Priest Graidy

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Priest Graidy was a human located in Sanctum Harbor, he used to stand near the construction of a new lighthouse in Sanctum Harbor and provided visitors with Speed boons. When Scarlet Briar attacked Lion's Arch, he sent his daughter, Ellyna Graidy, and the lighthouse workers to leave for safety while he remained behind to warn off oncoming ships of the attack, and was killed before he could escape.


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Historical events
Event shield (tango icon).png [Group Event] Protect the lighthouse workers as they flee the city (80)


Six watch over you, my friend. Have you come to see the last, battered remnant of Old Lion's Arch?
Talk more option tango.png Did the lighthouse here once light the way to the original Lion's Arch?
Disaster and attack may have raised it to its ancient foundations, but we'll always maintain this treasured monument.
Charisma The lighthouse foundation will endure as a powerful symbol of your city's resilience.
Allow me to grant you this boon from the Six for your heart-felt words.
Talk end option tango.png All right.
Dignity This is fascinating! Such history here beneath our feet.
The Six have preserved the foundation as a gift to all who walk the face of Tyria, regardless of their beliefs. In the name of the Six, I bless you with the swiftness of the gods.
Talk end option tango.png Most excellent.
Ferocity I'm impressed by the strength of this monument. Your citizens always face down adversity and rise again from the waves.
Such is the awe-inspiring power of the six gods. Take their blessing to hasten to your next destination.
Talk end option tango.png Will do.
Talk end option tango.png Good-bye.
If blessed
Six watch over you, my friend. Have you come to see the last, battered remnant of Old Lion's Arch?
Talk end option tango.png I've seen it already.


  • In the poll for players to name certain locations in the rebuild Lion's Arch, Graidy Lighthouse was an option for the new lighthouse replacing Lion's Gate.