Merchant Locations and Goods for Sale

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Merchants are a new feature in Conan Exiles designed to give the PvE players more depth to their game. Since the Alpha release Sepermeru, City of the Relic Hunters has long been a place of leveling up and thrall hunting. Whilst this still can still be the case, the city is now neutral.

Merchant Location Map

Merchants in Sepermeru, City of the Relic Hunters

Neutral means none of the existing thralls will attack you – Unless attacked. This has also opened up a much more friendly dynamic for both PvE & RP players. It is now a bustling desert metropolis full of beautifully re-sculpted buildings, trees and water. As well as the change to the scenery, Merchants have been added.

These merchants are the first of their kind in Conan Exiles that allow players to buy items from NPCs. These items are obtained by trading Silver and Gold Coins in exchange for what ever the merchant has to offer. I’ll be writing a separate article on how to obtain these later on.

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What’s on Offer?

Sepermeru, City of the Relic HuntersCurrently, there are only a handful of items that a lone Exile can purchase. These range from:

  • Glass Flasks
  • Ice Tea
  • Spiced Pork
  • Mystery Meat Soup
  • Honeyed Wine
  • Ale
  • Bear Pelt
  • Elephant’s Hide

Have a look at the map above with who sells what. Other than the Bear Pelt and Elephants Hide which are 5 gold coins a piece. Everything else ranges from 1 silver coin (Glass Flask) and 5 Silver Coins (All other items)

This could all very well change once the game is (finally) released tomorrow! And if it does, I’ll update this article with all the new riches Sepermeru has to offer!

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