|Faction||Order of Mitharu|
- I am new to the Faelands. Until I joined the mission, I'd never even left my home village. That's why I volunteered, I wanted to see the world. I want to visit the Gardens of Ysa, to meet gnomes and Alfar, to live. The Order of Mitharu was a good way to leave home, but I want so much more.
Little is known of Brother Egan's past before he joined the mission to the Faelands, save that before he joined he had never even left his home village. He admits that he only joined the mission as an excuse to go off on an adventure and see the world. Not too long after his arrival in the Faelands, he runs away from St. Odwig's Mission and is tricked by Finna and Arbos, two con artists claiming to be Fae. They also claimed that if he retrieved an ancient artifact known as the Selkie Veil, they would grant him magical powers which he could use to become a great sorcerer. After he is rescued by the Fateless One he returns to the mission in Gorhart attempting to rededicate his life to the service of Mitharu, all ambitions of power and adventure expunged from his spirit.
|“|| Yes? What could a moral vagabond need with Casmaran the Eternal, messenger of the Fae folk.
Speak! My time may be of the ages, but it is still precious.
— upon first meeting the Fateless One.
|“||I'm new to the Faelands. Until I joined the mission, I'd never even left my home village. That's why I volunteered, I wanted to see the world.||”|
— when asked about himself.
|“|| It sounds rather silly, doesn't it? I had a feeling it would.
I need a mage name for when I become all-powerful, for when my magic is so great that no one will dare dispute me.
What about... Abner the Visionary? Or... Malick the Nefarious? Lord Zaltenus? No? And those were the good ones.
— when asked about "Casmaran the Eternal".
|“||Mortal races have no lasting grasp on this world, and in time, the fair ones shall be our masters, beautiful and mighty.||”|
— when asked about Fae.
|“|| Legend tells of a Fae city hidden beneath the canopies of Dalentarth. I've never met anyone who's been there, but I'm sure it's real.
Yes, I'm quite sure. Not a doubt in my mind.
— when asked about The Gardens of Ysa.
|“|| They believe I have the potential to succeed where all others have failed, including them.
You see, they can't obtain what they desire, so they need someone more powerful to do it. Then they will bestow upon me the wisdom of the Fae.
|“||It is called the Selkie Veil, and it is said to possess the power to transform its wearer into any form he wishes. Finna says it belongs to the Fae but was stolen.||”|
— when asked about the Relic.
|“|| I don't know much about the relic, only that it was supposedly crafted by a Fae mage named Amman the Clever.
Amman is a good name. Not as good as Casmaran, though.
— when asked about the Selkie Veil.
|“||Father Dynwel and the others are fools, and their silly mission will wither and crumble. Finna and Arbos have glimpsed it with their ever-seeing eyes.||”|
— when asked about St. Odwig's Mission.
During the quest, Crisis of Faith
|“|| Wait.... Father Dynwel sent you, didn't he? Old fool. His path was too plodding, and now he wishes to slow me down, too. I have new friends, Fae friends.
They are named Finna and Arbos, and they have sworn to share their secrets with me and to gift me with true magic.
In exchange, they want an ancient treasure buried in the caverns of Waterhall Down. I'll retrieve it... eventually, as soon as I... um... feel like it.
— when you explain you were sent to rescue him.
|“|| They are Fae twins, and they are beautiful, magical creatures. They have promised to teach me magic, to help me see the world as it really is.
All they require of me is to fetch them this relic. It is quite a bargain. Believe me.
— when asked: Who are Finna and Arbos?
|“||Fine, if you want to be so noble, but don't expect any of the treasure. This is my key into a powerful new future; a future full of magic and wonders. Let's go.||”|
— when you reply: You'll die without me.
|“||If we're going to press on, I'll ask you to stay close. I have no courage to speak of. Honest. Ask Father Dynwel.||”|
— upon entering Waterhall Down.
|“|| I... I didn't know. How could I? Before I came to Gorhart I'd never known anyone outside my immediate family. Everything was so new, so... magical.
You must think me a fool. And Father Dynwel.... Come. Let's return to the Mission. I must ask forgiveness of so many.
— after speaking with Finna.
|“|| Must we return to the Mission? I crave adventure, magic, power!
Although... all of those things are quite frightening...
— after returning to the Mission.