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Conan

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Conan
Conan
Stats
Type NPC
Temperament Passive
Race Cimmerian
Faction Relic Hunters
Location(s) Sepermeru, Waterside
X: -237689
Y: 86913
Z: -3919

Description[edit | edit source]

Conan, also known as Conan the Barbarian, Conan the Cimmerian, or Conan of Cimmeria, is a major plot character in Conan Exiles.
He's first seen in both the opening cinematic and the character's starting cinematic.
He can later be found at the tavern in the Waterside area of Sepermeru, City of the Relic Hunters where he will have dialogue regarding the main storyline.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Conan can be found at the following locations:

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Conan isn’t supposed to be a thrall. You can summon him in the admin panel (because you can summon all NPCs), but since he’s not supposed to be a thrall he only has a certain number of hit points.[1]

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

First Contact[edit | edit source]

So, you live. And we meet again. Tell me, have you had a good chance to look around? Seen your fill of these Exiled Lands. It's not too late to get back on that crucifix!

Greeting[edit | edit source]

Aye?
Still walking, dead one?
Can't a man drink cheap wine in peace?

Conversation[edit | edit source]

Any fool can see that you need answers. Left hanging for the vultures on that cross. A cursed bracelet that keeps you trapped in this place. Everybody trying to kill each other. I should leave you all to your fate. I don't have the stomach for sorcery. Give me a foe that I can strike with cold iron! Bah! I'll be here a while. The wine tastes like boiled camel's piss and the bread's halt-weevil, but I'm comfortable enough. If you have questions... ask.
I wandered for a while after I pulled you from that cross. In the south, I found desperate souls and Darfari man-eaters. In the east, apes that walked like men among the overgrown ruins of an ancient city. I found an amphitheatre where the ancient dead walked and the memories of ancient battles stained the sand. It stank of sorcery. So I left.
I have travelled far and seen much. From the glittering ice of Asgard to the jungle expanses of the Black Kingdoms, I have been thief, pirate and mercenary. But nowhere have I seen gods as I see them in this land. These avatars that stalk and spread destruction in their wake. These are not gods. These are what men want the gods to be. Weapons.
There is a woman. I freed her from the cross, just as I did you. I've followed her trail across the Exiles Lands. I missed her here, by a scant few hours. She had left in search of a map room and a way to free herself from the Exiled Lands. Her trail ended in the Map Room. She was gone and all her companions, slaughtered. Listen! If you have news of Razma of Shem... Let me know.
What do I know of sorcerers and their feuds? I do not dabble in the dark arts. But whoever, and whatever, put you here is a wielder of the dark arts. You are like a wolf in a trap. You struggle to flee and yet, in the end it will kill you. Be smarter. Find out what they want. Then hold it close. They will come for it and then... Your jaws around their throat.
Just remember this. If you do succeed, if you do manage to find a way to remove your bracelet and leave the Exiled Lands. You will have to make a choice. Stay, and be the hero of your own story, or leave, and risk losing it all? The choice will be yours. Choose wisely.

Farewell[edit | edit source]

Walk warily, my twice-dead friend.
I'll be here until the wine runs out.
Try not to get killed.

Artwork[edit | edit source]

Conan the Barbarian Artwork by Jonas Skoog 3D Character Artist: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/8zxLE

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Location of Conan at the Waterside Tavern. Exterior shot of Waterside Tavern. Interior shot of Waterside Tavern. Conan at the Waterside Tavern.

References[edit | edit source]