outside the cities see the .
  • Shops are places where the player can spend Gold, Gems or Special Currencies to purchase items such as gear, reels and Soul Stones for recruiting Heroes. Though initially the player has access to only one Shop, as the Team Level progresses, more merchants will be avaliable. There are also special shops that will open randomly after the player completes a campaign.
  • Shops are places where the player can purchase new swords, accessories, armor, or Magic. There are a total of five shops, all of which are in the first eight Areas of the game. Three of them are secret locations.
  • Shops have been removed from the game. Instead, the same goods as before are now found in storage buildings around the village. These items are communal village property and can be purchased from any adult villager. After the first item is picked up, players will have a short time to collect additional items they wish to barter for before their reputation with the village becomes strained by the delayed payment. Note that reputation will affect the price the villagers offer you. Items to be traded for will be marked as “unpaid” or "taken" in the player’s inventory and should be dropped prior to leaving the village if the player reconsiders the purchase. There are several kinds of adult NPC to trade, and you can also buy the items previously sold to them back. They may occasionally sell cords, skins and other utility articles. * Adventurer * Hunter * Woodman * Foreign trader
  • The Kaneva Shop was a feature included in the 8/27/08 update that allowed unprecedented interaction between the 2D and 3D worlds. Announced in the weeks leading to the update, the Kaneva Shop has already begun to revolutionize the world in implementing even more customizable features and allowing purchases in the 3D world via a 2D site.
  • The shop allows you to buy materials and consumables with DMM Points, and furniture with in-game furniture coins.
  • A shop is often accessed via a merchant, who is (in this context) a non-player character. Players can left-click to talk to the character and ask to buy/sell items, but can also usually trade with the merchant directly by right-clicking and selecting the appropriate option from the context menu (see Game controls).
  • Shops are places you will randomly find in villages or dungeons. They are usally run by Shopkeepers.
  • There are a total of 8 shops found in the village, which are: * Bart's Exchange: Bart changes items into others to help with taming sours and other Piñatas. * Costolot's Shop: A general store which sells most average items that are needed to play Viva Piñata. * Miss Petula's Pets: Sells piñatas and accessories for your resident piñatas. * Willy Builder: Builds homes for piñatas, and for work staff. * Ivor Bargain: Sells rare items; one can even stop Professor Pester (purchase the Captain's Cutlass at level 30 and place it in your garden). * Gretchen Fetchem's: Will hunt down wild pinatas for you. However, you can only ask her to catch piñatas that have been/are residents. * Doc Patchingo: Heals sick piñatas. * Arfur's Inn: Here, you can employ work which generally help out around your garden.
  • Listed beneath are the Equipment and Items purchasable in the Shop. You can also buy accessories and more accessory slots as well as abilities that allow you to equip different types of equipment. Note: They are arranged by Tabs and each Tab is further divided into the subcategories the items and equipment fall under.
  • The sell price listed on armour, weapon, and other item pages is the amount that is received when that item is sold at a shop. The sell price of armour and weapons with empty slots is increased by 20% for each slot; a weapon with 3 slots is worth 60% more than the same weapon with no slots. Riki's Buy Stuff! skill increases the selling price of all items by 20%. This bonus is received even if he is not in the active party. In the case of slotted weapons and armour, the bonus is 20% of the normal sell price of the slotted item. For example, if a weapon with 3 slots has a sell price of 160 G, Riki's Buy Stuff! skill will raise it to (160x1.2) = 192 G. When buying items at a shop, the purchase price for items is 10 times the selling price of the identical item. For example, a Nine Top with one slot can be sold for 96 G, but will cost 960 G when purchased at a shop. The purchase price is not affected by Riki's Buy Stuff! skill.
  • Shop is a class available at Bullworth Academy in Bully.
  • Shops have various types and located in various locations. Inside shops are always non-player characters which players can right-click and select trade, however, a few can simply be left-clicked. Here are shops that can be located in RuneScape.
  • The Shop is a menu that can be accessed once logged on from the screen's top row. There, a sub-menu will appear, where players can purchase crystals , Premium accounts and Gold boxes , supplies kits, and unique paints. Players should always first chose their country from a drop down list to the top-right of the sub-menu.
  • Shop is one of the classes Jimmy attends. It is taught by Neil. Shop becomes available after the start of Chapter 2. Jimmy is relegated to working on bikes because, as Neil says, "Cars are for seniors. You gotta walk before you can run, boyo". The only other students that can be seen attending the class aside from Jimmy are Greasers. The minigame involves tapping buttons and rotating the analogue stick on the controller in accordance with the direction given on the screen. As the difficulty of the minigame increases, more buttons and stick actions are added, and the number of given directions is increased. Passing levels of Shop unlocks successively better BMX Bikes.
  • Random item sets are generated each time the Tamagotchi visits. Each set includes 4-5 items, all from the same category. The currency accepted in all shops is Tamagotchi Points, which are gained by playing minigames, opening letters or using a cheat code. Sometimes when watching the shopping channel on later versions, the TV screen might have small squiggly lines on it, like a blur. Then another picture will show up, with a penguin-looking creature standing next to a sign saying FAIR. It resmbles the host of the regular shopping channel, just with different features. Whether or not the itenms are more special or different than the other channel's items cannot be determined.
  • Players can buy and sell items (weapons and compo items) in the Shop with gold. By clicking the "SHOP" sign in the Town, Village, Resort, and Island, the shop menu is brought up, allowing the player to purchase and sell items. The shop in the Town is named simply "SHOP," and only sells weapons from cleared stages and the stage the player is trying to clear. The shop in the Village is named "COMPO SHOP," and only sells most Level 1 compo items. The shop in the Resort in named "JUNK SHOP," and sells exiled weapons. The shop in the Island is named "COMPO SHOP," and sells most compo items. The player can sell any item they wish in all three shops and not only the items which are sold there. The selling price is 12.5% (or one eighth) of the buying price. Below is a chart to illustrate the trend of weapon and item costs. The numbers 1st - 29th for the weapons represent the depth at which the weapon is found - a higher number signifies that the player needs to explore deeper into the game to unlock the weapon. For further details, see the weapon page. Weapons bought at the Shop have only one compo slot. This is represented by a grey-coloured X on the second compo slot that displays NG ('no good') on the menu upon rollover.
  • Equipment in the Shop is purchasable through Bounty, which is earned through quests and kills.
  • The shop is where you buy pieces or packs and rubies. The shop is available for everyone.
  • Shops are rooms containing shopkeeper mobs which enable players to buy, sell, and mend a variety of items. add more intro stuff
  • There are different categories for the items in the Shop. These items can be purchased using one of the two currency available; Credits or Uridium (elite items). Those categories are: * Ships (features all available ships to purchase, also where you find additional hangar halls) * Drones (drones are found here, along with their formations and designs) - * Weapons (anything from an LF-3 laser to an HST-2 rocket launcher) * Ammo (ammunition such as batteries, rockets, and special ammo which is available during events) - * Generators (speed or shield generators found here) * Extras: (different CPU chips which are equipped and do various capabilities, or even Log-Disks) - * P.E.T./Gear (where the P.E.T. 10 is found, fuel for it, and gears which give the P.E.T. orders) * AI Protocols (chips that increase the P.E.T.'s stats, only available once you have the P.E.T.) - * Boosters (boost your ship's stats with various elite boosters) * Designs (any skin for a ship is found here, also skill designs) * Customization (alter the appearance of extras like Drone)
  • The Shop is the place where trainers can buy items and PokéCoins or claim any Defender Bonus they are entitled to. PokéCoins can only be obtained by being purchased with real currency or earned through the Defender Bonus.
  • Nie wszystkie gry posiadają takie same rodzaje sklepów, na przykład w oryginalnym Final Fantasy istnieją oddzielne sklepy dla Czarnej i Białej Magii, podczas gdy w większości gier taki podział nie występuje. W Final Fantasy VIII występują dwa typy sklepów: zwykłe sklepy z przedmiotami i sklepy z rupieciami, które służą jako miejsce do ulepszania broni. W większości gier sklepy znajdują się w określonych fizycznych lokalizacjach, które trzeba odwiedzić żeby rozpocząć zakupy, jednak w niektórych przypadkach sklepy są dostępne z poziomu menu.
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