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Areas: The Sarn Encampment (Act 3), The Sarn Encampment (Act 8)
Functions: weapon and armour vendor
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Hargan is an NPC that can be found in The Sarn Encampment in act 3 and act 8.


Hargan is voiced by New Zealand actor, Daryl Habraken who also voices Gravicius.


I’ll miss the boy. He was always up for a laugh, wheter it was at his expense or not. Nut I would’ve missed our Clarissa more. Hargan’s the name, by the way. And it’s my honour to welcome you to dirty old Sarn, the metropolis of opportunity. The opportunity to make something of yourself or the opportunity to have a very messy death.


A stranger walks into a town with a lost lover in tow. Sounds like the beginning of a jest. Which I wish it bloody were. Problem is, we’re still one doe-eyed lover short, which ain’t much good to anyone. They tend to come in pairs, you see. Since you seem to be in the ‘good deeds’ business, how about throwing a Tolman into the bargain.


I was Clarissa’s guardian angel back in Oriath. Put food on her table in return fore a bit of light work. I try to keep her out of trouble as best I can here, but Sarn’s full of secrets… and Clarissa’s full of curiosity.


She’s just so… ample, is our Maramoa. In my mind you’ll find no saucier specimen of womangood. It’s her tattoos and that fancy talk she does. Intoxicating.

She’s cool one though…


I can’t imagine what that poor bastard’s been through. It’s a miracle Grigor hasn’t completely lost his mind. Granted, he’s lost one or two pieces along the way, buyt there’s still plenty that’s worth listening to.


Gravicius is the mailed and bloodied right hand of Dominus. And I Thought the Templar were meant to be spiritual men of deepest humanity. You noticed the sarcasm in my tone, right?

Had to smuggle a fellow out of Theopolis once. Got a bit too friendly with Gravicius’ wife, he did. Every Blackguard was out on the streets looking for him, so I had to think lateral-like. We took to the drains and didn’t pop our heads above the pavement until we sniffed the sea. A grubby bloody job it was, but worth it for the coin he paid. You want a piece of Gravicius? Then sometimes the only way ‘up’ is ‘down’.

General Gravicius

You’ve done for Gravicius? If only I could get word to that lad I smuggled away from the general’s wife at the time. The good widow will need a sympathetic shoulder to cry on.


Piety’s off to meet the Maker, is she? I’d love to be a fly on the wall for that little chat.

The Purity Rebellion

I’m no history scholar, but I know that Emperor Chitus was overthrown by Voll of Thebrus in the so-called ‘Purity Rebellion’. But Voll had the shortest reign of any Eternal Emperor. The cataclysm saw to that.

The Slums

The Slums are east of here. Used to house the unwashed of the Empire a couple centuries back. Now it’s home to the walking ulcers and sores of this poor city.

The Undying

Stay out of the shadows. They bite.


Victario was a poet what ended up leading a rebellion, right under the nose of Emperor Chitus. But here’s what really interests me. Our wordsmith was quite the talented larcenists as well. Pulled off the heist of the century, in the name of the people, of course. Three finely-crafted platinum busts commissioned by Chitus for his favourite trio of generals.

Victario and his cobbers holed up in the sewers. Now that you have Clarissa’s keys, perhaps you’d be inclined to search out those heroic busts for me. I’m sure I could make it worth your while.