Brine shark

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<type> brine shark
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Relative Level 55-60
Skill Cap ? to ?
Skinnable No
Has Coins Unknown
Has Gems Yes
Has Boxes Unknown
Evil Cursed
Corporeal Yes
Construct Yes
Backstabbable Unknown
Casts Spells Unknown
Attack Range Unknown
Stealthy Yes
Special Attacks Unknown
Special Defenses Unknown
  • Invasion only

Brine sharks are magical constructs of water shaped into something that resembles, and seems to act quite a bit like, a shark. Though many sightings of watery shark-like creatures had been reported during the early storms, visions, and holy signs pointing to Drogor's anger in late 413 and early 414, it is not certain that these creatures were exactly the same as the brine sharks, as brine sharks appear to 'swim' through the air, ground, or other solid objects, while the early reports appear to indicate that those creatures came out from bodies of water instead.


Looking exactly like a shark comprised of dark, brackish water, this strange construct seems to float effortlessly through the air, darting to and fro with thrusts of its angular tail. Vicious ivory teeth line its maw, and soulless cobalt eyes constantly scan the area for prey.


  • Goblin brine shark
  • Sharpnose brine shark
  • Blacktip brine shark
  • Tiger brine shark
  • Bull brine shark
  • Blue brine shark
  • Great White brine shark

Disappearance Upon Death

Brine sharks lose their shape immediately upon the loss of their animating force, and therefore leave no corpse behind. They do, however, occasionally leave a Drogor's Wrath sapphire behind when they dissipate.


These creatures are known to make their initial attack from hiding.


You recall that brine sharks are said to have been created in wrath by the god Drogor, furious that puny mortal land-dwellers sought to escape his anger by moving inland, out of reach of the might of the sea and the efficient predators of his domain. Brine sharks seem to be comprised of normal sea water, enchanted in some way to have a hungry intelligence and an unceasing drive to seek out fleshly prey, bringing them the wrath of Drogor and a vicious, bloody death.