Supplies is one of the minor quests available in From the Ashes DLC for Kingdom Come: Deliverance. You get it at the beginning of A Place to Call Home quest.
The main goal of this quest is to have supplies deliveries for your village. Start by placing Trader's house in Pribyslavitz. This building costs 4,000 gold HOWEVER it also requires you to build Bridge and a Road first - this costs another 4,000 gold. After placing Trader's house you can meet with the trader (this step is optional).
Placing Trader's house unlocks the second part of this quest. The goal of this objective is to have deliveries of key resources. The game has added a lot of markers on your map for places where you can ask for resources. You don't have to go to each one of them - some of the materials can be acquired in a few different places. However, their selling offers can differ - follow the list below to get the best offers:
- Stone - Visit the quarry in Talmberg. Speak with Rupert. His default price for stone is 4,000 gold. You can use Persuasion to haggle - a successful attempt (requires 12 Persuasion points or more) lowers the price to 3,000 gold.
- Grain - You can get it in three different locations. The Bailiff in Uzhitz wants 160 gold, the Bailiff in Sasau wants 120 gold and the Bailiff in Samopesh wants only 80 gold.
- Charcoal - You can get it in four different locations. The charcoal burners from the Ginger's camp (north from "Inn in the Glade") want 180 gold but only if you have helped Ginger. Charcoal burners from Sasau (north-west from the monastery) want 220 gold. Charcoal burners from Rattay (south from Neuhof) want 220 gold. Charcoal burners from the Gallows Hill (west from Rattay) want 220 gold.
- Livestock - You can get them in three different locations. The butcher from Sasau wants 50 gold. The butcher from Ledetchko wants 30 gold but this won't be a high-quality meat. The butcher from Rattay won't sell you any meat because of his hostility towards the refugees. You can convince him by using Persuasion (9 points or more). If you succeed, you will have to pay him 70 gold per delivery.
Important Note: For grain, coal and livestock, the negotiated amount is not a one-off payment. These are the amounts that will be collected every day to transport goods (grain, coal and animals) to the village. They will be booked under operating costs of Prybislawitz. It is worth to choose the most advantageous offers from each category in order to "lose" as little as possible every day. This process does not apply to a stone. In this case, the negotiated amount is a one-off payment.