Background[edit | edit source]
His shop will be locked to the public until Entering Jarvia's Hideout is being obtained. When the Warden passes the shop at this time, they will see Figor being harassed by Carta members led by Roggar. After a short conversation, they will enter his shop to continue the extortion.
Involvement[edit | edit source]
If the Warden enters Figor's shop, before dealing with Jarvia, and approach Figor and the thugs, Roggar will try to extort the Warden by asking 10 for protection, while Figor will ask the Warden to not get involved in this as they don't know what kind of people they are. The Warden can pay the money, refuse or intimidate Roggar (this requires two points in Coercion). A Warden of Dwarf Commoner Origin requires no points in Coercion, as the intimidation will cause Roggar to recognize them which will be enough to make him and his men flee while warning them that Jarvia is looking for them, in order to exact revenge for Beraht's death.Failing the intimidation or choosing to refuse to pay will cause the thugs to attack and be killed. This however will cause Figor to permanently flee for fear of retaliation. He will not return, leaving his shop inaccessible for the rest of the game. Alternatively, paying for the extortion or successfully intimidating the thugs will provide access to Figor's shop. The latter will also earn the merchant's gratitude. If the party defeats Jarvia before ever entering Figor's store, there will be no thug encounter and he will trade normally.
Inventory[edit | edit source]
Access to Figor's merchandise has three advantages, though all are relatively minor. Firstly, he is the only merchant without a mark-up, making his prices the lowest anywhere. Secondly, he stocks an unlimited supply of flasks. Thirdly, his starting inventory includes everything required for the Exotic Methods quest.
|Greater Health Poultice Recipe||3 70 0|
|Health Poultice Recipe||66 0|
|Lesser Injury Kit Recipe||66 0|
|4 0 0|