Morrowind:Nevrasa Dralor

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Nevrasa Dralor (nevrasa dralor)
Location Northwest of Pelagiad (map)
Race Dunmer Gender Female
Level 4 Class Pilgrim
Other Information
Health 58 Magicka 86
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Follower During To the Fields of Kummu
Faction(s) Tribunal Temple 0(Layman)
Nevrasa Dralor

Nevrasa Dralor is a Dunmer pilgrim located on a road northwest of Pelagiad. She is trying to find her way to the shrine at the Fields of Kummu but has lost her way and needs somebody to help her complete her pilgrimage.

She wears a common shirt with matching skirt and shoes. She carries 150 gold, which she will reward you with once you successfully lead her to the Fields of Kummu. Aside from her natural resistance to fire and the sanctuary provided by her ancestors, she knows no spells.

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Dialogue[edit]

  • Greetings:
  • "Hello! Please, can you help me? I've lost my way, and cannot find the holy place for which I am searching."
  • "Yes, %PCName? Shall we travel together to the Fields of Kummu?"
  • "Thank you for your help, %PCName. Here is the payment I promised you. May all of your travels be safe." (once you have reached the Fields of Kummu)
  • "It is good to finally be here. Thank you for your help, my friend." (after completing the related quest)

  • Fields of Kummu:
  • "It was there that Lord Vivec met a poor farmer whose only guar had died. This farmer could not harvest his muckspunge without his guar, and could not provide muck for himself or his village. So, the Lord Vivec removed his fine clothes, laid them aside, and toiled in the farmer's fields, acting as a beast of burden until the entire crop was harvested. It is at the Fields of Kummu we go to pray for the same humility Lord Vivec showed on that day. I'll mark it on your map."
  • holy place:
  • "Yes, the Fields of Kummu. I am on a pilgrimage to this holiest of places, but I seem to have lost my way. Perhaps you can help me find it? Surely you know this area better than I. I can pay you for your time. Say, 150 septims?"
  • I will try and lead you to this place.: "Thank you so much. I know the Fields of Kummu are near the water; the view from there is supposed to be breathtaking. I've also been told there is a farm nearby where pilgrims may sometimes stop and rest weary legs."
  • I'm sorry. I haven't the time.: "No? Well, I'm sure I'll eventually find it. Take care, traveler."
  • "Yes, the Fields of Kummu are a most holy place indeed." (after offering to lead her to the Fields of Kummu)
  • travel together:
  • "Should I continue to follow you to the Fields of Kummu?"
  • No, wait here.: "I'll wait here then."
  • Yes, let's keep going.: "Excellent. Let's keep going."