O.k one more thing!
Tell me a easy way to take much orens!
Finding and finishing all the quests in each chapter brings you a lot of loot. There are side quests that you won't even know about unless you try talking to every NPC you encounter, so I always work on side quests before main quests so as not to finish a chapter prematurely. In the early chapters you should definitely loot every house, and sell your excess to merchants. Also, you can do things like taking 1 oren food items to the Gardener and asking him to tell you about his mercenary days. He'll ask for food. Give him a 1 oren item and ask him for roses in exchange. You'll get 6 orens for the rose instead of 1 oren if you sold it as food. Additionally, when you first exited the sewers you should have gotten a quest from the con man to get a ring back from the crypt in the sewers. You can go in the crypt and kill everything, take all the loot then exit the sewers about 6:30 AM while the area is still marked dangerous. Give the ring to the con man to complete the quest, then kill him and take back the ring and sell it. It's not nice, but making lots of money means being a bit cutthroat. Weapons are a good source of income, so loot a couple, then take them to Thaler the fence any time of day or night and get orens for them. Each torch is 40 orens, for instance. You can loot the Order Outpost for lots of weapons and books. Sell every book that you get as soon as you've read it. Once you've read it, it goes into your glossary, so there is no reason to keep it. Anyway, those are a few ideas, hope they help.
Excuse me I went to the Blacksmith!
How will I order the Lighting rod?
Do I must to have anything?
At the blacksmith's place you will need to talk to the actual blacksmith and not his helper. There should be a dialog option for ordering the lightning rod. As with all NPCs, make sure you check all dialog options as some are more than one layer deep. Order the rod, then leave and come right back to purchase it.