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Overview[edit | edit source]

Tinkerfest Merchant Items is a list of items sold by one of two Tinkerfest in mid-July every year, during the annual event.

  • Both merchants are located in Gnomeland Security Headquarters at ( -579, 171, 995 ) /waypoint -579, 171, 995. They are standing next to each other amidst the celebrating Gnomes.
  • This event actually has two types of special currency: Shiny Tinkerfest Cog which can be picked up off the ground near any Unstable Tinkered Portals (see the page for locations) or Platinum Tinkerfest Cog, which are only granted as quest rewards and used to buy highly valuable items, like a few mounts.
  • Myron sells items added during the current Tinkerfest year when it is live, while Tarly's inventory consists of items added in previous years.
  • Myron will have the new blueprints, PLUS versions of the same items that can be purchased individually, with the event currency and any new items that are unlocked by completing the event's various achievements.
  • There are a staggering number of items available. This is because you can buy the Blueprints and craft the items if you have a character with Tinkering skills or you can skip the blueprints and buy the items individually. The first option allows crafting them items-at will all year, while the latter can present the challenge of storing the sheer volume of items.
  • Due to the volume of items, numerous sections were used to create this page; click on any section in the table of contents to jump to that section, however, if you know the partial name of the item you are searching for you can press CTRL + F on to open the search window on most browsers and locate them by typing part of the name and jumping to their locations.

Myron's Items[edit | edit source]

Myron

Tarly

With the exception of mounts, the items Myron sells are identical to those that can be crafted from the blueprints he sells. Therefore, those with Tinkering skills may want to buy only the blueprints and mount. Each year, he sells new items, while Tarly sells all previous year's items.

The following items are new for 2019:

House items for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Blueprints for 3 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Blueprint for 10 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Pet 3 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

House items for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Plushies for 8 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

House item for 30 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Mount 1 Platinum Tinkerfest Cog and 350 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

House Items[edit | edit source]

Many of these house items can also be made by tinkerers who buy the various blueprints that sell during this event.

Note: some of the building blocks, gears, cogs, and tile textures are not exact matches from one to the next based solely on their names; for this reason, it's advised to examine items before purchase.
Window panes:

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Building Blocks[edit | edit source]

The items in this section are Building Blocks and should not count toward player housing item counts.

Doors and Entry Hatches[edit | edit source]

The following items sell 30 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Corrugated finish[edit | edit source]

Examples of Tinkerfest building block textures: Corrugated Wood, Impacted Metal, Rhodium, and Rusty Metal. Click to enlarge.

The following sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Corrugated Wood finish[edit | edit source]

The following have wood-block look and sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Impacted Metal finish[edit | edit source]

The following have a hammered metal look and sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Rhodium finish[edit | edit source]

The following have copper brick look and sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Rusty Metal[edit | edit source]

Gadget and Gizmos[edit | edit source]

Auric Magitronic Gear-Sphere

Floor Mounted Tinkered Portals

This category is something of a catch-all, because there are numerous items that defy regular definition (e.g. none are "a bench") but instead look as though they may be extra parts in a workshop, used to make a Gnomish machine, or recently finished works.

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The Following items sell for 3 Cogs

The following items sell for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following items sell for 15 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Building bits:

Furniture and General Decor[edit | edit source]

Gears, Cogs, and Sprockets[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

Dismantled items:
Sprockets:

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following items sell for 3 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following sell for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:
Gears:

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Small gears
Spoked gears
Vertically-aligned

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Weight-bearing
Cogs:

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following require the completion of Bits and Baubles and see for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Machinery Parts[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs: Smokestacks and Stove Parts

Batteries, Engines, Chargers, Power Sources

Pipes, Pistons, and Tubes


Spin Wheels and Valves


Tanks, Bins and Buckets


Widgets

Gages and Switches

Various


Drills

Chambers


Distillery Parts


Fans, Propellers


The following items sell for 3 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following items sell for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

House Pets[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 1 Shiny Tinkerfest Cog:

The following items sell for 15 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Glow Skimmers[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Various Decor[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following items sell for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

The following items sell for 30 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Lights and Illuminated Items[edit | edit source]

These sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs Ceiling-Mounted:

Wall-mounted: Lampposts:

Lanterns:
Sconces:

Other:

Lightning Screws sell for 2 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

Illumination Cylinder
Hanging:

Petamorph Wands[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 4 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs:

Plushies[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 8 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

Mounts[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 1 Platinum Tinkerfest Cog and 350 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

The following items sell 300 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

Energized Tinkerfest Hovercog Illuminated Tinkerfest Hovercog The following items sell 500 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

Clothing, Cloaks, and Equipment[edit | edit source]

Consumable (charm) items for 5 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs

Charms[edit | edit source]

The following items sell for 1 Shiny Tinkerfest Cog and they are consumable. All have ten charges.

Blueprints[edit | edit source]

Anyone can buy blueprints but you will need a secondary tradeskill, Tinkering, to scribe and use them.

  • All Tinkerfest Blueprints requires a Tinkering skill of 25 to scribe.
  • All of the Master Tinkerer's Blueprints require a Tinkering skill of 400 to scribe.
  • With the expection of the Tinkerfest Blueprints sold by Myron, the others he sells require Tinkering skill of 500 to scribe.

Myron's Blueprints[edit | edit source]

If the year the blueprints were introduced is known it will appear in parenthesis after the item name.

Tarly's Blueprints[edit | edit source]

All for Tarly's Blueprints cost 10 Shiny Tinkerfest Cogs.

  • Some of the Master Tinkerer Blueprint recipes require a Tinkerer's Mechanized Framework as a recipe component, and these may be purchased from Tarly.
  • Some recipes need the rusty version of a tool/weapon as a component: these are obtained as rewards from Tinkerfest quests, and Tarly sells the Rusty Powered Wrench.

If the year the blueprints were introduced is known it will appear in parenthesis after the item name.

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