Bounty Hunter/Lore

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Bounty Hunter minimap icon.png Gondar, the Bounty Hunter
When the hunted tell tales of Gondar the Bounty Hunter, none are sure of which are true. In whispered tones they say he was abandoned as a kit, learning his skill in tracking as a matter of simple survival. Others hear he was an orphan of war, taken in by the great Soruq the Hunter to learn the master's skill with a blade as they plumbed the dark forests for big game. Still others believe he was a lowly street urchin raised among a guild of cutpurses and thieves, trained in the arts of stealth and misdirection. Around campfires in the wild countryside his quarry speaks the rumors of Gondar's work, growing ever more fearful: they say it was he who tracked down the tyrant King Goff years after the mad regent went into hiding, delivering his head and scepter as proof. That it was he who infiltrated the rebel camps at Highseat, finally bringing the legendary thief White Cape to be judged for his crimes. And that it was he who ended the career of Soruq the Hunter, condemned as a criminal for killing the Prince's prized hellkite. The tales of Gondar's incredible skill stretch on, with each daring feat more unbelievable than the last, each target more elusive. For the right price, the hunted know, anyone can be found. For the right price, even the mightiest may find fear in the shadows.
Bounty Hunter
Associated with
Heroes:Meepo minimap icon.png Meepo
Pangolier minimap icon.png Pangolier
Races:Djinn
Giants
Ursine
Factions:Qaldin Assassins
Pangolin Guild
Places:Highseat
Qaldin
Scintillant Waste
Revtel
White Spire
Gods:Solar Goddess
Characters:Soruq
Goff
White Cape
Crimson Cut-throat
The Second Disciple
Mireska's Father
Brass Herald
Species:Hellkite
Other Lore:Gondar's Language
  • While his relationship with Soruq is mostly based on rumor, there is no question that he learned something from the hunter, including words to enchant his weapons.[1]
  • Gondar is from an unnamed race, and speaks a unique language, which he uses on rare occasions.
  • Among other things, Gondar uses smell to track down his targets.[2]
  • According to Gondar, he's never lost a mark.[3]
  • Gondar is so well known that he takes jobs based on prestige and challenge first, and compensation second.[4]
  • Gondar can grow a beard.[5]
  • Gondar occasionally sets traps for his targets.[6]
  • Gondar takes pleasure in his work, and is known to be cruel[7]
  • Gondar has close ties to Qaldin, and owns a fine set of Qaldin Assassin's weapons.
  • Gondar has been to the eastern area of the Scintillant Waste.[8]
  • Gondar may have once killed a Djinn.[9]
  • Gondar hunts Giants.[10]
  • Gondar hunted down and killed the Crimson Cut-throat. It was one of the hardest contracts he had ever accepted.[11]
  • Gondar regularly loots his target's corpses as part of his payment.[12]
  • Gondar may have once been a bandit.[13]
  • Gondar sometimes wears a mask treated with oils and waxes to stave off enemy poisons.[14]
  • Gondar is a member of the Pangolin Guild.[15]
  • Young members of Gondar's race are called kits.
  • Gondar may have killed an Ursine for his first hunt as a kit. Its remains were then fashioned into a set of armor for him.[16]
  • Gondar gambles frequently at the race tracks of White Spire, and has been known to cheat.[17]
  • Gondar works for the Brass Herald, who may have sent him to hunt down Donte Panlin over a grudge.[18]
  • Gondar makes a large amount of bounty from each hunt, more so than most other bounty hunters. This allows him to afford extravagant equipment.[19]
  • Gondar has a prior relationship with Riki minimap icon.png Riki.[20]
  • Gondar has respect for other heroes who possess invisibility.
  • Gondar have been to Revtel, and may be working for Mireska's Father to bring Mireska back to the city.[21]
  • Meepo knows Gondar, and tells him that he took care of a "thing" for him.[22]
  • Gondar apparently survived a dangerous event, possibly the battle at Roseleaf.[23]

The Second Disciple[edit]

While Gondar learned a great deal from Soruq, the master hunter also took a second disciple, whose name is unknown. Between the three, a sacred trust was forged. Yet, it was the second disciple who ultimately betrayed Soruq, stealing his secrets, and bringing them to an army of infidels. Angered by this, Gondar set aside his normal duties, and went on the hunt.[24] Enlisting in the infidel army, Gondar tracked down the second disciple, and killed him. Then, using the traitor's own blade, Gondar assassinated the general of the infidel army, and brought the organization to an end.[25]

Friendships and rivalries[edit]

Allies meeting Bounty Hunter

Enemies killing Bounty Hunter

Enemies meeting Bounty Hunter

Others

References[edit]

  1. Jinada description.
  2. Bounty Hunter response: ▶️ Damn, I've lost the scent.
  3. Bounty Hunter response: ▶️ I've never lost a mark, I'm not going to start now.
  4. Hunter's Hoard description.
  5. Wraps of the Seasoned Veteran
  6. Trap Jaw description.
  7. Creeper's Cruel Painsaw description.
  8. Hunter in Distant Sands Set
  9. Djinn Slayer
  10. Giant Hunter
  11. The Crimson Cut-throat Set
  12. Hardened Hunter's Armor description.
  13. Hardened Hunter's Mask description.
  14. Master Assassin's Mask description.
  15. Trappings of the Pangolin Guild
  16. Kit of the First Hunt description.
  17. Pangolier response: ▶️ Be careful betting on the Courier Races... Gondar does not play fair.
  18. Pangolier response: ▶️ I hope the Brass Herald paid you enough to die.
  19. Hunter's Glory description.
  20. Bounty Hunter response: ▶️ Riki, I've always known you were a backstabber.
  21. Dark Willow response: ▶️ I'm never going back to Revtel, Gondar. Try to force me, and you're a dead man.
  22. Meepo response: ▶️ Hey Hunter! I took care of that thing for ya.
  23. Dark Willow response: ▶️ Oh look! It's Gondar! You survived! ...Great.
  24. Second Disciple's Bastion
  25. Second Disciple's Dagger