Morrowind:Braynas Hlervu

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Braynas Hlervu (braynas hlervu)
Home City Ald'ruhn
Location Outside
House Braynas Hlervu's House
Race Dunmer Gender Male
Level 5 Class Pauper
Other Information
Health 60 Magicka 86
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Braynas Hlervu

Braynas Hlervu is a Dunmer pauper living in Ald'ruhn (or technically just outside of it on the edge of town, south of the Temple). He has lost a precious family heirloom to a raid by House Redoran taxmen. You may restore it to him in the name of the Bal Molagmer for the Thieves Guild.

He is wearing a common shirt with matching pants and shoes. Aside from his natural resistance to fire and the sanctuary provided by his ancestors, he knows no spells.

Related Quests[edit]

Thieves Guild[edit]

  • The Hlervu Locket: Steal a locket from a Redoran bigwig, and give it back to its owner.

Dialogue[edit]

  • Background: "I am Braynas Hlervu, Pauper."
  • Hlervu Locket:
  • "I had to give my family's treasured locket to the taxmen this year. The locket is now being held in Venim Manor with the rest of the taxes. I wouldn't be surprised if one of their damn guards made off with the thing himself."
  • "Is... Is that my locket?"
  • Yes, take it.: "This IS my locket! Where did you get this?"
  • I stole it from Venim Manor.: "Well, I'll accept it as a gift. But what if they come looking for it?"
  • In the name of Bal Molagmer, I return this to you.: "I don't know what that means, but thank you."
  • No.: "Oh. My family had a locket just like that. I only thought..."
  • "I have it hidden well."
  • "Bolvyn Venim sent his Blood Guards to look for the locket, but they didn't find it and left me alone. It's too dangerous to keep here. When my nephew comes to visit, I'll give it to him."