Earlier this week, ZeniMax Media filed two new trademark applications for “The Brigmore Witches” and “Void Walker’s Arsenal” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The goods and services for both filings (Serial Numbers: 85849049 and 85849052) cover the same information: computer game software for use with computers and video game consoles; downloadable computer game software offered via the internet and wireless devices.
Not much is known about the company’s plans for “The Brigmore Witches” or “Void Walker’s Arsenal”.
The Brigmore Witches are mentioned in the in-game Dishonored book – Rumors and Sighting: Daud, so it’s possible additional DLC is on the way for Dishonored.
The earliest stories tell of a gang-killer without mercy, moving among the shop keepers and City Watch officers of Dunwall like a reaper through wheat. Then a period of silence followed; years we now believe he spent traveling the Isles, studying anatomy and the occult in the great halls of learning and in hidden basements frequented by fellow dabblers in the forbidden arts. Daud is even purported to have spent a winter in the Academy of Natural Philosophy itself. And for a time, before a schism developed, he counted the Brigmore Witches among his allies. All the while, he honed his craft, and it is during this time that we believe he began to consort with the Outsider.
As far as Void Walker’s Arsenal, less is known about it’s origin. If it’s tied to Dishonored, it may have something to do with The Void, an alternate dimension in Dishonored.
At the time of this story, ZeniMax Media has made no official announcement regarding “The Brigmore Witches” or “Void Walker’s Arsenal”.
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