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Chief Inspector William Wisting is an experienced policeman familiar with the dark side of human nature. He lives in challenging times for the Norwegian police force, meeting them with integrity and humanity, and a fragile belief that he can play a part in creating a better world.Dregs begins with a police report giving the place and time of the discovery of a training shoe washed up on the sand, containing a severed foot. Soon a second shoe is washed up, but it is another left foot. What is the explanation for this? Has there been some kind of terrible accident at sea? Does it indicate the killing and dismembering of two victims? Is there a link with the unsolved mystery of a number of disappearances in the Larvik area in recent months? In this gripping police procedural, Wisting gradually gets to the bottom of the mystery with the help of his all too human colleagues and his journalist daughter, Line.
In order to enter the dungeon, simply follow the ghost's lead and perform a blood sacrifice. To do this, just lure an enemy NPC up into the chamber and kill it on the circular platform.
Literally speaking, dregs refers to sediment at the bottom of a liquid such as tea, but figuratively you can use dregs to mean "a small amount left." If you are running out of food in your refrigerator, you might say, "We're down to the dregs in here." Dregs is also used in the same way as the expression "bottom of the barrel."
Noun: A person who represents the lowest of the low - unemployed, unwashed, but not necessarily homeless, often invlved in petty crime; the guys you see dregging around downtown as they continue their drunk from the night before while you're on your way to work; reprobates.
In the NPCs category. Added in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.