EVERQUEST: OVERSEER

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This page is all about the Overseer feature (game) in Everquest (EQ).

Overseer is a game-within-a-game, much like the Legends of Norrath (LoN) card game used to be.

Overseer is more integrated into EQ than LoN was, even though there is no stand-alone version / application like there was for LoN (you have to log into EQ to play it).

It is a generally passive side-activity that you can play in down time... or do while you play EQ normally (meaning it is not something you actually have to give full attention to).

It is directly integrated into EQ in that the optional / varied Quest Rewards can include actual in-game rewards, in addition to Overseer-only rewards.

If you note any errors, misspellings, item name errors, misinformation or anything that needs addressing on this page -- PLEASE let me know via an in-game EQ Message (Bonzz on the Bertoxxulous server), or post on Bonzz's Discord Server!

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>>>All known agents are listed at the bottom of this page.<<<

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TOPICS

ACTIVE QUESTS TAB          AGENTS LIST          AGENT STATUSES          AGENTS TAB

ICONIC          JOBS          MARKETPLACE          OVERSEER TETRADRACHMS

OVERSEER VENDOR          OVERSEER WINDOW          QUESTS          QUESTS TAB          QUEST REWARDS

RARITY          RETIRING AGENTS          STATS          STATS TAB          TRAITS

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OVERSEER WINDOW

To play Overseer, you must first log into Everquest with a character that is Level 85 and on a server that has the Seeds of Destruction expansion unlocked. Because of this Level 85 requirement, you cannot play Overseer when you are Shrouded (Shrouds only go to Level 70).

You can play on Free-to-Play accounts, under the same qualifications, noted above.

You can not play Overseer, separately, on every character that you have on the same account and on the same server. Overseer is an account-server wide game. Due this, if you change servers with a character, all of the Agents and Overseer progression they had access to on the previous server, will be lost.

To be more specific, lets say you have (8) characters that are Level 85+ on the Bertoxxulous server. All (8) of them can open and play Overseer, but they will be sharing the same Overseer game. They are not playing separate / different Overseer games.

This applies to each qualifying server that you may have qualifying characters on.

To play, you can open up the Overseer Window with the command /overseer, or use the link from the EQ Button (EQ --> Quests --> Overseer).

Either way, you will open up the Overseer Window that has four tabs. It will automatically open to the first tab.

The tabs are called QUESTS, AGENTS, ACTIVE QUESTS & STATS.

The Overseer Window may appear on your screen is a size that does not clearly reveal all of the sectioned windows on each tab, and in particular the Quests Tab. You can drag and resize the entire window, as well as most of the individual window sections, in order to get it to a size that suits you best.

One tricky section is on the Quests Tab is the Agent section (right side middle window). That section may just have one Agent selection box, or two, or three... or more! The more Agent selection boxes a Quest has, the deeper that section will get. Luckily, there is a scroll bar on the right side. Use the scroll bar rather than trying to resize the Overseer Window and / or that section to see them all at the same time, as the Overseer window is quite large.

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QUEST REWARDS

Overseer Quests, if they succeed, offer one or more Quest Reward options that you can choose from.

When you finish a Quest successfully, you will see a "Collect Reward" button. Click that and you will get a "Select a Reward" (Quest Reward) window, to select one of the reward options with.  

Rewards options can include one, or more, of the following:

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AGENTS TAB

The Agents Tab is where you can see all of the Agents that you currently have. 

Agents are the characters that you assign to do quests for you.

Additional Agents can be acquired in (3) different ways:

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RETIRING AGENTS

In the top right side corner of the Agents Tab in your Overseer Window, there is a "Retire" button.

This button will "retire" whatever Agent you currently have selected. Whenever you do this, you will get a claimable item.

With an Uncommon Agent you will get an item called "Uncommon Agent Echo." This item can be claimed to select experience for any (1) of the (11) Stats categories, to include Recovery; or, you can take (2) Common Agents (randomly selected, you do not get to choose them).

With a Rare Agent you will get an item called "Rare Agent Echo." This item can be claimed to select from experience for any (1) of the (11) Stats categories, to include Recovery; or, you can take (2) Uncommon Agents (randomly selected, you do not get to choose them).

With an Elite Agent you will get an item called "Elite Agent Echo." This item can be claimed to select experience for any (1) of the (11) Stats categories, to include Recovery; or, you can take (2) Rare Agents (randomly selected, you do not get to choose them).

You cannot retire a Common Agent, but you can trade them up (3 for 1), with a Quest called "Common Conversion." What happens is that you trade in (3) Common Agents (they will be removed from your Agent listings) to get (1) random Uncommon Agent (that will be added to your Agents listings).

HOWEVER... keep in mind to trading up Agents it is a 3 for 1 trade out. Thus, at the very minimum, it means at least 27 Common Agents are technically needed to acquire 1 Elite Agent. So, retiring Agents may not the best option, unless you have 3+ of the same type of non-Iconic Agents, or 2+ of the same Iconic Agents. Trading up does reduce your overall Agent pool by (2) Agents every time you do it, and having a variety of available Agents with assorted Job skills and Traits is essential for undertaking the Quests. In short, you don't want to deplete your Agents pool!

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ICONIC

You may notice that some Agents include the word "Iconic" in their category classification.

Example, "Uncommon Iconic," rather than just "Uncommon."

Iconic Agents can only be use one at a time. Thus, even if you have (5) of the same Iconic Agents, when you use (1) of them on a Quest, the other (4) become unusable (they can not also be sent out on a Quest). In fact, if one becomes "Incapacitated" -- they all are! Think of Iconic Agents like "Lore Equipped" for items in the game. You can possess more than one of them, but you can only use (equip) one of them!

UPDATE: Conversion quests no longer disallow multiple iconic agents of the same type. So, if you have (2) or (3) of the same iconic agent you want to convert, you can do so now.

Also, per Absor (an EQ Dev on EQ Forums), "You can only send one of an agent on any mission. The others are, basically, just a count of the extras you have for purposes of upgrading them." Prathun (an EQ Dev on EQ Forums) confirmed this.

As a note, Uncommon Agents are never Iconic, thus retaining at least (2) or more of them, at all times, might be a good idea. 

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AGENT STATUSES

There are (3) Statuses your Agents can have, as follows:

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RARITY

There are (4) types of Agent "Rarity."

Rarity might be best thought of as Agent Levels... 1, 2, 3 & 4. The higher the level, the better and more varied their Job skills can be. They can also have a wider range of Traits.

This makes them more versatile and useful in not only making certain Quests possible to undertake, but in having the beneficial Traits that can better insure the success of those Quests.

There are Quests to trade (3) Agents of one type, for (1) Agent of the next higher type... meaning you can trade (3) Common Agents for (1) Uncommon Agent; or (3) Uncommon Agents for (1) Rare Agent; or (3) Rare Agents for (1) Elite Agent.

Be wary if you do this! Keep in mind that Agent Job skills and / or Traits are needed to undertake Quests and / or boost the chances that those Quests will succeed. If you trade too many away, you can loose Agents with needed Job skills and / or Traits. It is a good idea to build up a pool of Agents, especially Common (non-Iconic) Agents, before trading them up. With Iconic Agents, if you only have one of them, never trade them out. Try to make sure you have at least one of each!

You can also acquire higher level Agents via the Marketplace or, potentially, as Quest Rewards.

The Rarity of an agent is can also be determined by the color in which the agent is highlighted, such as on the Agents Tab: Common = Gray; Uncommon = Green; Rare = Light Blue; Elite = Yellow.

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QUESTS TAB

The Quests Tab of your Overseer Window is where you select quests and assign Agents to undertake Quests.

LIMITATIONS: You can only have (5) quests active at the same time (on the Active Quests Tab). You can only complete (10) quests per rotation (aka quest cycle, or every 12 hours).

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TRAITS

Traits is a multi-faceted category, that covers race, class, physical attributes and personality.

Every Agent will (should) have a class and a race, at a minimum.

They may, or may not, also have physical and / or personality Traits.

If they have physical and / or personality Traits, it is possible they may have two, or more,  physical and / or two, or more, personality Traits. 

These Traits are beneficial / needed ("Bonuses") attributes for Quests, that serve to increase the chances a Quest will be successful.

However, they can also be detrimental Traits ("Negatives"), that can reduce the chances of success for Quests.

Sometimes, an Agent may even have both "Bonus" and "Negative" Traits, at the same time.

The Trait categories are:

Agile     Ancient     Attractive     Avatar     Aviak     Bard     Benevolent     Berserker     Bold     Brownie     Cautious     Citizen
 

Cleric     Clockwork     Dark Elf     Dhamphyre     Diminutive     Drake     Druid     Dwarf     Elddar     Elemental     Enchanter
 

Exotic     Extravagant     Fairy     Fierce     Frivolous     Fungus Man     Gargoyle     Ghost     Ghoul     Gnoll     Gnome     Goblin
 

Golem     Half-Elf     Hardy     Heroic     High Elf     Human     Kedge     Magician     Malicious     Mermaid     Mighty     Minotaur
 

Monk     Monster     Monstrous     Mummy     Necromancer     Ogre     Orc     Paladin     Peaceful     Pixie     Ranger     Regal     Rogue
 

Rugged     Scarecrow     Shadowed Man     Shadowknight     Shaman     Shrewd     Skeleton     Treant     Unicorn     Vampire     Warrior
 

Werewolf     Wizard     Wood Elf     Worg     Zombie

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JOBS

Jobs are a determining factor on if you can undertake any given Quest, or not.

If a quest requires an Agent with a certain (required) Job skill at a certain (required) skill level, then you can not do that Quest unless you have an Agent available that meets the qualification(s).

Example, you may see a Quest where the first Agent requires "Scholar (3)." If you do not have an available Agent with a Scholar skill level of (3) (or higher), you will not be able to undertake that Quest.

Agents that show a Question Mark ("?") (#2 in below image) mean the listed requirements are optional, and they can be used even if they don't have any of the listed Job Skill requirements. However, meeting those requirements does increase chances of success, as do the listed Traits).

Additionally, if you do not have any Agent that meets qualifications at all, you will probably not see certain Quests, to start with (you may only see Quests for which you have at least (1) Agent that qualifies for one of the required slots).

The Job categories are:

Artisan           Diplomat          Explorer          Harvester     Marauder          Merchant          Scholar          Soldier          Spy

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ACTIVE QUESTS TAB

The Active Quests Tab of your Overseer Window is where you can see the Quests that you currently have active (in progress).

You can only have five (5) active Quests at any given time. This includes Quests that have technically finished, but you have not yet clicked the button to finish them (rather they they fail or succeed. Until you do that, the Quest will remain on your "active" list continue to be counted and an "Active" Quest.

Quests can take a varying amount of time, from about 10 seconds to 24+ hours. You can expedite this process using Marketplace funds -- with no guarantee of success if you do so (they can still fail), or you can simply wait on the timers and let them finish on their own.

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STATS TAB

The Stats Tab of your Overseer Window is where you can see your Stats, related to  "Progress" Levels and Agents.

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STATS

Your Stats can be viewed in the Stats Tab of your Overseer Window.

They show you an Agent overview (count), Quest results / history (counts), and your "Progress" in the (11) categories of Overseer experience.

See above.

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OVERSEER TETRADRACHMS

Overseer Tetradrachms are yet another form of Everquest alternative currency.

They are an optional Quest Reward from Overseer Quests. To get the maximum amount of Overseer Tetradrachms, you must choose them as your reward option. Otherwise, you will either get a reduce amount of Overseer Tetradrachms, or none at all.

Overseer Tetradrachms can be spent / used with the specialty Overseer Vendor, to purchase various items.

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OVERSEER VENDOR

The alternative currency, Overseer Tetradrachms, one of the potential Quest Rewards from Overseer Quests, can be used (spent) via the specialty Overseer Vendor ("a mysterious presence"), who is found in the Plane of Knowledge, on the behind the library.

Items sold by this vendor include unique armor ornaments (Ak'Anon Clockwork ornaments); "August" augmentations (lower level augmentations); Ultron's Ultimate Unattuner; Token of Resurrection; Crystallized Luck; one-use illusion potions; McKenzie's Special Brew (another alternative currency that is used / spent with Old Man McKenzie, who is also in the Plane of Knowledge); and even more Agents.

There is rumor that more items "may" be added to this vendor, in the future.

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MARKETPLACE

The Marketplace is optionally tied into Overseer in three ways. Using Marketplace funds, you can...:

Use of the Marketplace is 100% optional. You can 100% play Overseer without using any Marketplace Funds at all.

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QUESTS

Overseer is basically a game where you assign Agents to go do Quests for you.

Each Quest can take a varying amount of time (from a few seconds to days, in real time). If successful, you can claim a Quest Reward.

You can only undertake (5) Quests, at the same time.

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OVERSEER AGENTS

A list of currently known Overseer Agents!

Currently there appears to be 84 Common, 60 Uncommon, 24 Rare and 13 Elite.

CHARACTER RARITY JOB(S) TRAIT(S)

Acolyte of Brell

Common Scholar 1

Cleric

Dwarf

Heroic

Advocate of Brell

Common Diplomat 1

Dwarf

Extravagant

Paladin

Ak'Anon Engineer

Common Artisan 1

Citizen

Diminutive

Gnome

Ak'Anon Guard

Common Soldier 1

Benevolent

Gnome

Warrior

Ambassador D'Vinn

Elite Iconic

Diplomat 3

Marauder 3

Spy 5

Agile

Attractive

Cautious

Dark Elf

Malicious

Rogue

Amber

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 3

Harvester 1

Ancient

Elddar

Heroic

Ranger

Anitohk the Everliving

Rare Iconic

Harvester 4

Scholar 2

Ancient

Extravagant

Monster

Monstrous

Mummy

Avatar of Brell

Elite Iconic

Artisan 5

Merchant 3

Scholar 3

Avatar

Cautious

Exotic

Extravagant

Hardy

Warrior

Avatar of Tunare

Elite Iconic

Artisan 3

Diplomat 3

Harvester 5

Attractive

Avatar

Benevolent

Druid

Exotic

Peaceful

Bandit Lookout

Common Spy 1

Fierce

Half-Elf

Ranger

Banker Rylisan

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 1

Merchant 3

Attractive

Citizen

High Elf

Peaceful

Barbed Bone Skeleton

Common Explorer 1

Monster

Monstrous

Skeleton

Barrith the Brave

Rare Iconic

Harvester 4

Soldier 2

Berserker

Bold

Dwarf

Extravagant

Hardy

Bilge Farfathom

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 1

Spy 3

Cautious

Goblin

Hardy

Shaman

Bimbalicus the Soulbleeder

Rare Iconic

Artisan 4

Scholar 2

Diminutive

Frivolous

Gnome

Malicious

Necromancer

Blighted Scarecrow

Common Spy 1

Hardy

Monster

Scarecrow

Butler Syncall

Rare Iconic

Maruader 2

Spy 4

Malicious

Monstrous

Regal

Shadowknight

Vampire

Captain Silverwind

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 3

Soldier 1

Benevolent

Heroic

High Elf

Paladin

Captive Elemental

Common Explorer 1

Elemental

Exotic

Monster

Cargo Clockwork

Common Harvester 1

Citizen

Clockwork

Heroic

Cauldron Cliffdiver

Common Harvester 1

Agile

Half-Elf

Rogue

Cauldron Merchant

Common Artisan 1

Diminutive

Dwarf

Warrior

Cavalier Devolah

Rare Iconic

Harvester 2

Soldier 4

Bold

Hardy

Human

Heroic

Paladin

Challice

Uncommon Iconic

Merchant 1

Scholar 3

Attractive

Citizen

High Elf

Malicious

Cloaked Dhamphyre

Uncommon Spy 2

Agile

Cautious

Dhamphyre

Shadowknight

Clockwork VIIX

Uncommon Iconic

Scholar 1

Spy 3

Benevolent

Cautious

Enchanter

Gnome

Commander Gearwell

Uncommon Iconic

Harvester 3

Soldier 1

Cautious

Clockwork

Hardy

Monster

Conium Darkblade

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 1

Merchant 3

Cautious

Dwarf

Rogue

Rugged

Coral Carver

Common Artisan 1

Citizen

Frivolous

Wood Elf

Corflunk

Uncommon Iconic

Marauder 3

Spy 1

Fierce

Mighty

Ogre

Warrior

Crypt Ghoul

Common Marauder 1

Ancient

Ghoul

Monster

Crystallos Stone Trader

Common Merchant 1

Citizen

Human

Rugged

Cursed Remnant

Uncommon Marauder 2

Ancient

Berserker

Fierce

Skeleton

Cursed Treant

Uncommon Harvester 2

Ancient

Druid

Fierce

Treant

Dabner Drednever

Rare Iconic

Artisan 2

Explorer 4

Agile

Cleric

Diminutive

Gnome

Peaceful

Dark Elf Courier

Uncommon Explorer 2

Agile

Bold

Cleric

Dark Elf

Dark Reflection Poisoner

Common Diplomat 1

Gnome

Necromancer

Regal

Darkvine Entrancer

Common Diplomat

Agile

Brownie

Enchanter

Darkvine Shadereaper

Common Harvester 1

Brownie

Fierce

Rogue

Darkvine Thistle

Common Merchant 1

Brownie

Diminutive

Shaman

Deathly Harbinger

Common Scholar 1

Dark Elf

Magician

Rugged

Deathly Usher

Uncommon Merchant 2

Dark Elf

Frivolous

Regal

Warrior

Deathspore Decomposer

Common Explorer 1

Fungus Man

Hardy

Monster

Deep Muse Healer

Common Scholar 1

Cautious

Cleric

Gnome

Drangol Cook

Common Artisan 1

Berserker

Goblin

Peaceful

Dwarven Blacksmith

Common Artisan 1

Citizen

Dwarf

Mighty

Dwarven Lorekeeper

Common Scholar 1

Cleric

Dwarf

Peaceful

Dwarven Trinket Seller

Common Merchant 1

Citizen

Dwarf

Shrewd

Dwigus Lowater

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 3

Spy 1

Bold

Goblin

Rugged

Warrior

Elder Fire Drake

Uncommon Explorer 2

Drake

Frivolous

Mighty

Monster

Elder Ice Drake

Uncommon Soldier 2

Drake

Fierce

Hardy

Monster

Eldritch Wanderer

Common Marauder 1

Attractive

Gnome

Wizard

Ella the Pure

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 1

Harvester 3

Benevolent

Cleric

High Elf

Regal

Emissary of Crystallos

Common Diplomat 1

Benevolent

Drake

Monster

Emperor Crush

Elite Iconic

Harvester 3

Marauder 5

Spy 3

Extravagant

Fierce

Mighty

Monstrous

Orc

Warrior

Ennixy Frennor

Uncommon Iconic

Merchant 1

Spy 3

Cautious

Gnome

Malicious

Necromancer

Enraged Dwarf Skeleton

Common Explorer 1

Ancient

Monster

Skeleton

Equestrielle

Uncommon Iconic

Harvester 1

Soldier 3

Heroic

Regal

Unicorn

Warrior

Estrella of Gloomwater

Uncommon Iconic

Harvester 1

Scholar 3

Druid

Exotic

Mermaid

Shrewd

Exiled Legionnaire

Uncommon Soldier 2

Hardy

Orc

Peaceful

Warrior

Faerie Courier

Common Diplomat 1

Fairy

Regal

Rogue

Faerie Guard

Common Soldier 1

Bold

Fairy

Warrior

Faerie Royal Guard

Common Soldier 1

Fairy

Heroic

Paladin

Faerie Troublemaker

Common Marauder 1

Diminutive

Enchanter

Fairy

Fallen Noble

Common Diplomat

Dark Elf

Malicious

Shadowknight

Farios Elianos

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 1

Scholar 3

Extravagant

High Elf

Regal

Wizard

Faydark Bandit

Common Spy 1

Rogue

Rugged

Wood Elf

Fippy Darkpaw

Only available via special Marketplace purchase. 

(Overseer Starter Bundle)

Elite Iconic

Diplomat 3

Explorer 3

Marauder 5

Agile

Bold

Gnoll

Heroic

Mighty

Rogue

Firiona Vie

Elite Iconic

Diplomat 3

Explorer 3

Soldier 5

Attractive

Benevolent

Heroic

High Elf

Paladin

Regal

First Ranger Kele

Elite Iconic

Merchant 3

Soldier 5

Spy 3

Agile

Bold

Hardy

Heroic

Ranger

Wood Elf

Firstlight Refugee

Common Merchant 1

Cautious

Dwarf

Paladin

Forest Gatherer

Common Explorer 1

Druid

Peaceful

Wood Elf

Forpar Fizfla

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 3

Scholar 1

Agile

Diminutive

Gnome

Shadowknight

Free Diving Limnologist

Common Scholar

Druid

Half-Elf

Shrewd

Galeth Veredeth

Rare Iconic

Diplomat 2

Soldier 4

Cautious

Heroic

High Elf

Paladin

Rugged

Garanel Rucksif

Rare Iconic

Marauder 4

Spy 2

Ancient

Exotic

Fierce

Ghost

Warrior

Gearheart

Rare Iconic

Explorer 2

Soldier 4

Clockwork

Exotic

Hardy

Peaceful

Rogue

Glyphed Ghoul

Uncommon Spy 2

Ghoul

Monstrous

Rogue

Shrewd

Goblin Grunts

Common Marauder 1

Exotic

Goblin

Warrior

Goblin Mapmaker

Common Artisan 1

Citizen

Goblin

Hardy

Golden Haired Mermaid

Uncommon Artisan 2

Attractive

Exotic

Mermaid

Ranger

Guard Orcflayer

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 1

Soldier 3

Hardy

Heroic

Ranger

Wood Elf

Guardian of the Keep

Common Soldier 1

Ancient

Elemental

Monster

Head Administrator Grigano

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 1

Scholar 3

Diminutive

Extravagant

Gnome

Magician

Ice Drake

Common Scholar 1

Drake

Fierce

Monster

Inquisitive Wanderer

Common Explorer 1

Gnome

Mighty

Monk

Joren Nobleheart

Rare Iconic

Diplomat 4

Scholar 2

Benevolent

Fierce

High Elf

Mighty

Paladin

Junk Dealer

Common Merchant 1

Citizen

Gnome

Rugged

Kaladim Guard

Common Soldier 1

Agile

Dwarf

Warrior

Kelethin Guard

Common Soldier 1

Bold

Ranger

Wood Elf

Kelethin Herbalist

Common Scholar 1

Agile

Citizen

Wood Elf

Kelethin Lorist

Common Diplomat 1

Bard

Bold

Wood Elf

Kimble Nogflop

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 3

Scholar 1

Diminutive

Enchanter

Gnome

Peaceful

King Kazon Stormhammer

Elite Iconic

Artisan 3

Explorer 5

Soldier 3

Bold

Dwarf

Fierce

Mighty

Rugged

Warrior

King Tearis Thex

Elite Iconic

Diplomat 5

Scholar 3

Soldier 3

Benevolent

Fierce

High Elf

Mighty

Paladin

Regal

Kirathas Druid

Common Explorer 1

Agile

Druid

Elddar

Kirathas Villager

Common Diplomat 1

Attractive

Citizen

Elddar

Lady Chiasa

Rare Iconic

Marauder 4

Spy 2

Ancient

Enchanter

Frivolous

Monstrous

Vampire

Lanika Shadestepper

Uncommon Iconic

Merchant 3

Scholar 1

Dimunitive

Gnome

Necormancer

Shrewd

Lord Nethryn the Arbitrato

Rare Iconic

Diplomat 2

Scholar 4

Cautious

Cleric

High Elf

Peaceful

Regal

Lorisyn Oakwynd

Rare Iconic

Artisan 2

Diplomat 4

Attractive

Benevolent

Ranger

Rugged

Wood Elf

Lyirae Oakwynd

Rare Iconic

Diplomat 2

Explorer 4

Agile

Attractive

Bold

Ranger

Wood Elf

Magus Tira

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 1

Merchant 3

Attractive

Benevolent

Gnome

Wizard

Maid Issis

Rare Iconic

Marauder 2

Spy 4

Attractive

Malicious

Monstrous

Necromancer

Vampire

Marcia Attamilgad

Rare Iconic

Explorer 3

Harvester 3

Merchant 5

Citizen

Frivolous

Hardy

Human

Rugged

Shrewd

Masked Changeling

Common Marauder 1

Exotic

Human

Magician

Maukris

Uncommon Iconic

Harvester 3

Spy 1

Ancient

Rogue

Shrewd

Vampire

Mayong Mistmoore

Elite Iconic

Marauder 3

Scholar 5

Spy 3

Ancient

Extravagant

Regal

Shadowknight

Shrewd

Vampire

Meldrath the Malignant

Elite Iconic

Artisan 3

Marauder 3

Scholar 5

Diminutive

Frivolous

Gnome

Monstrous

Necromancer

Minotaur Lord

Uncommon Marauder 2

Frivolous

Mighty

Minotaur

Monster

Mistmoore Advisor

Uncommon Scholar 2

Dark Elf

Extravagant

Regal

Wizard

Nightrage Decapitator

Common Soldier 1

Enchanter

Monstrous

Vampire

Nightrage Narcissist

Common Spy 1

Attractive

Necromancer

Vampire

Nightwalker Scavenger

Common Harvester 1

Cautious

Goblin

Warrior

Nybright Sisters

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 1

Spy 3

Agile

Half-Elf

Malicious

Rogue

Nylianne the True

Rare Iconic

Explorer 4

Merchant 2

Attractive

Cautious

Heroic

Ranger

Wood Elf

Nyzil Bloodforge

Rare Iconic

Artisan 4

Soldier 2

Benevolent

Dwarf

Heroic

Mighty

Warrior

Ognit Eznertob

Rare Iconic

Artisan 2

Scholar 4

Bold

Diminutive

Gnome

Wizard

Orc Arsonist

Uncommon Marauder 2

Agile

Malicious

Orc

Shadowknight

Orc Chief

Uncommon Harvester 2

Mighty

Orc

Shrewd

Warrior

Orc Emissary

Common Explorer 1

Frivolous

Orc

Shaman

Orc Legionnaire

Common Marauder 1

Hardy

Orc

Warrior

Orc Scoutmaster

Common Spy 1

Orc

Ranger

Shrewd

Orc Slavers

Common Merchant 1

Fierce

Orc

Warrior

Orc Taskmaster

Uncommon Soldier 2

Fierce

Monk

Orc

Shrewd

Orc Trainer

Uncommon Artisan 2

Bold

Orc

Rugged

Warrior

Orc Warlord

Uncommon Marauder 2

Berserker

Bold

Extravagant

Orc

Overseer Gakkor Deepscar

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 1

Marauder 3

Bold

Mighty

Minotaur

Monster

Overvolt Rigster the IV

Rare Iconic

Harvester 2

Merchant 4

Benevolent

Citizen

Extravagant

Gnome

Rugged

Peg Leg

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 3

Marauder 1

Dwarf

Extravagant

Hardy

Rogue

Phinigel Autropos

Elite Iconic

Explorer 3

Harvester 3

Merchant 3

Ancient

Cautious

Exotic

Kedge

Peaceful

Wizard

Pixie Jongleur

Common Spy 1

Bard

Benevolent

Pixie

Pixie Trickster

Common Harvester 1

Attractive

Enchanter

Pixie

Priest of Discord

Uncommon

Diplomat 2

Cleric

Human

Malicious

Regal

Priest of Najena

Uncommon Marauder 3

Ancient

Cleric

Extravagant

Ghoul

Princess Joleena

Rare Iconic

Diplomat 4

Spy 2

Druid

Exotic

Fairy

Frivolous

Regal

Reaver Lebanezer

Rare Iconic

Merchant 2

Scholar 4

Diminutive

Gnome

Regal

Shrewd

Necromancer

Reclusive Ghoul Magus

Uncommon Scholar 2

Ancient

Ghoul

Monstrous

Necromancer

Retlon Brenclog

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 3

Merchant 1

Diminutive

Fierce

Gnome

Magician

Rogue Clockwork

Common Spy 1

Citizen

Clockwork

Malicious

Scavenge Diver

Common Harvester 1

Bard

Exotic

Human

Scion Grave Scourer

Common Harvester 1

Citizen

Gargoyle

Malicious

Serra

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 1

Harvester 3

Monster

Monstrous

Peaceful

Zombie

Servant of the Ancients

Common Marauder 1

Golem

Heroic

Monster

Shadowman Leader

Uncommon Explorer 2

Exotic

Fierce

Shadowed Man

Warrior

Shadowmane Warrior

Uncommon Solider 2

Frivolous

Monstrous

Warrior

Werewolf

Shadowy Scrivener

Common Merchant 1

Cautious

Dark Elf

Necromancer

Shifty Jenkins

Rare Iconic

Merchant 4

Soldier 2

Agile

Citizen

Hardy

Human

Shrewd

Siege Specialist

Common Scholar

Frivolous

Gnome

Rogue

Signus Boran

Uncommon Iconic

Merchant 1

Spy 3

Attractive

Monstrous

Shadowknight

Vampire

Sister Donna

Uncommon Iconic

Scholar 3

Soldier 1

Cleric

Heroic

Human

Peaceful

Sleeper's Acolyte

Common Spy 1

Extravagant

High Elf

Wizard

Sneering Gargoyle

Common Explorer 1

Gargoyle

Monster

Monstrous

Soul Seductress

Common Spy 1

Dark Elf

Enchanter

Extravagant

Ssynthi

Uncommon Iconic

Diplomat 1

Harvester 3

Exotic

Peaceful

Shadowed Man

Wizard

Steam Trader

Common Merchant 1

Citizen

Gnome

Shrewd

Steam Zealot

Common Diplomat 1

Cleric

Gnome

Exotic

Steamwork Hunter

Common Harvester 1

Clockwork

Fierce

Rogue

Steamwork Mender

Common Artisan

Benevolent

Citizen

Clockwork

Steamwork Shock Trooper

Common Soldier 1

Clockwork

Monstrous

Warrior

Tandan Nybright

Uncommon Iconic

Harvester 1

Soldier 3

Frivolous

High Elf

Paladin

Rugged

Teir'Dal Prophet

Uncommon Diplomat 2

Attractive

Cleric

Dark Elf

Mighty

The Collector

Rare Iconic

Harvester 4

Merchant 2

Aviak

Cautious

Enchanter

Exotic

Shrewd

The Prophet

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 1

Diplomat 3

Malicious

Mighty

Orc

Shaman

Thistle Underbrush

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 3

Merchant 1

Brownie

Diminutive

Druid

Heroic

Thubr Axebringer

Rare Iconic

Explorer 2

Maruader 4

Dwarf

Extravagant

Fierce

Mighty

Warrior

Tormented Dead

Common Marauder 1

Bold

Monster

Zombie

Trapped Elemental

Uncommon Artisan 2

Agile

Elemental

Exotic

Monster

Trueborn Embalmer

Common Artisan

Mummy

Necromancer

Rugged

Tumpy Irontoe

Uncommon Iconic

Marauder 1

Merchant 3

Berserker

Dwarf

Frivolous

Rugged

Tunarian Scout

Common Explorer 1

Frivolous

Half-Elf

Ranger

Undead Barkeep

Common Merchant 1

Citizen

Peaceful

Zombie

Undertow Skeleton

Common Soldier 1

Ancient

Monster

Skeleton

Unrest Noble

Common Scholar

Extravagant

Monster

Zombie

Usbak the Old

Uncommon Iconic

Artisan 3

Soldier 1

Ancient

Benevolent

Dwarf

Paladin

Vicious Worg

Common Harvester 1

Malicious

Monster

Worg

Wandering Greenblood

Common Harvester 1

Berserker

Hardy

Ogre

Wandering Minstrel

Common Artisan 1

Bard

Half-Elf

Regal

Wandering Tinker

Common Merchant 1

Bold

Citizen

Gnome

Werewolf Gypsy

Common Marauder 1

Mighty

Rogue

Werewolf

Zarchoomi

Uncommon Iconic

Explorer 3

Marauder 1

Bold

Monstrous

Ogre

Shaman

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