Dunlending bartenders are trading NPCs that can be found in taverns in Dunland. They can be distinguished from normal Dunlendings by their filthy apron and the silver coin that they hold.

When the player completes a trade with a Dunlending bartender, they gain the achievement "Fine Dining".

Behaviour[edit | edit source]

Dunlending bartenders tend to stay in the back end of their tavern out of harm's way, faithfully serving their kinsmen food and drink.

Unlike most Dunlendings, a bartender will not target foes of Dunland. However, if anything (including the player) attacks bartenders, they will fight back with the fists.

Drops[edit | edit source]

Dunlending bartenders can drop bones, like other human NPCs, as well as various types of food and drink, and empty mugs. Occasionally, a bartender may drop some gold nuggets.

Trading[edit | edit source]

You can trade with a Dunlending bartender as long as you do not have a negative Dunland alignment.

Dunlending bartenders offer a variety of hearty foods and drinks, including meat, bread, and many kinds of alcoholic beverages for a reasonable price.

They will buy ingredients such as raw meat and wheat from you, as well as clay plates and mugs.

An example of a Dunlending bartender's trading panel.

Items Sold[edit | edit source]

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 bartender is giving you a good deal or not. Each bartender will not have every item listed for sale.

Items Sold Price Range Image
Dunlending Crafting Table 30-50 ( 30  to  50 ) Dunlending Crafting Table.png
Wooden Mug 2-3 ( 2  to  3 ) Mug.png
Cermaic Mug 2-3 ( 2  to  3 ) CeramicMug.png
Waterskin 2-3 ( 2  to  3 ) Waterskin.png
Plate 2-3 ( 2  to  3 ) Fine Plate.png
2 x Baked Potato 5-9 ( 5  to  9 ) PotatoBaked.png
Bread 4-6 ( 4  to  6 ) Bread.png
Cooked Chicken 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) ChickenCooked.png
Cooked Fish 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) FishCooked.png
Cooked Porkchop 5-9 ( 5  to  9 ) PorkchopCooked.png
Cooked Rabbit 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) RabbitCooked.png
Gammon 5-9 ( 5  to  9 ) Gammon.png
Cooked Mutton 5-9 ( 5  to  9 ) CookedMutton.png
Rabbit Stew 8-13 ( 8  to  13  13 ) Rabbit Stew.png
Steak 5-9 ( 5  to  9 ) Steak.png
Cooked Venison 5-9 ( 5  to  9 ) CookedVenison.png
Ale (Light) 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) Ale.gif
Ale (Moderate) 6-10 ( 6  to  10 ) Ale.gif
Ale (Strong) 8-13 ( 8  to  13  13 ) Ale.gif
Cider (Light) 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) Cider.gif
Cider (Moderate) 6-10 ( 6  to  10 ) Cider.gif
Cider (Strong) 8-13 ( 8  to  13  13 ) Cider.gif
Mead (Light) 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) Mead.gif
Mead (Moderate) 6-10 ( 6  to  10 ) Mead.gif
Mead (Strong) 8-13 ( 8  to  13  13 ) Mead.gif
Rum (Light) 7-11 ( 7  to  11  11 ) Rum.gif
Rum (Moderate) 9-15 ( 9  to  15  15 ) Rum.gif
Rum (Strong) 11-19 ( 11  11  to  19  19 ) Rum.gif
Apple Juice 5-8 ( 5  to  8 ) AppleJuice.gif

Items Bought[edit | edit source]

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 bartender will not want to purchase every item listed below.

Items Bought Price Range Image
2 x Potato 1-1 ( 1  to  1 ) Potato.png
2 x Wheat 1-1 ( 1  to  1 ) Wheat.png
Clay Mug 1-1 ( 1  to  1 ) ClayMug.png
Clay Plate 1-1 ( 1  to  1 ) Clay Plate.png
Raw Beef 2-4 ( 2  to  4 ) RawBeef.png
Raw Chicken 2-4 ( 2  to  4 ) ChickenRaw.png
Raw Fish 2-3 ( 2  to  3 ) Fish.png
Raw Porkchop 2-4 ( 2  to  4 ) RawPorkchop.png
Raw Rabbit 2-4 ( 2  to  4 ) RawRabbit.png
Raw Mutton 2-4 ( 2  to  4 ) Mutton.png
Raw Venison 2-4 ( 2  to  4 ) Venison.png
Leather 2-3 ( 2  to  3 ) Leather.png
Salt 8-13 ( 8  to  13  13 ) Salt.png

Speechbank[edit | edit source]

These traders have been around the block and know a thing or two., and who not to trade with too! Any enemy of the strawheads (with a coin or two) is welcome in their pubs! However if a drunken idiot or strawhead stumbles in, a bar brawl will ensue!

Friendly

  • Greetings, Person!
  • Welcome, Person! What can I get for you today?
  • Welcome to The Filthy Wolf, Person!
  • Welcome to The Filthy Wolf.
  • This is The Filthy Wolf, the finest tavern in all of Dunland!
  • No Strawheads allowed in here!
  • Food? Drink? A song? What is it you want, Person?
  • I'll give you a good meal or a drink for just a few silver coins.
  • Want anything to eat or drink, Person? I just need some silver coins.
  • And here's Person! What can I do for you today?
  • You looking for a drink?
  • This tavern may be filthy, but the grub's second to none!
  • We Dunlendings like our drink, Person.
  • Got any silver coins?
  • Our ale is the fines ale in all the lands!
  • Welcome, Person! Enjoy your stay!
  • Thirsty? Our ale will satisfy all your needs! Ha! Ha!
  • For a few silver coins you can get your hands on the finest drink in Middle-earth!
  • Welcome stranger! You come to the best tavern with the finest ale in all of Dunland!

Hostile

  • Your doom comes swiftly, Person!
  • Your kind is not welcome here.
  • Curse you, Person!
  • Stop, Person. You are unwelcome here!
  • Flee, wretched friend of the horse-lords!
  • Raaaargh!
  • Death to the Strawheads and their kin!
  • Down you go, Person!
  • What devilry of Rohan comes hence?
  • Your end shall be swift, strawhead-scum!
  • Run, scum, run back to those pitiful horse-riding cowards!
  • Death to you and all your kin!
  • Begone, you Eorling scum!
  • You shall pay for your crimes, Person!
  • Death to the robbers of the North!
  • This is your last stand, Strawhead scum!
  • Death to the Forgoil! Death to the Strawheads!
Dunland Shield.png  The Wildmen of Dunland  Dunland Banner.PNG

NPCs: Dunlending (Axe-thrower, Banner Bearer, Berserker, Bowman, Warrior)
Traders: BartenderWarlord
Items: ArmourEquipment
Blocks: BasketCrafting Table
Structures: CampfireHill FortHouseTavern

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