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by Webnme2 on Mar 23rd 2012

Kingdoms of Amalur: Legend of Dead Kel

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning - The Legend of Dead Kel

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Gravhall Keep

Gravhall Keep

Stash Locations

 
At several points in the game you will be able to secure a stash point where you can store excess loot. What you put into your stash box at any location can be retrieved at any other stash location. Each also includes a mirror where you can adjust the appearance of your character and a bed where you can rest to restore your character’s health.

In The Legend of Dead Kel you will find a new stash location at Gravhall Keep. As with prior stash locations, the initial capabilities will be limited and you will have to work through several quests to build your stash location up to full capability.

Gravhall Keep

  • Alchemy Workbench
  • Alliances
  • Art Gallery
  • Armory
  • Beastmaster & Pets
  • Blacksmith Forge
  • Blacksmith Repairs
  • Combat Trainer
  • Foreign Emissary
  • Healer
  • Librarian/Translator
  • Library
  • Merchant – Normal
  • Merchant – Crooked/Fence
  • Painter
  • Sagecraft Altar
  • Stash
  • Tower
  • Thrown
  • Trade
  • Trainer – Alchemy – Master
  • Trainer – Merchantile – Master
  • Treasure Scout
  • Tribute
  • Tunnels
  • Unbind Gems

 

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