Dror Ragzlin

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Dror Ragzlin is one of the three bosses at the Goblin Camp working for the Cult of the Absolute, threatening the Emerald Grove and the Tiefling Refugees.


With fragulous crown, and with sceptre abrade, Dror Ragzlin short work of the innkeeper made!

Overview[edit | edit source]

Blessed by the Absolute and granted the status of True Soul, Dror commands the goblin forces in the Wilderness near the Emerald Grove. Instructed by the Absolute to scour the wrecked remains of the Nautiloid and find a Mysterious Artefact. He can be encountered by the party attempting to speak with the corpse of a Mind Flayer, depending on party choices, Ragzlin may be an ally or an enemy throughout Act One. Ragzlin, along with Minthara Minthara and Gut Gut , may also be the first True Souls the party can run into. Should the party decide to save the druid grove and the tieflings, it will be necessary to kill him.

Involvement[edit | edit source]

Act One[edit | edit source]

Ragzlin will be seen first during the cutscene intro to Act One alongside Minthara, observing the Nautiloid's crash.

Shattered Sanctum[edit | edit source]

The first encounter with him is during Act One in the innermost chamber of the Shattered Sanctum, in the Goblin Camp, where he is attempting to cast Speak with Dead Speak with Dead on a dead Mind Flayer. There, ther party may assist or hinder his attempts at communing with it. After brief dialogue, he may delegate the party to Minthara while he deliberates his next move.

Act Two[edit | edit source]

Mind Flayer Colony[edit | edit source]

If the party allows Balthazar Balthazar to take the Aylin Nightsong , they will be tasked with abducting Isobel Isobel . Letting her get killed or knocked out will grant the party an audience with Ketheric Thorm Ketheric Thorm who will allow them to pray at the altar of the Absolute. Doing so will result in them being imprisoned in a pod within the Mind Flayer Colony where Balthazar will try to recycle the party into zombies.

In the combat that ensues the party will have to fight against Zombie Dror Ragzlin (if he did not survive Act One) and Zombie Minthara (if she died in Act One or if she wasn't rescued from Moonrise Towers Prison).

Combat[edit | edit source]

Attacks and Abilities[edit | edit source]


Bolster nearby allies with a supernatural resolve. Their attacks deal an additional 1d4Damage TypesForce.
 Range: Self
AoE: 6 m / 20 ft (Radius)
Absolute Power.webp
Normal weapon damage
Strength Damage TypesWeapon damage

A surge of Divine energy accompanies your swing. It deals an additional 1d6Damage TypesForce damage and possibly pushes your target back 5 m / 17 ft.
STR Save
 Range: Normal weapon range
Generic Control.webp
Repulsor Repulsor ()
D6 Force.png 1d6 (1~6) Damage TypesForce damage

Unleash the Absolute's power to harm and push anything and anyone back 6 m / 20 ft.
STR Save
 Range: 6 m / 30 ft
AoE: 6 m / 20 ft (Radius)
Action Surge.webp

Immediately gain an extra action to use this turn.
 Range: Self

Honour Mode[edit | edit source]

Legendary Action Galvanise.webp

Bestow all allies within 5 m / 17 ft with an Action Surge Action Surge they can spend.
 Range: Self
AoE: 5 m / 17 ft (Radius)

Allies[edit | edit source]

Tactics[edit | edit source]

In combat, Dror Ragzlin is an aggressive Barbarian that will often attempt to close the distance to engage in melee combat. On Honour mode, he will have access to Galvanise Galvanise, further empowering his allies while they are near him.

Ragzlin's throne room provides ample opportunities for the party to gain an advantage. One section of the room contains a wooden walkway with a "wooden support" that only has 1 hit point. Luring enemies onto the walkway and then destroying the support can be an easy way to trivialize the fight.

The rafters near the ceiling provide high ground for spell-casters and archers to gain increased accuracy, as well as access to burning braziers with hinges that can be broken to drop them down on enemies. Disabling or vision-reducing spells such as Darkness Darkness, Grease Grease, or Hunger of Hadar Hunger of Hadar can allow the party to engage the enemy group safely from the rafters while the Difficult Terrain Difficult Terrain slows them down.

Loot[edit | edit source]

Related Quests[edit | edit source]

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