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Dofus Wiki

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From Dofus

Resource exchange locations are the places where you can exchange with NPC one type of resource for another.

For parchment and scroll exchanges, see the Scroll and Characteristic Scroll pages.

Resource Exchange Locations

Location NPC Name Item Given Item Received
(-3, 24) Dreggon Tamer 10 White Dreggon eggs 1 Old Dreggon Bone
(-2,-4) Otomai's Assistant 1 Mint Jelly, 1 Strawberry Jelly, 1 Bluish Jelly Wabbit Potion
(-1, 5) Casper Van Brushing 10 Elm Wood 1 Miner's Pick
(0, -1) Jackall Breath 1 Mint Jelly 1 White Flour
(0, 3) Edrige Valling 1 Ash Wood 1 Flax String
(0, 3) Edrige Valling 100 Flax 100 Flax String
(1, -1) Charlotte 1 Wheat Flour 1 Flax String
(2, -1) Linda Malibou 1 Hop 1 Amakna Beer
(2, 6) Lara Soft 1 Mouse Hairs 1 Gobball Leather
(3, 0) Kelog Hornflex 1 Ash Wood 1 Baker's Yeast
(3, 0) Kelog Hornflex 5 Sesame Seed 1 Baker's Yeast
(4, 8) Agrid Shakoku (indoors) 10 Treechnid Root, 10 Treechnid Bark 1 Agride
(4, 8) Agrid Shakoku (indoors) 1 Ancestral Daggers 1 Ancestral Wood
(4, 8) Agrid Shakoku (indoors) 10 Moskito Wings 1 Lumberjack Axe
(4, 8) Agrid Shakoku (indoors) 100 Moskito Wings 1 Lumberjack Amulet
(4, 8) Agrid Shakoku (indoors) 1 Treechnid Root Staff 1 Reworked Treechnid Sap
(4, 13) Harry Cobbe 1 Cawwot 1 Salt
(7, 1) Elya Wood (indoors) 1 Mushroom 1 Wand Slasher
(7, 20) Ale One 1 Rib Chops 1 Sesame Seed
(8, -4) Simgood the Sailorman 3 Crab Pincers 1 Poppy Seed
(8, 2) Zeurg 1 Gobball Horn 1 Hammer Smith's Hammer
(10, 1) Chip Endale 5 Hazelnut 1 Chafer Archer Thighbone
(12, -1) Cholmondeley Featherstonehaugh 25 Mint Jelly 1 Sapphire
(32, 14) Seth Halitosis 10 Kokonut 1 Not Tempting Canvas
(32, 14) Seth Halitosis 1 Bottle of Rum 1 Empty Barrel

Scroll Exchange Locations

Location NPC Name Item Given Item Received
(2,0) Kipling Kaykes 5 Diamond Spell Point Scroll
(4,12) Frankie 10 Moskito Wings Ivory Parchment
(-12,-39) Rudla Faurtune 35 Demonic Rose Petal Ivory Parchment
(2,-1) Salamon Rudy 120 Moskito Brow Striking

For scrolls that raise your stats, see Characteristic Scroll

Notes

When doing an exchange for equipment with random stats, you can see the item's stats before confirming the trade. This way you can just cancel the trade and try again if you don't like the stats. This is commonly used to guarantee 20 wisdom on the Agride axe exchange.


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EQ2

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Category:Exchange Servers article)

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

These are EverQuest II "Exchange" Servers.

http://stationexchange.station.sony.com/faq.vm

Pages in category "Exchange Servers"

The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010
(Redirected to The Exchange article)

From Grand Theft Wiki

For the mission in GTA III, see The Exchange (mission). For the mission in GTA Vice City Stories, see The Exchange (GTA VCS).
The Exchange at night, as viewed to the north from over neighboring Castle Gardens.

The Exchange is a neighborhood in southern Algonquin, Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. It borders City Hall and Chinatown to the north by Calcium Street, Fishmarket South to the east by Albany Avenue, Barium Street and Union Drive East, Castle Gardens to the south by the South Parkway and Castle Garden City to the west by Union Drive West.

Contents

Character

The Exchange occupies nearly all built-up areas of lower Algonquin, and serves as Liberty City's historical downtown area. The area is characterized by multiple narrow streets lined with towering skyscrapers, most likely office buildings, a handful of cobblestone roads visible in portions of the city, and few green spaces. In comparison to midtown Algonquin, the Exchange's commercial occupants are presumed to lean towards more conservative corporate organizations and big business, and as a result the district is commonly depicted with pedestrians donning suits and other formal attires.

Points of interest

Like much of Algonquin south of Topaz Street, Exchange is intended to lay host to a number of high-class organizations and retail outlets. In gameplay, however, the area boasts only one of two Perseus clothing stores in the city, as well as housing the offices of Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster. A non-interactive Al Dente's restaurant is also based in The Exchange.

Influences

The Exchange is evidently the in-game equivalent of Manhattan's Financial District in New York City. In comparison to other districts in Algonquin, however, the Exchange's design in detail is less adherent to that of its real-life counterpart. While developers of the game have taken artistic liberties when designing and creating some of the district's buildings, elements of buildings from Manhattan's Financial District may still be visible if inspected in detail.

Buildings in the Financial District that serve as inspirations for buildings in the Exchange include:

  • The New York Stock Exchange building. The in-game rendition is, in fact, a solitary structure when the NYSE building is a wall-to-wall building. The facade is also significantly toned down and modeled differently, although the general profile of the game's rendition bears a resemblance to the NYSE building.
  • 17 Battery Place (Whitehall Building). GTA IV's rendition appears to only incorporate the top most facade of Greater Whitehall (the taller building) and repeat the facade for much of the surface of both the game's smaller and larger buildings. In addition, the open archway adjoined to both the original Whitehall Building and Greater Whitehall is included in the game's rendition.
  • 55 Broad Street. The top tier of the building is significantly shorten in the on-game rendition, and shares a similar black marble-clad base as 80 Pine Street, just accross the street from 55 Broad Street.
  • 104-124 Broadway (Equitable Building). 69 Exchange, at the northwest border with City Hall and Chinatown, is a adapted reproduction of the building, with similar but toned down setbacks on the facade on three sides of the building facing streets. As a result, 69 Exchange's tower does not follow the Equitable Building's "H" design, but one more like a "K". The building is further reused and placed in the eastern edge of Star Junction (with a "Brawls: Liberty City" frontage).
  • 1 New York Plaza [1], redone as a single tower but otherwise similar in facade design.
  • 17 State Street [2]. In comparison to its real-life inspiration, the game's rendition appears to feature additions on the facade and a less smoother profile.
  • One Wall Street. The GTA IV rendition appears to be similar to the building only by its facade design (as the game's rendition is not a tower, unlike One Wall Street) Even so, the game's rendition has a completely rearranged facade design, but certain features may still be easily indentified, such as vaulted and pointed windows, and limestone walls.
  • 23 Wall Street, which in-game rendition is featured twice in two locations. One, located in the inner areas of the district, is significantly redesigned to fit into a lot where one side is curved. While the real-life building stands on its own, the in-game renditions serve as foundations for taller skyscrapers.
  • 40 Wall Street [3]. The game's rendition shares a similar facade design as part of 40 Wall Street, and is somewhat similar in terms of structural design, with a crowned roof topped with a pinnacle. However, the building's design is somewhat simplified. The design of the upper tower in the game deviates by featuring additional extended layers towards the top, and the roof is shallower than its real-life counterpart. These could be attributed by height issues in game.
  • 77 Water Street. Largely similar to the game's rendition by its facade, but otherwise is different in terms of structural form. The base of the building house the Goldberg, Ligner and Shyster legal firm.
  • Downtown Athletic Club [4] (20 West Street (formerly 19)) and the adjoining 21 West Street. The game's rendition of 20 West lacks its majestic Art Deco grand entrance, instead opting for a more generic base design based on 20 West's rear. The base of the building cluster houses an Al Dente's restaurant.

Transportation

The Liberty City Subway does not serve this district. Stations close to this district include the Castle Gardens Station and the City Hall Station.

Gallery


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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Exchange may refer to:

  • Exchange: is one of the namespaces of the RuneScape Wiki used for articles listing the current average market item prices on the Grand Exchange Market Watch.
This is a disambiguation page, distinguishing subjects with similar names.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

The Exchange
General information
Leader(s)
Locations
Other information
Era(s)

Old Republic era

Affiliation

Underworld

«The Exchange is like a Hutta fungus with none of the slow, creeping subtlety!»
Vogga the Hutt

The Exchange was a criminal organization active around 4,000 BBY, and possibly the most powerful of its time, that dealt in spice smuggling, extortion, weapon trafficking, slave trading, and bounty hunting. The organization was active on many planets and employed notorious bounty hunters such as Calo Nord. During the First Jedi Purge, they posted a huge bounty on live Jedi, large enough to purchase an entire planet.

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Organization

The Exchange maintained organized cells on various worlds of interest; each of those planetary cells was led by a single boss who ruled over Exchange interests on that world. Some Exchange bosses were Davik Kang, the crime lord of the planet Taris, Loppak Slusk of Telos IV, and Goto of Nar Shaddaa. The bosses reported to sector chiefs, who had no cells of their own and operated under secret identities, leading normal lives. Even the bosses did not know who the chiefs were in real life, since most communications were done over secret, secure communications channels. The chiefs in turn reported to the head of the Exchange, who was himself one of the sector chiefs. It was often locally represented by sham fronts, such as Citadel Station's Bumani Exchange Corporation.

History

"The Exchange is a big crime outfit, mostly operating out of Nar Shaddaa: spice running, gun trafficking, slave trading."
Atton Rand
Davik Kang, Exchange head of Taris.

The Exchange was an extremely powerful criminal organization that operated throughout much of the Outer Rim Territories. The shadowy group was led by an even more mysterious entity called the Compeer, with a command structure that included individual crime lords controlling profitable worlds. The only way to be accepted into this elite group was to be nominated by several other crime lords.

The Exchange was briefly yet significantly involved with, and damaged by, two important figures around the time of the Jedi Civil War: Revan and the Jedi Exile. In 3,956 BBY, Revan infiltrated the Exchange headquarters on Taris and killed its local leader, Davik Kang. Five years later, the Jedi Exile arrived on Nar Shaddaa. She proceeded to destabilize the Exchange's operations on the moon by killing the crime lords Saquesh and Visquis, and by destroying the Visionary. G0-T0 went along with the Exile in hopes of stabilizing the galaxy. He was eventually destroyed on Malachor V when the Mass Shadow Generator was re-activated and blew up the planet along with G0-T0.

G0-T0

Main article: G0-T0
G0-T0, Exchange head of Nar Shaddaa.

Goto was the Exchange boss of Nar Shaddaa. He was never seen in person, and appeared only as a hologram. This was because 'Goto' was not an organic being: he was a droid (G0-T0) using the hologram to give the impression that he was a living being. Eventually, he would travel with the Jedi Exile.

G0-T0 managed to use the illegal actions of the Exchange for his ultimate purpose of stabilizing the Galactic Republic. Its smuggling ring caused the deaths of destabilizing persons or organizations, developed unofficial profits for entire sectors, and strengthened Republic worlds that would otherwise be poor and ignored. Believing that the major source of the Republic's problems revolved around the Jedi Civil War, it also enacted bounties for live Jedi and Sith. Many bounty hunters simply killed Jedi and Sith instead of capturing them, but the outcome remained: less Jedi or Sith to fight against each other meant less fighting period. G0-T0, as part of his programming, was simply interested in keeping the Republic in order and keeping its infrastructure intact due to the devastation caused by the Jedi Civil War.

Downfall

According to Kreia's predictions before her death on Malachor V, the Exchange grew in power, until the Hutts ceased tolerating the Exchange, causing it to slowly feed upon itself.

Appearances

  • Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 48: Demon, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (First appearance)
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords

Sources

See also


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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Bank Account article)

From TibiaWiki


Every character in a Player Account has a personal Bank Account, there's not a Bank Account for all the characters altogether. Bank Accounts can be used to deposit gold and can be accessed from the banks in every city. It is recommended to deposit all money you have into your Bank Account so that if you go to any city, all your gold is accessible.

Services

Exchanging

Although for this service players don't need a Bank Account, the Banker NPC is able to exchange between different coins for you in different ways. He exchanges:

Note that if you say change platinum, the Banker NPC will ask which type of coin you want to change for your platinum coin(s). You need to say either gold or crystal.

Example:
Player: Hello
Banker NPC: Hello, player.
Player: Change platinum
Banker NPC: Which would you like to receive, gold or crystal?
Player: Crystal
Banker NPC: And how many crystal coins would you like to receive?
Player: 4
Banker NPC: So you would like to change 400 platinum coins into 4 crystal. Is this correct?
Player: Yes
Banker NPC: Here you are.

Check balance

Say balance to the Banker NPCs and they will tell you how much gold is stored in your Bank Account. The NPC at each bank says different things as you get richer and richer.

  • When you have less than 100k, they simply say "Your account balance is x gold."
  • When you have between 100k and 1kk they say "You certainly have made a pretty penny. Your account balance is x gold."
  • When you have between 1kk and 10kk they say "Wow, you've reached the magic number of one million gp! Your account balance is x gold."
  • When you have over 10kk they say "I think you must be one of the richest inhabitants of Tibia! Your account balance is x gold."
  • When you have over 1k on Rookgaard, Paulie says "You have certainly made a pretty penny. Your account balance is x gold. That also means that the limit of your junior bank account is exceeded - to deposit more money, you have to go to mainland."

House and Guild Hall Rent Payment

The Bank account is needed in case you want to rent a house or guild hall. When you take part in an auction, you can only make a bid if you have the sufficient money on your Bank Account to participate. The amount of gold of your maximum bid and the rent for the first month will be reserved and cannot be withdrawn until the auction is over. Eventual reserved money will be mentioned when you ask for your balance.

Transactions

Depositing

To deposit gold in a character's Bank Account, you have to say the word deposit, followed by the amount of gold you'd like to deposit, and the Banker NPC will save it in your Bank Account. It's also possible to deposit all money that you actually have. To do this, you need to say deposit all.

Example:
Player: Hi
Banker NPC: Hello!
Player: deposit 400
Banker NPC: Would you really like to deposit 400 gold?
Player: yes
Banker NPC: Alright, we have added the amount of 400 gold to your balance. You can withdraw your gold anytime you want to.

Note: if you say "Deposit 0", the Banker will answer "You are joking, aren't you?".

Withdrawing

Similarly, you can withdraw gold from a character's Bank Account, say the word withdraw followed by the amount of gold you'd like to withdraw. If the required amount of gold is more than 99 gps, you will receive platinum coins and maybe some gold coins, and in case you ask for more than 9999 gps, you'll receive crystal coins, maybe platinum coins and/or gold coins.

Example:
Player: hi
Banker NPC: A good day to you.
Player: withdraw 100
Banker NPC: Are you sure you wish to withdraw 100 gold from your bank account?
Player: yes
Banker NPC: Here you are, 100 gold. Please let me know if there is something else I can do for you.

You see a platinum coin.
It weighs 0.10 oz.

Note: if you say "Withdraw 0", the Banker will answer "Sure, you want nothing you get nothing!".

Transferring

Additionally, a character can transfer money to any other character, regardless of the account in which the destination character is located. Say the word transfer followed by the amount of gold you want to transfer. Then, the Banker NPC will ask the name of the character that will receive the amount, you say it and then acknowledge with a yes that you want the transfer to be made. The Rookgaard Bank doesn't allow transfers.

Example:
Player: Hi
Banker NPC: A good day to you.
Player: transfer 100 to Player
Banker NPC: Would you really like to transfer 100 gold to Player?
Player: yes
Banker NPC: Very well. You have transferred 100 gold to Player.

Note: if you say "Transfer 0 to player", the Banker will answer "Please think about it. Okay?".

Junior Bank Accounts

The Rookgaard Bank services only Junior Bank Accounts. Players with a Junior Bank Account cannot transfer money and have a limit of 1000 gold coins. However, if they go anywhere outside Rookgaard, Junior Bank Accounts become Full Bank Accounts automatically, including all money stored on it.

When a player is rooked, all his possessions are deleted, including the gold on his Bank Account. The only items which remain safe are those stored in his depot box.


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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Exchange
エクスチェンジ
File:ExchangeEDS-EN-ScR-UE.png
 English: Exchange
 Arabic: التّبادل
 French: Échange
 German: Austausch
 Italian: Scambio Illuminato
 Spanish: Intercambio
 Japanese (Kanji): エクスチェンジ
 Phonetic: Ekusuchenji
Type: Spell Cards
Property: Normal Image:Normal.png
Number: 05556668
Card Description(s):
TCG Set(s):
OCG Set(s):
Video Game Set(s):
Card Appearance(s):
Card Search Categories:
Other Card Information:
Anime
Yu-Gi-Oh!: Present
Manga
TCG/OCG Statuses
OCG: Unlimited TCG Advanced: Unlimited TCG Traditional: Unlimited
Card/Deck/Starchip/DP Costs
Video Game Numbers
Video Game Statuses
NTR: Unlimited Online: Unlimited
WC6: Unlimited
GX02: Unlimited
Facts about ExchangeRDF feed
Actions Reveals your opponent's hand  +, and Reveals your hand  +
Anti-Support No Entry  +
Arabic Name التّبادل  +
Archetype Related No Entry  +
Archetypes No Entry  +
Archetypes Support No Entry  +
Attack No Entry  +
Attribute Spell Cards  +
Card Image ExchangeEDS-EN-ScR-UE.png  +
Card Number 05556668  +
Card Type Normal Spell Cards  +
Class 1 Official  +
Class 2 Anime  +
Class 4 VG  +
Counters No Entry  +
English Name Exchange  +
French Name Échange  +
Fusion Material No Entry  +
GX02 Status Unlimited  +
German Name Austausch  +
Italian Name Scambio Illuminato  +
Japanese Name エクスチェンジ  +
Life Points No Entry  +
Lore Both players show their hands to each other. You both select 1 card from each other's hand and add it to your own. When the cards are sent to the Graveyard, they are sent to the Graveyard of the original owner.
Medium OCG  +, TCG  +, Yu-Gi-Oh! second series anime  +, WC6  +, GX02  +, and NTR  +
Misc No Entry  +
MonsterSpellTrap No Entry  +
NTR Status Unlimited  +
OCG Status Unlimited  +
Phonetic Name Ekusuchenji  +
RFP No Entry  +
S/T Class Normal Spell Cards  +
Spanish Name Intercambio  +
Stats No Entry  +
Summoning No Entry  +
Support No Entry  +
Synchro Material No Entry  +
TCG Advanced Format Status Unlimited  +
TCG Traditional Format Status Unlimited  +
Types Normal  +
WC6 Status Unlimited  +
YGOO Status Unlimited  +

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