Baldur’s Gate 3 Merchants Locations in Act 1, 2 and 3

Traders are your best source to score some gold for all the junk you are carrying around in Baldur's Gate 3. They also provide some valuable gear and items, so we are going to list them all for your benefit.

Trading is extremely important in Baldur’s Gate 3. For you to be successfully engaged in trading, it’s absolutely essential to know Baldur’s Gate 3 Merchants’ Locations and understand the trading system, including the way of bartering.

This guide will answer some extremely important questions, including where to find the merchants. Whether to trade for currency or to barter? And finally, can you steal from the merchants? (Looking at you, rogues!)

Merchants and traders can be found throughout the map, with most of them located in Lower City. Following is the list of locations of all the well-known merchants in Baldur’s Gate 3 from all acts:

Baldur’s Gate 3 Act 1 Merchants locations

There is a total of 13 merchants that you will come across during Act 1 of Baldur’s Gate 3.

Arron: The first Merchant you will encounter in Druid Grove during Act 1. He has a couple of unique items in stock.

Mattis: Located at Druid Grove during Act 1. Sells an assortment of random items ranging from rings to a potato.

Dammon: Another trader from Druid Grove, available from Act 1, mainly sells a large variety of weapons.

Brem: Another Act 1 trader located in Zhentarim Hideout, this human merchant has a few tools in stock, but he can also sell weapons if you complete The BG3 Missing Shipment Quest.

Grat: He is the only trader in the goblin camp who mainly sells weapons along with a few potions in BG3. Grat is also available during Act 1 of Baldur’s Gate 3.

Gandrel: He can be found near Sunlit Wetlands, South of the Emerald Grove. Gandrel is a monster hunter, and you will come across him during The Pale Elf side quest near Auntie Ethel’s house.

Roah Moonglow: Residing inside the Shattered Sanctum of the Goblin Camp, this merchant has a lot of scrolls and potions in stock. You come across Roah during Act 1 of the game.

Omeluum: He is a mind flayer that you can find in the Ebenlake Grotto area of the Underdark during Act 1. You will come across Omeluum during your quest to cure the mind flayer parasite. Upon completing his request, Omelum will sell you Creation’s Echo, boots of Stormy Clamour, Ring of Mind Shielding, Pearl of Power amulet, and Ring of Salving.

Blurg: Blurg is a hobgoblin who is available near Omeluum. If you don’t agitate him and turn him into an enemy, Blurg will sell the following items to you. Boots of Genial Striding, Cinder shoes, Circle of Blasting, Melf’s First Staff, and a few useful spells.

Corsair Greymon: He can be found inside Grymforge’s main encampment, under the canopy. Corsair Greymon, as a merchant in Baldur’s Gate 3, sells you the following unique items: Jorgoral’s Greatsword, Bow of the Banshee, and Shining Staver-of-the-skulls.

Cyrel: Located in the Trollhouse, this vendor may turn into a foe, depending on your actions. Cyrel becomes available during Act 1 of Baldur’s Gate 3.

Volo: A trader from Druid Grove, he has plenty of interesting dialogues that shed light on the goblin attack. Volo becomes available during Act 1 before you save him from Goblin Camp in the game.

Auntie Ethel: The hag is involved in a lot of side quests involving Save Mayrina. However, if you maintain a healthy relationship with Auntie Ethel, she offers you a lot of items near Sunlit wetland marshes.

Act 2 Merchants in Baldur’s Gate 3

Below is a list of all the prominent merchants and their locations in Baldur’s Gate 3 during Act 2.

Araj Oblodra: A Dow-Elf blood merchant found in the Moonrise Towers. She becomes available during Act 2 and can grant you race-specific potions if you complete her quest. Araj Oblodra in Baldur’s Gate 3 will ask for your blood to craft potions, so you should give it to her if you want racial bonuses.

Lann Tarv: This bugbear merchant can be found inside Moonrise towers when you reach them during Act 2 of Baldur’s Gate 3. Lann Tarv sells an assortment of spells to the players.

Sister Lidwin and Sister Linda: Both of these traders are available inside the House of Healing during Act 2 of the game. They sell potions once you pass their perception checks.

Quartermaster Talli: This trader is available inside Last Light Inn during Act 2 of Baldur’s Gate 3. Quartermaster Talli has some really amazing items, some of which are Incandescent Staff, Defender Greataxe, Shied of Devotion, Amulets of the Harper, and Cloak of Protection. She also sells a large variety of dyes.

Hoarding Merregon: This trader is available near Yurgir’s Territory inside Gauntlet of Shar. Merregon sells potions and spells.

Lady Esther: She can be found on the road to Rosymorn Monastery and asks you to steal a Githyanki egg. If you don’t anger her and complete her quest, lady Esther will start trading with you.

A’jak’nir Jeera: This trader is available inside Creche Y’llek and has the following items available for sale. Gloves of Dexterity, Knife of the Undermountain King, Daredevil Gloves, Defender Flail, Vidal Conduit Boots, Larethian’s Wrath, Unseen Menace, and Witchbreaker.

Act 3 Merchants in Bladur’s Gate 3

There are a lot of vendors in Act 3 of Baldur’s Gate, including the Lower City. Below is a list of all the prominent merchants that you will encounter while you visit Baldur’s Gate area in the game.

Thomas C. Quirkilious: This red Dragonborn vendor is the owner of the Chromatic Scale shop in the Lower City. He sells unique instruments, including Falataeric Cil Lyre, Glimmergad’s Selgaunt Fiddle, Kiam Godda’s Kilat Drum, Stolyarof’s Table Lute, and Dostrealt’s Piccolo.

Figaro ‘Facemaker’ Pennygood: This vendor in Baldur’s Gate 3 is the owner of Facemaker’s boutique in the Lower City area. Figaro sells a lot of dyes for the gear items.

Nansi Gretta: She is a human merchant that you can find in the Lower City area of Baldur’s Gate 3. Nansi owns a bookstore and sells books and scrolls, including Scroll of Revivify.

Oliver Tefoco: Oliver is another human merchant in Baldur’s Gate 3 who sells potions mostly.

Derryth Bonecloak: A dwarf by race and merchant by trade, you can find Derryth inside her Apothecary shop in the Lower City. She sells the following notable items: Amulet of Restoration, Caustic Band, Ring of Jumping, Gloves of Hail of Thorns, Herbalist’s Gloves, and Corrosive Flail.

Rolan: He is a Tiefling merchant in Baldur’s Gate 3 who can be found inside Ramazith’s Tower during Act 3. He sells Quickspell Gloves, Ring of Regeneration, Vest of Soul Rejuvenation, Armor of Landfall, Birthright, and Harper Sacredstriker unique items.

Fytz the Firecracker: This dwarf is available inside the Stormshore Armoury location of Lower City. She sells Flail of Ages, The Dead Shot, and Purple Worm Toxin unique items in the game.

Gloomy Fentonson: This high elf can also be found inside Stormshore Armoury. He sells Armour of Guilty rare gear.

Vicar Humbletoes: Another merchant available in Lower City during Act 3 of Baldur’s Gate 3. Vicar Humbletoes sells The Reviving Hands, Mantle of the Holy Warrior, and The Sacred Star.

Derryth: Another merchant from the Lower City suburbs, he offers an assortment of potions and armor during Act 3 of the game.

Sticky Dondo: Unlocked in Act 3, this human merchant offers a large variety of unique items in the Guildhall. Sticky Dondo location is available in the Lower City area of Baldur’s Gate.

Voiceless Penitent Bareki: This silent human merchant is available in the Undercity Ruins area, near Lower City Sewers in Baldur’s Gate 3. He sells Armour of Moonbasking and Bonespike Helmet unique gear in the game.

Boney: Boney is a Mephit who sells you the statue of the active player for 5000 gold.

Enthral Danthelon: This dwarf merchant is available in the Wyrm Crossing during Act 3 of the game. He sells Gauntlets of the Warmaster unique items to the players.

In addition to all these merchants during Act 3 of Baldur’s Gate 3, there are a lot of non-important merchants in Wyrm’s Crossing. You can talk to these merchants to purchase various food and craft items.

Should you Barter or Trade with Merchants in Baldur’s Gate 3?

While dealing with the vendor, you can use the bartering option or the trading option. In the trading option, the transaction between you and the merchant will involve the transfer of gold. So, if you buy something, your gold decreases, and it will increase if you sell something.

What you must know is the reduction or increase in the goal is not corresponding to the actual value of the items.

It will always be not favorable for you to trade. You will pay more compared to the actual value and receive less if you sell it. Upon choosing Barter, two vertical fields will appear where you can place the items you want to get rid of and place the items on the other side that you want from the merchant.

Remember, you can also use gold here as a medium of transaction.

The scale option above the Barter can make things easy. It will automatically identify the amount of gold to be given up or to be received from the merchant at the end of the Barter.

Stealing from Merchants in BG3

What’s the fun in being a rogue if you can’t steal? Stealing from the vendor in Baldur’s Gate 3 is possible but is also very risky, as you’ll end up with a hostile NPC and lose a place to do business if you mess up.

For the best chance of success, make sure you use a character with the Sleight of Hand skill. You may also want to save the game before attempting to steal, just in case.

How to restock merchants in BG3

The merchants in Baldur’s Gate 3 normally run out of wares and gold over time. The more you purchase or trade with them, the higher the chance of them running dry. The only way to restock merchants in the game is by either leveling up (by selecting the level-up option when prompted) or taking a long rest.

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