The Brigmore Witches are a coven located in the city of Dunwall, taking up residence in the abandoned Brigmore Manor. While little is known about them, they are said to be powerful black magic practitioners who have at least some involvement with the Outsider.
They are hostile toward the Whalers, with their leader, Delilah Copperspoon, directing Overseers to attack their base and attempting to have Daud killed, and they are the main antagonists of Dishonored's final DLC, The Brigmore Witches.
Equipment and skillsEdit
Each witch receives her powers from Delilah; this sharing and bestowing of powers is similar to Daud and his assassins. Witches possess several supernatural abilities, such as Blink. They can perform a Windblast-like scream and fire several conjured projectiles. Master Witches are capable of summoning Blood Briars--tendrils that pull and ensnare Daud, causing significant damage.
Idle Chat Edit
- "Are we to watch Lady Delilah paint tonight?"
- "One of my dear sisters has wandered away from here." (when noticing a companion is missing)
- "Are you brewing the elixir again this week?"
- "Will you join us for a swim later?"
Idle Answer Edit
- "Please. I'm sick of hearing about it."
- "Yes, of course, my love."
- "Let me see, where could you be?"
- "Be thorough. We must make sure."
- "Oh, I'll find you!"
- "Come out, come out, wherever you are..."
- "We know you're here, you skullwug!"
- "If you come out I have a present for you.
- "Oh, no!"
- "By the Void!"
- "Gone, gone. Just like that." (when enemy escapes)
- "Wake up, you fool." (when finding unconscious body)
- "Bring him down, sisters!" (when enemy is out of reach)
- "Get around him!"
- When out of combat, the witches have a human-like skin color. However once a witch is in combat, her skin changes to a plant-like green. When the witch is defeated, her skin changes back to normal.
- In Dishonored, they are mentioned in a note by Anton Sokolov about making statues of the witches for the Golden Cat.
- In addition to serving Delilah, the Brigmore Witches take a particular interest in Daud; Delilah claims in The Knife of Dunwall that she is sparing him for the "sake of [her] sisters," and two witches in the Brigmore Manor solarium can be heard claiming their sisters speak of him with awe, "like stupid school girls."
- According to Harvey Smith, the Brigmore Witches are "a diverse mix, all called by Delilah's Arcane Bond power," and they come from different cultures and socio-economic levels.
- The first person to join Delilah was named Breanna, and "they roamed the lands, wild and free."
Characters in The Brigmore Witches