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    Lucan D'Lere

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    Once a noble Knight of Truth, he was overtaken by a lust for power and created the Freeport Militia. After slaying a fellow paladin, a curse (blessing) from an evil god gave him eternal life and the power to rule Freeport for hundreds of years.

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    Sir Lucan Dlere

    In the events of EverQuest, Sir Lucan D'Lere is the leader of the corrupt Freeport Militia that is vying for complete control of the human city of Freeport.

    In the unlikely event that he is slain, Lucan will immediately rise again as an undead skeleton. Though much easier to defeat than when he was alive, the undead Lucan should not be taken lightly. He carries a letter called the Testimony of Truth, which is used during the quest for the legendary weapon known as Soulfire. This sword is required during the paladin epic quest for the Fiery Defender.




    • Coalition of Tradefolk Underground
    • The Freeport Militia

    Opposing Factions

    • Knights of Truth
    • Priests of Marr

    Related Quests

    • Message Intercept
    • The Traitor
    • Zimel's Blades


    • Boots of Brawn
    • Testimony of Truth (Undead)
    • Words of Bondage

    EverQuest II

    In the events of EverQuest II, Overlord Lucan D'Lere is the ruler of Freeport, which is one of only two remaining cities after the great cataclysm that tore Norrath apart.

    Lucan D'Lere is voiced by Christopher Lee.


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