Darien Gautier is a Breton captain of the Camlorn Guard, residing in Camlorn, Glenumbra. He is the son of General Gautier, and is first met in the Camlorn Chapel. It is later implied that he is romantically interested in Gloria Fausta.
Personality and traitsEdit
He is shown to be very confident and capable at times, as well as flirtatious and lighthearted. For example, he is capable of seducing a Montclair Captain for information. Even when preparing to fight Molag Bal in Coldharbour, he takes the time to fantasize about beautiful women.
General Gautier believes his son Darien, the captain of the Camlorn Guard is still alive inside the city. He hopes to use Darien's master key to unlock the Camlorn gates. Then the Lion Guard can surround Faolchu's werewolves and retake the city.
The Vestige stand with Captain Gautier and the rescued camlorn citizens. The time to retake Camlorn from Faolchu has arrived.
The final battle against Angof begins now. The Vestige needs to get inside and navigate the labyrinth of catacombs to find a safe place for Gabrielle and the soldiers to teleport into.
Darien discovered that we need three shard-keys to open the three looks that protect Angof's inner sanctum.
Darien appears in a minor capacity during negotiations in Stirk.
During the assault on Coldharbour, he can be found in the Fighters Guildhall once King Laloriaran Dynar has been rescued from The Lightless Oubliette. He has assumed command, beong the only noble-born there, however once apoken to, he will agree to give Dynar a chance.
- "What brings you to our pleasant little city? The war? The blood? The thrice-damned werewolves?"
- "Welcome to Rivenspire! Land of beautiful women and an ugly war!"
Speaking to Darien after some gates are closed will reveal that he had a vision, presumably of he Colored Rooms. After the Coldharbour objective is complete, Darien will disappear, with no one knowing where he went. In the book A Plea for Help, found within the library of the Temple of Ire in Orsinium, is written by Darien and addressed to you. In Anvil, Gabrielle Benele will be researching what happened to Darien, and assumes that since he was not found dead and did not come back, he simply returned somewhere else. Telling her of the aforementioned note will lead her to know where to look for Darien.