Do all Myrddraals form the same corpse mob after their first killing, or is it unique to each one? Another way of phrasing this question is to ask if the corpse mob for each retains the same description as its parent mob, or if it is generic to all. Russ3Z (talk) 12:23, September 6, 2016 (UTC)

I've confirmed this for a couple of different myrddraal mobs so far, so it seems as though all of them change into the same mob when killed. Russ3Z (talk) 01:03, September 11, 2016 (UTC)


Ran across Blodfest and figured might want this info since saw you were working on Myrddraal Medakan (talk) 06:49, September 10, 2016 (UTC)

The Main Path Through Camp
A wide path runs east to west through the camp, creating a byway just short
of being a true road. The forest is to the west, and the center of the camp
is to the east.
[ obvious exits: E S W ]
|1|.A gray palfrey prances skittishly nearby, being ridden by you.
A deranged trolloc warrior howls with rage.
A deranged trolloc warrior howls with rage.
A deranged trolloc warrior howls with rage.
A deranged trolloc warrior howls with rage.
Blodfest, the camp commander, stands here.

exa fade
exa blodfest
exa myrddraal

Towering over his minions, this fade stands with a confidence that is
almost casual. His eyeless gaze sweeps over the camp he commands, taking in
every detail. His pale hands are on his weapon and his bloodless lips curve
into a wicked grin.

Blodfest has a few scratches. (Scratched)

Blodfest is using:
<worn on head> a chain coif
<worn about body> an inky black cloak
<wielded two-handed> a two-handed broadsword
<worn on legs> a pair of ebony-steel plate greaves
<worn on feet> a pair of thick metal boots

exa trolloc
exa warrior
exa deranged

Growling deep within his throat, this hulking beast surveys his
surroundings with a fervent look. Massive arms and legs thick as trees give
warning to his strength. Drool hangs from the corner of his mouth,
seemingly unnoticed.

A deranged trolloc warrior has a few scratches. (Scratched)

a deranged trolloc warrior is using:
<worn on head> a leather helmet
<worn on body> a thin mail shirt
<worn on hands> a pair of leather half-gauntlets
<wielded> a long-handled war axe
<worn on legs> a pair of thin metal leggings
<worn on feet> a pair of heavy leather boots