|The Riddling Reaver|
- For other uses of The Riddling Reaver, see The Riddling Reaver
Origins[edit | edit source]
As to his origins no one knows for certain. We do not even know if he is a Human blessed with supernatural powers or if he is of more divine origin. An encounter with Logaan in Magehunter implies that the Reaver may have been created by the god himself. What we do know is that he is said to live in the jungles of southern Allansia but that he sails around the world on his awesome ship carrying out the work of his master Logaan, "Lord of Tricksters". The Reaver has appeared as far away as the Isles of the Dawn. We also know that he has a daughter, Angelica. He has been found wearing various disguises throughout history and throughout Titan.
Title[edit | edit source]
It is believed that the Reaver is a title that has been held by a number of individuals throughout history, each of him have had powers bestowed upon them by their master. He is known by the Pixies of Affen Forest as "The Majestic Jester".
Abilities and Powers[edit | edit source]
The Reaver is a skilled magic-user. He has been seen to cast numerous magic spells, and both his ship, the Twice Shy, and his mansion, the Reaver's Roost, are full of magical artifacts.
Headquarters[edit | edit source]
The Reaver has a headquarters, ("The Reaver's Roost") in the jungles southeast of the city of Rimon.  The Reaver's Roost is located within a Realm of Entropy. Bizarre phenomena occur in this Realm of Entropy.  Here the waterfalls flow backward and uphill, and the shapes of plants are determined purely by chance.  The adventuring scribe Mandalaxis disappeared while exploring the manse of the The Riddling Reaver.
Servants[edit | edit source]
Ximoran[edit | edit source]
In 103 AC, on the 4th of Man's Harvesting, the Riddling Reaver was unmasked in Ximoran, twenty-two years after the death of Orien the last king of the city, and thirteen years after the Queen of Silver was banished.
Further Notes[edit | edit source]
See Also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Slaves of the Abyss - ???; Magehunter - 333, 368
- Magehunter - para 333, 368
- The Riddling Reaver - p.??
- Black Vein Prophecy - p.24
- Warlock Issue 13 - p.6-10
- Phantoms of Fear - paras 382 & 98
- The Riddling Reaver , pp. 178-199
- The Riddling Reaver - Inside Cover map.
- The Riddling Reaver - pages 177-181
- Beyond the Pit p.40
- The Riddling Reaver - pp. 125-6
- The Fighting Fantasy 10th Anniversary Yearbook - pp.148, 165, 185
- "Building Strong Foundations (Paul Mason interview)". Fighting Fantazine Issue 10 (pp. 11-21)