Suspicious Traveler

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Suspicious Travelers are male norn that can be found in the Shiverpeak Mountains. When approached, they will voice their support for Jormag, the Elder Ice Dragon. These mysterious norn share the same beliefs as the Sons of Svanir, although it is unclear if they are part of the cult or revere Jormag as a Spirit of the Wild called "Dragon."

Locations[edit]

Shiverpeak Mountains

Quotes[edit]

Have you heard the call?
You continue to live in fear. In open defiance of a greater being.
But I ask you this: why fear that which can make you stronger? Why not embrace the ultimate spirit?
Transcend your existence and forge your legend with Jormag.
It's the only way.
What the world has taken away from you, Jormag's blessing will return.
He is not to be feared, but embraced. He takes care of His own.
He speaks to me. He speaks to all of us.
You cannot win against a force of nature.
Listen carefully and you will hear His name.
Praise Jormag.
"Ice fortifies. Ice protects."
Through Jormag all is possible, for through him all power flows!
Give yourself to him and you will know no fear, only power.
Dragon came to me in a dream. He is not the enemy. Only those who oppose his will.

Notes[edit]

  • These NPC were first noticed after the game update of August 13th, 2019.
  • Players standing near these travelers will be able to hear some very mysterious whispers.
    • These whispers are voice clips played in reverse. Because of the nature of these whispers, it is difficult to actually understand what is being said, but some players have offered their personal interpretation of them.
    • Some players believe to hear both a male and a female voice in these whispers, suggesting there might be more than one source behind them.
  • They are only visible to players who have completed Descent, the final instance of Living World Season 4, in any character.
  • Some of the dialogue uttered by these NPC could already be heard from an Icebrood Claymore during Dragon Bash 2019.