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To Hell and BackEdit
Isendra tutored Li-Ming, and despite their protests, they were both watched closely by the Mage Clans' elder Valthek. However, Isendra started to ignore the Clans' orders, acting in the interests of the people around her, discarding the warnings. Eventually, the Clans had grown concerned over her growing arrogance and willingness to turn to forbidden magics.
At one moment, Isendra tried to stop the drought (much like one day Li-Ming did for the people of Lut Bahadur). However, she lost control of her own spell, resulting in death of many denizens of the desert to the east of Caldeum. Immediately afterwards, a Viz-Jaq'taar Assassin killed Isendra. The state of her body and surroundings showed that the sorceress did not go down without a fight.
The truth about her death was not revealed to Li-Ming, although she figured that the Mage Clans had something to do with it.
Reaper of SoulsEdit
In Act V, if the player is playing a Wizard, Isendra appears as an NPC in the Pandemonium Fortress. The Wizard (regardless of gender) recognizes her as his or her mentor, and she may be asked about how she died, only to find out that she actually does not remember, and does not care. Other questions include the matters of afterlife, and standard discussions about Malthael. The player may also tell her that she is missed.
Trying all dialogue options with her unlocks the Firefly achievement.
- ↑ Firefly
- ↑ 2013-12-08, BlizzCon 2013 – Diablo III Lore and Story Q&A Panel Transcript. Blizzplanet, accessed on 2014-04-19