Silver merchant

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Erin the Silver merchant, runs the Ardougne Silver Stall in East Ardougne. He plays a fairly large part in the Making History quest. The enchanted key is obtained from Erin during and after the quest; it is used in a miniquest to obtain the god Mjolnir weapons. He sells silver bar, silver ore, and unstrung Holy symbols of Saradomin. Holy Symbols are 200 coins each, the others are not restocked and so are rarely in stock.

Players with 50+ thieving can steal from his silver stall. Failure will result in Erin calling for a guard and you will not be able to buy anything from him any more for a certain amount of time.

He appears alongside other residents of East Ardougne in the Ratcatchers Mansion.

Family[edit | edit source]

His great-grandfather was very likely Drozal, a follower of Zamorak who lived in the Ardougne Outpost with other Zamorakian followers.[1] This is evidenced by Erin possessing his great grandfather's enchanted key, used to find the chest containing Drozal's journal.[2]

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. ^ Journal (Making History), written by Drozal, RuneScape. "I've met a great and powerful follower of Zamorak, whom has offered me the chance to join him and others in the quest for ultimate power and desolation of others. [...] I move into the old outpost north of Ardougne at the end of the week."
  2. ^ Silver merchant, "Making History", RuneScape. "The only thing I have of [my great-grandfather] is a key. It's a strange key, it changes temperature by itself as you walk around. I'm afraid I don't know what it's for, though."