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Skeletal Wizard (level 5)[edit | edit source]

Skeletal Wizard
vessel

Skeleton-Wizard.jpg

Basic Information round.svg
Family
Level
5
Endurance
76 Endurance
Accuracy
40 Accuracy
Damage
13-18 PierceSlash
Attributes
Might
15
Perception
13
Constitution
8
Intellect
13
Dexterity
10
Resolve
12
Defenses
Deflection
29 Deflection
Reflex
38 Reflex
Fortitude
38 Fortitude
Will
42 Will
DR
7
DR Burn
7
DR Crush
4
DR Corrode
7
DR Pierce
4
DR Freeze
9
DR Slash
9
DR Shock
7
Special
Ability
Immunity
Loot
Locations
   No results


A Skeletal Wizard is a vessel in Pillars of Eternity. They are slightly resistant to Slash and Freeze damage, but vulnerable to Crush and Pierce damage.

Description[edit | edit source]

Skeletons no longer require flesh or essence, but their drive to kill has been instilled over many stages of progressive decay. As a result, they will attack anything that approaches them, but they won't attempt to consume it after it is slain. The essence that animates them is energy at its most basic level, as the skeleton has lost all measure of will, intelligence, or personality. If not killed, a skeleton may eventually grind itself into bone dust, or its essence may finally evaporate into the ether.

Skeletal savants are the remains of warriors, wizards, and other adventurous types. They are similar in overall properties to other skeletons, but they are more capable in combat and often retain rudimentary skills from their adventuring lives.

Death guards are an aberrant form of these skeletons, as they are skilled, powerful, and intelligent. When fampyrs wish to avoid the gradual decay associated with their condition, they can engage in a risky, expensive, and extremely painful process that separates the tissues from bone and leaves a perfectly aware skeleton. In this case, essence does not decay in the flesh, and it instead resides in bone, a much hardier substance. Since the newly created death guard requires virtually nothing to survive and will not naturally decay further, it can "live" until it is killed.

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Skeletal Wizard (level 9)[edit | edit source]

Skeletal Wizard
vessel

Skeleton-Wizard.jpg

Basic Information round.svg
Family
Level
9
Endurance
165 Endurance
Accuracy
52 Accuracy
Damage
14-20 PierceSlash
Attributes
Might
18
Perception
13
Constitution
15
Intellect
18
Dexterity
15
Resolve
12
Defenses
Deflection
41 Deflection
Reflex
60 Reflex
Fortitude
70 Fortitude
Will
64 Will
DR
7
DR Burn
7
DR Crush
4
DR Corrode
7
DR Pierce
4
DR Freeze
9
DR Slash
9
DR Shock
7
Special
Ability
Immunity
Loot
Locations
   No results


A Skeletal Wizard is a vessel in Pillars of Eternity. They are slightly resistant to Slash and Freeze damage, but vulnerable to Crush and Pierce damage.

Description[edit | edit source]

Skeletons no longer require flesh or essence, but their drive to kill has been instilled over many stages of progressive decay. As a result, they will attack anything that approaches them, but they won't attempt to consume it after it is slain. The essence that animates them is energy at its most basic level, as the skeleton has lost all measure of will, intelligence, or personality. If not killed, a skeleton may eventually grind itself into bone dust, or its essence may finally evaporate into the ether.

Skeletal savants are the remains of warriors, wizards, and other adventurous types. They are similar in overall properties to other skeletons, but they are more capable in combat and often retain rudimentary skills from their adventuring lives.

Death guards are an aberrant form of these skeletons, as they are skilled, powerful, and intelligent. When fampyrs wish to avoid the gradual decay associated with their condition, they can engage in a risky, expensive, and extremely painful process that separates the tissues from bone and leaves a perfectly aware skeleton. In this case, essence does not decay in the flesh, and it instead resides in bone, a much hardier substance. Since the newly created death guard requires virtually nothing to survive and will not naturally decay further, it can "live" until it is killed.

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