Gratiana

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Gratiana is an NPC in Divinity: Original Sin 2.

 

 

Gratiana information

  • Gratiana is an undead, a former concubine and partner of Braccus Rex. She offered Braccus Source from villages that she destroyed in an effort to please him. While hunting a band of wizards, she came upon the shrine of Amadia, where she now is a priestess.

 

 

Gratiana location

  • Gratiana first appears in Sanctuary of Amadia next to a giant head of the goddess Amadia.
  • Gratiana can join the others during Call to Arms, and can then be found at the Abandoned Camp.
  • She is missing in action after everyone else boards the Lady Vengeance.

 

 

Notes and Tips

  • The necromancers inside The Gargoyle's Maze have bad things to say about Gratiana.
  • Inside the Vault of Braccus Rex, you can find her Soul Jar (the Tarnished Soul-Jar), which is needed to finish the quest The Eternal Worshipper.
  • Note, opening the Tarnished Soul-Jar will kill Gratiana. (Opening any soul jar will kill the linked NPC)
  • If you pass a persuasion check, you may convince Gratiana to recharge any Purging Wands you find.
  • If you give her the soul jar, she will open it, thank you, and reward you with a choice of uncommon equipment or a skill book. Party gains 30 attitude with her and 4200XP.
  • If you consume her soul, Gratiana dies and leaves behind some rare loot, Astarte's Tears, and a few skill books, and you gain 2100XP.
  • If you pretend to offer her the soul jar and instead smash it on the ground, she dies, leaves behind the above loot, and you gain 4200XP.

 

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    • Anonymous

      31 Jul 2020 03:14  

      Gratiana is the example of what RPG NPC should be. She is a complex character with a complex background. She is, as any human being, only a shade of grey, there is no black nor white. Here are tips i gathered about the character: 1) She claims that Amadia wants her soul back. When you drop her jar on the ground before her... She is shocked, and say "No! no, no, no ! Amadia, please, forgive me !". Meaning, at least, she is honest: she really considers Amadia wants her soul back, and it may even be true. 2) When you explore the feelings of the different souls in the jars... The 3 necromancers express frustration, hatred, anger and terror after they're punished by Braccus. Even though Gratiana was arguably the most wretched of them all, her soul is only weighted by deep, deep sadness. The narrator wonders if she regrets her life of leacherous luxury, or her actions. I believe that if she was regretting her ancient life, she would demonstrate the same kind of feelings as the necromancers: frustration, anger, terror, and such. I doesn't sit right for me that you only feel desperate sadness if she was only regretting her luxurious life. 3) In the vision you have of Gratiana at the time of Braccus, her vile actions are shown. She is a terrible monster. The worst of them all. But, at the end of the vision, it is said that she saw a weeping face, and that she reached out as to comfort it. But Braccus didn't allow that, and took her back, cursing her in the swamps. This weeping face is, no doubt about it, the stone face of Amadia that is in the Sanctuary. What we can say is: it's true something changed when she met Amadia. Something deep and important enough to make Braccus take radical actions towards her. At the end of day, i believe Gratiana never was and will never be a nice person. But i believe her regret is sincere, as is her devotion to Amadia, and her desire to lend her hand to the Seekers and others who are suffering. She is a ***** at times when things don't go as she pleases. But i believe Larian worked hard on their characters. It would make no sense for a character to change completely. She was an horrible wretch and even now, she is not nice. She has a ****ty temper and doesn't see harsh words and insults as being a problem. But on the other hand, she is not the wretched murderer she once was, either. The character didn't change, but evolved drastically. I believe nobody can change, but people can evolve. As such, i believe her redemption is real.

      • Anonymous

        31 Jul 2020 03:14  

        Gratiana is the example of what RPG NPC should be. She is a complex character with a complex background. She is, as any human being, only a shade of grey, there is no black nor white. Here are tips i gathered about the character: 1) She claims that Amadia wants her soul back. When you drop her jar on the ground before her... She is shocked, and say "No! no, no, no ! Amadia, please, forgive me !". Meaning, at least, she is honest: she really considers Amadia wants her soul back, and it may even be true. 2) When you explore the feelings of the different souls in the jars... The 3 necromancers express frustration, hatred, anger and terror after they're punished by Braccus. Even though Gratiana was arguably the most wretched of them all, her soul is only weighted by deep, deep sadness. The narrator wonders if she regrets her life of leacherous luxury, or her actions. I believe that if she was regretting her ancient life, she would demonstrate the same kind of feelings as the necromancers: frustration, anger, terror, and such. I doesn't sit right for me that you only feel desperate sadness if she was only regretting her luxurious life. 3) In the vision you have of Gratiana at the time of Braccus, her vile actions are shown. She is a terrible monster. The worst of them all. But, at the end of the vision, it is said that she saw a weeping face, and that she reached out as to comfort it. But Braccus didn't allow that, and took her back, cursing her in the swamps. This weeping face is, no doubt about it, the stone face of Amadia that is in the Sanctuary. What we can say is: it's true something changed when she met Amadia. Something deep and important enough to make Braccus take radical actions towards her. At the end of day, i believe Gratiana never was and will never be a nice person. But i believe her regret is sincere, as is her devotion to Amadia, and her desire to lend her hand to the Seekers and others who are suffering. She is a ***** at times when things don't go as she pleases. But i believe Larian worked hard on their characters. It would make no sense for a character to change completely. She was an horrible wretch and even now, she is not nice. She has a ****ty temper and doesn't see harsh words and insults as being a problem. But on the other hand, she is not the wretched murderer she once was, either. The character didn't change, but evolved drastically. I believe nobody can change, but people can evolve. As such, i believe her redemption is real. At the end of Act 1, once you killed Alexandar, she disappears. Some people wonder where she went. Actually, she explains it herself. When you ask her if she will go back to the Hall of Echoes afterwards, she tells you that she may do so, one day. But that for now, the world lies are her feet and she has all eternity to explore it, and praise Amadia's name. Basically, she went on travel acrosse the world, preaching Amadia's name, as her priestess.

        • Anonymous

          18 Jul 2020 10:24  

          Interesting detail: in the first game there's was an exploit through which you could make money selling a ton of items to a vendor and then when the vendor is killed/died you can retrieve all the items back. I tried to do the same with Gratiana but it doesn't work because the loot is limited, so if you sell her a lot of items, you can only loot back some of it when she dies, I believe ordered by the most valuable.

          • Anonymous

            18 Jul 2020 10:12  

            In the definitive edition they changed the dialog to make her regret more convincing and the choice more balanced.

            • Anonymous

              03 Jul 2020 03:17  

              What do the other necromancers have to say about her ? "She helped his rise to power, feeding him the Source of the innocent as she went", "Treacherous and deceitful - she could LIE BETTER THAN ANY". "She murdered countless innocents: women, children, families, towns."
              Even when sharing the memories from her jar, the narrator wonders if that is actually regret for her actions that you feel, or regret for the lecherous life and bloodlust that were her life.
              She is the absolute worst. Do not help her!

              • Anonymous

                25 Jun 2020 01:37  

                I gave her a jar that belonged to the immortal prisoners, and now i dont have the jars. i killed gratiana and she wont drop them.... any help? has she hidden them somewhere?

                • Anonymous

                  29 Apr 2020 02:06  

                  could have sworn there was another way to end this, with convincing her to bathe in the shrine's waters and truly redeeming her

                  • Anonymous

                    09 Feb 2020 00:45  

                    DO NOT GIVE HER THE WRONG SOUL JAR! Giving the wrong jar had it disapper from her Inventory after a while! YOU CANNOT COMPLETE "A FATE WORSE THAN DEATH"

                    • Anonymous

                      28 Dec 2019 18:08  

                      i gave her the jar back. after that she thank us and explained well why she did all those evil things. she sounds like she regretted much. her soul has been locked for centuries. in a way it is kind of punishment for her too. and then she break the jar herself anyway afterward.

                      • Anonymous

                        10 Dec 2019 12:47  

                        Her soul lies on top of my desk for the rest of eternity. She won't get it back and neither will I let it go to afterlife. I think I'll find a nice place for her to die and respawn for the rest of eternity.

                        • Anonymous

                          18 Nov 2019 15:13  

                          You question her once she calls you insolent pup and gets agressive af. ***** her tbh, I destroyed her jar right in front of her eyes. You go into all that trouble find her soul, consider helping her and thats how she treats you.

                          • Anonymous

                            14 Oct 2019 22:21  

                            She was helping the seekers and no reason to think she hadn't helped other people. How many ppl do you think she'd have helped over literally thousands of years since she was made undead? Probably not enough to justify the empire she helped make, but***** what else does she have to do? lol

                            • Anonymous

                              08 Jul 2018 05:12  

                              If your into thievery then keep her alive she carry's lightning spells. You can find her comrades in the max on the eastern part of the map.

                              • Anonymous

                                30 May 2018 10:12  

                                Give her soul = Uncommon item quest reward.

                                Drop her soul in front of her = 4 rare items that need level 2 Loremaster to ID.

                                If you don't use wands you won't need her later on.

                                If you do use wands, after passing a persuasion check, she'll recharge them for you.

                                • Anonymous

                                  11 Jan 2018 15:02  

                                  I consumed her soul.
                                  She burned down villages and mass-murdered men, women and children laughing, for this Source thingy with which he helped Rexx to power. If it wasn't for her, maybe Rexx couldn't have done half of what he did. Anyway, later she somehow becomes undead, turns a "priestess" (fast forward a couple of centuries to the present) and when the jars are mentioned, she hurries you to retrieve them (more the merrier) but forgets to mention that she's Braccus Rexx's undead wife who just wants her soul back, then (after her jar is retrieved) if you *dare* to ask why her name's on it, or why she's impatient, she flips, drops the act and calls you names. Some priestess she is, and by the way, how does worshipping a stone head for centuries help anybody? How's that atonement? Nope, she definitely does not regret her crimes, only its outcome. And if you drop the jar in front of her, she's like "nononono" before dying, unlike the necromancers or Withermore(?) who wanted nothing but an end to their unlife of suffering, which implies she wants keep living her unlife or maybe get back her not rotting body with her soul inside, but that makes me wonder just what the hell she's still planning. Regardless...if you drop it, you release her soul, it's afterlife for her, she might just be happier there. How's that punishment, bro?
                                  But even leaving the jar in that armory or keeping it, she might just get bored of this priestess act and gets back to killing for fun.

                                  I wish I knew exactly what happens if you consume her soul. I did that right in front of her, seemed like the best option. Wasn't all that satisfying tho, no extra conversations or anything, but after all she pulled, I wouldn't let her enjoy anything. Also wish there was a more punishing option, but oh well.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    06 Dec 2017 10:40  

                                    well i found the cave with the souls before i found her broke the vase and then wondered why the ***** she was dead before i got there XD

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