Wabon, despite his strong character (specially toward his apprentice) is in fact a nice person who don't hesitate to help. He is a thrill-seeker, he likes riding mining carts at strong speeds and don't mind jumping into the danger if he had to.
During the Sun Rune War, he helped Freyjadour Falenas and Miakis when they are trying to went to Sauronix Castle. When the Nether Gate assassin destroy his mining cart and learned that the Godwins is planning to exterminate the dwarves he joined in the Loyalist Army to prevent it. After the war, Wabon succeeds as the dwarves' delegate to the New Parliament. His speeches are few, but intense.
Role in the GameEdit
After the assassins destroy his mining car, Wabon will join your cause regardless of your dialogue choices.
Wabon isn't an amazing warrior, but he can hold in own in battle and has some cool unite attacks. Like all Dwarves, he can equip the strongest armor. This makes him a good candidate for a Double-Edged or Power Rune.
- Head - Heavy
- Body - Heavy
- Hand - Heavy
- Foot - Heavy
Weapon Type: Giant Wrench
Weapon Range: S
Weapon Starting Level: 1
|Name||Stone Wrench||Iron Wrench||Steel Wrench|
Wabon can be used as a second-in-command and gives his military unit one use of the Charge ability.
- Other than the master/apprentice thing, cave dwarves don´t really have any sort of "rank" in their social structure. But with that influential voice, and the way other dwarves respect him. I guess you could say he´s their "elder" of sorts.
- I hear they call him "Master of Mine Carts," and rightly so. It´d be impossible for a human to make carts the way he does. Well, maybe Babbage could pull it off, but if there aren´t any gears involved, he´s not interested.
- When Wabon, Isato and Alhazred are together, this blinding light streams off their... intellects.
They say the elves and dwarves are really going at each other up in the northern continent. But don't worry. We dwarves here in Falena never even think about elves.
- Gear Guy
He's not bad, for a human! Of course, he doesn't hold a candle to me!