Who is the Chirurgeon in Warhammer 40K: Darktide? - Answered - Prima Games

Who is the Chirurgeon in Warhammer 40K: Darktide? – Answered

His title sounds like some sort of sea creature.

by Shawn Robinson
Warhammer 40K: Darktide Chirurgeon

Warhammer 40K: Darktide features many kiosks for you to interact with in the hub world of the Mourningstar. You have the Mission Terminal to start missions, the Armoury Exchange to secure new weapons/curios, and the Requisitorium to acquire some excellent late-game items. As of the time of writing, a new shopkeeper has appeared across from the Armoury Exchange, one that players have many questions about. Here’s who the Chirurgeon (also known as the Barber-Chirurgeon) is in Warhammer 40K: Darktide.

What Does the Chirurgeon Do in Darktide?

As mentioned above, the Chirurgeon can be found by heading left from the spawn location of the Mourningstar until you reach the Armoury Exchange. Simply look across from the store, and you’ll find the Chirurgeon sitting in his shop within a doorway. He’s also known as Oskar Krall, in case you were curious.

Interacting with his shop and clicking Modify Appearance will bring up a window similar to the Appearance window when you first created your character. In this menu, you can change many facets of your appearance from your face shape, eye color, hairstyle, tattoos, and more to give your character a new look. Maybe you feel as though a different look would fit, or perhaps you regret your choice at the start and want to modify it. Whatever your reason may be, this is where you can correct it. Once you’re happy with your new look, click Finalize Creation and it’ll be modified. Don’t worry, it won’t cost you anything.

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With that being said, there are some things the Chirurgeon can’t change, mainly things that would be impossible to change even in 40K’s world. This includes your backstory and name of course, but also extends to your character’s gender, voice, and height. With that being said, there’s plenty more that can be changed, making this still a worthwhile place to visit.