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Algot's House
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Console Location Code(s)
ICTempleDistrictAlgotsHouse, ICTempleDistrictAlgotsBasement, ICTempleDistrictAlgotsHouseUpstairs
Imperial City, Temple District
Algot's House

Algot's House is located in the northwest corner of the Temple District between The All-Saints Inn and Hastrel Ottus' house and across from Surius Afranius' house. It is the residence of Algot the Northerner and consists of Algot's House, Algot's Basement, and Algot's Private Quarters.



Algot's House

Algot's HouseEdit

Algot's salary at the Trading Company must be quite meager, as there is nothing of great value in the house. The ground floor mostly contains the usual food and worthless cutlery; the main points of interest being a wine rack with 9 cheap bottles next to the basement and a chest with up to three pieces (75% each) of armor or weapons, found at the foot of the stairs.

Algot's BasementEdit

Private Quarters

Unsurprisingly, the basement is full of clutter chests and nothing much else.

Algot's Private QuartersEdit

The second floor is slightly better and contains a decent amount of valuables, all concentrated in the northern corner. The cupboard contains up to 8 pieces of upper-class clothing, while a red velvet blouse sits on top of it. Skillfully stashed underneath it is a small jewelry box, which contains a few gold coins, a random piece of jewelry, and a silver nugget (both 50%). The chest nearby also holds a few coins and has a 25% chance of a higher-end jewelry piece appearing. Just beside it are a pair of gold trimmed shoes.