Wolf pelts, mostly obtained by killing the common direwolves, are one of the many items in the game. If you have no particular use for them, you might want to sell them. This guide will tell you how to.
Where to Sell Wolf Pelts in Battle Brothers
While playing Battle Brothers, you no doubt were attacked by direwolves. Upon killing them, you usually get their pelts. Or as the game calls them, “Unusually Large Wolf Pelt”. The game states that they are worth 500 Crowns, but you most likely found that you can’t find anyone buying them at that price.
The sad truth is that you regularly can not sell them for their full value. Much like with every other item in the game, you get a small fraction of an item’s full worth when selling it. This means that you will generally sell them for an average of 40 crowns. Sometimes it will be on the lower end, closer to 36 crowns. Other times it will be on the higher end of the spectrum, at 50 crowns. These prices are dependent on a lot of factors such as your relationship with the town and how big the town is.
As for how to sell your items, you can sell them at any town. Considering that every town will variety their prices based on many factors, as previously stated. Regardless, once you’re in a town you just have to go any shop, such as the marketplace. You can sell items from your stash in the trading menu.
There are however a few things to keep in mind to increase their values.
Villages with Ambushed Trade Routes
Towns with nearby brigand camps will usually note that they have “ambushed trade routes”. This means that the villagers can’t do regular trades due to the brigands. This is somewhat in your favor, however, as they are more willing to pay higher prices for your items, including the wolf pelts.
Maybe consider selling your items to these towns before you help them with their brigand problems. Do note that this village modifier does also increase the buying price for items, making them more expensive for you.
Now this is something that can happen randomly. While walking around town with a pelt in your possession, you might be approached by someone willing to buy it at full price. The thing here is that this is entirely and completely random.
There is nothing you can do to make this event trigger. While it’s definitely the best sale price for pelts you’re going to get, it’s unreliable due to its random nature. Definitely something to keep in mind, however. It’s up to you whether you want to sell them regularly or wait for this random event to happen.
How To Get A 4th Ingredient Slot For Necromancy In Spellforce Conquest Of Eo
Make the undead fight for you by using this guide!
The Frozen Throne was one of the RTS games I previously played, and I recall playing the campaign and going up against the undead only to discover that you actually sided with the undead in the end. Given the discussion of the undead, some of you may be familiar with necromancy in Spellforce. If you’re lacking the fourth ingredient and are unsure of how to obtain it, don’t worry—we’ve got you covered.
The 4th Ingredient Slot For Necromancy
It is important to note that you may complete all Necromancy concoctions, even Tier 3 units, with just the initial three ingredients. To make some of the more challenging undead, you will undoubtedly require higher quality ingredients.
However, if you have advanced in the game sufficiently to obtain the more valuable resources, you do not need the fourth ingredient.
Open your Grimoire to see the location of the fourth ingredient for necromancy. When you’re in the Grimoire, use the tabs at the bottom of the screen to go to the Necromancy page; the icon is a malevolent hand emerging from the ground.
There are a number of challenges there, and each one provides a prize. The first three tests concern spells. After successfully completing the first three tasks, you receive the Summon Necromancer Minions, Soul Cage, and Soul Catcher.
But the Soul Well, a unique room, can only be accessed by completing the final task. You will receive new prizes as you unlock this room and add it to your tower, such as weekly souls, an extra army stack space, and the option to utilize a fourth ingredient when summoning undead creatures using necromancy.