So basically sell to Haffiz? Ok I could see that. Price of potions of clarity in the books. I knew they had been sold at some point, and they are in book 1 (maybe in book 4 as well when the brothers visit Richter, I haven't found a quote for that though), but a price is never mentioned as to what Hafiz paid for them. Its implied to be significant. We do have one guesstimate from Leandra I doubt Hafiz would pay 3 gold for a potion, he needs to ensure a return on investment. I'd say he'd go for somewhere between 1 and 2, likely closer to two depending on just how many potions Richter offers and how many he can sell. That's more than enough money for Richter to pay his debt. On a sidenote, as I was reading through some early parts of the books it struck me that the white pearl company and the Hafiz family in particular, have a much stronger bond to the godly side of things than most people. How likely is it that the destruction of the Lich, a worshiper of their sworn, religious enemies will strengthen the bond between the company and the village? Is it possible Hafiz is part of a larger pro-gods religious organization that might view this development with interest?