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Devil of Caroc
|Devil of Caroc|
|Biography and appearance|
|Culture||Free Palatinate of Dyrwood|
|Attributes||Mig: 14 Con: 11 Dex: 10 Per: 16 Int: 12 Res: 15|
|Quests||The One that Got Away|
Description[edit | edit source]
The Devil of Caroc is a bronze golem inhabited by the soul of a convicted murderer. She's ruthless and relentless, yet something about the player piques her interest when they first meet.
The Devil was once a trapper in Cold Morn, a village that became notorious for its role in the Saint's War. When she and her neighbors let the Readceran troops pass through town unopposed, they became a symbol of treachery and cowardice throughout Dyrwood. The Purges that swept the country began in Cold Morn and the Devil's family perished when an angry mob burned the village to the ground. The Devil escaped, suffering severe burns that left her scarred. Afterwards, she began hunting down those who participated in the purge of her village, committing murders that often resulted in collateral casualties. Her hunt eventually led her to Stalwart Village, where she was eventually apprehended and locked away to await execution. However, a Vailian Animancer named Galvino bribed the current mayor so that he could use the Devil in his experiments. This saved the Devil from a stoning death, but condemned her to an existence trapped inside an unfeeling bronze body.
When the people of Stalwart learned of the mayor's deal with Galvino, both were run out of town, with Galvino's lab and equipment being destroyed. The Devil of Caroc ended up staying with Galvino out of necessity; he was the only person capable of the maintenance her body required to keep her functioning.
She's still a rustic at heart, but her crude manners belie cunning and a cynical sense of humor.
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