Olinda is a friend of Leske, who has a crush on her; however, she is married, so she is concerned that her husband should not know about it.
As part of the quest Beraht's Favor, the Dwarf Commoner can sell Lyrium Nuggets to Olinda for
000000300030 0 per piece. She cannot accept a higher price, because she claims that the market is topside and she will need to find a buyer who won't ask many questions about how she got those nuggets or inform Beraht about it. For that reason she will also recommend the Dwarf Commoner and Leske lay low for a while and will refuse to barter with them anymore after this. The Dwarf Commoner can also buy Wine from Olinda which they can give it to their drunk mother, Kalah Brosca which will trigger a more in depth discussion between the two.
| Fire Bomb|
A glass flask filled with a flammable liquid.
| Lesser Health Poultice|
A skilled herbalist has rendered a variety of medicinal ingredients into this soothing, restorative substance.
| Lesser Injury Kit|
A kit containing bandages and other healing aids.
A potent poison extracted from deadly plants and the venom of several reptiles.
| Lesser Warmth Balm|
This light balm attunes the user to the element of fire.
+30% fire resistance for 180 seconds.
| Small Claw Trap|
The jaws on this trap are only an approximation of a creature's teeth--no real beast has a mouth full of only incisors.
| Spring Trap|
This trap is remarkably simple to build, but effective nonetheless. It relies more on the element of surprise than complicated mechanisms.
| Rock Salve|
A salve of animal tallow that smells foul and is filled with tiny shards of rock.
+5 Armor for 120 seconds
+10 Physical Resistance for 120 seconds
Reduced Speed for 120 seconds
| Trap Trigger|
Even the most powerful trap requires a trigger. This bit of metal and wire could easily be turned into one by someone of sufficient skill.
| Metal Shard|
In the right hands, unassuming metal shards can be used to make deadly traps.
These simple glass containers are able to hold many compounds, even unstable ones.
| Toxin Extract|
As one would expect, extracted venom from various creatures often makes potent poisons.
A harmless enough plant on its own, deathroot's thick leaves contain an extract that the Chasind have used to induce hallucinations for centuries. Sufficiently concentrated, it can be made into a deadly poison.
The common name for canavaris, this herb actually has little to do with elves other than being commonly collected and traded to outsiders by the Dalish. It is the primary ingredient in many healing salves.
Use: Chewing elfroot restores a small amount of health, and those with skill can use elfroot to make more potent elixirs. (x3)
| Deep Mushroom|
Fungi found underground in close proximity to lyrium veins. In addition to their restorative properties, they can also be made into poisons.
Use: After chewing a deep mushroom, warriors and rogues regain a small amount of stamina. Mages gain no benefit from chewing deep mushrooms. (x4)
Cheap mosswine. The bottle bears no label, and the content smell astringent.