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Frodo went forward and nearly bumped into a short fat man with a bald head and a red face. He had a white apron on, and was bustling out of one door and in through another, carrying a tray laden with full mugs.

–At the Sign of the Prancing Pony, The Lord of the Rings

The Bree-land innkeeper is a good trader NPC, who will be happy to trade with anyone that is not enemies with the peaceful region of Bree-land. They sell a variety of food and drink and buy materials to produce even more food. Uniquely, there are both Bree-Man and (less common) Bree-hobbit varieties.

Upon trading with a Bree-land innkeeper, the player earns the achievement "Barliman's Best".

BehaviourEdit

Bree-hobbit Innkeeper

A Bree-hobbit innkeeper.

Bree-land innkeepers will keep their place behind the bar of their inn, waiting for anyone who wants to buy drinks or food. When you kill anyone in the inn or have a negative Bree-land alignment, they will refuse to trade with you.

When attacked, they will fight back with iron or bronze daggers or axes (if they are a Bree-Man) or they will try to flee (if they are a Bree-hobbit).

SpawningEdit

In each Bree-land inn (found in the centre of villages or occasionally in hamlets), one innkeeper will spawn behind the bar. They will not naturally spawn anywhere else.

In the fixed village of Bree in particular, the innkeeper will always be called Barliman Butterbur and the inn will always be called the Prancing Pony.

Items SoldEdit

Below is a table of values for each item that the player is available to purchase from this NPC. Use this table to find out if your innkeeper is giving you a good deal or not. Each innkeeper will not have every item listed for sale.

Items Sold Price Range Image
Steak 5-9 (5coinI to 9coinI) Steak
Cooked Porkchop 5-9 (5coinI to 9coinI) PorkchopCooked
Cooked Mutton 5-9 (5coinI to 9coinI) CookedMutton
Cooked Chicken 5-8 (5coinI to 8coinI) ChickenCooked
Cooked Venison 5-9 (5coinI to 9coinI) CookedVenison
Cooked Rabbit 5-8 (5coinI to 8coinI) CookedRabbit
Rabbit Stew 8-13 (8coinI to 1coinX3coinI) Rabbit Stew
Bread 4-6 (4coinI to 6coinI) Bread
Mug 2-3 (2coinI to 3coinI) Mug
Ceramic Mug 2-3 (2coinI to 3coinI) CeramicMug
Copper Goblet 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) GobletCopper
Wooden Cup 2-3 (2coinI to 3coinI) GobletWood
2 x Baked Potato 5-9 (5coinI to 9coinI) PotatoBaked
Cooked Fish 5-8 (5coinI to 8coinI) FishCooked
Gammon 5-9 (5coinI to 9coinI) Gammon
Mushroom Stew 8-13 (8coinI to 1coinX3coinI) Mushroom Stew
Mushroom Pie 8-13 (8coinI to 1coinX3coinI) Mushroom Pie
Leek Soup 8-13 (8coinI to 1coinX3coinI) Leek Soup
Fine Plate 3-5 (3coinI to 5coinI) Fine Plate
Stoneware Plate 2-3 (2coinI to 3coinI) Stoneware Plate
Ale 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) Ale
Cider 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) Cider
Perry 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) Perry
Mead 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) Mead
Apple Juice 5-8 (5coinI to 8coinI) Apple Juice
4 x Pipe-weed 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) Pipeweed
Smoking Pipe 19-31 (1coinX9coinI to 3coinX1coinI) Smoking Pipe

Items BoughtEdit

Below is a table of values for each item that the player can sell to this NPC. Use this table to earn more money by only selling when the prices are high. You will not be able to sell every item to every bartender as each innkeeper will not want to purchase every item listed below.

Items Bought Average Price Image
Raw Beef 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) RawBeef
Raw Porkchop 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) RawPorkchop
Raw mutton 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) Mutton
Raw Chicken 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) ChickenRaw
Raw Rabbit 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) RawRabbit
Raw Venison 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) Venison
Clay Mug 1-1 (1coinI to 1coinI) ClayMug
Clay Plate 1-1 (1coinI to 1coinI) Clay Plate
2 x Potato 1-1 (1coinI to 1coinI) Potato
2 x Leek 1-1 (1coinI to 1coinI) Leek
Raw Fish 2-3 (2coinI to 3coinI) Fish
2 x Wheat 1-1 (1coinI to 1coinI) Wheat
Bucket 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) Bucket
Water Bucket 3-5 (3coinI to 5coinI) Water Bucket
2 x Coal 1-1 (1coinI to 1coinI) Coal
Salt 8-13 (8coinI to 1coinX3coinI) Salt
Pipe-weed Leaf 2-3 (2coinI to 3coinI) PipeweedLeaf

SpeechbankEdit

Notes:
[1] - Bree-land Innkeeper only
[2] - Bree-Hobbit Innkeeper only

Friendly:

  • Welcome to the land of Bree!
  • Welcome to The Ugly Halfling!
  • Welcome to The Ugly Halfling, Person!
  • We've been getting more Southerners coming up the Greenway lately.
  • You're not one of them Rangers, are you?
  • It's been raining a lot lately, have you noticed?
  • If you are here for our excellent pipe-weed, we grow them on the southern slopes.
  • Not a lot of people know this, but we in Bree were the first to discover pipe-weed.
  • We aren't getting a lot of travellers from the West anymore.
  • If you plan on heading further East, make sure to stop by the Forsaken Inn - it's the last civilised place that way.
  • I'm originally from Archet, a smaller village by the Chetwood.
  • Combe is all right, but I prefer Bree-hill myself.
  • I love listening to tales and songs from our guests.
  • Every time the Dwarves come by, our coffers are filled with gold and our casks are empty of ale.
  • News came that something is stirring in the East. I hope it doesn't reach Bree.
  • It has been raining an awful lot here lately...
  • There's an old saying here in Bree: when the rain comes, strange folk follow.
  • Rain, rain, rain. Nothing but rain here in Bree. What I would not do for some snow, instead.
  • They say when it rains the best tales are told over a flagon of ale.
  • Welcome, welcome! Oh... what was your name again?
  • We have rooms for Dwarves, Hobbits, even Elves!
  • Join us in the common room, tell a tale or two! We love to hear what's going on outside of Bree!
  • We have a fine company tonight, I do hope you will join us in our merrymaking?
  • Bree-hill has been our home since the first Men came here. [1]
  • I like having the Little Folk around, they do well in keeping the common room cheerful. [1]
  • The Little Folk may not seem as much, but Bree-folk would not be the same without them. [1]
  • I miss the days the Little Folk from the Shire came over to party. Those were good times. [1]
  • The Ugly Halfling has long survived on the patronage of Dwarves and Men, and of course the Little Folk. [1]
  • I would never leave Bree. Not even to visit The Shire. [2]
  • Have you heard any news from The Shire? [2]
  • Any news from the Colonies? [2]
  • We used to get more Colonists coming over, I wonder what stops them? [2]
  • It's nice having the Big Folk around. They are more intimidating against Outsiders. [2]
  • The Big Folk may not seem as much, but Bree would not be the same without them. [2]

Hostile:

  • We have no room for the likes of you in The Ugly Halfling!
  • We've dealt with Ruffians like you before, Person!
  • I knew those Ruffians coming up the Greenway were up to no good!
  • How did you slip past the gatekeeper?
  • I have been in barfights more intimidating than you!
  • Call for the guards, we're under attack!
  • Did somebody do your head in?
  • What is the matter with you, acting like that!
  • There is no room for ill-folk such as yourself in Bree!
  • Good news everybody! This gentleman's room has just opened up, already paid for!
  • No thank you, your weird antics are bad for business, out!
  • Away with you, vile beggar!
  • Go sleep in the mud, drunkard! I don't want the likes of you in The Ugly Halfling!
  • And here I thought you'd make for good company!
  • Free drinks for whoever lands a hit on this Ruffian!
  • I look forward to watching you get dragged through the mud by the guards, Person!
  • Get out of The Ugly Halfling, you Ruffian!
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