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Clarissa Lohft was a human archaeologist-cum-tomb robber. She was interested in the riches that could be made from robbing the Tomb of Queen Rasut and had Heinrich Johann's stone ankh and parchment stolen in order to gain entry.
She gained her information somehow from Johann's friend and translator, Alun Gartner. She made it to Nehekhara and into the tomb, getting past a number of hidden dangers before taking a sip from a fountain inscribed with the words eternal life. Johann's journal believe that the water was tainted over time and Lohft was found slumped by the fountain, dead.