Borthuum Company Store Armory

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Borthuum Company Store Armory is the armor shop in Kharam Dzu. It is located through the steel door in the Borthuum Company Store. The Armory takes trading skill into account when determining prices.

[Company Store, Armory]
Large display cases line the room and provide customers with examples of local wares. Shields of varying size and description, and of several different materials, are mounted high up on the walls. Armor mounted upon stands fill the floor of the armory and provide an example of the quality of their workmanship. You also see a framed wooden sign, a dwarven armorsmith, a large polished wooden counter with some stuff on it and a steel door.

Inventory

Item Price Information
a shield
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
100
330,6100, 8190, 6860, 5530
9 lbs, Medium Shield
some robes 90 7 lbs, cloth armor
some bracers
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
180
594, 10980, 14742, 12348, 9954
5 lbs, arm greaves
some leg guards
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
170
561, 10370, 13923, 11662, 9401
5 lbs, leg greaves
some light leather 200 9 lbs, light leather
some full leather 230 13 lbs, full leather
some reinforced leather 310 15 lbs, reinforced leather
some double leather 450 16 lbs, double leather
a leather breastplate 500 16 lbs, leather breastplate
some cuirbouilli leather
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
510
2376, 43920, 58968, 49392, 39816
18 lbs, cuirbouilli
some studded leather
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
1000
3300, 61000, 81900, 68600, 55300
19 lbs, studded leather
some brigandine armor
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
1300
4290, 78300, 106470, 89180, 71890
25 lbs, brigandine
some chain mail
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
800
2640, 48800, 65520, 54880, 44240
25 lbs, torso chain
some double chain
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
980
3234, 59780, 80262, 67228, 54194
27 lbs, double chain
some augmented chain
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
1020
3366, 62220, 83538, 69972, 56406
25 lbs, augmented chain
a chain hauberk
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
1700
5610, 103700, 139230, 116620, 94010
30 lbs, chain hauberk
a metal breastplate
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
1600
5280, 97600, 131040, 109760, 88480
25 lbs, MBP
an augmented breastplate
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
1800
5940, 109800, 147420, 123480, 99540
25 lbs, augmented breastplate
some half plate
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
6200
20460, 378200, 507780, 425320, 342860
52 lbs, half plate
some full plate
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
14000
46200, 854000, 1146600, 960400, 774200
80 lbs, full plate
a helm
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
60
198, 3660, 4914, 4116, 3318
4 lbs, head armor
a metal aventail
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
50
165, 3050, 4095, 3430, 2765
3 lbs, neck armor
a mesh coif
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
210
693, 12810, 17199, 14406, 11613
4 lbs, head and neck
a greathelm
iron, mithril, ora, imflass, glaes
280
924, 17080, 22932, 19208, 15484
5 lbs, head and neck

The backroom does not offer any merchandise.

Dwarven Armorsmith

The dwarven armorsmith wears a thick grey tunic and matching gloves.  His eyes are completely covered by thick black hair and you wonder how he manages to see at all.

Delicately, the dwarven armorsmith balances a helm on the head of an armor stand, completing the suit.

Grinning, the dwarven armorsmith burnishes a shield. "Ye could use this fer a shavin' mirror!" he boasts, then rubs his beard. "Dunno why ye'd want to, though."

"Make sure ta replace the pads in yer helm after a while," the dwarven armorsmith advises. "Ya get knocked in the noggin, ya ring like a bell fer a week ifn ya don't!"

The dwarven armorsmith begins tooling a suit of light leather armor with great precision. "It's fer me niece," he explains proudly.

The dwarven armorsmith carefully attaches buckles to some arm greaves, then tests the strength of the straps with a tug.

The dwarven armorsmith sits on a stool behind the counter, then takes up a long swath of chainmail and begins adding links from a small bucket next to the chair.

Using a small hammer, the dwarven armorsmith adds shiny studs to some leather armor.

With a heavy awl and leather strips, the dwarven armorsmith begins attaching rings to a leather coat.

"Ya gots ta be careful ta oil yer chain," the dwarven armorsmith says sagely, "'specially this close to the sea." He sets a completely rusted chain shirt up on the counter. "We call this here the Rust Beast. Never seen an oil can in all its days." He cackles. "Ya wants ta buy it, I'll give ye a discount!"

Your eyes are drawn to a steel breastplate with a huge hole in the center of it. "That there took a crossbow bolt full on, and he what wore it lived ta tell," the dwarven armorsmith says. "Good workmanship in me armor!"