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Gender Male
Job Class Scientist
Race Norman
Friends unknown, although rumors speak of his 'troubled love life'
First Appearance Episode 10 (Ragnarok Online)
No one shall interrupt my research! If you dare, I'll simply... Eat you. Eat you alive.
~ Wolfchev

Wolfchev is a researcher working under the Rekenber Corporation and the person responsible for the inhumane experiments performed in the Regenschirm Laboratory.

Personality[edit | edit source]

Wolfchev is abrasive person, with a penchant for threatening others and insulting their intelligence. He's very impatient and gets agitated at anything he perceives to be interrupting his research. However, this changes entirely when the subject of glass beads is brought up, even more so upon having been brought one as a favour. From an irritable scientist Wolfchev turns into a giddy, slightly deranged person who's willing to spend a few minutes to talk about his research—just not in too much detail.[1]

The next time we meet Wolfchev, he's much more abrasive; the events that transpired between the two quests left him twitchy and agitated - he's quick to run away and prone to random laughing outbursts. After his experimentations turn against him, he becomes much more cooperative and asks for your aid.[2]

Story[edit | edit source]

SPOILER WARNING: Plot and/or ending details follow.

Beginning his work under Regenschirm after a high recommendation, Wolfchev's aim is to make normans stronger and more powerful. He believes his work will benefit the entire world, satisfying normankind's desire to gain power and dominance over the weaker.

Wolfchev's research seems to be held in high regards by the corporation, gaining him the recognition of a genius and "model scientist". He's a respected professional and thus, gets a lot of freedom concerning the specifics of his study. He quickly begins to abuse this trust, moving from experimenting on authorized animal subjects to kidnapping slum residents and using them as his guinea pigs.[3]

After his secret being compromised, Wolfchev disappears, having moved to the depths of the laboratory's basement. He continues his research there, unknowing to his employers and the public.[4]

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