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Wow this page needs spoilers i cant solve the test >,< and its draining my monney all the keys in the deser are not well explained how to get them.

Kwigon the sharpshooter

Please do not add spoilers to this page.

If you are interested in adding spoilers for these keys, they would actually belong on The Desert Dungeon Quest page. All of these keys, and also the "quiz" that adrenius gives you are actually the complete method of discovering the vocation quest. Most people just skip the long parts and go straight to the reward... missing most of the fun.

-- Fac ut gaudeam.
--  Whitelaces †  Talk †  -- 13:38, 29 January 2007 (PST)

Race

I'm not sure if Necromancers are humans. Can anyone comment? -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 09:08, February 28, 2015 (UTC)


Necromancer is a profession, not a race. Some humans are necromancers, but all bonelords, for example, are too. Necromancers which look like humans are humans. This is of course only true on a general note, as not all NPCs are of the race they appear to be of (Boveas, Rata'Mari, etc.). -- Wouterboy (talk) 13:03, February 28, 2015 (UTC)


Ok, maybe I was confusing necromancy as a wizard/sorcerer like profession with being undead. Because being undead is definitely different than being human, won't you agree? -- Bennie (talk ~ fellows) 14:51, February 28, 2015 (UTC)


Necromancers only work with the undead; they are not necessarily undead themselves.

Also, if we were to call 'undead' a race, it would be a really illogical one. We would, for example, have The Queen Of The Banshees in the same list as Pythius the Rotten, even though one started out as a human and the other as a dragon. In my opinion, NPCs don't just change race by dying and then taking on an undead form.

Also, on the topic of The Queen of the Banshees: calling her a female banshee is a pleonasm. Banshees are inherently female. Humans, however, are not, so that would work fine. -- Wouterboy (talk) 15:54, February 28, 2015 (UTC)

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