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Umbar traders are mannish traders of the Near Harad faction. They can only be found in their respective market stalls in the bazaars of Umbar towns.

The blacksmith and farmer, in addition to the market stalls, can also be found in smithies and farms, respectively. The barkeeper spawns exclusively in taverns.

Only six market stalls form a bazaar. So you won't be able to find them all in one place, but will probably have to travel quite some time, if you want to find a specific one.

These traders were all added in Update 34, and are one of the five types of traders, that replaced the so called Southron traders (or Near Harad traders), that were in the game before. They are different from normal Umbarians in the fact that they all have a coin in one hand and a tool of their respective business in the other.

Behaviour Edit

The traders stand around in the market stall and wait for customers. They will trade for silver coins and exchange your money for larger or smaller variants.

They normally are passive NPCs but will attack if provoked; once provoked they will attack you with a tool of their trade.

TradingEdit

The Umbar traders will trade with anyone who has positive or neutral Near Harad alignment. They sell various goods according to their profession. They will buy what they need, to do their job properly.

The traders will only buy or sell a certain amount of items before they will stop accepting that type of goods. After this happens there is a cooldown time before they will trade this item again. Even the complete set of trades will change after you trade more wealth with a certain trader. In this case, the new set will be unavailable for a short while, and then reopen.

Trading with any of the Southron Traders, no matter which sub-faction they belong to, will earn you the achievement "Desert Riches".

Here is a list of which professions can be found:

Price listsEdit

Items sold - Below are tables of values for each item that the player is available to purchase from the respective trader. Use this tables to find out if your trader is giving you a good deal or not.

Items bought - Below are tables of values for each item that the player can sell to the respective trader. Use this tables to earn more money by only selling when the prices are high. You will not be able to sell every item to every trader as not each trader will want to purchase every item listed below. Note that they only buy undamaged tools.

Speech BankEdit

All Umbar traders, except for the blacksmith, farmer, and bartender, have the same speech bank. These traders talk about their stall and encourage you to sell and buy from them, provided you have the proper alignment.

FriendlyEdit

  • Anfalas has the best spots to go fetch some Gondorians for the market.
  • I ain't sailing North no more. Been trading with the Gulfings instead.
  • Aye, I visited Ain an-Ahâr. Ain't that special, really.
  • Furthest inland I've been would be Ajtiaz an-Ahâr.
  • Aye, I've sold off some slaves in my time. What of it?
  • I just got all of these from a fresh plunderin' trip.
  • Want some of my spoils, Player?
  • Aye, I can part with some of these. What'd you like?
  • It won't come cheap, you know? We had to fish some of these things out of shipwrecks.
  • If you're looking for slaves, they'd be halfway across the Arênin by now.
  • You seem like the type who'd know a good deal when you see one. I respect that.
  • Could I interest you in some of my wares?
  • I'm always open for another trade. What are you looking for?
  • Competition drives better bargains, Player.
  • I saw you look, yes, my wares are THAT good!
  • You have an eye for detail, am I right? Take a closer look at the quality of my wares, Player.
  • Ay, have you come to trade with me?
  • I am sure I have something in my wares that'll interest you, Player!
  • A good trader never says no to another trade.
  • I think that's a price we can agree on.
  • I've already given you my lowest price, Player!
  • You drive a hard bargain...
  • Meet me halfway here, I also have to make a living.
  • Greetings, Player! Come, see the beauty of the wares I brought along!
  • What is it that you wish to buy? For I sell treasures from all over the world!
  • I'm prepared to barter silver with you, Player. What is it that you're needing?
  • Welcome to the bazaar, Player! What can I offer you today?
  • Stolen treasures from the ends of the earth, for just a few silver coins!
  • Welcome, Player! Welcome! I offer you many fine goods from other lands!
  • For a few silver coins, I can sell you some of our loot!
  • Welcome to my stall! What can I get you?
  • I offer you many treasures from many lands!
  • Used to be a Corsair, I did. Can still fight too, aye.
  • Should go back to being a Corsair. That always paid much better than these bleedin' bazaars.

HostileEdit

  • Perhaps you should be the one to call the guards, ey?
  • Our cities will shake off your petty assault!
  • It took me great silver to get these goods. You won't take them from me!
  • Aye, I'm a thief. Won't mean I tolerate another!
  • The Gondorians don't deserve them trinkets, and neither do you!
  • I'll rather return all of these to the sea than give them up to you!
  • I'm trading, would you tick off?
  • Could you bother someone else with your foolery?
  • You've travelled all this way, but for what? I ain't trading with an enemy of Umbar!
  • If the Men of Gondor are your allies, you're my enemy, Player!
  • I shall not trade my wares or silver with you. Sell your wretched goods elsewhere!
  • The silver of Umbar ain't finding its way into your hands, Player!
  • There ain't nothing for the likes of you to buy here!
  • I ain't selling to the scum of Gondor!
  • You'll get no goods from me, Player!
  • Off with you, Gondorian scum!
  • Begone from these lands, Player! Your kind is not welcome here!
  • Off with you, Player!
  • No business for you!
  • Begone, villain from the North!
  • You're an enemy of Umbar, Player!
  • Stop this fellow, before something is stolen!
  • Northerners! Someone, call the guards!
  • You'll pay with blood, northerner!
  • My shop is closed. I shan't do any business with you!
  • Let us barter and live in peace, troublemaker!
  • Your kind makes me sick! Ruining a peaceful bazaar!
  • Have you got no respect for unarmed citizens?
  • Disturber of peace! Defiler of trade!
  • Leave now, and never come back!

Umbar Baker Edit


Umbar bakers are easily recognizable by the loaf of olive bread in their hand. It must really be hard, stale bread, since they actually use it to defend themselves when attacked. They sell bread and pastry and buy ingredients like wheat, sugar and olives, along with bakery gear like buckets. You need positive or neutral Near Harad to trade with them.

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Umbar Blacksmith Edit


Are you bad in crafting? Or too lazy to do hard work yourself? Then seek out the Umbar blacksmith, who can be found in smithies and bazaars. They are easily recongnizable by their blacksmith hammer they carry in their right hand, which they use to defend themselves when attacked. They sell armour and weapons. They will only trade with players that have a Near Harad alignment of +50 or higher. The achievement "War-forge of Harad" can be earned through trading with a blacksmith.

They are also capable to reforge your weapons, armour and tools.

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SmithingEdit

They are also capable to reforge your weapons, armour and tools.

SpeechEdit

FriendlyEdit

  • The other Haradrim don't know how to forge, I tell you.
  • Bronze weaponry is too weak if you ask me.
  • Are you a Corsair looking for some gear for on the seas, or something a bit more... landlocked?
  • Aye, I think I could forge that for you.
  • Always happy to trade with another one who knows what the right cause is.
  • There's no better forge anywhere else in Harad, I can guarantee you.
  • I don't care where you got them coins from, Player. As long as you pay, I won't be asking questions.
  • Be sure to keep your weapons proper. The salty air might try to bite at them.
  • You seem like the type who would know a good deal when you see one. I respect that.
  • I'm always open for another trade. What are you looking for?
  • Competition drives better bargains, Player.
  • I saw you look, yes, my weapons are THAT good!
  • You have an eye for detail, am I right? Take a closer look at the quality of my weapons, Player.

NeutralEdit

  • You seem alright, Player. But what guarantee do I have?
  • Aye, I'd rather miss out on a potential trade than lose my hands to the guards for trading with a Gondorian.
  • Are you really a friend of Umbar, Player? I can't tell yet.
  • I'll sell you the wares them Corsairs bring back if I can't use them.
  • I'd rather hold out a while before I be selling you anything.
  • I ain't about to sell my steel to anyone who might be a friend of Gondor.
  • I ain't the easy-tricked type, Player. I need my proof before I trade with you.
  • You don't smell of fish. Doesn't seem like you're from these parts.
  • We've been fighting off Adûnâim for generations. Ain't going to risk selling weapons to one!
  • Aye, just like Barûphel, my scimitars are a beauty. But they ain't going to marry a nobody, are they?
  • My hammer doesn't work for them land-rats, does it?

HostileEdit

  • Perhaps you should be the one to call the guards, ey?
  • Took a mighty long time to forge these scimitars. You won't take them from me!
  • Could you bother someone else with your troublemaking?
  • Be off, before I strike you with my blazing hammer!
  • The only scimitar fit for you would be one embedded in your gut!
  • I would not trade with you, even if all my coffers lay empty!
  • No trade for you, Player!
  • You've got the stink of Gondor about you!
  • I don't know how you made it past our warriors, but your path ends here!
  • You'll pay with blood, northerner!
  • Are the green lands not enough for you? Begone!

Umbar BartenderEdit


The Umbar bartender wears an apron, always has a wooden cup in his hands, and even buys different raw ingredients such as raw meat, wheat, sugar, or some kitchen utensils like plates and mugs. Unlike most other Umbar traders, bartenders are found exclusively in their taverns, rather than in the bazaars. The achievement "That Southron Atmosphere" can be earned through trading with any of the Southron bartenders.

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SpeechEdit

FriendlyEdit

  • Raise your drinks, in honour of the sea!
  • You're in need of a drink, Player? Course, I can arrange that!
  • Here to warm up, or cool off?
  • You're not from around here, are you? Well, you're welcome nonetheless!
  • Stay a while and listen to the tales those Corsairs bring along!
  • Got any tales of your own, Player? We love hearing them.
  • You look like you need something stiff!
  • Sorry, but the real good stuff I keep saved for special occasions.
  • Loosen those lips with the sweet sting of alcohol, Player!
  • Aother one? Are you sure? Har, just joking!
  • I'll crack open a new barrel, just for my new friend.
  • Oh, do you mean to sell? Right then.
  • Keep your weapons in their sheaths, and we should be fine.
  • I wouldn't wear a helmet indoors, but to each their own, ey?
  • Welcome to my tavern, The Sandworn Gondorian!
  • Welcome to The Sandworn Gondorian, my friend!
  • Welcome! Please, make yourself comfortable!
  • To the death of all Gondorians!
  • Here's to another battle!
  • Even Corsairs are welcome in my tavern, as long as they pay!
  • Another renegade, are you? Tell me all about it!
  • All sailors come to drink in The Sandworn Gondorian! Well, not around this time of year, course.
  • Here's to the ruin of Gondor, ey?
  • Here's to all souls lost at sea!
  • Came here to forget, or remember?
  • Well, if you're looking for a good drink, you've come to the right place!
  • This is The Sandworn Gondorian! Finest tavern in all the land!

HostileEdit

  • You're ruining the atmosphere!
  • Your presence is rousing my guests!
  • You're no guest of mine. Begone, you rat!
  • You'll not get anything from my tap, Player!
  • Are you one of them... renegades? They always cause trouble!
  • Can someone fetch me a better weapon?
  • How rude are you, to walk in here as a friend of those Adûnâim?
  • Drunkards and seashells, what do you think you're doing?
  • By the arak! So hostile!
  • I have no more words for you, Player!
  • Your downfall, another tale to add to the legend of The Sandworn Gondorian!
  • You better start running, before I climb over this bar!
  • I'll crack a goblet over your head!
  • Run! Go ahead!
  • Can't you just leave us be?
  • I thought we made it clear that Aphûr-lâi aren't welcome!
  • Let me teach you why we Southrons'll win the war with Gondor!
  • You must be one of those fancy folk the Corsairs keep shouting about!
  • You must be a lost slave. Let me remind you of your place!
  • Alright, that's enough! Out with you before you throw up on my bar!

Umbar Brewer Edit


Are you insatiably thirsty? Want to buy drinks in bigger quantities? Then you should find a Umbar brewer! They are easily recognizable by a wooden cup in their hand, which they also use, to defend themselves when attacked. They sell all kinds of drinks in barrels and smaller kinds of vessels. They buy brewing ingredients like fruit and sugar. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Butcher Edit


Need animal products? Afraid that the Southrons will murder you for killing their animals? Then talk to a Umbar butcher instead! They are easily recognizable by a piece of raw camel meat in their hand, which they also use to defend themselves when attacked. They sell all kinds of raw meat along with leather and feathers. They buy gear for their business like daggers, wheat, leads and iron ingots. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Farmer Edit


Can't find crops in the barren waste that is Umbar? Then talk to a Umbar farmer instead! They are easily recognizable by a hoe in their hand, which they also use, to defend themselves when attacked. Besides the bazaars, they can also be found in farms.

They sell their produce, mainly food, hay bales and milk and buy what they need for their business like hoes, bonemeal and buckets. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them. The achievement "Slave Economy" can be earned through trading with any of the Southron farmers.

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SpeechEdit

FriendlyEdit

  • All these crops are brought to you by the finest slaves, Player!
  • My slaves worked day and night to get you these goods.
  • Oh, well yes, these are produced by enslaved Gondorians, why do you ask?
  • Fresh goods from the land! Come get 'em here!
  • Ah, Player! Need any provisions for your journeys?
  • Looking to work the land? I could always use another worker.
  • I promise you, my slaves are the most dedicated workers in all Umbar!
  • I get my workers from the Corsairs. They often bring some eager foreigners back from their raids, display cages and all!
  • Look for the black tents. They belong to the slavers who sell Gondorian scum.
  • The Great Serpent values those who work hard, Player. This is why the slaves do so well.
  • You seem like the type who'd know a good deal when you see one. I respect that.
  • Care for some of my crops?
  • I'm always open for another trade. What are you looking for?
  • Competition drives better bargains, Player.
  • I saw you look, yes, my crops are THAT good!
  • You've got an eye for detail, right? Take a closer look at the quality of my crops, Player.
  • Greetings! Have you come to trade with me?
  • I'm sure I've something among my wares that'll interest you, Player.
  • A good trader never says no to another trade.
  • That's a price we can agree on.
  • I've already given you my lowest price, Player!
  • You drive a hard bargain...
  • Meet me halfway here, I've got to make a living.
  • If Lord Sauron can have Gondorian slaves, why can't we?

HostileEdit

  • You ain't worth the work the slaves put into these crops!
  • Oh, suddenly you feel like you're better than us, Player?
  • Here I am, treating you with respect as a northerner, and what do I get?
  • What a foolish act! The heat must've gotten to you!
  • Ey, stop this criminal, before something's stolen!
  • My farm is closed. I shall do no business with you!
  • Folks like yourself make me sick, ruining a peaceful trade!
  • Disturber of peace! Defiler of trade!
  • You've got no place in these lands!
  • Return to your own people, and take your savage manners with you!
  • The trade's off, but you'll pay!
  • The price for your crime is your life!
  • Stop! Thief! Murderer!
  • Begone! You're not welcome here!
  • I bet you're just a common thief like the rest of them!
  • Aha, a new slave for my collection!
  • You've gone mad!
  • Ah, Player. You're a fool!
  • Even if I beat you into submission, you'd be of no worth to me!
  • They say Adûnâim live longer. Does that mean I get more profit out of enslaving you?
  • When I'm done with you, you'll envy the skeletons.
  • Umbar'll never let you get away with this!

Umbar Fishmonger Edit


Longing for fresh-caught fish? Stuck far in the desert with a bunch of Southrons? Then you should find a Umbar fishmonger! They are easily recognizable by the fishing rod in their hand, which they also use to defend themselves when attacked. Besides fish, they also sell boats and - a rarity in Middle-earth - sponges. They buy fishing gear like sticks, string, buckets, iron ingots and daggers. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Florist Edit


Florists are easily recognizable by their apron with floral design and a poppy in their hand, which they also use to defend themselves when attacked. They sell all kinds of flowers and buy what they need for their business like hoes, bonemeal and buckets. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Goldsmith Edit


Goldsmiths are discernible by the gold ring in their hand. They sell all kinds of items made from gold or silver and they buy gold ingots and nuggets, gems, and coral. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Lumberman Edit


Umbar lumbermen (there seem not to be any women among them) are easily recognizable by their axe in their hand, which they also use to defend themselves when attacked. They sell the simpler kinds of wooden produce, like wood blocks, planks, beams, leaves and saplings. They buy what they need for their business like axes, bonemeal, shears and buckets. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Miner Edit


Fed up with spending all your precious time underground? Need a special gift for a beloved one? Pay someone else for the boring work and contact a Umbar miner! They are easily recognizable by their pickaxe in their hand, which they also use to defend themselves when attacked. They sell all kinds of ores and gems. They buy what they need for their business like pickaxes, torches and buckets. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Umbar Stonemason Edit


Can you imagine being all day out in the desert, mining sandstone? Afterwards working all the stuff to get ordinary or even carved bricks out of it? No? Then seek out a Umbar stonemason in a bazaar. They are easily recognizable by a brick in their hand, which they also use to defend themselves when attacked. They sell mainly all kinds of Haradric bricks and red and white sandstone. They buy what they need for their business like pickaxes, cooked food, torches and buckets. You need positive or neutral Near Harad alignment to trade with them.

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Structures: CampHideoutSettlement

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Blocks: Crafting Table
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