Morrowind talk:Jiub

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Clowns and Monkeys[edit]

Is this dialogue from Burz Gro-Khash triggered by asking him about rumours, or is it an introduction dialogue? — Unsigned comment by Merco (talkcontribs)

It's an introduction dialogue (only used the first time you meet Burz), but which dialogue he uses is randomly selected. --NepheleTalk 19:05, 26 October 2007 (EDT)


Why is Jiub's skin tone a more light-brown, but the actuall skin tone for a dark elf is more of a grey / slate-blue?

That's because of the lighting in the prison ship. --Gaebrial 05:17, 22 January 2008 (EST)


I have removed the sentence stating that before chargen you look like Jiub. As far as I can tell this is wrong. You do start as a Dark Elf male, but you have head_01 and hair_01 whereas Jiub has head_10 and hair_02. And of course the player also has a shirt and shoes.


How is Jiub pronounced? I've always said Jie-ub, but ive heard others say jee-oob or jee-ub or maybe even jie-oob??? Strange question, I know. - Lordjiub

I've always said "Jee-ub" with the first syllable sounding like the letter G and a short U sound for the second syllable. -- --Mebestien 15:18, 1 October 2008 (EDT)
I say it like /dʒɪərʌb/ (Jee-ubb). Is there any way to find out? Ask the Elder Scrolls staff or something? C Teng [talk] 23:27, 3 October 2008 (EDT)
Wait, I know: Oblivion has voices for every dialogue, right? Listen to how the characters pronounce the name. C Teng [talk] 23:33, 3 October 2008 (EDT)
Burz gro-Khash says "Jib" ("...I'm in charge of this St. Jiub's Fair"). Elves say it something like "Jurb" - not a rounded "r", more like to rhyme with "kerb", at least the way I say it. It's certainly one syllable anyway ("Even St. Jiub, who drove..."). Unfortunately there aren't any helpful script notes. –RpehTCE 03:11, 4 October 2008 (EDT)
It seems more likely that it would be "Jib," right? Where do you get an r from Jiub? C Teng [talk] 08:29, 4 October 2008 (EDT)
Maybe "Juhb" would be closer. Personally, I've always said "Jub". –RpehTCE 09:34, 4 October 2008 (EDT)
That would be closer than Jib or Jurb. C Teng [talk] 10:07, 4 October 2008 (EDT)

I know this is a bit late but in Dawnguard Jiub pronounces it "Jib". 23:23, 23 July 2012 (UTC)

Jiub = St. Jiub?[edit]

Is there any real evidence to suggest the two are really the same person besides having the same name? Since, as we all know, is highly subject to debate. Lucky the Cat Guy. 23:06, 7 August 2010 (UTC)

You're right... but consider. Morrowind is set in 3E 429 and Oblivion in 3E 433, which means there's only ~4 years for somebody called Jiub to of the Cliffracers given that they definitely appear in the former. This is one case where, despite the lack of ingame info, I'm willing to let the statement pass. Cliffracers were - and are - hated by most players because they get in the way all the damn time; Jiub was your fellow prisoner on the boat taking you to Seyda Neen. Together, I think it's a little nod to TES4 players that Bethesda had got that one bit wrong. rpeh •TCE 00:37, 8 August 2010 (UTC)
Hm, maybe I'm just nitpicking because my "Grey-Throat" reference was pitched :( But okey-dokey. Lucky the Cat Guy. 04:47, 8 August 2010 (UTC)


St. Jiub made another apperance in soul cairn! anyone ever collect 10 of his missing pages? what do them read? — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 21:43 on 28 June 2012

A copy of the full book can be found here. The text is identical to what's on the pages, but all in one place. -ABCface 13:08, 17 July 2012 (UTC)

Spawning Jiub[edit]

I can't seem to spawn Jiub. "chargen name" spawns nothing even though I get no errors. Is there a way to spawn him via the console? Is he different from other NPCs?Baron Praxis (talk) 09:58, 23 August 2014 (GMT)