Brother Malachi the Healer is a preacher based in New Tristram.
Malachi was present when the Fallen Star smashed into the Tristram Cathedral, its arrival prompting an undead assault on the town. He offered his services as a healer to a band of heroes who helped defend the town.
Months later, Malachi was still present in New Tristram. He treated members of the reformed Horadrim order after they had fought some demons outside the town. He was paid handsomely in exchange for keeping his silence about what had occurred.
- "Zakarum has fallen to disgrace.... What faith can save us now? It is the end of the world, can't you see that?!" (during the Fallen Star quest)
- "What was once one shall become four, though the three shall become one, never will the four be whole." (a possible reference to Tyrael and the breaking/reforging of El'druin, the paradigm of the Great Evils and Tathamet, or the Angiris Council after Malthael's absence, and Tyrael's abandonment of the council)
- "From the east shall come a monarch whose rule begins in blood and ends in bone. In the light of a comet he will die a third and final death at the hands of true men/a chosen woman." (Depending on your hero's gender, during the Reign of the Black King quest)
- "Weep, Tristram. I tell you, weep. Justice must be broken so that Wisdom can be reborn."
- "This is not a time for mourning, this is a time to dry our tears and draw our weapons! There can be no pity for the pitiless! Save redemption for those that seek it!" (After Cain's death)
- "Farewell, protector of Tristram. Farewell, hero of prophecy. The scriptures speak of the evil you will battle in Caldeum, and I am certain... certain that you will succeed!"
After Being HealedEdit
Along with the rest of the healers seen over the course of the storyline offered by the classic Diablo III experience, Brother Malachi will randomly say one of the following quotes to the Nephalem upon receiving his blessing.
- "As the shepard watches over his flock, so shall I care for those who seek to protect us."
- "Death may be upon us all soon, but I shall do what I can to ease your pain."
- "May the gods who abandoned us come to your aid one last time."