|He always gets something off his chest.|
The Riddling Reaver as an ally
As long as you don't shoot him (which Logaan himself admonishes you for), then the Reaver gives you a lift in his flying ship and gives you a clue as to where you can find Mencius. Of course, he doesn't just tell you where to find him. He gives you the clue in the form of a riddle. Your direct approach, however, irritates him.
|His methods may appear|
a bit ropey but he knows
what he is doing.
Slaves of the Abyss
You are just about to defend a village from a swarm of spirit sucking insects when the Reaver falls down the chimney with a rope to help you escape. He definately knows how to make a great entrance. You have to take his help to win. The Reaver also gives you a sense of humour in a bottle, which sounds confusing but if you use it, it becomes one of the most brilliant ways you will use to incapacitate a villain.
Black Vein prophecy
The Reaver makes a brief appearance in this book. He pops out of a painting, tells you to change your ways and then does a backflip into a chest. When you open it, he is not there. The Reaver also knows how to make a good exit.
The Riddling Reaver as a villain
|Opposing the Reaver is a jarring|
That's all folks!
In Crimson Tide, you find the Reaver posing as a monk on a mountain. If you fight him and defeat him or answer his riddle, he helps you. Otherwise, he does not.
And so ends a month of tricksters. The Trickster archetype is always a fun and interesting character in every story as they usually throw everything into disarray and shake things up. Great :).