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I have found two different sets of items to buy from Waldbys' and I wondered if you can get more sets and how you get the different sets.

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He's a random item seller. His stock changes randomly over time.

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I think you hit Shift-B to refresh the random item sellers. It's been so long since I shopped at Waldby's that I can hardly remember.

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Shift-w, actually. But it's cheating anyway.

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I just checked on it.

In Exile 2, you hit Shift+b to refresh random item sellers. In Exile 3, you hit Shift+w, and in Exile 1, you have to long wait like 45 times (or spend the same amount of turns playing) to refresh them.

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Sorry for replying to an old topic, but I’m curious as to why Lilith considers this cheating.  You aren’t circumventing game features; you’re just guiding outcomes based on intrinsic probabilities.  In this vein, I don’t see how it’s any different from reloading when you die.

Edited by Xiarrel-Te

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You want Lilith to explain why she considered something cheating thirteen years ago?

 

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Anyway, whether or not you consider it cheating, it's definitely somewhere on the [ playing well -- using exploits -- cheating ] continuum.  Being able to freely refresh the item stock to access any item you wanted clearly wasn't intended; the shift-codes were there for debugging.

 

(And in Exile III, where the passage of time has in-game effects, it is *clearly* cheating.)

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i have no recollection of making that post so i cannot explain my reasoning at the time

 

revised opinion 13 years later: i don't really care if it's cheating or not, and also random item shops with almost no limits on what items they can sell were not exactly the best-thought-out concept in the first place

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A secret code you put in to change the game for your benefit seems a lot like a cheat code.  Mind you, I use the editors a lot.

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