|The kitchenware salesman
really had a unique sense
Appears in: Night of the Necromancer (Fighting Fantasy 63) By Jonathan Green.
Summary: Unthank is the chamberlain of your castle, but he has secretly being making pacts with evil spirits and sacrificing innocent people in an attempt to cheat death and take over the Old World.
Prominence: Unthanks and his servants appear in a few scenes in thebook before the final confrontation. He is also responsible for the nasty spirits that hang around your castle. 7/10
Hardness: Since you are a ghost, he is able to banish you. He is also well passed his sell by date and he should have died years ago. If you face him in combat, you will have to fight a skill 11 stamina 10 opponent which is not too shabby for a wizard. In fact, the combat skill of wizards on Titan seems to range from reasonable to completely awsome. If he summons the Sahdow King and the Shadow King kills him, he comes back from the dead as a skill 9 stamina 8 opponent, which is quite good for a dead man. 8/10.
Ambition: First, he wants to live forever and has managed that quite well so far. He also wants to summon a powerful spirit and rule the Old World with an army of the dead. 9/10
|Of course he’s evil.|
Style: He looks a lot like a villain which makes me wonder why you didn’t kill him ages ago. The beard alone should have been reason to. 6/10
Diabolical genius: He’s managed to become the chamberlain of your castle while simultaneously taking part in all of his nefarious sorcery. He’s managed to get you killed and, if his schemes are not thwarted, he will sacrifice your sister to some evil spirit. Lots of diabolical with a side of genius. 7/10
Total score: He’s a cunning necromancer and a worthy adversary. 37/50