Merchants or Vendors in Diablo 4 covers information on a category of NPCs that a player may find as the story progresses. Players will be able to trade various items and equipment such as Armor, Weapons, Accessories, and many more with these Merchants. You will encounter various Vendors on your journey through Sanctuary, each specializing in different trades. Gather Resources on your travels and bring them back to these Vendors to see what they have to offer. Take your time to browse their goods and services, and perhaps you may find just what you need to enhance your character's power. You can find detailed information on a merchant's location, merchant inventory, and more on each individual pages linked below.
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Types of Vendors in Diablo 4
Players will encounter numerous types of Vendors that are mostly concentrated in big cities or Locations with establishments. They will each cater to a specific need. The most common types of Vendors include The Alchemist, Blacksmith, Purveyor of Curiosities, Jeweler, and Occultist. The different Merchant types can typically be identified by the icon on the map.
However, other NPCs and Merchants can also be encountered throughout the Map. Players may come across Merchants with equipment and accessories to trade or other services around towns that aren't always manned by an NPC. Other Merchants include the ones listed below.
Red Dust Merchants and Vendors
Specific Special merchants will only accept Red Dust in exchange for goods. Their unique stock may include uncommon items and gear such as cosmetics and mount gear. These special Merchants are typically found around the Dry Steppes and Kehjistan Regions. Vendors that only accept Red Dust will have a Red Dust mark on the lower left corner of their Vendor Icon.
Red Dust in Diablo 4 is a type of currency that can only be obtained in Diablo 4's Endgame PvP within the PvP Zones also known as the Fields of Hatred. This is where players can obtain Seeds of Hatred which can then be converted into Red Dust if they are brought to the Altar of Extraction. Once they are turned into Red Dust they can be then used to spend on unique items. Note: Red Dust is not a tradable item. Special Vendors that only accept Red Dust as currency and their inventory stock are the following:
Where to find Merchants and Vendors in Diablo 4
While you will find most of them in the main city of Kyovashad, keep an eye out for additional Vendors in the surrounding villages and encampments. Vendors and merchants are usually found around larger settlements and locations with development. The majority of the time, merchants are found condensed together in specific locations. To view all locations of a specific Vendor, view their corresponding pages below.
Materials and Requirements for Merchants in Diablo 4
Aside from Gold, some services from different Merchants and Vendors will require Materials, Items, or currencies in order to perform specific tasks or upgrade certain types of equipment. When hovering over services while interacting with a Vendor, each task will usually display a Material Cost and the Cost to provide the service in gold. Below are the specific Items and Materials to prepare when approaching different merchants.
- The Alchemist: Materials
- The Blacksmith: Equipment
- The Jeweler: Gems
- The Occultist: Sigil Powder, Materials
- The Purveyor of Curiosities: Obols
- Unconventional Steed Armor Vendor: Red Dust
- Cursed Scroll Vendor: Red Dust
- Odds and Ends Vendor: Red Dust
- Unsavory Oddities Vendor: Red Dust
Additional Service Points in Diablo 4
Aside from the Regular Merchants and Vendors, there are other types of locations that players can visit to make miscellaneous adjustments for themselves. These points of interest will not be manned by specific Merchants or NPCs, but can also be encountered throughout the map around towns and settlements:
- Stash: A storage location where players can visit to store additional equipment and items to free up inventory space.
- Wardrobe: A station where players can make adjustments to their outfits. Wearable Equipment items can be found and adjusted in any Wardrobe.
The Alchemist offers to enhance your Healing Vial, brew Elixirs, and convert your resources.
The Blacksmith can upgrade your gear or salvage it for resources.
The Occultist has the ability to enchant gear to reroll stats and imprint Aspects to create powerful gear.
The Purveyor, who operates on Obols as currency, can be used to gamble for powerful gear pieces that can enhance your current build or inspire you to create new ones.
Merchant that sells Weapon Equipment
Merchant that sells Armor Equipment
Merchant that sells Rings and Amulets
Heals have the ability to replenish vitality and provide Healing Potions to the Player
Stable Masters can aid players with Mount related services such as purchasing mounts or customizing mounts.
A Vendor Merchant that only accepts Red Dust with a stock that specializes in gear and cosmetics specially made to be equipped by your Mount
A Vendor Merchant that only accepts Red Dust as a currency and stocks Cursed Scrolls.
A Vendor Merchant that only accepts Red Dust as a currency and stocks Cosmetic Armor items
A Vendor Merchant that only accepts Red Dust as a currency and stocks a set of Equipment Items that are displayed unrevealed to the player until purchased.
Miscellaneous Service Points
A feature where players can access all obtained Cosmetic, Transmog, and appearance customization options.
A storage point where players can store away any excess items from their inventory to access at a later time from any Stash box point location.