Zaleskar is a NPC in Divinity: Original Sin 2.



Zaleskar information

  • Holds information concerning Sebille's past (who sold her into Slavery)
  • Provides further instructions for Ifan ben-Mezd's contract from the Lone Wolves (provides weapon)
  • Advances Sebille, The Covenant, Signs of Resistance and The Escape quests



Zaleskar location

  • Zaleskar first appears in The Hollow Marshes ´╝łOn broken bridge,coordinates (X372: Y:189)


Notes and Tips

  • If Sebille is with you, let her take over conversation and she will interrogate him and find out she was abducted by Roost and sold into Slavery. This continues the Sebille quest
  • Speak with him again (after Sebille's conversation) and you'll gain more info on a variety of quests
  • If playing as Sebille, Zaleskar will require a very difficult speech check which is near impossible to succeed without several points in Persuasion.  However, once killed he drops the Withered Heart, which can be consumed to advance the storyline.

    • Anonymous

      20 Nov 2017 16:56  

      oh I killed Zaleskar . without Sebille. 4 on team and on level 4 . might have surprise you . But i did. all i did was knock him down and also slow to let him use much points if his on the move and end his turn early .

      • Anonymous

        07 Oct 2017 04:47  

        Like most other speech checks in the game, it seems that some dialogue options are more likely to succeed no matter your stats. While playing Sebille, he's much more likely to talk if you use the [Strength] option. I could not pass with 22 Finesse on the finesse check, but could with 10 Strength on the strength check.

        Hope this helps.

        • Anonymous

          30 Sep 2017 09:57  

          From what I can tell, persuading him for Sebille's quest takes about 3 persuasion and a high stat in whatever you're using (18? 20? not really sure)

          • Anonymous

            20 Jun 2017 04:44  

            Did the whole trading thing with him to get the most out of the goods, and when I went to kill him, it proved to be a rather robust experience.

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