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He was fierce rival of Lovis because only one of them could become a Dragon Knight. Lovis proved to be the best so he won the competition, resulting Amdusias becoming a Dragon priest. Following Lovis' failure to maintain order in Broken Valley, Maxos cursed him and entrusted Amdusias with him soul.
Amdusias loathed his master, Maxos and will be infuriated when the aspiring Dragon Knight found out this silly yet wicked jibe directed towards the failed whelp of a Dragon Knight. The idea of the Dragon Knight succeeding the Maxos Temple trials and his ears being constantly besieged by the name of his master he despised to the very end is intolerable.
After the Slayer has defeated him in combat, he will then transcend to the Hall of Echoes, where the Slayer will encountered him again (in human form) at the arena.
Interactions with the player characterEdit
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Mind reading him a second time, he will think "When I find a way to break the curse I will find Maxos and rip off his head!".
He can be mindread a third time at the Hall of Echoes to gain an additional skill point.
- Dragon No More - Amadusias requires his dragon form to be removed to continue with the trials of Maxos.
- Lost Soul - The Slayer must defeat him to obtain Lovis' soul
- In his dragon form, Amdusias will attack you from the sky with fire, at a rate of around 12 magic damage per half a second when you approach the blood altar.
- In this state he is invulnerable to all damage.
- To get him back to human form one must obtain the book, phial of blood and dragon scales.
- From afar he can do an explosive shot which can hit you for a massive 160-220 damage (varying on level, ranged resistance) as well as a regular shot for about 30-50 damage.
- He can cast Fear in close quarters combat.
- In Divinity II: Flames of Vengeance you can ask the soon-to-be-dead Decimus at the Healers' House to tease Amdusias in the Hall of Echoes by mentioning Maxos.