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Trader
Trader (dwarf)
Release date 9 September 2009 (Update)
Race Dwarf
Members only? Yes
Quest NPC? No
Location Keldagrim Trade Octagon
Sells items? No
Gender Varies
Examine A trader for the mining company.
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Dwarf trader

Traders are dwarves that live in Keldagrim, the capital of the Dwarven Realm. They work in the Trade Octagon, a large area in the city's massive palace.

The eight ruling companies of Keldagrim, the Consortium, are in constant need of labour, ore, and mining rights. Although some transactions are done formally behind desks by the companies' directors and secretaries, the large amount of trading performed often requires less formal methods. To accomplish this, the Consortium has hired traders to perform trades in the Trade Octagon.

Two traders for each company stand on each side of the Octagon, found in the centre of the city. Here they shout out their offers and look for potential deals. To help oversee this, the Trade Referee stands in the centre of the Octagon and ensures that the octagon runs as smoothly as possible.

Traders do not currently have roles in any quests, and cannot be talked to, but at level 90 Thieving, players may pickpocket them. Initially, an activity was planned for the Octagon, but as confirmed by a Jagex Moderator, this scheme has now been abandoned, replaced instead with the thieving element.

ThievingEdit

From 9 September 2009, players can pickpocket the traders. This requires a Thieving level of 90 and gives 556.5 experience if successful. The odds of success when pickpocketing traders seem to be better than elves and heroes. If a player fails to pickpocket a dwarf trader, they will be stunned for a few seconds and dealt 10 damage.

Pickpocketing traders can yield both very high experience rates and a sizable profit. An Ardougne cloak (3 or 4) will significantly improve a player's success rate when pickpocketing the traders, as well as gloves of silence. Using these two items, players should be able to gain over 180,000 experience an hour.

There are trade floor guards around which will attack you if you fail to pickpocket the trader. The best way to handle these is to attack them with low level weapons and lure them into a nearby room to trap them. This way you can thieve without being bothered.

With the Trahaearn exoskeleton set and the best items below it is possible to get approximately 380 - 440k Thieving Experience per hour here.

Recommended equipmentEdit

It is recommended that players who plan on pickpocketing traders bring a number of items to maximise their experience and profit rate.

  • The Ardougne cloak 3 (or 4) provides an increased success chance when pickpocketing throughout RuneScape.
  • Bandit's brew, Sq'irk juice, or the Thieving skillcape can also help your overall Thieving level and probability of pickpocketing. Alternatives include Magpie or Abyssal Lurker familiars and their scrolls, boosting Thieving by 2 and 4 respectively. Boosting your Thieving level to 100 or higher may allow you to double-pickpocket traders (with 90 Agility).
  • Gloves of silence will also improve the wearer's rate of success when pickpocketing. If a player does not want to use gloves of silence, then it is recommended that they use a regen bracelet to conserve food. Many players prefer using the regen bracelet over the gloves of silence however, due to the rapid rate of which the gloves deteriorate, and the seemingly minimal effect the gloves have on the chances of pickpocketing traders.
  • The Black Ibis outfit obtained from Pyramid Plunder. Provides a 1% boost with one piece up to a full 5% boost with all four pieces.
  • The Trahaearn exoskeleton set that increases successful pickpockets (the set includes gloves, so cannot be combined with gloves of silence)
  • The Five-finger discount aura

LootEdit

BarsEdit

  Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price
Bronze bar Bronze bar 1 (noted) 2 Common 220
Iron bar Iron bar 1 (noted) 2 Common 605
Steel bar Steel bar 1 (noted) 2 Common 1,139
Mithril bar Mithril bar 1 (noted) 2 Common 1,797
Adamant bar Adamant bar 1 (noted) 4 Rare 3,192
Rune bar Rune bar 1 (noted) 4 Rare 14,232

OresEdit

  Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price
Coal Coal 1 (noted) 2 Common 233
Tin ore Tin ore 1 (noted) 2 Common 71
Copper ore Copper ore 1 (noted) 2 Common 77
Iron ore Iron ore 1 (noted) 2 Common 357
Mithril ore Mithril ore 1 (noted) 2 Common 589
Adamantite ore Adamantite ore 1 (noted) 4 Rare 2,000
Runite ore Runite ore 1 (noted) 4 Rare 11,306

SeedsEdit

  Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price
Barberry seed 5 Barberry seed 1 2 Common 1
Butterfly flower seed 5 Butterfly flower seed 1 2 Common 123
Fly trap seed 5 Fly trap seed 1 2 Common 1
Prickly pear seed 5 Prickly pear seed 1 2 Common 1
Sunchoke seed 5 Sunchoke seed 1 2 Common 1
Potato cactus seed 5 Potato cactus seed 1 3 Uncommon 62
Reed seed 5 Reed seed 1 3 Uncommon 3,528
Grapevine seed 5 Grapevine seed 1 4 Rare 11,124
Snape grass seed 5 Snape grass seed 1 4 Rare 2,270
Wishing well bush seed 5 Wishing well bush seed 1 4 Rare 1

OtherEdit

  Item Quantity Rarity GE Market Price
Coins 100 Coins 100, 400 2 Common Not sold
Clue scroll Clue scroll (hard) 1 4 Rare Not sold
Clue scroll Clue scroll (elite) 1 5 Very rare Not sold
Court summons Court summons 1 5 Very rare Not sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 1 Crystal triskelion fragment 1 1 5 Very rare Not sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 2 Crystal triskelion fragment 2 1 5 Very rare Not sold
Crystal triskelion fragment 3 Crystal triskelion fragment 3 1 5 Very rare Not sold

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