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Chapter 30: My little goblin vendor.

player vendor Owning a house is a fantastic experience and now I was saving harder to hire my own little goblin vendor. A vendor is not someone common to come by. Around the world of Agon there are only a handful of them, and they tend to be very loyal to their master. For this reason, once hired you can say that this little scrooge will stick to his landlord for life, so it is very hard to find a goblin looking for work.

My family members told me that you need around one hundred fifty thousand gold coins to hire such goblin so I was saving and selling assets like a madman. This time I reached the 150k mark quite fast because I was earning even more and almost buying nothing to save up. Once I had the money, I started looking for my goblin but for weeks no one replied. Agon could be a harsh world, but unemployment surely does not play it's part here.

Orlanth Rex announced that he is releasing his goblin so I quickly contacted him and asked for the price. Orlanth is not part of my family so probably he went overboard with the price. "200k", he said. "Keep your goblin and I my 200k, you vicious capitalist", I replied. The conversation was very brief but that put me in my previous situation. Although I wanted the goblin badly, I was not willing to let Orlanth rip me off. I prayed to the gods of Agon so that he will not find a buyer and lower the price to the right amount of one hundred fifty thousand gold.

finally my own goblin vendor Clearly my praying skill is all but surging. I heard no word from Orlanth and my hopes to be the manager of my little goblin were dwindling by the minute. It seemed to me that the space designated for my goblin was getting larger and emptier by the minute. I could not look elsewhere and it was starting to be an obsession. I was dreaming of goblins and shops every night until I could resist no more. By this time I had enough money saved up for the vendor and I was tending to embrace the cruel price that Orlanth put up until another player, Hocsa Vel, contacted me out of the blues. "Are you still looking for an obedient goblin?", he asked. "Yep, paying 150k to adopt him", I said. "Deal", he replied, and my world was soon brightened up! Hocsa is truly an honest dealer indeed!

The deal was closed in the chaos city of White view, and I rushed back to my house to setup my little goblin vendor for sales. I chose a royal and fitting name for my little goblin; Ebenezer. I have no idea where I got that name from, but it was just right for him. Then I gave Ebenezer tons of gear and rare stuff to sell and he was delighted to pass all the time counting coins and walking to and fro in his little mall. Nowadays I put all my extra stuff for sale so that other denizens could acquire for a good price. With charity in mind I also put up rank 40 weapons at dirt cheap prices. A lot of young people stop by daily at my shop and this gear helps them a lot in their development. Also, as I am a very friendly person, I hand out a lot of free stuff to youngsters that happen to meet me near my house.

Finally I am now a landlord and a business man. I couldn't ask for more and I am glad with myself for achieving so much in so little time, as a part of the Fremen Knights family.

vendor deal with Hocsa Vel

vendor deal in white view

player vendor in my bag

Next Chapter 31: A trip to the Mino lands.

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