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The third General Store in Southwest Baldur's Gate is located close to the southern city walls, next to Sunin's Home and right across the street from the second general store and the Merchants' League Estate. Its entrance lies in the shadows, and once inside, the party finds themselves in oddly familiar surroundings.

Two long swords, an Oil of Fiery Burning and sixty-five gold can be found in the shelves, a barrel and the bag; neither the storekeep nor the customers care about taking them. While these commoners are only here during daylight and into the first evening hours, the store itself is open twenty-four hours.


Buy and Sell[]

You are welcome to peruse the goods I have on display, provided you have the gold to buy them.[3]
The selection of items the storekeep offers, differs between game editions: mostly basic armor and weapons – with five large shields +1 in the original game, but a katana and a wakizashi in the Enhanced Edition.
Baldur's Gate GTRBPSK Icon BG1Baldur's Gate (1998)
Content from the original Baldur's Gate main campaign
On top of that, he shares his stock with three other merchants in the city in the original Baldur's Gate,[b] meaning, what is bought here can't be bought anymore at their stores and what is sold here can be found for sale at the other two. This doesn't apply to the Enhanced Edition.

He buys gear – and also jewelry, gems, potions and scrolls – at half their value, with a depreciation rate of five; see below for a detailed list. He will identify all items for one hundred gold. A rogue would need a Pick Pockets skill of ten to successfully steal from him; if a theft fails, a Flaming Fist Enforcer with two colleagues will try to arrest the party.[2]

Note: The prices in the following table show the storekeep's rate: they are applicable for a reputation between ten and fourteen only and will decrease with a charisma above fifteen.
Item Stock gp
Battle Axe 5 7
Baldur's Gate GTRBPSK Icon BG1Baldur's Gate (1998)
Content from the original Baldur's Gate main campaign
Throwing Axe (×5)
7
Baldur's Gate LOGOBG00001 Icon SoDBaldur's Gate:
Enhanced Edition
(2012)
Content from the Enhanced Edition campaign Baldur's Gate
Throwing Axe (×5)
5 7
Club 5 1
Flail 5 22
Mace 5 12
Morning Star 5 15
Dagger 10 3
Halberd 5 15
War Hammer 5 3
Sling 5 1
Spear 5 1
Quarterstaff 5 1
Bastard Sword 5 37
Long Sword 5 22
Short Sword 5 15
Baldur's Gate LOGOBG00001 Icon SoDBaldur's Gate:
Enhanced Edition
(2012)
Content from the Enhanced Edition campaign Baldur's Gate
Katana
1 750
Baldur's Gate LOGOBG00001 Icon SoDBaldur's Gate:
Enhanced Edition
(2012)
Content from the Enhanced Edition campaign Baldur's Gate
Wakizashi
1 75
Two Handed Sword ISW2H0100000 Item icon BG1 Two-handed Sword 5 75
Arrow (×20) 1
Bolt (×20) 1
Bullet (×20) 1
Chain Mail 5 112
Splint Mail 4 120
Leather Armor 5 7
Studded Leather Armor 5 30
Plate Mail 2 900
Small Shield 5 4
Medium Shield 5 10
Baldur's Gate GTRBPSK Icon BG1Baldur's Gate (1998)
Content from the original Baldur's Gate main campaign
Large Shield +1
5 3000
Baldur's Gate LOGOBG00001 Icon SoDBaldur's Gate:
Enhanced Edition
(2012)
Content from the Enhanced Edition campaign Baldur's Gate
Large Shield
5 15


Bugs[]

  • Baldur's Gate GTRBPSK Icon BG1Baldur's Gate (1998)
    Content from the original Baldur's Gate main campaign
    In the original Baldur's Gate, the first and the third shop share a common stock, together with two other stores in the city. Also, the second store has the same stock as the Potion Shop at the back of it.
    "Shared stock" means, what is bought in one affected store can't be bought in another anymore and what is sold at one can be found again at another.
  • The cheat code[1] for the second store still lists it as a "Generic potions store", a remnant from the above mentioned bug that the Potion Shop is accessed through it in the original Baldur's Gate.


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 BGEE.lua
  2. 2.0 2.1 SHOP03.bcs
  3. SHOP03.dlg; State 0
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