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Unlike the other E'jja under the control of The Core, Widowmaker was already something less than human in his previous incarnation. Unburdened by the memories of his past life - of the few remaining moral constraints that weighed on his conscience Widowmaker fully embraced his new occupation, quickly mastering the art of dimensional teleportation.
His countenance fearsome, the humped monstrosity struck fear into prey before cutting them down with his massive meat hooks. Having chosen the specific means of his destruction (a mystery known only to himself and The Core), he was immune to gunshots, blade wounds, fire, and strangulation. He knew, as most E'jja do, how to manifest within the minds of targets, where he could render them brain-dead. Weighing hundreds of pounds and measuring over ten feet in height, Widowmaker easily posed a threat to most opponents, even the most powerful wizards on Amrahly'nn. For those targets beyond his ability to kill, the e'jja would call forth the destructive power of his greatest weapon, the Well of Souls, as few could withstand such a device.
In 1514, the djinni Anhiklahl granted Lusiphur three wishes in return for her release from captivity. Among these wishes, the elf asked for the Well of Souls. Widowmaker swore vengeance for the thievery, intending to kill Luse and recapture the lost artifact. Over the years, Widowmaker has frequently attacked Lusiphur, only to suffer a string of defeats. Banished first from the confines of his mind, Widowmaker suffered his greatest setback when Lusiphur's ex-wife, the sorceress Hyena, expelled him forever from their plane of existence. Though the two have met in battle in Sanctuary's pocket dimension, Widowmaker has spent most of his time meditating on ways around the mystic barrier.