|Rank||Keeper of Monuments|
Gwyn Anwy is a member of the Warsworn like her mother and father before her. She was given the lone mission to guard the Warsworn Vault in Tala-Rane by the Helmgard Keep Castellan Grian Shane. She is the closest thing to being a scholar in the Warsworn, getting the penchant for learning as much about their history as possible from her mother. She is regarded as a quiet loner, and she holds a certain disdain for the current way the Warsworn are, understood by Tine Delfric and some of the other Castellans.
When the Fateless One is charged with figuring out how the Heart of Sibun was at Brigand Hall Caverns instead of the Warsworn Vault, he/she is escorted by Gwyn to the vault on the order of Grian Shane.
Upon entering, they discover Fahrlangi cult members raiding the vault for any other artifacts they can use. After defeating the Fahrlangi, she and the Fateless One discover they had a vault key. Gwyn returns ahead of him/her to inform Grian Shane of what has happened, only to be accused of assisting them the cult in getting into the vault and locked up.
She pleads to the Fateless One to go find a key maker Tefroy Tarion in Tirin's Rest. After he/she has confront Tefroy Tarion, Gwyn is released and Livia Fenan is unmasked as the one who commissioned the extra vault key.
After being released, Gwyn heads to Rathir to look up leads while the Fateless One goes to meet the person who convinced Livia to creating the duplicate key. After meeting up with hm/her in Rathir, she sends the Fateless One to the customs house to follow up on Elbin's source.
After the Fateless One discovers Fahrlangi cultist in a secret cavern under the customs house, he/she learns of the person leading the cult, Anru Besin, and his next destination, the Isle of Eamonn, the former headquarters of the Firstsworn, where much of the Firstsworn knowledge and artifacts were stored during the height of the Firstsworn war on the Niskaru.
They discover after fighting through the many Fahrlangi cultist and their Niskaru minions that Anru Besin is actually attempting to free the Niskaru Lord Khazamandu, following the footsteps of the ancient mage Fahrlyng who also attempted to release the Niskaru Lord during the days of the Firstsworn.
After leaving the island, they go to Tine Delfric and inform him of the situation. Fearing the revival of the Niskaru Lord, Tine orders the Fateless One first to Eagonn's Tomb and then to Ironfast Keep, near where the Hall of the Firstsworn is located.
Gwyn then informs him/her that the only way to fix the hammer is to go to the Hall of the Firstsworn, where it was originally forged. After traversing the hall, they discover the corpse of her mother lying by the door, which she reveals some personal information.
After the Fateless One passes through the door to the forge by entering Reckoning Mode, they reforge the hammer and then meet at Cloudcrest Mountain. They are joined by Grian Shane and another Warsworn member. Fighting wave after wave of Fahrlangi cultists and their Niskaru minions until finally they come to an opening leading to the top of the mountain. Gwyn and the others decide to hold off at this point to and allow the Fateless One to defeat Anru Besin.
Should the Fateless One refuse Khazamandu's offer, Gwyn approaches him/her and requests their presence at the Hall of the Firstsworn.
She is present at the ceremony where the Fateless One is given the rank of Truesworn, and congratulates him/her.
She plays a major role in the Warsworn quest line, and is a Temporary Companion in many of the quests.
The quests she is involved in are:
- Her father was cursed by magical daggers and disfigured and no healer could heal him, he died at some point before the start of KoA:R. Her mother spent the rest of her time researching a way to cure him but died at the Hall of the Firstsworn by some unknown means.
- Both Gwyn and her mother believed that the lost knowledge of the Firstsworn could have turned her father back to normal.
- She has a certain disdain towards the current Warsworn policies, because much of the knowledge that they once possessed was either discarded, abandoned or forgotten. She also dislikes Grian Shane as he embodies the "modern warsworn" the most.