|Area||Friendly Arm Inn|
|Place||The Friendly Arm|
A half-orc blackguard is a race/class combination off-limits to the player.
Baldur's Gate: EEEdit
He can be found in The Friendly Arm. When you talk to him, he mistakes you for a waiter of the inn and asks you to bring him a beer. Whether you refuse his order or do what he says, you can't recruit him. When you travel from area to area on the map, the party will be ambushed by some brigands by the name of Senjak and Dorothea and five unnamed bandits. Dorn will take out two bandits before the fight starts. After they are killed, Dorn offers to join your party. He will return to the Friendly Arm when he is removed from the party. His starting equipment are Splint Mail and his two-handed sword +1, Rancor, which gives him a +1 THAC0 bonus or +2 THAC0 bonus if someone is killed by the weapon in 24 hours.
His proficiency points are two in two-handed swords and the two-handed weapon style.
When he joins the party, the party loses 2 reputation points.
|“||When you ask Dorn about his past, he says little. Despite your aid in fighting in former comrades, he seems slow to trust you with much personal information. From what you can piece together, the merciless half-orc hails from the north. You sense that he has been betrayed in the past, and you accept he would exact harsh vengeance on anyone who betrays him in the future. His single-minded goals have left him with few interests or hobbies aside from combat.||”|
Baldur's Gate II: EEEdit
Dorn initiates a number of reputation-damaging quests for an evil party to go on, culminating in him acquiring the Abyssal Blade for the party: a powerful +3 two-handed sword with additional effects depending on how you chose to complete the quest chain. Has effects that carry over into Throne of Bhaal.
Will romance PCs of any race or gender.
Anomen and Keldorn will both come to blows with Dorn due to the nature of his joining quest.
Will have banters with Rasaad in BG2:EE, telling him that Ur-Guthoz sees potential within him and offering him power. Rasaad turns him down, evidently not realising how badass he'd be as some kind of infernal Blackguard/Monk hybrid.
Has banters with Neera in BG2:EE, telling her that the use of Wild Mage despite its dangers shows that she has the same destructive streak and lust for power as he does.
Baldur's Gate: EEEdit
- "Try to keep up."
- "Hrmm. A bold choice." (when made leader).
- "It shall be bloodier than you hoped."
- "Speak and begone."
- "Be direct."
- "I will listen... for now."
- "Well met, Gorion's Ward. My blade is wasted in this place. Do you have need of it?" (when recruiting him).