Ravenwood Roll Call: Dworgyn



It was a dark and stormy night in Darkmoor, when, in the laboratory of the infamous Dr. Finkelstein, Dworgyn was born to Finkelstein’s trusty Lab Assistant. Assisting Darkmoor’s “eccentric” scientists was a long-running tradition in the family, and Dworgyn was groomed to follow his father into service. But late at night, when lights were low, Dworgyn was secretly reading comic books! He idolized the fictional Necromancer Jamie Skinner and had a complete collection of his comics… until his father tossed them into the Darkmere Abyss.

Dworgyn had failed his exams – the boy couldn’t tell a beaker from a test tube! In disgust, Dworgyn’s father determined his son would become a Valet, and soon learned of an open position in service to a Necromancer in Wizard City.

Life for in Wizard City was brighter for Dworgyn, but no less frustrating. His new boss, Malistaire Drake, found him to be an utter nincompoop, and reminded him of this fact daily, when Dworgyn misplaced or destroyed another of Malistaire’s treasured black robes.

Then one day, as Malistaire tried for the umpteenth time to teach a student a simple Infection charm, he exclaimed that he “would have better luck teaching his oaf of a valet.” In a rare fit of humor, Malistaire did just that. What he did not expect, however, was how naturally and skillfully Dworgyn executed the charm.

Later, at home, Malistaire’s wife, Sylvia, chuckled at her husband’s surprise. She pointed out that Dworgyn might actually make a talented wizard. And thus it was that Dworgyn found himself being instructed in Necromancy by Malistaire himself. He mastered his lessons with ease, but then, nearly four years after Dworgyn’s first charm spell, Sylvia Drake fell ill and died. Malistaire disappeared mysteriously without leaving a single word for Dworgyn.

Feeling like a failure, Dworgyn returned to Darkmoor and began serving his Ant Aunts in Dimwood Vale. He despaired of ever finding happiness. Still, a glimmer of a hope led Dworgyn to secretly apply for the position Malistaire had vacated, and that hope was realized when one fateful night. a young Wizard invited him back to Wizard City! After assisting the wizard in a duel with the mysterious Ostrame, Dworgyn was awarded the position of Assistant Death Professor.

Happily teaching his student in the murky shadows of Night Side, Dworgyn finally found his place.

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30 thoughts on “Ravenwood Roll Call: Dworgyn”

  1. Honesty @wizard101 you guys should consider making a show on nicktoons or Nickelodeon I bet anything it would be a hit and bring good success to the game I’d start it out as a death wizard and a storm wizard as his friend who becomes his rival who makes fun of him for not having a school until he meets dyrogan.. I can make up all kinds of stories lol Hmu Kingsisle

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  2. I realized that this roll call forgot that Dworgyn actually worked for Katzenstein in Marleybone.

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  3. I want an ARCANUM ROLL CALL now plz. :). it doesn't have to be called 'Roll Call', but you know what I mean. I wanna learn more about the professors in Arcanum. even the Astral/Shadow ones.

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  4. Glad they finally explained where Dworgyns "Ants" house was. (In Darkmoor.) I've been wondering since the 5 B.O.X.E.S. came out last October. (Before Darkmoor) XD

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  5. DONT WORRY DWORGYN, I WILL FIX THE DEATH SCHOOL SO THAT IT WILL BE BACK IN RAVENWOOD WHERE THE REST OF THE SCHOOLS ARE C: only the death school, no death tree, he stays in nightside because he scared me multiple times!

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  6. So, are these Ravenwood Roll Calls going to be limited to just the teachers, or other NPCs as well?  I'd love to learn more about people like Prospector Zeke, and how Merle first met Gamma, and all of that stuff.

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  7. I remembered dworgyns quest in the boxes mission I loved his story it was my favorite out of the bunch even though I'm not a death student kind of guy.

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  8. I love these! When are we getting a Malistaire Roll Call? He was a teacher, plus we've never seen the actual good side to him.

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