I'd sell a wide assortment of Otto's merchandise, because you could make quite a bit of platinum and astral shards selling Otto's boxes =)
Clearly, in the economy of the realms, a cart of cabbages is more valuable than a chest of loot.
Applying the principle of arbitrage, I would open a store in Eveningstar selling Cabbages and stock it with far less expensive cabbages imported from Eberron. I would make out better than a bandit. (After all--no one would be shooting spells or arrows at me, and I wouldn't have to deal with Alpha White Werewolves or Bandit Kings wanting a share of my take!)
On the other hand, it is possible that "cabbage" is slang in the Realms for an expensive and illegal green herb famous for its mind-altering effects. In that case, it would explain a lot about Elminster.
I would sell Kargon's Tasty Hams. There seems to be a ritual where they sacrificed some oxen, and no one likes to celebrate a sacrifice to the gods then with some candied ham!
Guild renown decay removal pots.
Say NO to leaving d20 behind, say NO to bland game experience: say YES to scrapping the Combat Change!
Furthermore, it is my opinion that crafting should not depend on build.
I would sell bling to adventurers, as they have obviously too much of useful stuff.
selling bank space and portable hole inventory space and charge exhorbitant prices for them, becuase im a horrible unorganized horderer and will at lest i will never have to much junk lying around if i sell space. hard to put a price on the peace of mind of not having to much stuff/space gives
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I will open a coffe shop, a good one, hehe adventures can rest and relax for sure, under Phiarlan chapterhouse, of course
I'd open a currency exchange. Astral Shards, Doubloons, etc would be trade-able (because how can you even call them currency if they aren't?!)
because i am a scam artist and eberron doesn't have any chipmunks ^.^
i might go as far as to chew up some bones, bundle up some sulfur, twist up some metal things, enchant arrowheads, fish scales and chain link to glow and be evil. "im not selling shroud ingredients. im selling worthless junk for really high prices!"
I would put in a dance hall, charge by the hour and employ some high level casters to cast Otto's irresistible dance. People who complained that they couldn't have danced that long because they couldn't dance I would charge them for the dance lessons.
I'd sell kobold cookies, they don't seem to have them there.
I'd sell mead, because judging by how well those mere "peasants" can live with all those monsters around, with CR30+ that are frankly the level of minor deities in traditional PnP, Eveningstar must clearly be a village in Valhalla.
I don't mean to come across as unsympathetic - but I am, so I do.
That's a request from my dwarf! Dwarves always want more beers!
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