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Fane is a character in Divinity: Original Sin 2.


Fane is the only Undead companion. He is an Eternal, a very special and very old Undead, other undead will have no understanding of what he speaks of as they are recent undead.

Fane is on a journey to understand the new modern world and to find his people.


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Fane QuestEdit

Fane is located in the Hidden Alcove just north of Fort Joy. The path is hidden, so watch out for hanging plants. You can also be on the quest: The Teleporter and have told Gawin you have the Gloves of Teleportation. He will then show you the way.

Dialog with Nebora can give +10 attitude.

Inside Fort Joy, kill Kniles the Flenser and loot Face Riper. Dialog before battle can give +10 attitude.

Windego, the sourcerer who created the chaos on the ship, can be found at the northern beach of the island. When you escaped Fort Joy, kill her and loot Fane's Mask of the Shapeshifter. Dialog before battle can give +30 attitude.

(If Fane is not on your team when fighting Dallis on Lady Vengeance, he will die and no longer be recruited)

When you reached Reaper's Coast, take Fane with you when you investigate Blackpits. (The Midnight Oil, A Generous Offer or Dark Dealings in the Blackpits)

At the Ancient Temple, Fane will learn from Eternal Aetera what really happened to their race.

On Nameless Isle, Fane will recognize the structures belongs to Eternals. Later, he must decide who whether to serve God King or not (if you sided with black rings, Thinning the Herd), and who will be the next divine. (when you reached the Academy)

At Arx, a former colleague of Fane's accosted him in hexapod Voidwoken form. She suggested he take the power of Divinity and use it to restore the Eternals. She said he could seal the God King on the other side of the Veil, saving the Eternals from the Void.

In the Crypt of Lucian, persuade Fane to support your claim to divinity, or support him to be next divine. (or kill him if he refused to support you.)