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Guth'Alak @
Локация [[Terinyo]]
Вид Humanoid
Мировоззрение Neutral
Враждебный? No
Уникальный? Yes
Видит невидимое? No
Видит в темноте? No

Guth'Alak is a druid who lives in the central area of Terinyo. He is source of two quests, Kill Keethrax, and the Unicorn Quest. Also Kherab's first quest is to Kill Guth'Alak. Guth'Alak will exchange corpses of powerful Chaos beings for Potions of Cure Corruption. Such Chaos beings include Keethrax, the five orb guardians, Keriax, the emperor moloch, and black unicorns (including great black unicorn).

Since black unicorns are available as a wilderness encounter he technically is an unlimited source of corruption removal - as long as you avoid being hit by the black unicorns in some manner, you will not be corrupted while gathering corpses, even long after the 90 day limit has passed.

Note that only Neutral or Lawful players are able to receive rewards for corpses. Guth'alak will take the chaos corpses from Chaotic players but will not give a reward.

Guth'Alak is capable of defending himself and the residents of Terinyo with glowing balls, can cast confusion, and can walk on water. Typical stats for Guth'Alak are DV 20, PV 12, Hits 75, Attacks 2, Damage 4-24, Speed 100.

Like his black comrade he is immune to non acid elemental attacks. He can be bolted without penalties unless he is panicking.

Note that wishing for 'Druid' results in the 'Nothing happens' message, and wishing for 'Guth'Alak' results in the 'Foolish wish' message.

Характеристики[править | править исходный текст]

Level: 1, DV: 20, PV: 12, Hits: 73, Attacks: 2, Damage: 4-24, Speed: 100.

Эффект от съедения[править | править исходный текст]

Guth'Alak doesn't leave a corpse.

Игровое описание (Monster memory)[править | править исходный текст]

Clearly a being at peace with nature, small animals dart about and sit on the druid's shoulder as the grass seems to bend just before footfall. A soft breeze blows and the sunlight seems a little more pure. Dressed in humble robes of simple cloth, the serenity is disturbed only by a look in the eye that speaks of deep or secret knowledge.