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Djaul

Djaul is the Protector of Descendre. He has one dream and one dream alone: to plunge the World of Twelve into an eternal winter. How? By prolonging his month ad infinitum, of course! Every year he battles with Jiva in hope of purloining a few of her precious days. Fortunately for us, the Protector of Javian is having none of it!

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Centoror

Adventurers born under the sign of Centoror are born “takers”. That means that they have an annoying tendency to take others' belongings for themselves. Their motto is “All that is yours is mine - especially if it’s valuable!” If they're unlucky enough to be an Enutrof disciple too, this character trait will make them the biggest skinflint known to man!

Ingmar
Ingmar is the Meridia of the Colour White. He spends his days making sure that clean, white things keep their sheen! It's tougher than it sounds, especially when you're talking about Gobballs... Ingmar works such long hours with the mucky beasts that he almost always looks drawn and pale. At least he's setting an example!

The Meridian Effect

Today, the World of Twelve is going to become as dreary and pallid as a Vampyre's butt, whiteheads included. Rather than dwell on that image, which is sure to make you blanch, why not knock the colour out of a few Dandelions, or get picking some Snowdrops?

DOFUS bonuses and quests

Bonus: Plenty to pick
The quantity of Snowdrops harvested by alchemists is increased by 175%.

Quest: Offering for Ingmar

Find 5 Snowdrop and take the offering to Antyklime Ax

WAKFU quest

Ingmar


Triviax

Ligoriss is the head of the Magik Riktus bandits. His replica Black Crow Set is enough to make most adventurers faint with fear! On the other hand, dressing in white when you're actually the meanest of the mean is an original - albeit pretty dishonest - technique!