Bartender Silvergrace

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Bartender Silvergrace ran a tavern that was popular among the Lionguards in the Main Haven Headquarters, on the west side of Fort Marriner. She survived the attack on Lion's Arch and could be temporarily found in the camp in Stormbluff Isle. Despite her tavern being destroyed she was keen on rebuilding her shop and starting over, and was successful in that aim - once more running her tavern in Fort Marriner.

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Merchant

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Item Type Rarity Cost
Flask of Blood Whiskey.png Flask of Blood Whiskey Alcohol Basic 16 Copper coin
Flask of Firewater.png Flask of Firewater Alcohol Basic 16 Copper coin
Adept's Training Manual.png Observational Zymology Manual Consumable Fine 50 Silver coin 0 Copper coin
Belcher's Bluff Kit

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Item Type Rarity Cost
Belcher's Bluff Kit.png Belcher's Bluff Kit Consumable Masterwork 5 Silver coin 4 Copper coin
Belcher's Bluff Kit.png Belcher's Bluff Kit (5) Consumable Masterwork 20 Silver coin 0 Copper coin
Bottomless Belcher's Bluff Kit.png Bottomless Belcher's Bluff Kit Gizmo, Novelty Rare 100 Gold coin 0 Silver coin 0 Copper coin

Dialogue[edit]

For the old dialogue, see here

Welcome to the Red Hand, the official tavern of the Lionguard, founded and owned by Magnus the Bloody Handed himself. Pull up a seat!
Talk Merchant.png Let me see what you have to offer.
Talk more option tango.png Why do the Lionguard have a tavern?
Is that strange? Maybe outside of Lion's Arch or the Black Citadel it is, but it's really simple: soldiers and guards make the best customers. Everyone knows that.
Talk Merchant.png Let me see what you have to offer.
Talk end option tango.png Naturally. Thanks.
Talk more option tango.png Actually, I'm curious about the inscription on the moose head.
I inherited it. I have no idea where it came from before it passed into my hands. But it lends the place a certain ambiance.
Dignity But "giganticus moosicus"? The taxonomical classification is all wrong.
Steam-stacks! Not you, too! A few weeks ago, a Priory fellow said the same thing. I told him what he could do with his taxonomy. It's a joke, of course. You want to order something or not.
Talk Merchant.png Let me see what you have to offer.
Talk end option tango.png Ah, right. Okay. Good-bye.
Talk more option tango.png Is a "giganticus moosicus" a real thing?
Of course not. Don't you know anything about natural history? You want to order something or not?
Talk Merchant.png Let me see what you have to offer.
Talk end option tango.png No, thanks. I'll be going.
Talk end option tango.png It has a touch of mange about it.
Talk end option tango.png On second thought, I'd better find something else to do.

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