History Characters / NeverwinterNights2

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* TheAbsentMindedProfessor: Prone to going off on tangents and appears to have some memory issues.

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* TheAbsentMindedProfessor: AbsentMindedProfessor: Prone to going off on tangents and appears to have some memory issues.
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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: His reaction to [[spoiler:killing Shandra]] -- even if you don't

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: His reaction to [[spoiler:killing Shandra]] [[spoiler:killing]] Shandra -- even if you don't persuade him he was wrong, he is sad she died [[spoiler:by his hand]] and wishes he could have gotten to know her.
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* 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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* 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.party]].]]
3rd Nov '16 3:20:29 PM frogpatrol
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The cast of ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'', ''Mask of the Betrayer'', ''Storm of Zehir'', and ''Mysteries of Westgate''. Not related (mostly) to the characters of ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights''.

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The cast of ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'', ''Mask of the Betrayer'', ''Storm of Zehir'', and ''Mysteries of Westgate''. Not related (mostly) Mostly unrelated to the characters of ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights''.
3rd Nov '16 3:19:38 PM frogpatrol
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The first potential party member you run into, Khelgar is a [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame dwarven fighter]] originally encountered not far from West Harbor. After helping him out with a gang of roughnecks (by beating them all to death and/or unconsciousness) and the first wave of githyanki, Khelgar decides to tag along with you because [[DoomMagnet you seem to attract fights everywhere you go]], and he wants in.

Despite being more than a little thick-headed and stubborn, Khelgar is still incredibly loyal and has his own reasons for being off on an adventure with some random ChosenOne from the swamps. [[spoiler:Khelgar was kicked out of his clan for abandoning them during an attack by fire giants, and they haven't forgiven him yet. Aside from wanting to rejoin his clan,]] Khelgar also aspires to be a monk, since the first people who ever beat him in a fight were a group of travelling monks.

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The first potential party member you run into, Khelgar is a [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame dwarven fighter]] originally encountered not far from West Harbor. After helping him out with a gang of roughnecks (by beating them all to death and/or unconsciousness) and the first wave of githyanki, Khelgar decides to tag along with you because [[DoomMagnet [[TheJinx you seem to attract fights everywhere you go]], and he wants in.

Despite being more than a little thick-headed and stubborn, Khelgar is still incredibly loyal and has his own reasons for being off on an adventure with some random ChosenOne from the swamps. [[spoiler:Khelgar was kicked out of his clan for abandoning them during an attack by fire giants, and they haven't forgiven him yet. Aside from wanting to rejoin his clan,]] Khelgar also aspires to be a monk, since the first people who ever beat him in a fight were a group of travelling monks.



** When he first tries to join the monks they say, among other things, that his FantasticRacism proves he's not ready yet. He responds that he can't be a racist because he's adventuring with a ''tiefling'' and an ''elf'', and you know what ''those types'' are like!
** Even before then, when you try to explain to him that a monk's lifestyle is about more than fighting, such as uniting body and mind, he takes this to mean it also involves head-butting.

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** When he first tries to join the monks they say, among other things, that his FantasticRacism proves he's not ready yet. He responds that he can't be a racist because he's adventuring with a ''tiefling'' and an ''elf'', and you know what ''those types'' are like!
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like! Even before then, when you try to explain to him that a monk's lifestyle is about more than fighting, such as uniting body and mind, he takes this to mean it also involves head-butting.



* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch[=/=]OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: A more nuanced example than most. He ''is'' a stereotypical dwarf, but therein lies the rub: the Ironfists kicked him out because he took his love of beer and battle too far and wound up being little more than a drunken thug who failed to live up to the more positive parts of this trope -- reliability, selflessness, clan honor and dignity. His CharacterDevelopment consists of him coming to understand that, sometimes with help from the player.
* NeutralGood: In-universe, his starting alignment. This manifests itself in admiring the player taking good actions (like siding with the City Watch and doing good deeds for free) while mostly enjoying a good fight - especially one that lets him do good in the process.

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* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch[=/=]OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: A more nuanced example than most. He ''is'' a stereotypical dwarf, but therein lies the rub: the Ironfists kicked him out because he took his love of beer and battle too far and wound up being little more than became a drunken thug who failed to live up to the more positive parts of this trope -- trope, namely reliability, selflessness, clan honor and dignity. His CharacterDevelopment consists of him coming to understand that, sometimes with help from the player.
* NeutralGood: In-universe, his starting alignment. This manifests itself in admiring the player taking good actions (like siding with the City Watch and doing good deeds for free) while mostly enjoying a good fight - especially one that lets him do good in the process.



* OhMyGods: His "swear" emote is "By Tyr's right buttock!"

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* OhMyGods: His "swear" emote is is, "By Tyr's right buttock!"



* TookALevelInBadass: He was always pretty badass, but ''Storm of Zehir'' shows that [[spoiler:he's ''become one of the Neverwinter Nine''.]]

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* TookALevelInBadass: He was always pretty badass, but ''Storm of Zehir'' shows that [[spoiler:he's ''become one of the Neverwinter Nine''.]]Nine'']].



A tiefling rogue that the Captain and Khelgar encounter being threatened by a group of corrupt soldiers. After helping her fight them off, she agrees to tag along, mainly for the thrill of adventure.

Neeshka is fiery, feisty, and more than a little mischievous. She takes the FantasticRacism she often gets in stride, barely letting it get to her. However, her fiendish blood makes her vulnerable to certain dark magics, [[spoiler:which Black Garius tries to take advantage of in the final battle. Whether or not he succeeds in this depends on Neeshka's influence.]]

[[spoiler:Neeshka canonically survives the original campaign's final battle due to her great agility. In the best ending of ''Mask of the Betrayer'', she is seen attending the Captain's wedding along with Khelgar.]]

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A tiefling rogue that the Captain and Khelgar encounter being threatened by a group of corrupt soldiers. After helping her fight them off, she agrees to tag along, mainly for the thrill of adventure.

adventure. Neeshka is fiery, feisty, and more than a little mischievous. She takes the FantasticRacism she often gets in stride, barely letting it get to her. However, her fiendish fiend blood makes her vulnerable to certain dark magics, [[spoiler:which Black Garius tries to take advantage of in the final battle. Whether or not he succeeds in this depends on Neeshka's influence.]]

[[spoiler:Neeshka canonically
Canonically, Neeshka survives the original campaign's final battle due to her great agility. In the best ending of ''Mask of the Betrayer'', she is seen attending the Captain's wedding along with Khelgar.]]
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* BloodKnight: One of the possible dialogue options in the base game essentially boils down to, "''Two dragons? HAH! Perfect, I LOVE A CHALLENGE!''"

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* BloodKnight: One of the possible dialogue options in the base game essentially boils down to, "''Two dragons? HAH! Perfect, I LOVE A CHALLENGE!''"



* SacrificialLamb[=/=]StuffedIntoTheFridge: Essentially her only real role in the story.

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* SacrificialLamb[=/=]StuffedIntoTheFridge: Essentially her Her only real role in the story.



** [[spoiler:If she allies with the King of Shadows, she essentially tries to ''destroy the world'' because ''you didn't agree with her''.]]

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** [[spoiler:If she allies with the King of Shadows, she essentially tries to ''destroy the world'' because ''you didn't agree with her''.]]



* TeamPet: Essentially.

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* TeamPet: Essentially.TeamPet



* DemBones: Essentially, their bodies are skeletons heavily infused with shadow.

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* DemBones: Essentially, their More or less. Their bodies are skeletons heavily infused with shadow.



* LawfulEvil: InUniverse. Conceptually baatezu (devils) are essentially LawfulEvil personified, following their contracts and deals to the letter as a matter of honor, but always at least ''trying'' to compose them in such a way that they come out ahead in the end. (However long that may take, and given their immortality they can afford to wait.)

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* LawfulEvil: InUniverse. Conceptually baatezu (devils) are essentially LawfulEvil personified, following personified. They follow their contracts and deals to the letter as a matter of honor, but always always, at least ''trying'' ''try'' to compose them in such a way that they come out ahead in the end. (However long that may take, and given their immortality they can afford to wait.)



* CoolTeacher: This also. One of the ''least'' vicious and ruthless Red Wizards anywhere, and she obviously loves teaching. She even begins teaching you a few basics in concentration and logic if your influence gets high enough - so essentially, her idea of best protecting you is making you one of her students.

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* CoolTeacher: This also. One of the ''least'' vicious and ruthless Red Wizards anywhere, and she obviously loves teaching. She even begins teaching you a few basics in concentration and logic if your influence gets high enough - so essentially, her idea of best protecting you is making you one of her students.



* NonIndicativeName: Someone called "the Dove" would be peaceful and gentle, right? Right. Originally she had that name because she was the mediator of the Menagerie. But when she began the Second Crusade, she essentially ''declared war upon the gods''.

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* NonIndicativeName: Someone called "the Dove" would be peaceful and gentle, right? Right. Originally she had that name because she was the mediator of the Menagerie. But when she began the Second Crusade, she essentially ''declared war upon the gods''.



* {{Badass}}: Oh yes. No, seriously, have you seen his Strength and Constitution? He's essentially Khelgar on steroids.

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* {{Badass}}: Oh yes. No, seriously, have you seen his Strength and Constitution? He's essentially Khelgar on steroids.



* BadassBookworm: Essentially, she was a mage-scientist, and one of the most brilliant who had ever been.

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* BadassBookworm: Essentially, she She was a mage-scientist, and one of the most brilliant who had ever been.
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* CantKillYouStillNeedYou: If you don't state it outright, someone else will; he performed the fifth part of the five rituals of cleansing necessary to fight the King of Shadows' army and you are unable to do it yourself because the statue was broken by a Shadow Reaver, which prevents you from killing him and him killing you.

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* CantKillYouStillNeedYou: If you don't state it outright, someone else will; he performed will. You learned the fifth part first four parts of the five rituals Rituals of cleansing Cleansing necessary to fight the King of Shadows' army Shadows and his army, he gained the fifth and you are unable to do can't obtain it yourself because the statue necessary to gain it was broken by a Shadow Reaver, which prevents Reaver; as he wryly notes, you from killing him and him killing you.need each other to fight the King of Shadows at full strength.
* CassandraTruth: He tried to warn Neverwinter about the threat posed by the King of Shadows. They didn't listen to him.



* ImGoingToHellForThis: He tells the player that although they don't get to kill him, they can rest assured he has bigger problems to worry about -- like all the bad karma he's built up and the demons and devils out for his blood.

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* ImGoingToHellForThis: He tells the player that although they don't get to kill him, they can rest assured he has bigger problems to worry about -- like all the bad karma he's built up and all the demons and devils out for his blood.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Takes a bit of doing, but you can make him realize his mistakes.

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* KarmaHoudiniWarranty: As noted, he is merely delaying the inevitable backlash he will incur for all his misdeeds.
-->'''Ammon Jerro:''' Whatever punishments you think I deserve, I will suffer a thousand-fold -- well beyond anything your small mind can imagine.
* KarmicJackpot: If you convince him of the wrongness of his actions, he apologises to [[spoiler:Shandra]] for killing her and begs for her forgiveness. In return, he gains a magical amulet she left behind.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Takes a bit of doing, but His reaction to [[spoiler:killing Shandra]] -- even if you can make him realize his mistakes.don't



-->'''Ammon Jerro:''' You could promise all that and more, Garius. But for all your empty promises, I have seen the one I follow accomplish so much more. And Garius, [[spoiler:[[AndThisIsFor for mentioning]] [[SacrificialLion Shandra]] [[AndThisIsFor to me]], I shall enjoy watching you die]].

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-->'''Ammon Jerro:''' You could promise all that and more, Garius. But for all your empty promises, I have seen the one I follow accomplish so much more. And Garius, [[spoiler:[[AndThisIsFor for mentioning]] [[SacrificialLion Shandra]] [[AndThisIsFor to me]], me]]]], I shall enjoy watching you die]].die.
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The player character of the first two installments of [=NWN2=] is at the beginning of the story just a [[{{Farmboy}} Farmboy/Farmgirl]] who is, for all intents and purposes, completely insignificant. The only unusual thing about your character is that regardless of what race your are, you're an orphan who was born during a climactic battle between the forces of Neverwinter and demons that destroyed in which their mother died. Your real father, unknown, the character is raised by a particularly grumpy [[OurElvesAreBetter half-wood elf]], with whom you don't particularly get along. Sounds like the perfect set-up for TheHerosJourney? You'd be right.

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The player character of the first two installments instalments of [=NWN2=] is at the beginning of the story just a [[{{Farmboy}} Farmboy/Farmgirl]] who is, for all intents and purposes, completely insignificant. The only unusual thing about your character is that regardless of what race your are, you're an orphan who was born during a climactic battle between the forces of Neverwinter and demons that destroyed in which their mother died. Your real father, unknown, the character is raised by a particularly grumpy [[OurElvesAreBetter half-wood elf]], with whom you don't particularly get along. Sounds like the perfect set-up for TheHerosJourney? You'd be right.



* CharacterAlignment: In-universe: It is a game based on ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' after all. Any, although non-evil is at least implied for the original campaign given that the King of Shadows is canonically defeated by the time ''Mask of the Betrayer'' starts. But then again, it's not out of the realm of possibility that EvilVersusEvil resulted.

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* CharacterAlignment: In-universe: It is In-universe. This ''is'' a game based on ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' after all. Any, although non-evil is at least implied for the original campaign given that the King of Shadows is canonically defeated by the time ''Mask of the Betrayer'' starts. But then again, it's not out of the realm of possibility that EvilVersusEvil resulted.



* GenreSavvy



* ChildhoodFriends: With the KC.
* ColdBloodedTorture: The Githyanki treat him to this to find out where you're going and what you're doing with the shards. He refuses to tell the other villagers about it and feels very guilty for cracking.



* ChildhoodFriends: Again, with the KC.



* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: Implied with a male [=KC=]. Not that anything comes of it.

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* UnluckyChildhoodFriend: Implied with a male [=KC=].KC. Not that anything comes of it.



!!Aldanon
--> '''Voiced by:''' Milton James

A wizard who lives in the Blacklake District. He has an eccentric demeanour that hides a considerable knowledge of the world around him. Getting into the Blacklake District to talk to him about the shards they carry forms the crux of Act 1's storyline after the player reaches Neverwinter.

'''Associated Tropes:'''
* TheAbsentMindedProfessor: Prone to going off on tangents and appears to have some memory issues.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: He seems to suffer from this around books.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Definitely suffers from this.
* CrazyPrepared: After his mansion wound up in the Blacklake District following the rebuilding of Neverwinter after the war from the first game, he found there were a lot of people who wanted his home. Since then he has taken to putting wards up at the entrance to his home to keep them out and magical traps around the interior to deter thieves.
* DitzyGenius: Intelligent enough to figure out the nature of the shards you carry (for reference, Sand cannot) and possessed of a great deal of knowledge regarding the githyanki, but also rather prone to distraction, forgetfulness and general bumbling.
* MysticalWhiteHair: Adds to his old wizardly look.
* NeutralGood: In-universe.



[[spoiler:According to ''Mask of the Betrayer'', he is canonically destroyed by the Knight-Captain.]]

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[[spoiler:According to ''Mask of the Betrayer'', he is was canonically destroyed by the Knight-Captain.]]



* FromNobodyToNightmare: [[spoiler:Once he was a patriot of the Illefarn Empire, an ordinary man with a girlfriend who lived an unremarkable life. After that, he became a guardian for his beloved empire, with no ambition or desire save to continue protecting and serving it. Now, he is the commander of an army of shadow-infused undead who poses a threat to everyone around him.]]

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* FromNobodyToNightmare: [[spoiler:Once he was a patriot of TheEmpath: Has the Illefarn Empire, an ordinary man with a girlfriend who lived an unremarkable life. After that, he became a guardian for his beloved empire, with no ambition or desire save power to continue protecting sense your feelings and serving it. Now, he is the commander of an army of shadow-infused undead who poses a threat to everyone around him.]]motivations.



* EvilIsNotAToy: Garius plans to steal his power and usurp him, but beings like the King of Shadows are not mocked. The ritual was designed from the beginning to make him and his followers into TheUndead; after it was botched, [[spoiler:Garius and his followers died and were brought back as the Shadow Reavers]].
* FlawExploitation: Dialogue from his followers suggests this is how he convinces mortals to serve him; it's outright stated that he lured Black Garius to become his dragon by playing on his {{ambition|IsEvil}} and {{greed}}. [[spoiler:This and his status as TheEmpath are likely the reason he makes a WeCanRuleTogether offer to an evil PC and ''only'' an evil PC -- he's playing on their lust for power, and knows a good or neutral PC doesn't have sufficient character flaws for him to exploit.]]
* FromNobodyToNightmare: [[spoiler:Once he was a patriot of the Illefarn Empire, an ordinary man with a girlfriend who lived an unremarkable life. After that, he became a guardian for his beloved empire, with no ambition or desire save to continue protecting and serving it. Now, he is the commander of an army of shadow-infused undead who poses a threat to everyone around him.]]



* KillEmAll: [[spoiler:If the player accepts a place at his side, their first task as his new general is to slaughter their party members, turning their TrueCompanions into a QuirkyMinibossSquad. Afterwards, the King raises them from the dead to serve as the player's followers in evil.]]

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* KillEmAll: IfYoureSoEvilEatThisKitten: [[spoiler:If the player accepts a place at his side, their first task as his new general is to slaughter their party members, turning their TrueCompanions into a QuirkyMinibossSquad. Afterwards, the King raises them from the dead to serve as the player's followers in evil.]]



* TheUndead: His armies are largely comprised of these, because his essence and powers sap the life force from mortals, which isn't a problem for skeletons, zombies and suchlike. Given that the Mere of Dead Men has ample dead bodies to offer him, he has a large renewable source of manpower too.



* EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Garius learns too late that the King of Shadows is not mocked, getting himself and his followers turned into the Shadow Reavers.]]

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* EvilIsNotAToy: [[spoiler:Garius learns too late that He's stupid enough to fall for this trope ''twice''.
** Ammon Jerro reveals it was Garius who released him from the Lower Planes to uncover information about the Silver Sword of Gith and the ritual to obtain
the King of Shadows is not mocked, getting himself and his followers turned Shadows' power. Jerro escaped from the Arcane Brotherhood quite easily.
** 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 the Shadow Reavers.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.]]



Seven powerful undead spellcasters, who serve as enforcers for the King of Shadows and command his undead armies.



* IKnowYourTrueName: Their big weakness, which are read from a scroll by Zhjaeve or Ammon Jerro.



* IKnowYourTrueName: He agrees to tell you his true name, because someone using it to banish him is the only way he can return to hell.

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* IKnowYourTrueName: He agrees to tell you his true name, name the first time you meet, because someone using it to banish him is the only way he can return to hell.Baator. The second time you meet him, you can offer to use it again, but he admits it won't work again because the enchantments holding him are too strong.



* LukeIAmYourFather: He offhandedly implies he is Neeshka's devilish grandfather.

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* LukeIAmYourFather: He offhandedly implies he is strongly implied to be Neeshka's devilish grandfather.grandfather, both from his own remarks and those of other fiends in the Haven.
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* MultipleEndings: Somewhat sloppily in the first game, with you either defeating the King of Shadows only to experience a [[spoiler:RocksFallEverybodyDies situation]] or [[spoiler:joining up with him to kill your former allies for no particular reason]]. In ''Mask of the Betrayer'', most fans think this was done much better, though some still wish you could have [[spoiler:destroyed the Wall of the Faithless for real. Obsidian didn't even bother trying to implement it, on the assumption Wizards of the Coast wouldn't allow that past concept stage]].

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* MultipleEndings: Somewhat sloppily in the first game, with you either defeating the King of Shadows only to experience [[spoiler:experience a [[spoiler:RocksFallEverybodyDies rather unpleasant RocksFallEverybodyDies situation]] or [[spoiler:joining [[spoiler:join up with him to kill your former allies for no particular reason]]. In ''Mask of the Betrayer'', most fans think this was done much better, though some still wish you could have [[spoiler:destroyed the Wall of the Faithless for real. Obsidian didn't even bother trying to implement it, on the assumption Wizards of the Coast wouldn't allow that past concept stage]].



* KillItWithFire: Her preferred method of problem solving. It's slightly annoying - her pyrotechnics have a tendency to destroy loot chests and the loot inside. It should also be noted her patron deity is Kossuth, the elemental deity of fire.

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* KillItWithFire: Her preferred method of problem solving. It's slightly annoying - It can be annoying, because her pyrotechnics have a tendency to destroy loot chests and the loot inside.inside, though good micromanagement can prevent this. It should also be noted her patron deity is Kossuth, the elemental deity of fire.



* TheGenericGirl: To an extent, as her main purpose for appearing in the storyline is to help the KC acquire their InfinityPlusOneSword and perform the Illefarn rituals necessary to defeat the King of Shadows. In Act 3 her only meaningful contribution to the plot is that she can recite the True Names of the Shadow Reavers to destroy them -- and even that crucial responsibility can be off-loaded to Ammon Jerro, thus reducing her to an extra healer/divine caster, possibly ''the'' healer/divine caster should Elanee [[spoiler:leave the party after killing off the Circle]].

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* TheGenericGirl: To an extent, as her main purpose for appearing in the storyline is to help the KC acquire their InfinityPlusOneSword and perform the Illefarn rituals necessary to defeat the King of Shadows. In Act 3 Other than that, her only meaningful contribution to the plot is that she can recite the True Names of the Shadow Reavers to destroy them -- and even then, that crucial responsibility can be off-loaded to Ammon Jerro, thus reducing her to an extra healer/divine caster, possibly ''the'' healer/divine caster should Elanee [[spoiler:leave the party after killing off the Circle]].for your party.



* [[MrExposition Ms Exposition]]: She's also there to fill in the gaps in the story that no one else is in a position to fill.

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* [[MrExposition Ms Ms. Exposition]]: She's also there to fill in the gaps in the story that no one else is in a position to fill.



* SlaveRace: Her people, the githzerai, were once slaves of the illithid. The reason it's being mentioned is that she's clearly still got a sore spot about it, see PardonMyKlingon below.

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* SlaveRace: Her people, the githzerai, were once slaves of the illithid. The reason it's being mentioned is that she's clearly still got a sore spot about it, see PardonMyKlingon below.above. This is also the reason she doesn't have a patron deity -- githzerai don't take them because it reminds them too much of their slavery.
* TheSmartGuy: She has a very high Wisdom score and serves as



* SupportPartyMember: Clerics may have a reputation as excellent melee fighters, but that's not how Zhjaeve is built. She has 20 Wisdom but only ''10'' Strength. Needless to say, she's better off sticking with casting unless you can find a Strength boosting item for her.



* ImGoingToHellForThis: Assures the player that even though they don't get to kill him, they can rest assured he has bigger problems to worry about - like all the bad karma he's built up and the demons and devils out for his blood.
* InformedEquipment: Try to equip him various armor and his look will not change.

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* ImGoingToHellForThis: Assures He tells the player that even though although they don't get to kill him, they can rest assured he has bigger problems to worry about - -- like all the bad karma he's built up and the demons and devils out for his blood.
* InformedEquipment: Try to You can equip him various with armor and other than his look starting set, but his appearance will not change.
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%%* TheTeam: All player parties are this such as the cast of the original campaign.
%%** TheLeader: The Kalach-Cha/Knight Captain
%%** TheLancer: Shandra, Neeshka
%%** TheBigGuy: Khelgar, Casavir, the Construct, Quara
%%** TheSmartGuy: Sand, Zhjaeve
%%** TheChick: Elanee, Grobnar

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%%* * TheTeam: All player parties are this such as the The cast of the original campaign.
%%** ** TheLeader: The Kalach-Cha/Knight Captain
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Captain. They lead the group and hold everything together.
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TheLancer: Shandra, Neeshka
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Neeshka. They have the most fully-formed personalities amongst your companions.
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TheBigGuy: Khelgar, Qara, Casavir, the Construct, Quara
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Construct. The former two are the most battle-loving, combat-ready of your group; the latter two are a GeniusBruiser and a war golem respectively.
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TheSmartGuy: Sand, Zhjaeve
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Zhjaeve. Both possess considerable knowledge and insight, and are important to advance the main plot during Act 2. The former serves as your legal adviser when you are being accused of a village massacre; the latter helps you perform the Illefarn rituals and assemble the InfinityPlusOneSword.
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TheChick: Elanee, GrobnarGrobnar. They are the most emotionally stable ones, and both are best off playing support roles in battle.
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