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NPCs (Non-Player Characters) encompass the various (generally) non-hostile characters one can encounter within the world of Grim Dawn. Their function is to provide various services to the player or give quests, impart background information and lore, or merely serve to populate the world.

Other CharactersEdit

Act 1 NPCsEdit

Angrim
Alex
Barnabas
Captain John Bourbon
Carlile
Constance
Darian
Darlet
Direni
Duncan
Edwin
Ellis - Quartermaster
Gertrude
Hangman Jarvis
Harmond
Harvey the Drifter
Isaac
Jane
Jasper
Kasparov
Kerrick
Kuldo
Luther Graves
Marcus
Mullone
Rook
Roving Dealer
Sybil Hart
Torven
Ulgrim


Act 2 NPCsEdit

Alicia
Amkala
Balvoruuk
Bernard
Drew Larkin
Elder Mathias
Elizabeth Skinner
Elsa
Eva
Frankie "The Knife"
Greven
Helen Fletcher
Hiram
Horace
Isaiah Reddan
Jebediah
Josephine Reddan
Judith
Julius Cole
Kalderos
Milah Skinner
Minova
Mornay
Oscar
Marris Kas
Oscar Jr.
Quade
Roving Dealer
Silas
Stephen Skinner
Keeper Unkala


Act 3 NPCsEdit

Alex Elmsworth
Beatrice Summers
Bolvia
Brother Adrius - Master of Arms
Brother Elluvius
Brother Jarron - Kymon's Supplier
Brother Lector
Brother Molltair
Brother Ulnox
Caaraka
Captain Somer
Chef Brackham
Collin Taverin
Daila Thornsbury
Dalla
Dean Oldbarrow
Deathmark Kadris
Deathmark Harra
Deathmark Vallar
Denny Oldbarrow
Douglass Sullivan Oldbarrow
Elara
Emily Larkson
Father Kymon
Galarok
Harry - Smuggler
Haruuv
Henry Elmsworth
Inquisitor Creed
Kaldara
Kalista
Keeper Malvor - Keeper of Artifacts
Keeper Poruuk - Keeper of Artifacts
The Keeper of Tomes
Laruka
Lisa Thornsbury
Lisandra Avery
Maria Oldbarrow
Master Varukk
Myla Finegan
Nathaniel Thorn
Neddie
Oliver Thornsbury
Phil
Rallia
Ralukk
Rob Halloway
Renall Oberach
Scoutmaster Lysell
Sergeant Serriv
Sister Thaddia
Soulkeeper Kaandris
Taris Windborough
Tarvic
Thorne - Quartermaster
Tricia Windborough
Umkalo
Vaam
Vig
Weapons Master Borrov
Whitfield - Specialty Goods



Fighting NPCsEdit

  • Brigs - Watchman
  • Mainard - Watchman
  • Oxley - Watchman
  • Rover
  • Rover Scout
  • Rover Enforcer

Service NPCsEdit

MerchantsEdit

Merchants form the backbone of human settlements. They are the NPCs to whom you can sell unwanted items, but you can also buy from a wide selection of equipment. Merchant wares change periodically, so you never know what they will have to offer. You may even find an item that is perfect for your build when monsters or crafting have proved less generous.
Some merchants can be found in hard to reach places and offer specialty items not found at any other vendor.

SmugglerEdit

Smugglers serve as a means to store your items in town. Whenever you find something you wish to save for later, or perhaps to transfer to another of your characters, the Smuggler is the NPC to visit. Smugglers provide each of your characters with a personal stash, but they also have a shared stash which can be accessed by any of your characters. All Smugglers in the world of Cairn are interconnected, so an item deposited with one Smuggler can be accessed with others.
The Shared Stash can be upgraded with additional tabs of storage, at the cost of Iron Bits. These upgrades are unlocked across all of your characters.
Note that characters rolled in hardcore mode cannot access the shared stash of characters rolled in normal mode, and vice-versa.

Spirit GuideEdit

Spirit Guides serve as the spiritual leaders of a group. Their guidance can serve you as well as you discover more of your remarkable powers. Should you find yourself regretting a skill selection, you can visit a Spirit Guide to unlearn your invested skill points. Their services do come with a fee though, and the act of unlearning skill points becomes progressively more expensive as you repeat the process.
Note that you cannot unlearn a skill point invested in an active skill without first unlearning all points from passive skills which affect it. You also cannot remove points from the Mastery bar.

InventorEdit

Inventors are the tinkerers and researchers. Their curiosity knows no bounds, even if sometimes that curiosity results in damaged property. They will gladly take your items with attached components and salvage either the item or the component, for a small fee of course.
In addition, once you have assisted Kasparov of Devil’s Crossing with a small explosive task, Inventors are capable of dismantling equipment in order to turn it into valuable scrap and components. The more powerful the item, the more powerful the components it can generate. This process requires dynamite.

BlacksmithEdit

The Blacksmith is the heart of the crafting system. All equipment you have a Blacksmith create is imbued with their particular talent, whether that is an affinity for making martial weapons and armor or for the rare art of arcane crafting. This bonus makes crafting an appealing way to acquire gear, as the items will come with some additional perks. To learn more about crafting, visit the Crafting page.
There are two Blacksmiths you can recruit to join you in Devil’s Crossing:
Angrim
Angrim is a master blacksmith and an expert in creating martial weapons and armor. He revels in the creation of the sharpest swords and the toughest plate. Adventurers who prefer to go into battle armed to the teeth will find Angrim to be an invaluable resource.
Duncan
Duncan is Angrim’s apprentice, but do not let the title fool you. He is a prodigy in the field and an expert in the rare technique known as arcane forging. Duncan’s creations are imbued with magical elements that are a wonder to behold in battle.

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