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Fatebinder Nunoval is a character in Tyranny.
Background[edit | edit source]
Nunoval's keen, brash, and a hearty braggart with a fondness for bloodshed, a perfect choice for the Fatebinder of War. According to his peers, the jovial Nunoval dispenses fair justice, but tends toward rather exacting and uncompromising punishments at times.
Nunoval joined the court when he was yet still a boy and impetuous beyond reason. Imprisoned with a death sentence for the crime of desecrating corpses (get your mind out of the gutter, friend, he was merely burning corpses that awaited burial), before the local authority could send him to the gallows, the Adjudicator saw in him a great talent waiting to be realized, needing only to be steered. It helped that Nunoval was burning the bodies to prevent pestilence. Problem is, the superstitious northerners saw it as cheating the dead of their rightful afterlife.
Interactions[edit | edit source]
|This character is involved in quests.|
|This character has other interactions.|
Quests[edit | edit source]
- Standing Tall: Nunoval appears at your Spire if you follow the Anarchic path, summoned by Bleden Mark. He acts as backup, seizing the tower in case you fail to protect it.
Other interactions[edit | edit source]
- Beyond the above, Nunoval also offers gossip and pointers for your adventures.
- If you are following the Scarlet Chorus quest line, he will appear at Plainsgate/Halfgate, responding to missives from Ignatia that implicate you in unsavory affairs. Talk to the Fatebinder of War, but be wary of bringing Kills-in-Shadow to him. She and Nunoval have a history dating back to the Conquest, when Nunoval received a memento from her.
- Ignatia believes she and the Blood Chanters are entitled to any weapon that might aid Kyros - i.e. your Spires and anything in them. Her request is to teach the Blood Chanters in your ways, a reasonable request that didn't really need a formal inquiry request. You can allow for it, gaining →... Or have her punished (200 rings, burning on a pyre, or Nunoval's discretion).→ And you can always let her go for devotion.→→
- Regardless of your decision, you and Nunoval wind up drinking well into the night. Ah, it's good to be a Fatebinder sometimes, no?