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  • Dak
  • Dak
  • Dak
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  • The Thunderball Dak. * Probably a Thunderstone * Given by Hedkoranth to his mortal followers. * Known mortal wielders include: * Senthoro the Pitcher * Danbero * Katardar * Durastos of Hendrikiland * Silkinister the Hero Source: History of the Heortling Peoples
  • Dak was a Kig-yar who, during the 9th Age of Reclamation, served under Jiralhanae Ship Master Aeson on the ship Zealous Missionary as an independent contractor.
  • Dak is a nation in the caucasus, inbetween Rostov and Chechenya. It speaks English, but is creating it's own langueage, Dakonese.
  • Dak è una Milizia di Stewark che sorveglia il cancello della città.
  • Dak was an orphan who lived in the tunnels under Gotham City.
  • Kategoria:Bez koduKategoria:Bez informacji o kradzieży Dak – postać występująca jedynie w ArcaniA. Jest to strażnik głównej bramy prowadzącej do Stewark.
  • Dak, "Those who share my food", was the nezumi term for "family".
  • Dak, the arena master, is an NPC found on the Arena level of the Caverns of chaos. As his title implies, he organises fights in the Arena and their rewards. He imposes the rules of the arena on would-be participants — including disallowing invisible characters to enter the arena, and punishing 'cheaters' that teleport out of the arena during a fight and try to re-enter.
Alignment
  • Lawful
dcterms:subject
Płeć
  • mężczyzna
Unique
  • Yes
Zawód
  • Strażnik
Corpse
  • Dak does not seem to leave a corpse.
Dubbing
Miejsce urzędowania
  • Brama Stewark
Projektant
  • Henio z Tesco
Plik
  • Dak.jpg
Imię
  • Dak
MagicRes
  • None
Obraz
  • Dak .png
Broń
  • patelnia
IsHostile
  • No
Monster Memory
  • A squat but immensely broad human whose demeanor says that he is not often questioned, and never more than once by the same being. He is clearly a master of his trade, but what that trade entails is not immediately clear; probably making decisions and enforcing them upon the strongest and most recalcitrant of arena competitors. He seems highly aware, spotting minor details that many others would overlook, a useful skill in one who might be called upon to judge a contest of speedy weapons and magical deception.
Występowanie
Wyznanie
KPL
  • N/A
SeeInvis
  • Yes
SeeInDark
  • No
Posiadana Zbroja
Sprite
Miejsce zamieszkania
Gildia
  • Żołnierz
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Special
  • *Unique monster abilities **Immune to polymorphing, petrification, and djinni strangling **Unaffected by Calm Monster **Cannot be swapped with
Voiced by
Status
  • Nieznany
Affiliation
  • Himself/Covenant Loyalists
Hair
  • Black
Name
  • Dak
Base
Species
  • Human
  • Kig-yar
Real Name
  • Darius Arthur Kelman
Description
  • Dak, the arena master, is an NPC found on the Arena level of the Caverns of chaos. As his title implies, he organises fights in the Arena and their rewards. He imposes the rules of the arena on would-be participants — including disallowing invisible characters to enter the arena, and punishing 'cheaters' that teleport out of the arena during a fight and try to re-enter. Dak himself is a somewhat formidable opponent, at least at the stage of the game he is encountered. Though he can confuse, stun or paralyze PCs that attempt to re-enter the arena after teleporting out of it, he does not appear to have any special attacks in combat. Even though he is lawful, meaning that killing him is a chaotic act in the first place, talking to the ratling rebel after killing him is an act of Balance. Note that it is possible to unintentionally cause Dak to become hostile during an arena fight — e.g. if he is hit by a ball spell that reaches outside the front entrance of the arena. Doing so will end the fight after a certain amount of turns, and cause the arena master to attack without giving a reward for the completed fight .
Symbol
  • @
Stats
  • Level: 1, DV: 22, PV: 12, Hits: 97, Attacks: 2, Damage: 13-20, Speed: 100.
Gender
  • Male
Race
Death
  • 2552
Location
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  • The Thunderball Dak. * Probably a Thunderstone * Given by Hedkoranth to his mortal followers. * Known mortal wielders include: * Senthoro the Pitcher * Danbero * Katardar * Durastos of Hendrikiland * Silkinister the Hero Source: History of the Heortling Peoples
  • Dak was a Kig-yar who, during the 9th Age of Reclamation, served under Jiralhanae Ship Master Aeson on the ship Zealous Missionary as an independent contractor.
  • Dak is a nation in the caucasus, inbetween Rostov and Chechenya. It speaks English, but is creating it's own langueage, Dakonese.
  • Dak è una Milizia di Stewark che sorveglia il cancello della città.
  • Dak was an orphan who lived in the tunnels under Gotham City.
  • Kategoria:Bez koduKategoria:Bez informacji o kradzieży Dak – postać występująca jedynie w ArcaniA. Jest to strażnik głównej bramy prowadzącej do Stewark.
  • Dak, the arena master, is an NPC found on the Arena level of the Caverns of chaos. As his title implies, he organises fights in the Arena and their rewards. He imposes the rules of the arena on would-be participants — including disallowing invisible characters to enter the arena, and punishing 'cheaters' that teleport out of the arena during a fight and try to re-enter. Dak himself is a somewhat formidable opponent, at least at the stage of the game he is encountered. Though he can confuse, stun or paralyze PCs that attempt to re-enter the arena after teleporting out of it, he does not appear to have any special attacks in combat. Even though he is lawful, meaning that killing him is a chaotic act in the first place, talking to the ratling rebel after killing him (thus stopping the cruelty of the arena fights) is an act of Balance. Note that it is possible to unintentionally cause Dak to become hostile during an arena fight — e.g. if he is hit by a ball spell that reaches outside the front entrance of the arena. Doing so will end the fight after a certain amount of turns, and cause the arena master to attack without giving a reward for the completed fight (and, of course, forfeit the possibility of any future fights and rewards).
  • Dak, "Those who share my food", was the nezumi term for "family".
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