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Necro Spells

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Kunark Release Era (added 2000)
Keeper Bile
Start Zone: West Cabilis
Quest Giver: Keeper Bile
Minimum Level: 6+
Classes: Necromancer
Related Zones: Lake of Ill Omen, Field of Bone
Related NPCs: a large scorpion, a sabertooth cub, a decaying skeleton. Gave me 2-3% experience at lvl 8.


  • a little money and a random low level necro spell


Find Keeper Bile in West Cabilis at location -380, 260, 3.

He wants you to collect some components for him. These are:

Hand in these items and receive a reward, usually a little money and a random low level spell.

This quest is repeatable and is a good way to get your low level spells (levels 1 & 4) for free. It's also a good way to make a little money by selling the spells you don't need back to Keeper Bile. -Asphyxious


Keeper Bile bows before you as a gesture of kindness and respect. 'Greetings. I am Bile, Keeper of the Apprentice Ranks. My knowledge is that of the first circle of necromancy. I was once a great necromancer, but now i have a greater calling to protect the words of Kotiz. I also Conduct many tests to ensure the spells are deciphered correctly. I am in need of an apprentice to [collect components.]'

You say, 'I will collect components'

Keeper Bile takes out a tattered scroll and looks upon its words.'Hmm. Yes. I will need the following; One large scorpion pincer, one sabertooth cub canine and two brittle skulls. Bring these to me and I shall pay you and if I have an overscribed spell, I shall give you that also.

Upon handing him a Sabertooth Cub Canine, a Large Scorpion Pincer and two Brittle Iksar Skulls:

Keeper Bile tosses the items into a nearby box and reaches into a sack at his feet. He hands you your reward. 'This spell is going to need some major testing. I can always use more of the same components.'