Swipp is a male Fae Dragon in Flight Rising who runs a stand at the Trading Post. He is on the lookout for item trades; some of his deals are trades to turn less valuable items into more valuable items, such as trading silver for gold, while others are unique familiars and apparel only obtainable through trading with him. Swipp's daughters, Pipp and Tripp, introduced upon the expansion of his stall on October 29th, 2015, can occasionally be found at the stand offering their own trades with an added fee.
Swipp is described as a savvy Fae who has a watchful eye out for the next big trend and could be considered outgoing, as he used to call people "friend". He no longer does this since the expansion of his stall gave him multiple new dialogue boxes.
Swipp offers 12 random trades daily that cycle every two hours - not as often as Crim's hourly lists, but not as rarely as Pinkerton's daily gifts from his Plundered Pile. Pipp and/or Tripp will also sometimes appear with an extra trade, making a maximum possible three trades available every two hours.
Swipp trades for a variety of items gained throughout the game, and users have put together a Google spreadsheet you can have your username placed on to be pinged when Swipp offers certain items. There is also a reference list of Swipp's requested items in the order in which they appear in a user's hoard. As of May 10th, 2014, the on-site encyclopedia has been updated to include a page on Swipp. This includes a list of his trades. Using this list, his trades can be broken down into six groups:
Some of the items that can be obtained from Swipp can be gotten elsewhere like the Coliseum or the Marketplace. However, a lot of them can only be obtained from Swipp (excluding buying them from other players in the Auction House). The item trades listed above are exclusive to Swipp unless specified otherwise.
The following items used to be available from Swipp, but have since been removed from his trading list. These items can still be gotten by other means. They are listed in alphabetical order with what they required and when they were retired from Swipp's list.