Profile[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Personality[edit | edit source]
Eschewing the entanglements of politics and seeking only to grow closer to the Destroyer, H'raha is a fanatical proponent of his sect's devotion to martial perfection. So uncompromising is his zealotry that he willingly compels his disciples to fight to the death when the prize is the opening of one's chakras. Satisfied with nothing less than the mastery of all fourteen chakras, H'raha sends those who would be his successors to hunt down and defeat Widargelt and the other disciples of the sect of light.
Story[edit | edit source]
Since to open the aspect of the opposite chakra it is necessary to face a disciple of the opposite element, H'raha Tia sent two of her disciples, D'zentsa and O'tchakha, to pose as Widargelt's apprentices. H'raha also sent her pupils to attack and prey on Widargelt. Once both Widargelt and the Warrior of Light awaken the new chakra, D'zentsa and O'tchakha reveal the existence of the shadow sect and return to H'raha.
H'raha orders D'zentsa and O'tchakha to fight to the death to open her chakra. In the confrontation D'zentsa throws O'tchakha off the cliff so that she could escape on her own. H'raha sends her minions to confirm O'tchakha's death but they are defeated by Widargelt and the Warrior of Light. Later, H'raha Tia goes himself to silence O'tchakha. H'raha Tia offers to free D'zentsa and O'tchakha in exchange for Widargelt's life and the Warrior of Light's servitude and leaves the scene for them to consider the proposal. The party decides to confront H'raha Tia and rescue D'zentsa. Widargelt tries in vain to convince H'raha Tia that fighting each other is not the way to go. In the middle of the battle, the Warrior of Light's final chakra opens, allowing him to face H'raha Tia on an equal footing. And with D'zentsa's belated help, the party manages to defeat him.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
H'raha Tia Fistborn is faced during a special instance in the level 60 Monk quest "Appetite for Destruction".