Talk:The Witcher 3 merchants
Removal and referral[edit source]
Is it alright if all the innkeepers, herbalists, blacksmiths, and armorers are removed and instead referred to their respective pages under 'see also'? Make this page exclusively for merchants as it says in the page's title. If we list them all here, the readers are most probably going to miss their (the innkeepers', herbalists', blacksmiths', & armorers') pages and all that typing and linking.. well..
'Other Merchants'[edit source]
In regards to the discussion about the traveling merchants of the Innkeeper page - merchants who are outside any landmarks (places that has signposts) - is it alright if we add them here? It is interesting that the merchants here (and innkeepers or barbers outside this page) have their own pages. Maybe we can at least list where these traveling merchants can be found? Although the list would be the last for each region and would be called 'Other Merchants'. — kd103 (talk) 00:05, 29 November 2015 (UTC)
- Certainly, i know there are several travelling merchants, it's just a bit hard to identify them, but mentioning them here is a good start.
1. It would be nice to add the prices at which they buy some common goods (wolf/deer/bear hides for example) - would be VERY usefull. Though not sure how to make it convenient, not sure even a table can handle this. If different merchants have some fixed "discounts" (in percent) from a base price at which they buy goods, it would be easier to compare them. Though I have a doubt that they buy all goods with the same discount from a "base" price that is shown in your inventory. 2. Many of them don't have a name, how to write them here? - John Miles (talk) 00:33, 16 July 2015 (UTC)
- I'd love to see that too, but CDPR has refused to give us any assets so unless someone reverse engineers the game and gets the data, all we can do is list the merchants — Game widow (talk) 03:26, 16 July 2015 (UTC)