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* [[spoiler:TraumaInducedAmnesia: Upon discovering that Gannayev's mother let his father escape, the her hag sisters hunted him down, tore him apart, and force-fed Gann's mom bloody chunks of him - all in front of Gann. Gann naturally - and probably fortunately - remembers none of this]].

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* [[spoiler:TraumaInducedAmnesia: Upon TraumaInducedAmnesia: [[spoiler:Upon discovering that Gannayev's mother let his father escape, the her hag sisters hunted him down, tore him apart, and force-fed Gann's mom bloody chunks of him - all in front of infant Gann. Gann naturally - and probably fortunately - remembers none of this]].









* BigBad: In as much as there is one for the game (and that's pretty arguable), the Faceless Man is it. The game ends when he's defeated and he's the direct cause of most of your troubles. [[spoiler:It's revealed, however, that he has no mind, memory or identity, only instinct - he can't be held responsible for what his curse makes him do.]]

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* BigBad: In as much as there is one for the game (and that's pretty arguable), the Faceless Man is it. The game ends when he's defeated and he's the direct cause of most of your troubles. [[spoiler:It's It's revealed, however, that he has no mind, memory or identity, only instinct - he can't be held responsible for what his curse makes him do.]]






* JerkassGod: Not as {{Jerkass}} as Cyric was during his brief tenure as god of the dead, but that's not saying much. For instance, he took a special pleasure in crafting punishments for his enemies and didn't care if other, innocent people were caught up in them. The Slumbering Coven claims that even in his dreams within death, he's still obsessing over how to most painfully punish old slights. [[spoiler:What he did to Akachi was unutterably cruel, and with your help he can inflict even further suffering on the Betrayer by enforcing your command to ''devour the soul of the Founder''.]]

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* JerkassGod: Not as {{Jerkass}} as Cyric was during his brief tenure as god of the dead, but that's not saying much. For instance, he took a special pleasure in crafting punishments for his enemies and didn't care if other, innocent people were caught up in them. The Slumbering Coven claims that even in his dreams within death, he's still obsessing over how to most painfully punish old slights. [[spoiler:What What he did to Akachi was unutterably cruel, and with your help he can inflict even further suffering on the Betrayer by enforcing your command to ''devour the soul of the Founder''.]]


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Characters ('''SPOILERS''')]]



[[spoiler:Araman is actually the brother of Akachi the Betrayer. His original name was Eveshi. Centuries ago, the two infant boys were laid on the doorstep of Myrkul's temple to be raised there. Akachi became Myrkul's most proud and devoted disciple, and Eveshi/Araman - though never as great - followed in his brother's footsteps, always in aid and loyalty. When Akachi chose to rebel against Myrkul for the sake of his lover, Araman joined him in the Crusade, but when it failed, he repented on bended knee to Myrkul and swore never to betray him again. As a "reward", Myrkul made him immortal and gave him the task of hunting down the Founder and killing her. His takeover of Thaymount was so he could access a portal that would lead him to the Founder's Sanctum. Before he can reach her, however, the Knight-Captain's party confront him and Araman is ultimately killed. He is later seen on the Fugue Plane, defending the City of the Dead.]]

[[spoiler:Araman is a jaded, depressed man. To this day, he believes firmly that Akachi's betrayal of his god for his love was madness, and believes that no good could come of upsetting the order of the Planes; his regret for turning against Myrkul has long become a greater conviction that Akachi was ''wrong''. He takes no pleasure in what he does, instead seeing his actions as [[NecessaryEvil necessary evils]] to maintain balance in the world.]]

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[[spoiler:Araman Araman is actually the brother of Akachi the Betrayer. His original name was Eveshi. Centuries ago, the two infant boys were laid on the doorstep of Myrkul's temple to be raised there. Akachi became Myrkul's most proud and devoted disciple, and Eveshi/Araman - though never as great - followed in his brother's footsteps, always in aid and loyalty. When Akachi chose to rebel against Myrkul for the sake of his lover, Araman joined him in the Crusade, but when it failed, he repented on bended knee to Myrkul and swore never to betray him again. As a "reward", Myrkul made him immortal and gave him the task of hunting down the Founder and killing her. His takeover of Thaymount was so he could access a portal that would lead him to the Founder's Sanctum. Before he can reach her, however, the Knight-Captain's party confront him and Araman is ultimately killed. He is later seen on the Fugue Plane, defending the City of the Dead.]]

[[spoiler:Araman
Dead.

Araman
is a jaded, depressed man. To this day, he believes firmly that Akachi's betrayal of his god for his love was madness, and believes that no good could come of upsetting the order of the Planes; his regret for turning against Myrkul has long become a greater conviction that Akachi was ''wrong''. He takes no pleasure in what he does, instead seeing his actions as [[NecessaryEvil necessary evils]] to maintain balance in the world.]]
world.



* AntiVillain: [[spoiler:He believes that protecting the Wall is the right thing to do and takes no pleasure in it.]]

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* AntiVillain: [[spoiler:He He believes that protecting the Wall is the right thing to do and takes no pleasure in it.]]



* BigBad: [[spoiler:The game sets him up to look like one for a while, but he isn't.]]
* TheDragon: [[spoiler:To Myrkul originally, and now to Kelemvor.]]
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Assuming you continued the Crusade, he makes a LastVillainStand after Kelemvor agrees to let you try and get your soul back, and dies fighting you on the Fugue Plane, where there's no coming back.]]
* LawfulNeutral: In-universe.
* OptionalPartyMember: [[spoiler: Should the player decide to betray the Betrayer's Crusade and side with Kelemvor, [[GuestStarPartyMember Araman joins in place of Kaelyn]], [[MutuallyExclusivePartyMembers who leaves the party]].]]

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* BigBad: [[spoiler:The The game sets him up to look like one for a while, but he isn't.]]
isn't.
* TheDragon: [[spoiler:To To Myrkul originally, and now to Kelemvor.]]
Kelemvor.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:Assuming Assuming you continued the Crusade, he makes a LastVillainStand after Kelemvor agrees to let you try and get your soul back, and dies fighting you on the Fugue Plane, where there's no coming back.]]
back.
* LawfulNeutral: In-universe.
In-universe. All he does is his job.
* OptionalPartyMember: [[spoiler: Should the player decide to betray the Betrayer's Crusade and side with Kelemvor, [[GuestStarPartyMember Araman joins in place of Kaelyn]], [[MutuallyExclusivePartyMembers who leaves the party]].]]



* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:Subverted when he reappears on the Fugue Plane. You ''did'' kill him in the Academy, but since you're attacking the plane of existence that serves as the afterlife's sorting area for souls and he's a priest of the god of death, his presence is hardly odd.]]
* UsedToBeASweetKid: [[spoiler:He was Akachi's brother, Eveshi. Akachi gave him the nickname "Ahrraman", which meant "laughter", when they were both children, because Eveshi was always giggling, even during solemn masses and sermons. That bright little boy is one of the very last things left of Akachi, but only in memory and dreams. Araman himself has long crushed out any light or sweetness in his personality.]]
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:There's not much that the Spirit Eater finds out over the course of the game that Araman couldn't have told them. Not that he would have.]]

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* UnexplainedRecovery: [[spoiler:Subverted Subverted when he reappears on the Fugue Plane. You ''did'' kill him in the Academy, but since you're attacking the plane of existence that serves as the afterlife's sorting area for souls and he's a priest of the god of death, his presence is hardly odd.]]
odd.
* UsedToBeASweetKid: [[spoiler:He He was Akachi's brother, Eveshi. Akachi gave him the nickname "Ahrraman", which meant "laughter", when they were both children, because Eveshi was always giggling, even during solemn masses and sermons. That bright little boy is one of the very last things left of Akachi, but only in memory and dreams. Araman himself has long crushed out any light or sweetness in his personality.]]
personality.
* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:There's There's not much that the Spirit Eater finds out over the course of the game that Araman couldn't have told them. Not them, but he's not about to do anything that he would have.]]
might help you.



[[spoiler:The Coven turns out to be directly responsible for Gann's [[ParentalAbandonment childhood abandonment]]. When it was discovered that Gann's mother had sired a child with a human, and worse, loved both the man in question and the child, the Coven offered her a [[SadisticChoice choice between the life of her child or that of her lover.]] She chose to spare her son, and was forced to ''eat her lover alive'', the act of which drove her completely insane. Gann is less than pleased to discover this and insists that they die, but the Coven claims that their deaths would rob the world of priceless knowledge and beauty. Ultimately the Captain chooses their fate. In either case, the Coven do end up telling the party the next destination: Thaymount Academy.]]

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[[spoiler:The The Coven turns out to be directly responsible for Gann's [[ParentalAbandonment childhood abandonment]]. When it was discovered that Gann's mother had sired a child with a human, and worse, loved both the man in question and the child, the Coven offered her a [[SadisticChoice choice between the life of her child or that of her lover.]] She chose to spare her son, and was forced to ''eat her lover alive'', the act of which drove her completely insane. Gann is less than pleased to discover this and insists that they die, but the Coven claims that their deaths would rob the world of priceless knowledge and beauty. Ultimately the Captain chooses their fate. In either case, the Coven do end up telling the party the next destination: Thaymount Academy.]]
Academy.



* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler:As valuable as their knowledge may be, killing these cruel and vicious beasts is nevertheless extremely satisfying.]]

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* KickTheSonOfABitch: [[spoiler:As As valuable as their knowledge may be, killing these cruel and vicious beasts is nevertheless extremely satisfying.]]



* NecessarilyEvil: How they view themselves. [[spoiler:You can disagree, whether from your own sense of ethics or to exact justice for Gann and his parents, and shred their collective dream before destroying them.]]

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* NecessarilyEvil: How they view themselves. [[spoiler:You You can disagree, whether from your own sense of ethics or to exact justice for Gann and his parents, and shred their collective dream before destroying them.]]



* TalkingInYourDreams: Meeting them requires you to navigate the dreams of several other visitors, solving (or ignoring, or worsening) their troubles. Despite everyone involved being fast asleep, these interactions seem to have real-world effects. In addition, on the trip you meet [[spoiler:Bishop during his last moments in the Wall of the Faithless]]. The hags clarify afterwards that yes, the encounter genuinely happened.

!!The Faceless Man [[spoiler:a.k.a. Akachi the Betrayer]]

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* TalkingInYourDreams: Meeting them requires you to navigate the dreams of several other visitors, solving (or ignoring, or worsening) their troubles. Despite everyone involved being fast asleep, these interactions seem to have real-world effects. In addition, on the trip you meet [[spoiler:Bishop Bishop during his last moments in the Wall of the Faithless]].Faithless. The hags clarify afterwards that yes, the encounter genuinely happened.

!!The Faceless Man [[spoiler:a.a.k.a. Akachi the Betrayer]]
Betrayer



[[spoiler:Akachi was once the high priest of the now-dead god Myrkul, who once was god of the dead. When his lover, the Founder, died without pledging herself to a god, her soul was condemned to the Wall of the Faithless and Akachi chose to rebel against his god to save her, storming the Fugue Plane with an army to tear down the Wall and free every soul inside. This became known as the First Crusade, and earned him the title "the Betrayer". Though he succeeded in freeing the soul of the Founder, his Crusade failed, and as punishment he was bound to the Wall himself in her place. Myrkul, seeing an opportunity to spread misery (and to remain alive-in-death by exploiting the ForgottenRealms' early GodNeedsPrayerBadly system) decided that Akachi had not suffered enough, and so inflicted a ''real'' FateWorseThanDeath on him. He ripped Akachi ''out'' of the Wall once he was stripped of his mind, his humanity and everything that had made him a person, and left with an insatiable hunger for souls: the Faceless Man. The Spirit Eater curse is Akachi's parasitic ravenous remnant, attaching itself to people and condemning their souls to the Wall in his place. Over time, his victims are slowly "digested", devouring spirits to hold off the encroachment of the curse, but needing more and more spirits to hold off the hunger. At last they cannot sate themselves and die in madness, and the curse transfers itself to a new host.]]

[[spoiler:At the end of the game, the player character recovers the stolen soul from the Wall of the Faithless, but must then battle Akachi for control over it. Depending on what whether or not the three fragments of the [[TitleDrop Mask of the Betrayer]] were recovered in the game, the Knight-Captain can choose to [[GoldenEnding restore Akachi and end the Spirit-Eater curse]], [[BittersweetEnding subdue Akachi and spend eternity on the Fugue Plane]], hurl Akachi out of their soul so that they are cured but the curse still exists, or ''devour the Faceless Man'' and become [[EldritchAbomination a power to shake the planes]].]]

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[[spoiler:Akachi Akachi was once the high priest of the now-dead god Myrkul, who once was god of the dead. When his lover, the Founder, died without pledging herself to a god, her soul was condemned to the Wall of the Faithless and Akachi chose to rebel against his god to save her, storming the Fugue Plane with an army to tear down the Wall and free every soul inside. This became known as the First Crusade, and earned him the title "the Betrayer". Though he succeeded in freeing the soul of the Founder, his Crusade failed, and as punishment he was bound to the Wall himself in her place. Myrkul, seeing an opportunity to spread misery (and to remain alive-in-death by exploiting the ForgottenRealms' early GodNeedsPrayerBadly system) decided that Akachi had not suffered enough, and so inflicted a ''real'' FateWorseThanDeath on him. He ripped Akachi ''out'' of the Wall once he was stripped of his mind, his humanity and everything that had made him a person, and left with an insatiable hunger for souls: the Faceless Man. The Spirit Eater curse is Akachi's parasitic ravenous remnant, attaching itself to people and condemning their souls to the Wall in his place. Over time, his victims are slowly "digested", devouring spirits to hold off the encroachment of the curse, but needing more and more spirits to hold off the hunger. At last they cannot sate themselves and die in madness, and the curse transfers itself to a new host.]]

[[spoiler:At
host.

At
the end of the game, the player character recovers the stolen soul from the Wall of the Faithless, but must then battle Akachi for control over it. Depending on what whether or not the three fragments of the [[TitleDrop Mask of the Betrayer]] were recovered in the game, the Knight-Captain can choose to [[GoldenEnding restore Akachi and end the Spirit-Eater curse]], [[BittersweetEnding subdue Akachi and spend eternity on the Fugue Plane]], hurl Akachi out of their soul so that they are cured but the curse still exists, or ''devour the Faceless Man'' and become [[EldritchAbomination a power to shake the planes]].]]
planes]].



* TheFaceless: It's not just his name; he is always depicted either with a mask or simply as TheBlank. [[spoiler:It's essential to the curse.]]

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* TheFaceless: It's not just his name; he is always depicted either with a mask or simply as TheBlank. [[spoiler:It's It's essential to the curse.]]



* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler:The player character can deduce that the spell-backfire which killed the Founder and sent her to the Wall might have been Myrkul's doing, because her death allowed him to test Akachi's faith. Akachi had to choose between devotion to his god and devotion to his lover. He chose the latter, and as far as Myrkul was concerned, he chose poorly.]]
* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler:With the Founder.]]
* TragicMonster[=/=]WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: [[spoiler:It's hard not to feel sorry for him once you realize what -- or rather who -- he is.]]

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* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler:The The player character can deduce that the spell-backfire which killed the Founder and sent her to the Wall might have been Myrkul's doing, because her death allowed him to test Akachi's faith. Akachi had to choose between devotion to his god and devotion to his lover. He chose the latter, and as far as Myrkul was concerned, he chose poorly.]]
poorly.
* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler:With With the Founder.]]
Founder.
* TragicMonster[=/=]WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: [[spoiler:It's It's hard not to feel sorry for him once you realize what -- or rather who -- he is.]]



[[spoiler:She was Akachi's lover and had no respect for the gods; when she died during a backfiring spell, her soul went to the Wall of the Faithless. Akachi turned on Myrkul and marched upon the Fugue Plane, leading the Betrayer's Crusade to rescue her, and he did - but Myrkul's judgement led to Akachi becoming the spirit-eater, and the Founder returning to life knowing he would suffer forever.]]

[[spoiler:So determined was she to free Akachi that she did not die, remaining beneath the Academy in her Sanctum and searching for ways to save her lover. She made many discoveries that none could repeat, including a portal into the Astral Plane, a way to completely reforge the shattered Silver Sword of Gith, and a way to split her soul that gave each piece a body and a life of its own. Three such fragments are known to exist, currently: Nefris, the researcher, the ruthless logician and the mother, who became headmistress of the Academy; Lienna, the artistic mind, the dreamer, who ran the Veil Theatre and crafted amazing masks for its troupe; and Safiya, the innocent soul, the creative mind, filled with love, who was raised as the daughter of Nefris and became an instructor at the Academy. The Founder worked her will in the outside world through each of these fragments - and it was by her order that the Knight-Captain became the latest bearer of the curse. Her greatest goal is the end of Akachi's suffering, and she will sacrifice anything to make it happen.]]

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[[spoiler:She She was Akachi's lover and had no respect for the gods; when she died during a backfiring spell, her soul went to the Wall of the Faithless. Akachi turned on Myrkul and marched upon the Fugue Plane, leading the Betrayer's Crusade to rescue her, and he did - but Myrkul's judgement led to Akachi becoming the spirit-eater, and the Founder returning to life knowing he would suffer forever.]]

[[spoiler:So
forever.

So
determined was she to free Akachi that she did not die, remaining beneath the Academy in her Sanctum and searching for ways to save her lover. She made many discoveries that none could repeat, including a portal into the Astral Plane, a way to completely reforge the shattered Silver Sword of Gith, and a way to split her soul that gave each piece a body and a life of its own. Three such fragments are known to exist, currently: Nefris, the researcher, the ruthless logician and the mother, who became headmistress of the Academy; Lienna, the artistic mind, the dreamer, who ran the Veil Theatre and crafted amazing masks for its troupe; and Safiya, the innocent soul, the creative mind, filled with love, who was raised as the daughter of Nefris and became an instructor at the Academy. The Founder worked her will in the outside world through each of these fragments - and it was by her order that the Knight-Captain became the latest bearer of the curse. Her greatest goal is the end of Akachi's suffering, and she will sacrifice anything to make it happen.]]
happen.



* AntiHero[=/=][[AntiVillain Villain]]: It's up to you whether she's a hero or a villain, but whichever she is, she's right on the borderline. She wants to end the curse, definitely a noble thing, and she's motivated purely by love. [[spoiler:But she specifically chose to curse ''you'' (for your connection with the Silver Sword of Gith), freed the curse from its makeshift binding in Okku's barrow, put you in terrible danger, and has done many extremely questionable things to achieve her goal.]]

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* AntiHero[=/=][[AntiVillain Villain]]: It's up to you whether she's a hero or a villain, but whichever she is, she's right on the borderline. She wants to end the curse, definitely a noble thing, and she's motivated purely by love. [[spoiler:But But she specifically chose to curse ''you'' (for your connection with the Silver Sword of Gith), freed the curse from its makeshift binding in Okku's barrow, put you in terrible danger, and has done many extremely questionable things to achieve her goal.]] goal.



* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:If you drain Myrkul he will allow you to consume her soul as well, inflicting possibly the most horrible thing possible to both her ''and'' Akachi.]]
* {{Determinator}}: She ''never'' gave up on any task she put her mind to, [[spoiler:and when you add ThePowerOfLove to the mix, well...]]

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* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:If If you drain Myrkul he will allow you to consume her soul as well, inflicting possibly the most horrible thing fate possible to upon both her ''and'' Akachi.]]
Akachi.
* {{Determinator}}: She ''never'' gave up on any task she put her mind to, [[spoiler:and and when you add ThePowerOfLove to the mix, well...]]



** [[spoiler: You can forgive her or at least state you won't kill an old lady for inflicting you with the curse.]] This will result with a massive influence boost with Safiya.
** Alternatively, [[spoiler: [[KarmicDeath you can absorb her]] if you have the means to do so. Just don't bring [[BerserkButton Safiya]] along.]]
* EverybodyCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]SpellMyNameWithAThe: The only way she's every referred to is as "the Founder". [[spoiler:Or "the Red Woman."]]

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** [[spoiler: You can forgive her or at least state you won't kill an old lady for inflicting you with the curse.]] curse. This will result with a massive influence boost with Safiya.
** Alternatively, [[spoiler: [[KarmicDeath you can absorb her]] if you have the means to do so. Just don't bring [[BerserkButton Safiya]] along.]]

* EverybodyCallsHimBarkeep[=/=]SpellMyNameWithAThe: The only way she's every referred to is as "the Founder". [[spoiler:Or Or "the Red Woman."]]"



* MamaBear: There is one thing - and only one - that will induce her to attack the player character, who bears Akachi's essence, in anything other than self-defence. By extension, the one thing she loves as much as she loves Akachi himself. [[spoiler:It's Safiya. Threaten her and the Founder will die in defence of her "daughter".]]

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* MamaBear: There is one thing - and only one - that will induce her to attack the player character, who bears Akachi's essence, in anything other than self-defence. By extension, the one thing she loves as much as she loves Akachi himself. [[spoiler:It's It's Safiya. Threaten her and the Founder will die in defence of her "daughter".]]



* OppositesAttract: Sceptic mage-genius and [[spoiler:a devoted disciple of Myrkul]]?
* ThePowerOfLove: Damned, redeemed and drove her all at once. [[spoiler:It will even prevent her soul from being devoured by the spirit-eater, because the spirit-eater is Akachi and he would not harm her. ''Unless'', that is, the player also devoured Myrkul - then Akachi's love is overcome by the spite of Myrkul, and he's forced to obliterate the person he gave up everything and suffered eternally to save.]]

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* OppositesAttract: Sceptic mage-genius and [[spoiler:a a devoted disciple of Myrkul]]?
Myrkul?
* ThePowerOfLove: Damned, redeemed and drove her all at once. [[spoiler:It It will even prevent her soul from being devoured by the spirit-eater, because the spirit-eater is Akachi and even as he is he would not harm her. ''Unless'', that is, the player also devoured Myrkul - then Akachi's love is overcome by the spite of Myrkul, and he's forced to obliterate the person he gave up everything and suffered eternally to save.]]



* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler:With Akachi. In the event that you restore his identity and end the curse forever, they'll still never be together, even in death.]]

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* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler:With With Akachi. In the event that you restore his identity and end the curse forever, they'll still never be together, even in death.]]



* WellIntentionedExtremist: Like Ammon Jerro, she has an admirable goal, but she will do anything to achieve it. [[spoiler: That includes sacrificing ''you''.]]
* WhatTheHellHero: [[spoiler:You get the opportunity to call her out for inflicting you with the curse.]]

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* WellIntentionedExtremist: Like Ammon Jerro, she has an admirable goal, but she will do anything to achieve it. [[spoiler: That includes sacrificing ''you''.]]
''you''.
* WhatTheHellHero: [[spoiler:You You get the opportunity to call her out for inflicting you with the curse.]]
curse.



[[spoiler:The [[PlayerCharacter Knight-Captain]] runs across his decaying corpse during his/her escape from the Academy of Shapers and Binders via the Astral Plane. After interrogating Myrkul on various points to the player's satisfaction, s/he is given the opportunity to serve up an [[DeathByIrony Ironic Death]] with the Spirit-Eater.]]

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[[spoiler:The The [[PlayerCharacter Knight-Captain]] runs across his decaying corpse during his/her escape from the Academy of Shapers and Binders via the Astral Plane. After interrogating Myrkul on various points to the player's satisfaction, s/he is given the opportunity to serve up an [[DeathByIrony Ironic Death]] with the Spirit-Eater.]]
Spirit-Eater.



* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:If you choose to eat him.]] A fact he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] with surprising glee.

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* DeathByIrony: [[spoiler:If If you choose to eat him.]] him. A fact he [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] with surprising glee.



* GodIsDead: [[spoiler:What you're talking to is the remnants of his consciousness, set adrift in the Astral Plane. And even that can be destroyed, if you know how...]]

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* GodIsDead: [[spoiler:What What you're talking to is the remnants of his consciousness, set adrift in the Astral Plane. And even that can be destroyed, if you know how...]]



* GodsHandsAreTied: [[spoiler:Kelemvor refuses to let you continue the Crusade after you reclaim your soul, but not because he ''likes'' the Wall. He tried to take it down after his apotheosis, but the rest of the pantheon wouldn't let him because it provides a threat that keeps most people worshipping, thereby feeding the gods and through them providing the magic of the Realms.]]

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* GodsHandsAreTied: [[spoiler:Kelemvor Kelemvor refuses to let you continue the Crusade after you reclaim your soul, but not because he ''likes'' the Wall. He tried to take it down after his apotheosis, but the rest of the pantheon wouldn't let him because it provides a threat that keeps most people worshipping, thereby feeding the gods and through them providing the magic of the Realms.]]



* LawfulNeutral: In-universe.
* NarratorAllAlong: [[spoiler:He's narrating cutscenes from the very start of the campaign, but you don't find out that the voice has a name until you reach the Fugue Plane.]]
* NotSoDifferent: Want to know why he does everything he can to overturn Myrkul's judgement upon Akachi without directly undoing it? [[spoiler:When mortal, he suffered under a curse that forced him to commit selfish acts so he wouldn't succumb to complete violent madness. It wasn't as severe as the spirit-eater curse, but one can imagine how he might be inclined to sympathise.]]

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* LawfulNeutral: In-universe.
In-universe. He acts to enforce the laws he lay down and that were laid down for him as god of the dead.
* NarratorAllAlong: [[spoiler:He's He's narrating cutscenes from the very start of the campaign, but you don't find out that the voice has a name until you reach the Fugue Plane.]]
Plane.
* NotSoDifferent: Want to know why he does everything he can to overturn Myrkul's judgement upon Akachi without directly undoing it? [[spoiler:When When mortal, he suffered under a curse that forced him to commit selfish acts so he wouldn't succumb to complete violent madness. It wasn't as severe as the spirit-eater curse, but one can imagine how he might be inclined to sympathise.]]
sympathise.
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* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:There's not much that the Spirit Eater finds out over the course of the game that Araman couldn't have told him. Not that he would have.]]

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* WalkingSpoiler: [[spoiler:There's not much that the Spirit Eater finds out over the course of the game that Araman couldn't have told him.them. Not that he would have.]]
22nd Mar '17 12:13:30 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Then there's the ritual itself. It was never designed to give him the effects he was hoping for; one of the shadow priests more or less admits it was designed to turn him into an undead minion for King of Shadows. [[spoiler:Even if it had not failed so spectacularly, he should have known better than to think his master had not planned for his treachery.]]

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** Then there's the ritual itself. It was never designed to give him the effects he was hoping for; one of the shadow priests more or less admits it was designed to turn him into an undead minion for King of Shadows. [[spoiler:Even if it had not failed so spectacularly, he should have known better than to think his master had not planned for his treachery. It's entirely possible the "failure" was actually the spell working as intended.]]
15th Mar '17 1:32:28 AM MinisterOfSinister
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!!Walter White

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!!Walter White!!Ammon Jerro
14th Mar '17 5:03:38 PM Trolli
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!!Ammon Jerro

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!!Ammon Jerro!!Walter White
11th Mar '17 9:03:06 AM StarSword
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A paladin who was formerly part of Neverwinter's paladin order, but left in frustration over the order's inability/unwillingness to help the commonfolk. Since then, he has taken it upon himself to protect the innocent, and has formed a tight-knit band of mercenaries to help him in this. He first meets the party when they're investigating orc activity in the region, and offers his help in this. After the orcs are routed, he decides to stay with the party.

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A paladin of Tyr who was formerly part of Neverwinter's paladin order, but left in frustration over the order's inability/unwillingness to help the commonfolk. Since then, he has taken it upon himself to protect the innocent, and has formed a tight-knit band of mercenaries to help him in this. He first meets the party when they're investigating orc activity in the region, and offers his help in this. After the orcs are routed, he decides to stay with the party.
11th Mar '17 8:32:13 AM StarSword
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* CombatMedic: As she is the only divine spellcaster available for the majority of the game, until you recruit Zhjaeve, you're probably going to end up packing much of her spell list with "Cure Wounds" unless the KC is a divine spellcaster him/herself.
25th Feb '17 7:28:44 PM Nevermore2002
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* [[spoiler:TenMinuteRetirement: After leaving the party, she reasoned that the vampires may have amassed a big fortune after taking over the Night Masks, so she returns to help you when to go deeper in the dungeon.]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:When she realizes that the Night Masks have been taken over by vampires, she freaks out and abandons you.]]

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* [[spoiler:TenMinuteRetirement: After leaving the party, she reasoned that the vampires may have amassed a big fortune after taking over the Night Masks, so she returns to help you when to you go deeper in the dungeon.]]
* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:When she realizes that the Night Masks have been taken over by vampires, she freaks out and abandons abandon you.]]
17th Feb '17 4:39:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheHunter: Has been hunting orcs for weeks when you meet him.

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* TheHunter: HunterOfMonsters: Has been hunting orcs for weeks when you meet him.
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