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Introduced:  Unfinished Business Updated:  Old Ghosts
Barkeep Rubin
Non-Player Killer
Barkeep Rubin Live
Race Male Aluvian
Title Barkeeper
Location Inside Mar'uun (10.6S, 17.1E)
Stats
Level 33
Strength 228
Endurance 216
Coordination 140
Quickness 140
Focus 50
Self 30
Health 246
Stamina 505
Mana 60


Notes

  • With the destruction of Mar'uun, Barkeep Rubin disappeared. There is a corpse where he was standing.
  • Route: From Al-Arqas, take the Al-Nosaj portal at 33.5S, 13.1E. Then run to the Mar'uun at 10.6S, 17.1E.
  • See Barkeeper for similar shopkeepers.
  • Sells at 135%, buys at 90%.

Currency

Pyreal Icon Pyreal

Inventory

Books, Paper

Clothing

Food

Cooking Items


Lore & Dialog

Unfinished Business

Dialog obtained through the Portal Space Time Travel quest, and may not be 100% accurate to actual dialog during this time.

Opening Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Oy."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Whatcher want?"


Item Selling Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Been rough around here lately. Ground's been shaking and some of our citizens have moved on, but the true of Mar'uun will stay."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Business is slow here. Seems the Gare-un... Gare-oon... the desert people... have some religious problem with stout. Can ye imagine? Turning up your nose at a good highland stout... I dinna understand 'em. Had to make a deal with al-Luq of Yaraq to sell Cove Apple Cider. It's all they'll buy."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Have you seen Marcus yet? That man needs a stout and some relaxin. Yeh, he's doin some sort of work back there. Ye can't always work..."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "We get a lot of mages through here. Seems there's something down in the lower caverns they're interested in. I don' know much about that finger-wiggling bunk meself, but I reckon it must be somethin' pretty important to them."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Yeh know what I think? I think the desert people just string a bunch of letters together to make their names. I mean, look at the jeweler. Why can't they use good, pronounceable Aluvian names, like 'Gondibyr,' or 'Fadmynda?'"


Item Purchasing Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Did yeh only come to sell? Buy a stout!"
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Not bad, not bad. But are ye gonna drink like a real man, or unload food on me like some bleedin' merchie?"


Closing Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Come back anytime, mate. I'll keep the taps flowing."

Who Watches the Virindi? - Secrets of the Apostates

Dialog obtained through the Portal Space Time Travel quest, and may not be 100% accurate to actual dialog during this time.

Opening Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Those two over there, don' say anythin but they think they can pass as human. As long as they keep buyin drink to appear human I won' question their reasons for bein here."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Whatcher want?"


Item Selling Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Been rough around here lately. Ground's been shaking and some of our citizens have moved on, but the true of Mar'uun will stay."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Business is slow here. Seems the Gare-un... Gare-oon... the desert people... have some religious problem with stout. Can ye imagine? Turning up your nose at a good highland stout... I dinna understand 'em. Had to make a deal with al-Luq of Yaraq to sell Cove Apple Cider. It's all they'll buy."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Have you seen Marcus yet? That man needs a stout and some relaxin. Yeh, he's doin some sort of work back there. Ye can't always work..."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "We get a lot of mages through here. Seems there's something down in the lower caverns they're interested in. I don' know much about that finger-wiggling bunk meself, but I reckon it must be somethin' pretty important to them."
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Yeh know what I think? I think the desert people just string a bunch of letters together to make their names. I mean, look at the jeweler. Why can't they use good, pronounceable Aluvian names, like 'Gondibyr,' or 'Fadmynda?'"


Item Purchasing Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Did yeh only come to sell? Buy a stout!"
Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Not bad, not bad. But are ye gonna drink like a real man, or unload food on me like some bleedin' merchie?"


Closing Dialog:

Barkeep Rubin tells you, "Come back anytime, mate. I'll keep the taps flowing."