Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau
White Spriggat
Vital statistics
Class Frost Spriggats
Status Enemies (Bosses)
Gender Males
Race Spriggats
Faction Dissidents
Health 45 Hobbes and Locke, 60 Rousseau
Speed 3 (Flying)
Location Golem Workshop (Fake)

Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau appear in Telepath RPG Chapter 2


Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau are three Frost Spriggat Assassins sent to kill the Hero when the team went to investigate the fake Energy Golem Workshop.


Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau are the final enemies of Mission 3


Hobbes and Locke:Edit

Speed: 3 (Flying)

Attacks: Frost Breath (Range: 1-2, Damage: 13)

Resistance: Cold


Speed: 3 (Flying)

Attacks: Frost Breath (Range: 1-2, Damage: 9), Big Shield (Range: Omnidirectional+self, Healing: 24)

Resistance: Cold


Start with a two-row formation and bring down as many teammates as you can and surround Hobbes, making sure that he cannot move and that Rousseau cannot get close and heal him (use Darkling to backstab Hobbes and Shadowboxer to attack him with Mind Blast from one of the sides). At the same time send one teammate to draw off Locke, preferably with enough hp to let the teammate last against him at least two turns (if that can't be done then just have a healer on standby near the center of the map). On your second turn, try to kill off Hobbes and then surround Rousseau with remaining teammates (try to keep at least one teammate occupying Locke and don't forget to heal any teammates with their backs turned to Locke). Take the next few turns removing Rousseau whilst keeping Locke busy and then finally bear down on Locke. Watch out for the Energy Golems- try not to stand in their paths. Also watch out for Frost Breath- it hits two tiles in a row, so units with ranged attacks come under fire as well. Finally, try goading Locke to the left side of the map, whilst keeping Rousseau to the center-right, when you've dealt with Hobbes.


Why don't you come outside and meet us?

[Another voice chimes in.] Yes. We've gone to great pains to arrange this meeting.

[A third voice appears.] Did we say 'meeting'? We meant 'beating.' And shortly thereafter, 'bleeding.' Then, it will be you who is going through great pains...


Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau are named after the philosophers Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Jean Jacques Rousseau, the three main theorists of contractualism.