When you hover over the Character Journal, this prompt will appear.
Shops can be placed by equipping your character journal and sneak-left clicking at the ground, creating a chest. The chest by default is named your Minecraft Name, but a prompt will appear requesting you to type a name for your shop.
*If the server reboots when your shop is open, you can now simply place it down again and it will load your previous shop stock from your collection bin.
A personal shop, I renamed mine to “Cake Shop”.
In the above picture, the Shop is closed. You know this because the words are in Red. Opened shops will be Green.
Stocking and Opening your Shop
My shop inventory, the default 9 slots.
To open your shop, you click the grey dye on the far right of the inventory slots.
The default number of slots for your shop is 9, but like the bank, this can be upgraded. Upgrading your Shop will be explained in the next section.
Alternatively, if you wish to close your shop you equip your character journal and Shift-Leftclick it once more.
Stocking your shop is simple, simply drag a desired item towards one of the inventory slots and a prompt will appear asking what the price for 1x (each) will be. The price will appear in Gems.
For example, if I set the price of Apples to 40G per apple it would look like this when someone hovers their mouse over the apple:
Upgrading your Shop
Upgrading your shop is very similar to upgrading a bank or other mechanic in Dungeon Realms, to do so simply equip your character journal and Sneak Right Click your current shop. Like the bank, a confirmation prompt will appear with a random code for you to confirm the upgrade, along with the dimensions for which you are upgrading.