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Elof is the metal token exchange trader located near the entrance of the Artisans' Workshop, on the southern wall. Players can buy steel equipment, steel salvage; mithril equipment, mithril salvage; adamant equipment, adamant salvage; rune equipment, or rune salvage from him using that metal's respective token.

Players can speak with Elof to custom-fit a set of trimmed masterwork armour (regardless of its augmentation status). Because a complete set must be worn, it is impossible to custom-fit individual pieces unless they are duplicates and custom-fit variants of all of the other pieces are owned and equipped. The process of custom-fitting makes all of the items permanently untradeable and does not require level 99 Smithing nor the achievement It Should Have Been Called Aetherium.

Elof will also exchange pieces of custom-fit trimmed masterwork armour for spiked variants at the cost of one glorious bar per piece. The spikes of spiked variants are purely cosmetic and the armour works identically to its regular variant. Spikes can be removed at any time for free by bringing the armour piece to Elof again, however this does not return any glorious bars, and another glorious bar must be given to Elof to add spikes back to the armour.

Metal token exchange[edit | edit source]

Main article: Metal item token

Metal equipment tokens can be used to purchase either salvage or equipment of the same metal type. The equipment cost is 10 tokens per base bar. For example, rune gauntlets would be worth 10 tokens, as it requires one rune bar.

Salvage[edit | edit source]

The cost of each type of salvage is in the table below.

Size Token cost
Huge salvage 50
Large salvage 40
Medium salvage 30
Small salvage 20
Tiny salvage 10

Update history[edit | edit source]

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  • patch 4 April 2011 (Update):
    • A grammatical error has been fixed in the dialogue.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]