|Gold||750 (+1000 Master Trader) (see store's bugs)|
|Buys||Armor, Arrows, Tools, Weapons|
|Primary Skills||Archery, One-handed, Smithing, Speech|
|Faction(s)||CrimeFactionHaafingar; JobMerchantFaction; ServicesSolitudeFletcher; SolitudeFletcherFaction; TownSolitudeFaction|
His room is located above the main trading room and he sleeps there every night between midnight and 8am. He then unlocks the store and spends the next ten hours standing behind the counter, offering his wares to customers. At 6pm he will keep the shop open but will wander around, at times cooking or eating. At 8pm he heads down to the Winking Skeever for a meal and some socializing with the other citizens. He stays there until his bedtime at midnight.
When you enter his shop, he will bid you welcome, with a spontaneous: "Your path has brought you to the finest fletcher in all the land." When he starts his normal greetings he will tell you a bit about himself and his favorite pastime, the women of Solitude: "Hello and welcome, my friend. How may I help you on this fine day?", "True, I may look the part of dashing swordsman, but I prefer the art of wit to that of warfare.", "Your typical Solitude wench is like the city itself. Stormy exterior, but ah the charms that lie within..." and "A sharp mind beats a sharp blade any day. Words to live by." After doing business with him, he may close the conversation with, "Perhaps I'll be seeing more of you." or "Please come back if you're ever in need of fletching supplies." Should you ask him if he has any arrows for killing dragons, he will be insulted: "Why of course. And will you also be needing the bow that shoots rainbows? Or perhaps a quiver that dispenses beer? Look, if you want arrows we have them, but don't insult my intelligence." When visiting the inn in the evenings, he will often turn to the female guests and make them an offer:"Can I buy you a drink, darling?"
Inside the fletcher, Fihada will occasionally have conversations with his apprentice, Jawanan:
Fihada: "How's it coming there, Jawanan?"
Jawanan: "Slow, but looking good, sir."
Fihada: "Slow's the only way to do it! Work too hard and you'll warp the wood."
Jawanan: "Fihada, where did you learn how to make bows so well?"
Fihada: "The same place I learned my charm and quick wits: I used to be an Imperial ranger, my boy!"
Jawanan: "Wish I could learn some of that charm. I'm just good with bows, not people."
Fihada: "You'd make a better Imperial ranger than me. I may have charmed the locals, but my fellow soldiers hated my waggling tongue."
- If Fihada dies, Jawanan will take over running the store, offering the same merchant services as Fihada.
- Another line of dialogue was recorded for Fihada, but is never used in-game, for unknown reasons: "Please. You're in the presence of a born huntsman. I can hear the sweat sliding down your forehead."