Klog, from Ultima VII
Klog appeared to rank among the Fellowship elite, and prior to the events of Ultima VII he had hired the blacksmith Christopher to help in constructing the blackrock pedestals necessary for the construction of the black gate. When the man refused to deliver the project, Klog sent him warning, and eventually became embroiled in the craftsman's ritual assassination by Hook.
When the Avatar encountered Klog during the investigation of Christopher's murder, Klog feigned ignorance of the affair, having used his seemingly oblivious wife, Ellen, as an alibi for the night of the murder. While he admitted to having an altercation with the dead blacksmith, he denied all knowledge of the crime or any of the evidence gathered during the inquiry made by the hero. Later, the branch leader would give a disingenuous sermon to the assembled Fellowship of Trinsic, eulogizing both the slain man and Inamo, a gargoyle who had been killed in the course of the murder to avoid witnesses.
Later, after the Avatar had obtained the blackrock cube, Klog could be forced by magical means to confess his involvement in the affair. While his fate ultimately remains unknown, it is not unlikely that Klog faced trial for his crimes in the eventual Reconstruction.
- Klog's portrait appears to be a mirrored and masculinized copy of Ellen's, perhaps a nod to the notion that "like attracts like."