Vendor

Vendor Zada in the Marketplace has a very important role within the ingame economy. Not only can you buy some unique items from his store (including potions and the Gold Egg), but you can also use the vendor to sell items you manage to loot when you send heroes on their Profession Quests.

Buying Items from the Vendor

To have a look at what Zada has to sell, click ‘Buy Items’ from this small menu box. At the time of writing, these are the options you’ll see:

“The potion courses through the blood, neutralizing toxins and rendering them harmless. Grants immunity to poison while it remains in the body.”

The Anti-poison Potion will likely be used in PVE or PVP elements of the game.
“Interacts with the magical energies that cause blinding, rendering them powerless and restoring sight. Grants immunity to blindness while the effects linger.”

The Anti-blinding Potion will likely be used in PVE or PVP elements of the game.
“First aid for the adventuring Hero. Heals minor wounds and restores some Hit Points to a Hero instantly.”

The Health Vial will likely be used in PVE or PVP elements of the game.
“Contains raw magical energy in a tasty liquid form. Restores some Mana to a Hero instantly.”

The Mana Vial will likely be used in PVE or PVP elements of the game.
“Looks like real gold. Is it though?”

Will be used to hatch Pets from the Hatchery area.
Click on the items below to go to their item pages.

Selling Items to the Vendor

You can sell almost any item you find on Level 0 Profession Quests to the Vendor for Gold. Whether you choose to do this or save your items for crafting material is entirely up to you, but if you want to sell items, it’s a pretty straightforward process:

First you have to approve the contract. Even though loot items exist as an ingame token, selling items counts as a Transaction (TX) with your wallet. So before you can sell your chosen items, you have to approve the contract. This is the first step towards being able to sell an item for the vendor. It’s like giving a phone app permission to access one of your phone settings (like media files) – it’ll then maintain its authorization until you manually revoke the contract from your wallet. For more information on contracts and your wallet, click here.

Once you have approved the contract (which will cost a teeny, tiny amount in gas fees), you’ll be able to sell your items for Gold. These transactions will cost a little more to push through, though typically still a lot less than the value of the items you’re selling.

One thing to consider doing is keeping items in your inventory until you have a large number of them, or until you really need to sell them, so you’re not wasting unnecessary gas fees selling one Bloater at a time, for instance.

Item Selling Prices (in Gold) at the Vendor

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