No Rest For The Wicked Merchants Sacrement and what they do
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All Sacrament merchants and what they offer in No Rest for the Wicked

The marketplace is filled with goodies!

Sacrament is No Rest for the Wicked’s main hub, acting as a safe haven from the challenging enemies and brutal world. You’ll spend much of your time in the large city, loading supplies and upgrading your gear.

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Since you’ll be visiting Sacrament a ton, learning what each merchant does is smart. This guide explains all merchants in Sacrament and what they do in No Rest for the Wicked.

No Rest for the Wicked: All Sacrament merchants and what they do

All merchants in Sacrament and what they do No Rest for the Wicked
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Sacrament is a large city, so trying to understand what the merchants offer can be intimidating. Each has their own purpose, focusing on selling specific goods, improving your character, etc. Here are all the merchants in Sacrament and what they do in No Rest for the Wicked.

  • Danos: Building projects. Builds and upgrades locations around Sacrament. Also sells various crafting tables.
  • Captain Randolph: Offers bounties and challenges in exchange for rewards.
  • Fillmore: Upgrades and repairs weapons/gear. He also sells blueprints, weapons, and tools.
  • Eleanor: Enchants and Infuse weapons and gear. She also sells weapon runes, gems, and blueprints.
  • Whittacker: Sells wooden materials such as chests, chairs, tables, pine planks. He also sells blueprints and a wooden bow.
  • Grinnich: Sells recipe ingredients, consumables, copper ingot, clay, and other goods. Most of Grinnich’s items are one time purchase.
  • Mira and Meri: Sells armor and materials to upgrade or craft armor.
  • Gordon: Sells food and cooking recipes.
  • Markos: Sells various potions, flasks, and recipes for the Alchemy Table.
  • Finley: Sells rare armor and weapons (only available on Saturdays).
  • Watcher: Expands inventory in exchange for plague ichor.

Keep in mind that more merchants may be added to Sacrament later in the game. This happened to me with Gordon. It wasn’t until I completed “The Innkeeper’s Husband” quest that he came to Sacrament and opened up shop. It’s possible that after helping more characters in the world of No Rest for the Wicked, they will come to Sacrament and offer other goods.

It’s important to remember that some merchants in Sacrament will require silver coins. Check out our guide on the fastest way to get silver coins in No Rest for the Wicked.


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