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Rafiki Expert Necromancer.jpg
Species: Human
Profession: Necromancer Necromancer-icon.png
Level(s): 20

General[edit | edit source]

Rafiki is a Necromancer expert for the Sunspears. He teaches about hexes together with Suti, a Mesmer expert.

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To Necromancers or those without a secondary profession:

"Those corsairs are like a plague... and not the good kind. They burned my house. Can you believe that?"
Tell me about Hexes.
"Hex spells cause negative effects for a period of time. They may damage your foes directly, prevent them from using certain skills, or decrease their abilities. A small, purple downward arrow on a character's Health Bar indicates that a Hex spell has been cast upon your character. If a Hex spell is cast upon you, you can read its description and learn its effects by hovering your mouse over the spell's icon in the top left corner of your default screen. Hex spells that cause Health degeneration will turn your Health Bar purple."

During quest Secondary Training:

"I lived in Chahbek Village in the finest house on the hill. Now it's the finest blackened lump of char. Ekundayo will you that the corsairs are going to rebuild what they burned, but I've no real interest in zombie labor. Cursing, that's my specialty. Painful, long-lasting, agonizing, debilitating... oh, sorry, I was ranting again. Cursing, yes. Beautiful and effective. Are you interested?"
Can you teach me some Necromancer skills?
(Rafiki teaches you the skills Life Siphon and Faintheartedness)
Tell me about Hexes.
(see above)

To those of other professions with the secondary profession already chosen:

"Necromantic Hexes, Suti, are far stronger than those available to other professions. Wouldn't you agree?"

Trivia[edit | edit source]

Rafiki is the name of the mandrill that appeared in the movie The Lion King.

Rafiki is a word in a native African language that translates to "friend".