Things we have learned about Watt

  • Watt was an officer in the Imperial Estaran Navy before that nation fell
  • For some reason, Watt really really hates religion.
  • Watt was holding several gnomes captive in a shanty town. The gnomes were being forced to work on a “Super Sonar Sextant”, and were being controlled with a mystical green drug. ( Finding Pelorius)
  • Watt enslaved several Treants and had them producing ships for him at a very rapid rate. This operation was disrupted by Darrow’s allies. ( Shiver Me Timbers)
  • At some point in the past, Watt took over Fort Grune. He closed all the churches and had most of the priests crucified. (They’re Doing Watt?!?)
  • Watt kept some of Fort Gune’s priests alive and used them to produce his green drug (called Watts Revenge?). The drug was produced by draining fluid from their bodies and running it through a barrel containing a strong source of negative energy (a piece of the devourer’s temple). This process was conducted secretly in the closed churches. (They’re Doing Watt?!?)
  • Production of Watt’s Revenge was largely disrupted by Darrow’s allies when Fort Gune was retaken. Watt’s forces managed to escape with some of the devourer relics. (Watts da Matter?)
  • On another of Watt’s islands, he was using slaves to harvest bat guano from local caves. The process was overseen by a man-bat (lycanthrope?). The operation has been disrupted. ( Man-Bat)
  • A woman named Bryant was on Watt’s boat. It is unclear if she was his prisoner or his ally. (Wat???)
  • Watt had discovered a ruined temple of the devourer on an island called Craytor. Amongst the ruins was a powerful soul-absorbing crystal. The crystal also had the power to send the collected souls to other locations (initially used to feed the devourer in its prison). It was destroyed by Darrow’s allies, and the shards were collected. ( Watt’s Giant Black Shaft)
  • At one of his main strongholds, Watt had set up a soul transference apparatus. With this machine he could place the soul of a living person into an artificial body. Several of his men had already performed this procedure. This machine was destroyed by Darrow’s allies. (Watt are you doing with those souls?)
  • Admiral Watt must have undergone the soul transference process himself at some point. When Darrow’s allies encountered him, they discovered that he his body was made of wood and metal. (Wat??? and Watt are you doing with those souls?)
  • Watt was killed during the battle in which his soul transference machine was destroyed. When he died, his body exploded and left a residual negative energy effect on everyone who was nearby at the time. (Watt are you doing with those souls?)

Things we have learned about Watt

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