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Delilah Briarwood, known as Lady Briarwood, was a very powerful human wizard—a necromancer, according to Cassandra. She and her husband, Lord Sylas Briarwood, slaughtered the de Rolo family except for Percy and Cassandra, then seized Whitestone for a dark ritual involving Vecna. Although Sylas was a vampire, Delilah still loved him deeply. About five years after Whitestone fell to the Briarwoods, Percy returned with Vox Machina, fomented a citizens' rebellion, disrupted the Briarwoods' ritual, killed Sylas, and then killed a grieving Delilah. As an NPC, she was played by Matthew Mercer.
When Vox Machina first met her, Delilah was a beautiful woman with dark auburn hair, pulled up into a tight braided bun. With gloves on her feminine hands, she wore a blue and black gown that had a long, billowing skirt that tapered up to be form-fitting, wrapping up her neck nearly to her jaw.
- → See also: Briarwoods
"Crimson Diplomacy" (3x02) Edit
"Race to the Ziggurat" (3x11) Edit
"Denouement" (3x12) Edit
Character Information Edit
- Hold Person
- Dimension Door
- Finger of Death
- Power Word Stun
Notable Items Edit
- Laura Bailey was dressed as Lady Briarwood during "The Coming Storm" (6x04), which aired the week before Halloween 2016.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Matthew Mercer confirmed on Twitter that Delilah Briarwood is a necromancer wizard.
- ↑ Delilah could cast 8th-level spells, meaning she was at least a level 15 wizard.
- ↑ See "Reunions" (3x10), part 2, at 0:51:55.
- ↑ See "The Feast" (3x01) at 3:00:00.
- ↑ See "The Feast" (3x01) at 2:57:00.
- ↑ See "The Feast" (3x01) at 3:46:20. Mercer told Vax'ildan to make a Wisdom saving throw, and that he could try again at the end of each turn, in keeping with the spell description of Hold Person in D&D Player's Handbook, 5th ed., p. 251.
- ↑ See "Race to the Ziggurat" (3x11) at 3:01:04. Mercer used the phrase "power word" and specified that the effect succeeded because Vax'ildan had fewer than 150 HP, in keeping with the spell description of Power Word Stun in D&D Player's Handbook, 5th ed., p. 267.