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Boggart at shirne

Boggart entranced by a shrine of Ethene

  • It seems that Boggarts are either religious, or drawn to shrines around Amalur. They can sometimes be seen standing close to a shrine and swaying back and forth with their arms held up and muttering what sounds like chanting.
  • While Boggarts are merely a nuisance they can become quite troublesome when fighting alongside a Thresh being able to interrupt combos or stun the Fateless One enough for the Thresh to attack or recover and fallback.
  • The term 'boggart' comes from English folklore, referring to variety of malevolent spirits.

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