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Fall-From-Grace is a succubus, one of the tanar'ri, a creature literally formed of raw chaos and evil, her body and mind the perfect template to tempt a man of any species, any age. She is the proprietress of the Brothel for Slaking Intellectual Lusts.

In order to add Fall-From-Grace to your party, you must first speak with all nine intellectual "prostitutes" in the Brothel of Slating Intellectual Lusts. After you've completed this task and realized that you are the tenth student, Fall-From-Grace will offer to join your party.

Starting Equipment:

Fall-From-Grace's Chastity Bodice
Fall-From-Grace's Earrings


My past is not a long one, at least by tanar'ri standards. I do not know if you are familiar with the tanar'ri, but we are a race of the Abyss, a staggered series of Planes filled with chaos and evil hearts.

I am a tanar'ri, a fiend, a succubus... I grew up upon the first plane of the Abyss. My mother was a succubus herself -- as I'm sure you are aware, succubi tempt mortals to bring their souls to the Abyss. My mother was among the finest, seducing countless mortal men to their eternal damnation. She now dwells in the Abyss, selling her children into slavery.

She sold me to the baatezu, the blood enemies of the tanar'ri. I think she rather expected that they would kill me -- despite her knowledge of other subjects, she knows little of their culture and the delight they take in tormenting others.

Fortunately, the baatezu are a proud species. The thought a tanar'ri could best them at anything was something intolerable to them. So I challenged one of the proudest of the balor to a contest of improvisation, and it was here that my tanar'ri heart allowed me to win the day. The tanar'ri are chaotic creatures, wild and unpredictable. The baatezu are more cunning fiends, with orderly hearts. They understand improvisation, but they are not among its best practitioners. And thus, I won my freedom.

That was a very long time ago. I left the lower planes for Sigil. I encountered the Society of Sensation, and my experiences upon the baatezu instilled in me a desire to learn more of the multiverse.

Why? I believe there is a truth to the multiverse... even if that truth is that there is no truth at all. I believe that the Planes are meant to be experienced, and the more one experiences, in traveling, in joy, in pain, in merriment or in suffering, the more the multiverse reveals itself to you...

And the more you are revealed to yourself.

NPC Conversations:

Fall-From-Grace is the source of several important conversations. Here's a list of the most rewarding dialogue:
  • Simply convincing Fall-From-Grace to join your party is worth 20,000 experience points.

  • Asking her about Morte's baatorian smell to learn that he isn't a Mimir. Demand the truth from Morte and he'll eventually admit that Fall-From-Grace was right. Follow this conversation to earn a total of 36,000 experience points and to get Morte a +4 bonus to strength, a +2 bonus to dexterity, and a +2 bonus to constitution.