Enlor, from Ultima V: Lazarus
Ultima V: Lazarus
In Ultima V: Lazarus, Enlor was proud to announce to the Avatar that Mysticism was one of the few shops in Britannia that carried nightshade and mandrake root. Besides being a merchant, he was one of the mystics of Cove, saying the mystics were the remainder of those whom founded the town, and were tasked with guiding it. Enlor felt that things had been off in Britannia since the Codex of Ultimate Wisdom had been raised. The mage also studied magical theory, and believed there was a system to magic, and if it was researched, he believed more powerful magic would be possible. He had an apprentice, Alfred, who he had sent two months previously to Buccaneer's Den on a quest to find a book called "Ignap's Book of Wisdom", but hadn't heard from his since.
Enlor highly praised Jessica's healing skills, saying she was second only to Lord British. He spoke highly of Ava and Leona, the caretakers of the Temple of Virtue, saying how the town viewed them the same as mystics because of their powerful visions, lamenting the loss of the eldest sister who had the power to see the future. Enlor told how Vortigyrn was a bard of some renown, who also suffered from lack of sleep, and frequently bought sleeping potions. He also felt the bard must have had magical training, for he had great insight into the field.
The Avatar could choose to go to Buccaneer's Den and find the book Enlor wanted from Daem. There, the Avatar further learned that Alfred had been captured and sent to Waveguide as a test subject for Gregory. If the Avatar investigated the lighthouse and found a letter from Alfred, the hero could choose to return the book for 100 gp, as well as the note confirming Alfred's death.
The Ultima 6 Project
In The Ultima 6 Project, a tombstone in Empath Abbey reads, "Enlor died of guilt and shame - With ne'er a copper to his name."