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Pozzol Broyer is a secondary troll in Vast Error. Going by the sigil etched into his chest his associated alchemic sigil could possibly be Pulverize.
Pozzol may be a reference to podzol, a typical acidic soil of coniferous or boreal forests.
Pozzol may also be a lengthening of Pozzo (Italian for a well). Additionally, "Pozzo is a character from Samuel Beckett's play Waiting for Godot... On the surface he is a pompous, sometimes foppish aristocrat, cruelly using and exploiting those around him."
Broyer may come from the french verb broyer, which can mean "destroy", "crush" or "wreck".
Pozzol was first seen amongst the group of trolls that witnessed Ellsee's appearance in Stronghold 21. Pozzol approaches Ellsee and asks her about her blood color before she distracts the crowd with magic and whimsy.
He appeared in Necron's route of Snowbound Blood with a heart on his necklace instead of a hand. He was leading a group of Mirthamaniacs meeting with a group of Harbingers of the Alpocalypse, led by Talald. He was holding an alchemical-looking stark black book, presumably given to him by the Harbingers of the Alpocalypse, which Secily and Necron attempted to take via ambush. Pozzol briefly engaged in combat with Secily before fleeing, disappearing into thin air with Talald.
Personality and Traits
Pozzol strongly implies that he himself christened Taz as a Mirthamaniac. He is also the abuser of Taz.
- It is currently unknown how he got the heart and hand he wears on his necklace or who they belong to.
- Their blood seems to be a similar shade of red, possibly meaning they were from the same person.