Ioin Gallchobhair is the leader of a small bandit gang in the Lonely Peaks, the area north of Nashkel's carnival. Along with Dribben and Billy, he demands a "toll" for passing through the area. Gorion's Ward can fight or surrender all of their gold.

Ioin and Billy are worth 300 XP each, Dribben 150 XP.

While Ioin attacks with his Long Sword, Billy and Dribben are archers, each equipped with five +1 and forty regular arrows. Engage them in melee combat quickly, before they use them up.

Dialog Edit

"There is a toll for passing this way, friends, and it happens to be your life. Are you willing to part with it?"

1. Take my life if you will but I warn you now: make one move and your own is forfeit.
Then let these subtle games begin! Fire, comrades, and let us be richer for their folly!
2. Please, you may take my money but life is sacred.
Look, comrades, we have a pack of pathetic and snivelling lumps before us! Very well, we shall rob you of your coin and leave your so-called "sacred" life intact. May the gods bless you for such a display of honor.

Trivia Edit

  • On the cemetery of the Temple of Helm in Nashkel one of the tombstones (co-ordinates 3028, 1236) bears the inscription:

    Ioin O Gallchobhair

    "Mea Gloria Fides"
    [Note 1]

    • It is possible that the name of this bandit in the Lonely Peaks was changed lately during game development, which would explain the existence of a tombstone for a person with practically the same name and also the discrepancy between the creature's name and its code and related files, CANTO.cre, CANTO.dlg and CANTO.bcs.
  1. Translations of this latin phrase vary from "Trust My Glory", "My Glorious Faith", "Trust is My Renown", "Faith is My Glory" et al.