Skyrim talk:Sadri's Used Wares

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Guard Commentary[edit]

A Guard told me, "You Should uload some of that unwanted gear, head over to Sadri's used Wares, talk to the Elf" (Not Exact Words) Should this go in Notes on the Main page? --Krognak-- — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 00:12 on 26 February 2012

I would say no, simply because almost all cities have random dialogue like this. Robin Hoodtalk 06:34, 23 March 2012 (UTC)

Revyn Sadri's Copper and Onyx Circlet[edit]

According to this video, the above-named item is a thing that exists, and several players in the comments mention finding it as well. Camelworks, the video's creator, appears to be using a fairly heavily modded game, however (mentioned in the related video), which makes everything a bit iffy. The number of players that mention finding it has me wondering, though. TESWiki has it documented, but there's no more information on their page than is in the video.

I've gone through the Creation Kit for both Oldrim and SSE, and I can find nothing with the cited stats. As several of the comments mention, however, the form of the name resembles a Fishing Job name, so there could be something going on there. But if that's it, I can't see how it's showing up, at least not if Camelworks is doing as he says and strictly leaving the city, waiting, and then coming back. The change in base value is also a bit weird, being 75% more than a standard Copper and Onyx Circlet. I'd have to double-check, but I don't believe the Fishing Job creates any change in an item's value. (And information in the video corroborates that the base value is 88, as stated.)

If anyone has any information on this, or is able to acquire one in an unmodded game, please reply to this topic! According to the related video, Camelworks confirmed that the item still exists with the Unofficial Patch running, so that one "doesn't count" in terms of whether your game is modded or not. Robin Hood  (talk) 08:14, 23 April 2019 (UTC)