Gawin is a NPC in Divinity: Original Sin 2.



Gawin information



Gawin location




  • When a player first approaches Gawin he will converse with them (Choose options stating you are alone). Informing them of a way out of Fort Joy, but they must first obtain the Teleportation gloves from nearby Crocodiles (marked on the map). Once they are obtained he will run out of the gate in Fort Joy (the one you entered through) and go East to a cliffside. The player will be able to teleport him across the chasm, or drop him into the sand bar below. He will abandon you, betray you, either way and will leave you. His body can be found later, unless you follow him and defend him.
  • Be aware; once you have teleported him you will not be able to buy his Aerothuerge books, as he will likely be dead. It is advised you buy the books you need before completed his quest.
  • If you complete the teleporter quest, he runs off. Where he goes is Fort Joy (X:478 Y:164) (Hollow Marshes Voidwoken Deep-dweller fight). He dies in that spot, even if there are no enemies.

    • Anonymous

      05 Feb 2018 01:39  

      He betrayed me, later when i made it to the Fort Joy docks, his corpse was laying there with all the books i didnt purchase.

      • Anonymous

        06 Oct 2017 00:31  

        Dear ALl; i just played into the deepest dungeons of the fort joy prison - Found Kniles- his journal AND GAWIN dead in his prison :) #betrayal to his own death - #Retard for not stayin after all the teleporting - 4x5 20s per teleport is a bit much.. make it 3 - :D
        LOVE this game, supported the first biiiiggg time, plays without cheats :D even pirate-_-bought the second and playing skeletal to make my contribution to this AMAZING LARIAN STUDIOS _ p.s. i tested before i bought, I own all the divinity games except original sin 1 - PRAISE to this ONE studio that still makes extraordinary experiences into their games . may you live forever, and forever more; the threads of time are defined by your existence,

        • Anonymous

          05 Oct 2017 16:16  

          After teleporting him across to the dock, I went ahead and fought all the battles up until the Voidwoken Deepdweller. I ran ahead of him and when I was fighting, he sat back and cowered. Then, after the battle he ran to his usual spot and fell over dead. Is it possible to keep him alive?

          • Anonymous

            29 Sep 2017 04:05  

            Some devs are definetly stupid to screw you over for completing his stupid quest the first time. Now I cant buy the spells I want for a while just because troll devs. Get fired!

            • Anonymous

              29 Sep 2017 02:33  

              If you managed to fight along side him at the peer he will continue running into the wood, you will likely find him dead at the spot where the big ol voidwoken appears.

              • 23 Sep 2017 01:14  

                After comlete the quest with teleportation Gawin on the other side, later i find him on the battle with magisters, we fight together and after battle without a word he goes away to the wood, but i kill him

                • 20 Sep 2017 05:53  

                  If you talk to her with an elf party member, (before you tell her that her daughter is dead), it will open up more dialog. Note: you can only talk to her with the elf a couple times before she will ignore you.

                  • Anonymous

                    18 Sep 2017 06:35  

                    How long will I have to wait for an opportunity to find/craft/buy aerotheurge skill books after Gawin dies during his quest? Or should I just wait to complete his quest until after I've bought all his aero books?

                    • Anonymous

                      17 Sep 2017 13:30  

                      If you teleport him to the beach below he will go into the cave and then you will find his body in the room with the boss with the meat golems and get some quite good stuff off his corpse (as long as you have not killed the boss first)

                      • Anonymous

                        15 Sep 2017 22:45  

                        Possibly the most pointless betrayal ever in a video game. Makes sense from a gameplay perspective but the writing doesn't explain why he would rather make an enemy out of you than teleport you and go your separate ways or better yet stick with you for protection (you just managed to kill 3 wizard crocodiles after all). Horrible writing in my opinion.

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