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Category : Dishonored NPCs. This page was last modified on 23 October , at She also personally notes that of her many friends, she was the only one to be painted by Anton Sokolov when he was first coming to prominence. When she did marry, she and her husband traveled widely, "to the far ends of the Isles. The expedition was marked by madness and death, which started when Vera took an interest in the practices of the continent's ancient peoples.
This appears to be where she first came into contact with the Outsider. The experience caused Vera to lose her sanity and later go blind. At some point, Vera gained a level of immortality by binding her soul to a cameo of herself, an act taken from her husband's journal notes concerning an ancient Pandyssian legend.
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On her return to Dunwall, Vera's circumstances spiraled into misfortune—she lost her status in high society and began living on the streets. According to Slackjaw, when he was a young child, Vera was already well-known as Granny Rags. Granny Rags provides Corvo with two secondary missions during his quest to kill Thaddeus Campbell , the High Overseer.
Her first mission requires Corvo to deal with a group of "gentlemen callers" who have come to collect protection money from her. The second involves infecting their elixir still with the rat plague from viscera found at the Offices of Dr.