Sagani

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Sagani
Sagani-portrait.jpg
Biography and appearance
Race Boreal dwarf
Gender Female
Culture Naasitaq
Background Hunter
Statistics
Class Ranger
Attributes Mig: 15 Con: 12 Dex: 11 Per: 17 Int: 13 Res: 10
Gameplay
Location Woodend Plains
Quests The Long Hunt
Companion Permanent

Sagani is a female boreal dwarf ranger and one of the recruitable companions in Pillars of Eternity.

She can be found and recruited in the middle of the Woodend Plains, which is accessible after completing The Old Watcher. She has a fox named Itumaak as an animal companion.

Background[edit | edit source]

Sagani is a 57 years old, sturdy boreal dwarf. She was a hunter for her village. By chance, she was chosen to go and find the reincarnation of a village elder named Persoq. Her search, over a great distance, has taken years, but she has tracked Persoq to Dyrwood.

Sagani is five years absent from home. Her children are growing up without her. She questions whether she has done right by leaving them for so long for a quest of dubious importance.

Companion Quest[edit | edit source]

Sagani's companion quest is The Long Hunt, which is received as soon as she is recruited. It requires traveling to various parts of the world map, and cannot be finished until Act 3.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Sagani is a Naasitaq huntress. She is married to Kallu and they have had five children: Yakona, Estuya, Najuo, Aniik and Malaak, of which Estuya and Aniik died young.

Sagani left her home tribe on a mission to find Persoq, an elder of her tribe, in his next body, as is the custom of her people.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Sagani was written by Carrie Patel.[1]
  • Sagani's animal companion Itumaak is an arctic fox, a choice not available to player rangers.
  • Before the 1.03 patch, Sagani had the following attributes: Mig: 13 Con: 12 Dex: 14 Per: 18 Int: 11 Res: 10.
  • Before the 3.00 patch, Sagani had the following attributes: Mig: 15 Con: 12 Dex: 15 Per: 13 Int: 13 Res: 10.
  • A probable prototype: "A young Inuit girl with her husky puppy", 1949. Photograph by Richard Harrington.

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