The trader is an enterprising Dwarf (dverger) happy to exchange valuables for unique items. He will sell you the Megingjord, Fishing Pole, and more. His wares can only be purchased with coin and you can sell other valuables to him in exchange for coin.
You’ll find the trader out in the Black Forest aways from the spawn altar. He doesn’t travel, so you’ll have to go find him. After you find the trader, you’ll see a bag icon on the map.
His camp is protected by a spherical force-field that repels enemies. You will see a tamed Lox beside the trader’s base and a cartful of goods. Haldor is friendly and will be happy to see you.
Note: You can’t build inside of his force-field.
Items for Sale
|Yule Hat||100 Coins||Fashion|
|Dverger Circlet||620 Coins||Casts light in front of your character|
|Megingjord||950 Coins||Increases inventory carry weight limit by 150|
|Ymir Flesh||120 Coins||Needed to craft Frostner and Iron Sledge|
|Fishing Rod||350 Coins||Used to catch fish, which can be cooked for food|
|Fishing Bait x50||10 Coins||Used to catch fish when combined with the fishing rod|
|Thunder Stone||50 Coins||Used to make the Obliterator (aka Trash Can)|
The Dverger Circlet is basically a headlamp. It provides poor armor but shines light around you. This makes it quite useful for mining, nighttime expeditions, and dungeoneering.
Megingjord is a belt, and it’s a game-changer. Megingjord raises your maximum carrying capacity by 150 (that’s a 50% increase!) and you should buy it as soon as possible. All types of gathering become easier and more efficient with an increased weight limit.
Exchange Rate Table
If you have been collecting your valuables, Haldor is the only way you can utilize them. You can sell your valuable items for coins. The exchange rate for each of the items are as follows: