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  • Shopkeeper
  • Shopkeeper
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  • Shopkeeper
  • Shopkeeper
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  • When right-clicking on a shopkeeper, you have two options other than examine: Talk to, or Trade. Clicking trade sends you directly to the store's wares menu, where you can buy and sell goods. Clicking talk to is a more roundabout fashion of this that ends in him telling you information that can be dependant on location, or explaining the player/store stock tab.
  • The shopkeeper is a member of the Children of the Cathedral around 2161.
  • Shopkeepers are high school-educated women who stock and sell merchandise in stores. The higher the shopkeeper's skill is, the better the service quality is where they work. Shopkeepers work in marketplaces, supermarkets, souvenir shops, shopping malls, and the gift shops of childhood museums. Experience in being a shopkeeper or journalist is required for women to become the Minister of the Economy. Men need experience in being either a banker or customs officer.
  • Shopkeeper was a Runescape player that was infamous for luring in 2011-2012. His YouTube channel, Lurescape, had over 10B in recorded lures. On August 7th, 2012, Shopkeeper was permanently banned for abusing the Crucible money dupe glitch. A max cash stack was required in order to perform the glitch, thus many players were unable to do it. Shopkeeper was level 138 when he was banned and had multiple max cash stacks. Following the ban, Jagex issues one their first public name-and-shames on the forum
  • The shopkeeper maintains a modest business that sells walking sticks.
  • Shopkeeper, eli kaupanpitäjä, on ihminen, joka toimii erilaisissa RuneScapen kaupoissa, kuten ase-, timantti- ja käsityövälinekaupoissa. Kun klikkaa häntä hiiren oikealla puolella saa vaihtoehdot "Talk to" ja "Trade" tavallisten "walk here" ja "examine" lisäksi.
  • Doctor Beverly Crusher almost bought fabric from a Bandi shopkeeper on Farpoint Station in 2364. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint" ) Deep Space 9 had many shopkeepers, mostly Bajorans. In an alternate timeline, a shopkeeper in the Delta Quadrant attempted to sell a timepiece to Tom Paris. (VOY: "Time and Again")
  • A Shopkeeper is someone who runs a shop.
  • A shopkeeper is an NPC that runs the many General Stores located throughout RuneScape Classic. Often they have assistants to help them in the more populated stores, such as major cities. A shopkeeper also runs the shop Varrock Swords in southern Varrock. In Zanaris Fairy Shopkeepers are smaller versions of the regular shopkeepers.
  • The Shopkeeper is a NPC. __TOC__
  • Shopkeeper can be found in North-West Edgeville. When using the "talk to" option when right-clicking it, you go straight to their shop. The Shopkeeper only sells spawnable items. You can only buy items from the shop with coins. You can trade items back to the Shopkeeper for a lower price.
  • Shopkeepers are friendly NPCs. Some appear in towns as blacksmiths, blackmarket vendors, goods vendors, general vendors, food vendors, bakers, innkeepers, slave masters, and traders; others are wandering vendors that interrupt road travel on the world map to sell equipment; and still others appear randomly in museums and shops. Magic vendors and town wizards are a different NPC with different sprites, much lower level, and weaker stats.
  • The shopkeeper appeared in only two episodes. He offered to trade Kevin Keene a golden battleaxe for his Zapper in "Three Men and a Dragon," but wound up trading him some magical herbs for his digital watch. He also sold a magic helmet to Kid Icarus and water skis to Simon Belmont, all of which helped them when King Hippo and Eggplant Wizard came after them with dragons. A mustachioed shopkeeper appeared in "The Trojan Dragon," in which he sold Kevin and Princess Lana some Fairy Water and a map to the Axe Knight's cave.
  • The shopkeeper is the owner of a toy store visited by Jin in a flashback. He helped Jin find a stuffed panda plush, and was later bribed by Jin to give him a second panda, which was on layaway. He advised Jin not to lose this one. ("Ji Yeon")
  • Shopkeepers are mobs which enable players to buy, sell, and mend items at various shops around the world.
  • When Yen Lo betrayed his former master, the Zen Master sent his daughter An Ling to retrieve the Dragon Blade from his old friend, as it was the only thing that could stop him. When An Ling arrived at Master Kwan's shop down in Chinatown, the shopkeeper refused to give her the blade, so An Ling stole it instead. This was witnessed by Piper Halliwell, who chased after her and saw Yen Lo stabbing the Zen Master and taking him to Limbo.
  • In Soulsplit, the General Store, represented by Shopkeepers throughout major cities, is a shop that sells miscellaneous items that are generally helpful or useful. General Stores are also a place for players to sell goods to in exchange for Coins, though more uncommon items are generally not sold to these shops because they tend to have a higher value to other players than they do to the shopkeepers.
  • When Jin entered his toy store, the shopkeeper assisted him in finding a plush panda. He inquired as to whether he was going to the maternity ward, and whether it was a boy or a girl, Jin replied that he didn't know yet, and the shopkeeper stated that everyone loves a panda. After losing the panda, Jin returned to purchase a second, which was behind the counter. The shopkeeper informed him that it was on hold, however, after Jin offered a large sum of money, he obliged. (Ji Yeon)
  • "Antonio's Pizza is so good you'll want to obey its every command."
  • Shopkeeper is a type of NPC found in ADOM. Unsurprisingly, shopkeepers are only found in shops; there are thus five guaranteed shopkeepers in the game, with others found in random dungeon shops. All shopkeepers are named, and four of the five guaranteed shopkeepers have a consistent name (the casino shopkeeper being the exception). Shopkeepers are very fast and strong opponents, and can throw gold pieces as a ranged attack. Fighting shopkeepers is also considered an evil act that may cause PCs of non-chaotic alignment to become cursed if (s)he attacks one, and/or doomed if (s)he kills one.
  • A shopkeeper is the Non Player Character who maintains his or her shop. Each shop in the game will typically have at least one shopkeeper. A shopkeeper acts like any other NPC and has no other special functionality. The buy or sell commands do not involve the shopkeeper; they only require the player to stand inside the shop. If a GM would remove the shopkeeper from the shop, then the shop would continue to function as normal. When roleplaying, think of the shopkeeper as the person who performs these duties:
  • The Shopkeeper is a man running a shop of three possible items. There are three Shopkeepers at the Streets at Night. The Shopkeeper will call Clarence a vagrant and kick him out if he does not have enough money to buy an item. Otherwise, he will introduce his items as he sees that Clarence is about to go on a date. If Clarence attempts to re-enter, the Shopkeeper warns him again about coming back and tells him to live with the choice he makes. The Shopkeepers own a Chocolate Shop, a Stuffed Animal Shop and a Flower Shop.
  • thumb|280px|Der bekannteste der Shopkeeper.Als Shopkeeper bezeichnet man die unterschiedlichen Besitzer der Seiten-Shop, Geheimen Shop und Fontänen-Shop aus DotA und Dota 2, hauptsächlich aber den Shopkeeper des Geheimen Shops auf der Seite der Radiant, der auch in dem Comic 'Geschichten vom Geheimen Shop: Sind wir schon Helden?' vorkommt und im 'Dota 2-Gamescom-Trailer' als Erzähler auftritt. Dieser besaß mehrere Jahre lang Sounddateien, die erst mit dem Neue Reise-Update von 2016 implementiert wurden.
  • Shopkeepers tend shops. They are relatively tough for low level characters and therefore excel at preventing shoplifting. Shopkeepers are generated with (1000 + 30*d100) zorkmids, a skeleton key, and some or all of a wand of striking, a potion of healing, a potion of extra healing, and a wand of magic missile (a d4 is rolled and that many items are generated starting from the beginning of that list). Jewelers (shopkeepers of ring stores) also get a touchstone.
  • Shopkeepers zijn houders van general stores. Ze zijn te vinden in elke general store, over heel RuneScape. Ze worden geholpen door een Shop assistant. Ze kunnen je ook leren winkels te gebruiken met een Player Stock tabblad. 1. * DOORVERWIJZING
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Level
  • 35
Era
  • 2012
Portrayed By
Alignment
  • Neutral
Version
  • Lumbridge
  • Menaphos
  • New Varrock
  • Al Kharid
QuestNPC?
  • No
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Tips
  • While a degraded item has a lower price, an upgraded, or enchanted, item has a higher price. * Once you have a bunch of weapons that you don't need from Skeletons, drop them if you need to, but once you reach the Caves Shop, sell all the weapons to the Shopkeeper.
  • You should keep even the mystery meat for yourself, as it can be frozen and eaten in times of starvation. * Keep in mind that the price of the items you’re selling depends on their attributes.
  • * Don’t fight in the shop. ** If the Shopkeeper gets hurt, he’ll disappear along with his merchandise. * Don’t read scrolls, or use potions, that apply a debuff/buff, in the Shop: If any debuff/buff is applied to the shopkeeper, he’ll disappear along with his merchandise. ** The only potions that are safe to use in the Shop are: Potion of Experience, Potion of Strength, Potion of Healing, Potion of Invisibility, Potion of Levitation, Potion of Mind Vision, Potion of Might, and Potion of Purification . ** The only scrolls that are safe to use in the Shop are: Scroll of Identify, Scroll of Remove Curse, Scroll of Teleportation, Scroll of Mirror Image, Scroll of Upgrade, Scroll of Recharging, Scroll of Magic Mapping, and Scroll of Enchantment. **When using an unidentified scroll or potion, make sure you use it outside of the Shop, to prevent any risks. * Don’t bother wasting your gold on the overpriced food ration that is offered in the Shop . * Never sell your food to the Shopkeeper, as the selling price is too low and not worth it.
temp companion
  • no
talking head
  • no
Trivia
  • * In versions before , if the enemy you’re fighting in the shop drops an item, it will automatically become part of the merchandise; and then the only way to get it is to buy it. * Items that are being sold in the Shop cannot be stolen with the Wand of Reach.
cntry
  • Korea
skillrequired
  • No
  • Nee
perm companion
  • no
restocks
  • no
Unique
  • No
hideb
  • yes
Corpse
  • Shopkeepers don't leave corpses.
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  • -
ondeath
  • empty
heal cripple
  • no
bow
  • 26
Examine
  • A product of a consumerist society.
  • Sells stuff.
  • Helps sell stuff.
  • A product of consumerist society.
  • It's a Shopkeeper
  • It's a Shopkeeper.
  • Sells stuff.
  • Maybe he'd like to buy some of my junk I wonder what he's got for sale
occup
  • Shopkeeper
Mana
  • 90
DEX
  • 51
Heal
  • no
MagicRes
  • Very high
questrequired
  • No
  • Nee
Quests
IsHostile
  • No
Tactics
  • 24
Monster Memory
  • A portly, red-faced chap, with bushy eyebrows and a big smile. A happy face that is fearsome at the same time, for it rests upon a considerable bulk, and belies faint signs and promises to defend his wares at all costs. The eyes twinkle and are ever alert, darting subtly from shelf to shelf in a constant stock-check.
Apparel
KPL
  • Unknown
Mag
  • 49
SeeInvis
  • Yes
cure radiation
  • no
str
  • 49
Sells
  • General items and player sold items.
SeeInDark
  • Yes
CHA
  • 39
quests started
  • -
Resistances
  • y
  • Data Availables
Sprite
  • 84.0
  • C140&C141-Shopkeeper.png
  • C140&C141-Shopkeeper_elonaplus.png
wares
  • -
Only appearance
Evasion
  • 44
Quest
  • No
  • Nee
otheritem
  • -
quests involved
  • * Destroy the Mutant leader
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Special
  • *Thrown gold piece attack *One-time summoning *Very often shrugs off bolts and other resistible magic *Immune to death rays *Cannot be swapped with *Diagonal movement
Box Title
  • Shop Keeper
Voice
Appearances
  • Star Fox Adventures
Games
  • FO1
Eyes
  • Dark
  • Black
Speed
  • 119
Weapon
  • -
Status
  • Alive
Appearance
  • Go-Gaia
Affiliation
Role
Per
  • 66
Hair
  • Black
Introduced
  • 2003-02-18
Actor
Name
  • Unknown
  • Shopkeeper
  • Shopkeeper
  • shopkeeper
  • "Shopkeeper"
  • ShopKeeper
Type
  • Non-playable character
Ethnicity
  • Asian
ImageSize
  • 150
Sex
  • Male
rnerve
  • Normal
  • Little
rlightning
  • Normal
  • Little
rchaos
  • Normal
  • Little
rnether
  • Normal
  • Little
rfire
  • Normal
  • Little
rmagic
  • No Resist
rmind
  • Normal
  • Little
rdarkness
  • Normal
  • Little
rsound
  • Normal
  • Little
rpoison
  • Normal
  • Little
rcold
  • Normal
  • Little
Row 19 title
Row 19 info
  • "basic_shop"
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  • 1
  • 5
Item7Price
  • 2
  • 20
Item1Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item4Price
  • 2
  • 3
  • 50
ShopImage
Item8Img
Item1Img
Item6Img
Item3Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item3Price
  • 1
  • 2
Item8Price
  • 5
  • 20
Item5Img
Item5Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item2Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item3Img
Item2Img
Item4Img
Item5Price
  • 2
  • 6
Item8Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item7Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item4Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item1Price
  • 1
  • 5
  • 500000
ShopTitle
  • General Store
Item6Stock
  • 100
  • 10000
Item6Price
  • 2
  • 4
  • 100
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  • 52
derived
  • Action Points: 7
  • Healing Rate: 1
  • Melee Damage: 1
  • Carry Weight: 150
  • Sequence: 10
  • Experience Points: 80
  • Armor Class: 9
  • Hit Points: 22
Members
  • Yes
  • No
  • Nee
imagewidth
  • 150
Link
  • Sold Jin a stuffed panda bear toy
literacy
  • 24
Update
  • Runescape beta is now online!
  • Dimension of Disaster – 200th Quest
  • Menaphos - The Gates are Open
  • 1.0
Shop
Species
Title
  • Shopkeeper
Info
  • The Shopkeeper can be found in the Shop, on Depths 6, 11, 16, & 21 . The Shop will always be in a room adjacent to the staircase that brought you down to that depth. They will sell overpriced items; and will buy items from the Hero/ine, for a significantly lower gold return rate. The purchase price will be five times higher than the sell price of an item. On Depth 6, he will buy your items for about 10% of their selling price. The price for each item rises by about 50% in each subsequent Shop. Unidentified items are less expensive than identified items, and less useful potions and scrolls are less expensive than more useful ones . If any damage, or any buff, is applied to the Shopkeeper, he and his goods will immediately disappear, leaving an empty room. It means that, in addition to damage , harmful potions, aggressive scrolls, and some wands will make the Shopkeeper flee, so don't test out scrolls while in the line of sight of the Shopkeeper. If you use a Wand of Teleportation on the Shopkeeper, he will be teleported outside of his Shop, but you can still buy & sell items from him.
Faith
  • 26
Class
  • Gunner
Description
  • Shopkeeper is a type of NPC found in ADOM. Unsurprisingly, shopkeepers are only found in shops; there are thus five guaranteed shopkeepers in the game, with others found in random dungeon shops. All shopkeepers are named, and four of the five guaranteed shopkeepers have a consistent name . Shopkeepers are always one of the playable races, and base buying/selling prices on the relations between that race and the PC's race. Munxip and the casino shopkeeper are always human, and Waldenbrook is always a dwarf; all other shopkeepers are of randomly chosen races. Shopkeepers will become hostile if attacked, or if the PC leaves the shop without paying for an item , or if they are affected by the PC's unholy aura. When they become hostile they will perform a once-off summoning of monsters to protect their wares; Waldenbrook summons muscular dwarves, the casino shopkeeper summons casino guards, and other shopkeepers summon thugs. Shopkeepers are very fast and strong opponents, and can throw gold pieces as a ranged attack. Fighting shopkeepers is also considered an evil act that may cause PCs of non-chaotic alignment to become cursed if he attacks one, and/or doomed if he kills one. Note that if the PC sells an artifact to a shopkeeper, they will increase in experience level and thus become more of a threat to a PC that tries to steal the artifact back for re-sellinghttp://www.adom.de/forums/project.php?issueid=2809. Shopkeepers gain 5 + character level/2 levels for each artifact sold to them. If for whatever reason the PC attempts to wish for a shopkeeper, he will be attacked by a large gang of summoned thugs instead.
dialogue
Purpose
  • *Community interaction *Storyline characters *Game characters
Symbol
  • @
Home
Image
  • 100
Stats
  • Leggot: Level 11, DV: 19, PV: 10, Hits: 331, Attacks: 3, Damage: 21-36. Speed: 158.
  • Waldenbrook: Level: 12, DV: 22, PV: 10, Hits: 373, Attacks: 3, Damage: 21-36. Speed: 161.
  • Casino shopkeeper: Level: 11, DV: 46, PV: 20, Hits: 891, Attacks: 6, Damage: 21-36. Speed: 203.
  • Barnabas: Level: 13, DV: 18, PV: 10, Hits: 410, Attacks: 3, Damage: 21-36. Speed: 129.
  • Stats tend to differ between shopkeepers. Munxip: Level 10, DV: 16, PV: 10, Hits: 289, Attacks: 3, Damage: 21-36. Speed: 147.
Profession
  • Toy store owner
Firearm
  • 28
  • 46
Homeworld
  • ThornTail Store
Life
  • 100
Occupation
  • Salesman
  • Shopkeeper in Chinatown
Episodes
Casting
  • 24
Family
  • Master Kwan
Release
  • 2001-01-04
  • 2015-03-23
  • 2017-06-05
  • 1.0
Released
  • 2001-01-04
LEA
  • 56
Skin
  • Tan
  • Green, Yellow
Place
  • Seoul, South Korea
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
  • Varieert.
Map
Race
Tribe
  • Unknown
Features
  • Runs a general store
  • Verkoopt allerlei soorten spullen.
Shield
  • 24
Birth
  • +192 BLW
Location
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  • 26
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  • 26
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  • 26
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  • 64
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  • 26
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  • 26
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  • 26
Stealth
  • 26
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  • 26
Meditation
  • 26
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  • 24
Axe
  • 26
Throwing
  • 26
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  • 26
Blunt
  • 26
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  • 40
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  • 26
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  • 44
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  • 24
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  • 24
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  • Tinderbox
  • Amulet mould
  • Shield right half
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  • Watch
  • Vial of water
  • Pestle and mortar
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  • Feather
  • Anti-dragon shield
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  • Hammer
  • Ball of wool
  • Needle
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  • Spade
  • Sextant
  • Glassblowing pipe
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  • Ring mould
  • Lockpick
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  • Chart
  • Knife
  • Soda ash
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  • Thread
  • Chisel
  • Necklace mould
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  • When right-clicking on a shopkeeper, you have two options other than examine: Talk to, or Trade. Clicking trade sends you directly to the store's wares menu, where you can buy and sell goods. Clicking talk to is a more roundabout fashion of this that ends in him telling you information that can be dependant on location, or explaining the player/store stock tab.
  • The shopkeeper is a member of the Children of the Cathedral around 2161.
  • Shopkeepers are high school-educated women who stock and sell merchandise in stores. The higher the shopkeeper's skill is, the better the service quality is where they work. Shopkeepers work in marketplaces, supermarkets, souvenir shops, shopping malls, and the gift shops of childhood museums. Experience in being a shopkeeper or journalist is required for women to become the Minister of the Economy. Men need experience in being either a banker or customs officer.
  • Shopkeeper was a Runescape player that was infamous for luring in 2011-2012. His YouTube channel, Lurescape, had over 10B in recorded lures. On August 7th, 2012, Shopkeeper was permanently banned for abusing the Crucible money dupe glitch. A max cash stack was required in order to perform the glitch, thus many players were unable to do it. Shopkeeper was level 138 when he was banned and had multiple max cash stacks. Following the ban, Jagex issues one their first public name-and-shames on the forum
  • The shopkeeper maintains a modest business that sells walking sticks.
  • Shopkeeper, eli kaupanpitäjä, on ihminen, joka toimii erilaisissa RuneScapen kaupoissa, kuten ase-, timantti- ja käsityövälinekaupoissa. Kun klikkaa häntä hiiren oikealla puolella saa vaihtoehdot "Talk to" ja "Trade" tavallisten "walk here" ja "examine" lisäksi.
  • Doctor Beverly Crusher almost bought fabric from a Bandi shopkeeper on Farpoint Station in 2364. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint" ) Deep Space 9 had many shopkeepers, mostly Bajorans. In an alternate timeline, a shopkeeper in the Delta Quadrant attempted to sell a timepiece to Tom Paris. (VOY: "Time and Again")
  • A Shopkeeper is someone who runs a shop.
  • A shopkeeper is the Non Player Character who maintains his or her shop. Each shop in the game will typically have at least one shopkeeper. A shopkeeper acts like any other NPC and has no other special functionality. The buy or sell commands do not involve the shopkeeper; they only require the player to stand inside the shop. If a GM would remove the shopkeeper from the shop, then the shop would continue to function as normal. Like other NPCs, the shopkeepers talk, and some shopkeepers give also quests. Most shopkeepers will respond to "name" and "job". Some shopkeepers respond to terms like like "buy" and "sell", or to names of relevant items. Some shops have two NPCs. Often one character is the shopkeeper and the other character might be an apprentice; say "job" to determine this. The apprentice might have a "quest". When roleplaying, think of the shopkeeper as the person who performs these duties: * stocking the shelves (effecting stock rotation) * setting the prices of goods * receiving the caravans of goods * watching the shop to prevent theft
  • A shopkeeper is an NPC that runs the many General Stores located throughout RuneScape Classic. Often they have assistants to help them in the more populated stores, such as major cities. A shopkeeper also runs the shop Varrock Swords in southern Varrock. In Zanaris Fairy Shopkeepers are smaller versions of the regular shopkeepers.
  • The Shopkeeper is a NPC. __TOC__
  • thumb|280px|Der bekannteste der Shopkeeper.Als Shopkeeper bezeichnet man die unterschiedlichen Besitzer der Seiten-Shop, Geheimen Shop und Fontänen-Shop aus DotA und Dota 2, hauptsächlich aber den Shopkeeper des Geheimen Shops auf der Seite der Radiant, der auch in dem Comic 'Geschichten vom Geheimen Shop: Sind wir schon Helden?' vorkommt und im 'Dota 2-Gamescom-Trailer' als Erzähler auftritt. Dieser besaß mehrere Jahre lang Sounddateien, die erst mit dem Neue Reise-Update von 2016 implementiert wurden. Neben seinem prominenten Auftreten in den Comics und manchen Videos tritt der Secret Shopkeeper auch in der VR-Spielesammlung The Lab im Level "Secret Shop" auf, die erstmals auf der Gamescom 2015 vorgestellt wurde.
  • Shopkeeper can be found in North-West Edgeville. When using the "talk to" option when right-clicking it, you go straight to their shop. The Shopkeeper only sells spawnable items. You can only buy items from the shop with coins. You can trade items back to the Shopkeeper for a lower price.
  • Shopkeepers are friendly NPCs. Some appear in towns as blacksmiths, blackmarket vendors, goods vendors, general vendors, food vendors, bakers, innkeepers, slave masters, and traders; others are wandering vendors that interrupt road travel on the world map to sell equipment; and still others appear randomly in museums and shops. Magic vendors and town wizards are a different NPC with different sprites, much lower level, and weaker stats.
  • The shopkeeper appeared in only two episodes. He offered to trade Kevin Keene a golden battleaxe for his Zapper in "Three Men and a Dragon," but wound up trading him some magical herbs for his digital watch. He also sold a magic helmet to Kid Icarus and water skis to Simon Belmont, all of which helped them when King Hippo and Eggplant Wizard came after them with dragons. A mustachioed shopkeeper appeared in "The Trojan Dragon," in which he sold Kevin and Princess Lana some Fairy Water and a map to the Axe Knight's cave.
  • Shopkeeper is a type of NPC found in ADOM. Unsurprisingly, shopkeepers are only found in shops; there are thus five guaranteed shopkeepers in the game, with others found in random dungeon shops. All shopkeepers are named, and four of the five guaranteed shopkeepers have a consistent name (the casino shopkeeper being the exception). Shopkeepers are always one of the playable races, and base buying/selling prices on the relations between that race and the PC's race. Munxip and the casino shopkeeper are always human, and Waldenbrook is always a dwarf; all other shopkeepers are of randomly chosen races. Shopkeepers will become hostile if attacked, or if the PC leaves the shop without paying for an item (or otherwise shoplifts), or if they are affected by the PC's unholy aura. When they become hostile they will perform a once-off summoning of monsters to protect their wares; Waldenbrook summons muscular dwarves, the casino shopkeeper summons casino guards, and other shopkeepers summon thugs. Shopkeepers are very fast and strong opponents, and can throw gold pieces as a ranged attack. Fighting shopkeepers is also considered an evil act that may cause PCs of non-chaotic alignment to become cursed if (s)he attacks one, and/or doomed if (s)he kills one. Note that (as of v. 1.2.0) if the PC sells an artifact (including sis) to a shopkeeper, they will increase in experience level and thus become more of a threat to a PC that tries to steal the artifact(s) back for re-selling[1]. Shopkeepers gain 5 + character level/2 levels (rounded down) for each artifact (or stack of artifacts in the case of sis) sold to them. If for whatever reason the PC attempts to wish for a shopkeeper, (s)he will be attacked by a large gang of summoned thugs instead.
  • The shopkeeper is the owner of a toy store visited by Jin in a flashback. He helped Jin find a stuffed panda plush, and was later bribed by Jin to give him a second panda, which was on layaway. He advised Jin not to lose this one. ("Ji Yeon")
  • Shopkeepers are mobs which enable players to buy, sell, and mend items at various shops around the world.
  • Shopkeepers tend shops. They are relatively tough for low level characters and therefore excel at preventing shoplifting. Shopkeepers are generated with (1000 + 30*d100) zorkmids, a skeleton key, and some or all of a wand of striking, a potion of healing, a potion of extra healing, and a wand of magic missile (a d4 is rolled and that many items are generated starting from the beginning of that list). Jewelers (shopkeepers of ring stores) also get a touchstone. Should a character die in the hands of a shopkeeper, or be killed while there's an angry shopkeeper around, any possible Bones files will be generated with the player's grave empty - the possessions are all transported to the store and inherited by the shopkeeper, who must be pacified in order to safely search the loot. For chaotic human players shopkeepers have a strategic value in that they are one of the few sources of human corpses in the early levels, which can be used to automatically convert an altar for chaotic humans.
  • Shopkeepers zijn houders van general stores. Ze zijn te vinden in elke general store, over heel RuneScape. Ze worden geholpen door een Shop assistant. Ze kunnen je ook leren winkels te gebruiken met een Player Stock tabblad. Als je met een rechtermuisklik op een shopkeeper klikt heb je 2 andere opties dan examine: Talk to en Trade. Als je op Trade klikt ga je meteen naar het menu van de winkel, waar je je spullen kan kopen en verkopen. Als je op talk klikt krijg je uiteindelijk informatie over de omgeving of het uitleggen van de player/store stock tabs. Ook heb je de optie om dan naar de store te gaan. 1. * DOORVERWIJZING
  • The Shopkeeper is a man running a shop of three possible items. There are three Shopkeepers at the Streets at Night. The Shopkeeper will call Clarence a vagrant and kick him out if he does not have enough money to buy an item. Otherwise, he will introduce his items as he sees that Clarence is about to go on a date. Each of his items cost £250 but for some strange reason, the Shopkeeper will prohibit Clarence buying more than one item so he warns him to choose carefully. During the thinking, Clarence can talk to the Shopkeeper to hear the description of each item again. Once Clarence purchases an item, the Shopkeeper congratulates him for his "splendid choice" and tells him to get out of his shop and never come back. If Clarence attempts to re-enter, the Shopkeeper warns him again about coming back and tells him to live with the choice he makes. The Shopkeepers own a Chocolate Shop, a Stuffed Animal Shop and a Flower Shop.
  • When Yen Lo betrayed his former master, the Zen Master sent his daughter An Ling to retrieve the Dragon Blade from his old friend, as it was the only thing that could stop him. When An Ling arrived at Master Kwan's shop down in Chinatown, the shopkeeper refused to give her the blade, so An Ling stole it instead. This was witnessed by Piper Halliwell, who chased after her and saw Yen Lo stabbing the Zen Master and taking him to Limbo.
  • In Soulsplit, the General Store, represented by Shopkeepers throughout major cities, is a shop that sells miscellaneous items that are generally helpful or useful. General Stores are also a place for players to sell goods to in exchange for Coins, though more uncommon items are generally not sold to these shops because they tend to have a higher value to other players than they do to the shopkeepers.
  • When Jin entered his toy store, the shopkeeper assisted him in finding a plush panda. He inquired as to whether he was going to the maternity ward, and whether it was a boy or a girl, Jin replied that he didn't know yet, and the shopkeeper stated that everyone loves a panda. After losing the panda, Jin returned to purchase a second, which was behind the counter. The shopkeeper informed him that it was on hold, however, after Jin offered a large sum of money, he obliged. (Ji Yeon)
  • "Antonio's Pizza is so good you'll want to obey its every command."
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