Which means that Belkor now knows that Durkon isn't really himself, and is a worshiper of a goddess (so not Thor, unless he's wearing drag or something), and if he was paying attention, the high priest of said goddess. Of course, knowing Belkor, his actions with this information will be more hilarious than useful, but that's just part of his charm. I'm sure they'll all stumble into a solution presently.
The interesting side bit to this is that Darkon is now protected from attack just like any of the other delegates. So they can't take any action against him (yet). Also potentially throws a monkey wrench into the whole resurrection plan too. The spirit controlling his body is the recognized high priest of Hel, and I'd assume any attempt to drive it out would be a violation of some kind of rules for the meeting. Not that rules generally stop the OOS, but still.
Of course, this still leaves us wondering what he's doing there in the first place. What fiendish plan might he have in store for them? Yes, I'm sure it's fiendish. I suppose it's possible he's just there to share a great bean dip recipe, but I somehow doubt it.
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