|“||Please don't kill me! Please, please, please, please, please!||”|
After begging a lot not to kill him and complaining at a similar rate about the temperature of this place, the mage with "the body of a god" will attack the party – either because he thinks, some "trull" has sent assassins, because he wants to have the ward, or because he deems Gorion's Ward useless after they indeed gave him this wardstone.
Cuchol assumes being captured on the Ice Island for some trouble with one or more women from Surkh, his hometown. The name Yspank is dropped, but whether she was his lover, his protector, or the one who might send assassins after him, remains unclear.
- For opponents here with a similar style of combat, see Beyn and Dezkiel, though they in addition have a Minor Globe of Invulnerability.
- In Tales of the Sword Coast the creature file in fact has "Unknown" assigned as gender/sex, though the animation is that of a male human Fighter / Mage.
- Though a Fighter / Mage, Cuchol's creature file has only access to spells, not to the weapons and other items without assigned inventory slots and not droppable:
- Regarding stats, inventory, memorized spells and AI, with minor differences, the three Fighter / Mages from the Ice Island – Beyn, Cuchol and Dezkiel – seem to be all created from the same creature template.
- Surkh article at the Forgotten Realms Wiki, a wiki for the medieval fantasy universe named the Forgotten Realms.
- Lachom article at the Forgotten Realms Wiki, a wiki for the medieval fantasy universe named the Forgotten Realms.