!!pyb5WSpixjT 04/18/11(Mon)01:47 No.14630350|
You are Gneutered (randomly chosen), a recently freed slave. Your hands on experience should give you an edge over the average hobbyist who you expect to be your competition at this level.
The slave market is a mass of buildings and occasionally stalls of varying trustworthiness. It has naturally formed around the auction house, where criminals and prisoners of war are sold. However, individuals seeking to make deals, especially those looking for something specific, often must do business less officially.
The obvious place to start is the auction house. Unskilled slaves and convicted criminals are lumped together, and go for 25 SP. Trained arena slaves can set you back anywhere from 50 to 100, depending on their credentials.
You set out to find any non-humans for sale that you can. Many of the merchants are a bit shocked to be dealing with a gnoll, but only show it when they think you aren't looking. Unfortunately, the only non-human you can find is a sullen lizardfolk woman, captured in a border raid. Since she's a bit of a risk, you haggle her price down to 35 SP.
You have 150 SP to work with, and enough space to house five slaves. That 150 SP has to get you weapons and armor, as well. You can buy armor for 10 SP, a buckler for 1, metal weapons for 10, and simple non-metal weapons (club, net) for 1.
You can choose from the above options, or look elsewhere for something specific. If buying weapons, metal or simple, specify what type.