Inquisitorial Deacon

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Inquisitorial Deacon
Unknown creature.jpg
Relative Level 55-60
Skill Cap ? to ?
Skinnable No
Has Coins Unknown
Has Gems Unknown
Has Boxes Yes
Evil No
Corporeal Unknown
Construct No
Backstabbable Unknown
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Unknown
Stealthy Unknown
Special Attacks Unknown
Special Defenses Unknown
Located:

Unknown

Manipulation
Manipulatable Unknown
Skill Required Unknown / Unknown
Teaching Cap Unknown


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Description

Scrutinizing his surroundings with a wary eye, an Inquisitorial deacon is ever vigilant in his task of discovering Necromancers and their supporters, and bringing them to justice. He proudly wears a tabard with an Inquisitorial emblem on the breast, as a warning to any vile heathens that may cross his path.

Recall

You recall everything noteworthy about an Inquisitorial deacon... which is apparently nothing.
They are not known to cast any recognized spells.
They are known to carry loot in locked boxes.

In Depth