The World Of Khoras - Civilization - Merchandise

Trade Goods and Raw Materials

Trade goods are materials frequented exchanged between merchants instead of currency. Trade goods all have some inherent value (i.e. the good can be used or consumed in some fashion) and they tend to travel well over long distances without spoiling. Raw materials are used for crafting other things and are often traded as well.

Item Cost Notes
Brick 3 iron A single 5 kg brick.
Clay 5 iron One 5 kilogram bag.
Cotton 3 iron A bag of cotton weighing one kilogram.
Flax Linen Cloth 1 copper One square meter.
Flour 1 copper One kg bag.
Hay 2 copper One bale.
Hide 1 silver The untanned hide of an animal.
Honey 1 silver One kg jar.
Lumber, ironwood 10 gold A single board, 3 meters by .5 meter by .1 meter.
Lumber, oak 1 silver A single board, 3 meters by .5 meter by .1 meter.
Marble. 1 silver One cubic meter.
Oats 1 silver One kg bag of uncut oat groats.
Salt 1 silver Basic salt obtained from sea water is 1 silver for a 1 kg bag. Some special salts, that have unique flavors can be 10 or even 20 times that price.
Seeds 5 iron One small pouch.
Silk 100 gold One square meter. Silk originates from the Padashan Empire. In Ithria and Aggradar is 100 gp, but in Qeshir, silk is
Stone 2 copper Cut and shaped stone, 100 kg
Tallow 3 copper Tallow is the rendered fat of a slaughtered animal. One kg jar. Can be used to make low quality candles.
Thread 2 iron 20 meters
Wax 1 silver Beeswax, one kg jar. Can be used to make excellent candles, to polish wood and metal and to seal letters.
Wheat 1 copper One kg bag.
Wool 3 iron One kg bag.

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