Fetcher is a Goebie that, as his name suggests, fetches loot for players in Raids. He will perform this service for players who were eligible to obtain drops from a boss and died, assuming their team was victorious. However, if the player logs out or did not deal enough damage to the boss, Fetcher will be unable to help. It is possible to make use of the reroll Reputation perk or Liberation of Mazcab reroll tokens after collecting loot from Fetcher.
Burial charms, tertiary drops from Beastmaster Durzag and Yakamaru, may be exchanged for Reputation (Mazcab) or Teci.
Fetcher can also inform players what bosses have yet to be killed in Raids, and can reset the lock, allowing players to be eligible for drops from the bosses again.
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- patch 19 August 2019 (Update):
- Fetcher can now be instructed to automatically reset the Liberation of Mazcab raid lock when the 48 hour timer is up.
- patch 8 May 2018 (Update):
- Clicking abandon all loot at raids fetcher but not actually abandoning it will no longer remove the option to re-roll.
- patch 18 July 2016 (Update):
- Fetcher has skipped too many arm days and so can only retrieve loot for one raids boss at a time. Players can now choose which boss to retrieve loot from in any order.
- Fetcher has been diligently attending leg day, and hence players can now reroll their raid loot from Fetcher if they have sufficient reputation or reroll tokens.
- Fetcher has read up on human etiquette, and hence has dropped the habit of stating players had used a reroll token when they actually hadn't. Repeatedly.