Troublesome tightwad

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Troublesome Tightwad
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Creature Levels:
    Overall 24
    Natural Attack 24
    Weapon Attack 22
    Defense 25
    Player Estimated -
Skill Cap 100 to 150
Skinnable No
Has Coins Yes
Has Gems Yes
Has Boxes Yes
Evil No
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks Yes
Special Defenses Unknown
Body Type biped
Manipulatable Yes
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown


This beast of a man has clearly tasted the pleasures of the good life, as evidenced by his fine attire and bloated stomach. Perhaps a former trader or wandering merchant, his overwhelming greed has completely consumed him, only to leave him in a state of insatiable lust for material wealth. His eyes grow as large as the coins in his pouch as he appraises you from head to toe. You can almost hear him counting the cash as he sells off your possessions to the imaginary pawn shop in his deluded mind.

In depth

Can use Speculate Coin to stun characters.

Worlds end apartments can be pretty swarmy, which combined with the speculate coin ability can be dangerous for people at the lower end of the hunting spectrum.

Barb with 160's in defense, low 140's in weapons was learning weapons pretty well and very rarely getting touched, with no dances or berserks up.

These also drop lots of boxes, which makes this a great area for someone in the low 80's in box skills to train without having to go to Aesry.


Wears a padded Musparan silk robe and some sand-scarred sandals as well as one of the following canes and coin pouches.

a bone-inlaid cane, a brass-inlaid cane, a jet-inlaid cane or a pewter-inlaid cane.
a stained coin pouch, a ratty coin pouch, a raggedy coin pouch or a threadbare coin pouch.