Luxon Priest

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Luxon Priest
Luxon monk.jpg
Affiliation Luxons
Type Human
Profession Monk Monk
Level(s) 20
Campaign Factions
Luxon Priests are found in Fort Aspenwood and at certain Resurrection Shrines.
  • If you have more unspent Luxon faction points than Kurzick, he will offer Blessing of the Luxons.
  • If you have more unspent Kurzick faction points than Luxon, he will give you the option to either fight him or bribe him. Bribing him costs 50 gold, which will activate the shrine and gain you +10 Luxon faction points. Speaking to him again will then allow you to gain the Blessing of the Luxons. If you choose to fight him, he and all the other NPCs around the shrine will turn hostile and attack you.

Locations[edit]

Skills[edit]

15 Divine Favor, 15 Healing Prayers

Dialogue[edit]

If you have more unspent Kurzick faction points than Luxon faction points:

"This resurrection shrine is only for Luxons and their allies. No servant of the Kurzicks will use this shrine while I am here!"
Yes Let's talk this over.
"Talk will only foul the air with your breath. This shrine is ours. No talk will change that."
Ask I am done talking then! (Fight.) (Luxon Priest and all other Luxon NPCs at that shrine become hostile.)
Ask Perhaps you prefer a little music? (Bribe.)
"Yes, <character name>. The sound of jingling coins is far better than the sound of your voice... though I think it would take 50 gold coins to truly make music."
Yes Fifty gold for the shrine? I accept.
If you have 50 gold:
"This shrine will work for you now." (You receive 10 Luxon faction points and the Luxon Merchant and Priest provide their services.)
If you do not have 50 gold:
"Villain! Do you mean to cheat me? You do not have 50 gold!"
No Let's talk it over some more.
No So be it.
No I'll be on my way.

If you have more unspent Luxon faction points than Kurzick faction points or have bribed the Luxon Priest:

"This is my shrine. What is your business here?"
Yes I am interested in blessings.
"I know the "Blessings of the Luxons," which will give you +25 maximum health. It will cost you 100 gold to receive this blessing."
Yes Thank you.
"Fool! You do not have 100 gold!" (If so.)
No No thank you.
No I'll be on my way.

Quotes[edit]

Battle quotes[edit]

When talked to as allies:

"Bring your woes some other time, friend."
"Duty calls."
"Fight now. Talk later."
"Fight, damn it!"
"Help. A little help here."
"If you haven't noticed, I'm busy at the moment."
"Let's give 'em a whooping!"
"Not now!"
"Now is not the time for idle chatter."
"Spill the blood of our foes!"
"Stop wagging your tongue and start whooping some butt!"
"Tell me later. For now I have enemies to slaughter."
"The time for jabbering over a pint will come later."
"To arms! To arms!"
"We will reminisce after this battle is won."
"Your words fall on deaf ears. For now I fight."

Blessings offered[edit]

Blessing Effect Cost
Blessing of the Luxons Blessing of the Luxons You have +25 maximum Health and +3 Health regeneration. You gain Luxon faction for hunting in this area. Boss creatures provide bonus faction. 100 Gold

Notes[edit]

  • They tend to follow allies if any of them need to be healed, especially minions since they have constant health degeneration. You can have all the priests of one area following you if you have a minion master in your party.
  • The bribe needs to only be paid once per party per shrine.
Anomaly Anomaly.Similar to Kurzick Priest, if you have more unspent Kurzick faction points than Luxon faction points:
  • Luxon Priest and his accompanying shrine NPCs (i.e. Luxon Merchant and Guards) will not attack the foes of your party and those foes will not attack the shrine NPCs.
  • Luxon Priest will use Karei's Healing Circle, Signet of Rejuvenation, and Word of Healing to heal allies (e.g. your party members) and foes. He will prioritize healing an ally over a foe when both an ally and foe require healing.
  • All of this occurs whether or not you bribe that Luxon Priest.