Magister Yarrow at the Fort Joy Ghetto in Divinity: Original Sin II (D:OS2)

Magister Yarrow is an NPC in Divinity: Original Sin 2

Found walking on the wall of the Ghetto, close to where Ralvo and his gang are playing cards.


Magister Yarrow seems to be looking for someone, and is in distress from not finding that person.





Magister Yarrow - You there. Elf. I'm looking for an inmate. A smallish man, thick spectacles, prone to... somewhat eccentric chatter. He wears a large bronze pendant with a dragon stamped into it. Have you seen him?

Sebille - ‘Apologise and say you haven't.*

Magister Yarrow - Useless. It's a very important matter that I locate this Migo. Tell me if you hear mention of him.


Sebille - *Ask why she's looking for him.*

Magister Yarrow - None of your business, inmate. Find me if you hear of a Migo. Otherwise, don't waste my time.

Magister Yarrow - Don't disturb me again unless you've seen Migo.


Magister Yarrow - You there. I'm looking for an inmate. He wears a large bronze ring with a dragon stamped into it. Name of Migo.


Magister Yarrow - Don't disturb me again unless you've seen Migo.

Sebille - ‘Recall the madman who attacked you on the beach and say you may have seen him.*

Magister Yarrow - You have seen him? Tell me - where was he?

Sebille - * Avoid giving details and say you saw his corpse on the beach.*

Narrator - *The magister goes slightly slack for a brief moment, as though nothing but her spine were keeping her upright.*

Magister Yarrow - And you're... you're very sure it was him?

Sebille - *Tell her you don’t have any hard evidence.* Magister Yarrow - Don’t waste my time, inmate.


Sebille - *Nod. You're certain.*

Magister Yarrow - How... how do you know?

Sebille - *Say the creature you met matches her description.*

Magister Yarrow - Creature? I'm not looking for a creature, but a man. Don't... don’t waste my time.




Strategy Guide/Tips[edit]

  • If you kill Migo, Magister Yarrow won't believe that you found him unless you hand him Migo's Ring as proof.


  • "Where IS he?"
  • "Come on old man... I can't wait all day"
  • "I told him at noon exactly... didn't I?"
  • "He hasn't changed a bit. Always late"
  • "What have I done? What have I done?"
  • "What did they do to him...? What did they do to him...? Leave me be. Leave!"