Description[edit | edit source]
He was known to commanded both admiration and fright from his followers.
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Dragomir nearly always fought in the front lines of the military campaigns he led.
History[edit | edit source]
While Dragomir's followers were loyal to him for quite some time, they began to see that his voracious desire for power would lead to their doom. Some of his most-trusted devotees commission the creation of the Casque of Imprisonment, a crown of sorts that would stun and immobilize the wearer. They interred Dragomir within a crypt beneath the graveyard of Athkatla, where he remained for years to follow.
Some time during the 12th century DR, a thief by the name of Hexxat was tasked with recovering the casque for their patron. When she removed it from his head, Dragomir awoke and turned Hexxat into a vampire her self. He then imprisoned her within a nearby stone coffin where she stayed for over two hundred years.
In the Year of the Gauntlet, 1369 DR, the Hero of Baldur's Gate assisted a woman named Clara with the task of entering into Dragomir's tomb. The pair were both manipulated into slaying Dragomir for good, and freeing Hexxat from her imprisonment.
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