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Sir Sagrell
OriginalSagrell
Basic Info
Race Winter Fae
Location Summer's End
Class Rogue
Faction House of Ballads (formerly)

Sir Sagrell is an NPC in Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.

DescriptionEdit

Please, it is just Sagrell. I am no knight. I only recently came of age. The Maid seized me just as I was leaving my hollow, as though she had been waiting. The Great Cycle has left me vacant, but I am no friend of the Maid of Windemere. Though the Winter ballads name her a hero, her favored role is the heartless tyrant.

DetailsEdit

The original Sir Sagrell is one of the seven greatest heroes of the Summer Fae. He snuck into the Grave Thresh's lair on Gorguath, defeated it, and saved the maiden it had kidnapped. The original Sagrell left the Ballads later on, and his position was filled by someone who completed his ballad.

The current Sir Sagrell at the time of the Fateless One's arrival at the House of Ballads was killed while performing his ballad. A group of candidates who've heard of his passing arrived to compete to finish the ballad first. Hallam the White allows the Fateless One to compete in the competition, and by the end of it, the only candidate who returned was him/her.

His ballad is known among the Fae as the The Song of Sir Sagrell.

LocationEdit

He can be found at the Chantry of Summer's End while doing the 'Cursed Kingdom' quest.

QuestsEdit

QuotesEdit

You're not at all what I expected. I am Sagrell, Chancellor of Windemere. She said you were beautiful. Although I have noticed that she has peculiar tastes. You're just in time. Our little army is building up quite nicely. I was beginning to fear that we'd actually have to execute the Lady's ludicrous as they are.

— upon your first meeting.

Of course you are. Forgive me, I often forget that my time with the House of Ballads has passed. Now, I am but a prisoner of the Maid. We all are. You see, this place - its calm - it is only an illusion. The Maid uses her strange crystals to pacify the beasts, just as she enchants our friends. We must destroy the crystals to earn our freedom, but they are invisible to all but the Maid. It is her song that calls them.

— when you tell him that you are Sagrell.

Every Summer ballad ends in the maid's defeat. Time and again she has played the villain. Now she intends to change that, permanently, and she has the power to do so. This army is not a new device. Not at all. It is all part of the great ballad 'Cursed Kingdom', in which fair Queen Belmaid reduces the Maid's army to scattered mob.

— when asked about the Maid's army.

It is the source of her power, and of her madness. Normally, she's not so terrible to be around. If you don't mind plotting and treachery, that is.

— when asked about the prismere crystals.

The beasts in this village may act civilized, but they are anything but. Cross them, and they will kill you. Just like their wild cousins would.

— when asked about the Wild Fae that are roaming around Summer's End.

You must be as perplexed as I am about our situation. How does one mimic the Maid's song without her? It's a riddle, it is.
Quite a display, my friend. It makes me proud to share a name. You made quick work of the Maid's army. The Lady herself, however, will prove more formidable.

— after you destroy all the prismere crystals.

Take this. It's the key to the village bell house. The bell rings with the same tone as the flute, only louder, so loud it can be heard across three high mountains. The toll will break the enchantment of the Maid's castle. Then you will have your chance. Make the most of it, my friend. It may be your last. And now I am free. I do hope we meet again. I would like you to have this. It's a talisman. I have no need of it where I am going.
May your gods protect you.

NotesEdit

Though unlike the enchantments placed upon the other members of the Ballads, he appears to retain much of his own thoughts and ideals, but cannot refuse the Maid's orders.

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