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Lassnr (lassnr)
Home Town Skaal Village
House Lassnr's House
Race Nord Gender Male
Level 6 Class Barbarian
Other Information
Health 40 Magicka 82
Alarm 50 Fight 30
Faction(s) Skaal

Lassnr is a Nord barbarian located in his house in the Skaal Village. He is worried that his son Tymvaul is lost and asks you to enter the well just to the west of his house and go down into Rimhull to find him.

He is wearing a pair of common pants, and he carries the Restoration skill book 2920, Rain's Hand and a key to his well. Aside from his natural resistance to shock, immunity to frost, ability to shield himself, and a natural frost damage spell, he knows no spells.

Related Quests[edit]

Quest-Related Dialogue[edit]

As you enter his house you can hear him saying:

"My son... My poor, son... Please, please help a sad old man."

When spoken to:

"Tymvaul? Is that you, son? Oh..oh I'm sorry. Please forgive the ramblings brought on by an old man's anguish."
Old man's anguish
"My son, Tymvaul, was getting water, and fell into our well. I am so lonely without him. Ever since his mother passed, Tymvaul has been my only companion. The pool beneath the well leads to a series of ice caves known as Rimhull. So my boy may still be alive. But I am too frail to search the caves, and everyone else in the village is convinced Tymvaul is already dead. I must know if he still lives! Please, %PCRace, will you enter Rimhull and learn the fate of my son?"
I can't help you, Lassnr.
"Will no one help an old man? Must I spend the rest of my life alone, not knowing if I could have saved my son's life? Leave me now, %PCRace. I no longer wish to speak to you." (Goodbye)
I'll help you, Lassnr. It's possible Tymvaul still lives.
" will help me? Oh, thank you, %PCRace! Since my son fell into our well I have kept it locked, to avoid any more unfortunate accidents. Here's the key -- the well is out back. The waters of the well lead to Rimhull, but there is said to be a more direct entrance to the ice caves, somewhere outside the village. I know not where such an entrance may be, though it's probably hidden somewhere nearby. Now hurry! Return when you have news of my son!"

If spoken to again:

"Please hurry, %PCRace. My son may still be alive, but he can't survive down there for long."

Once you return:

"Uh, oh, yes %PCRace? I'm sorry, I was just thinking of my boy Tymvaul...."
Old man's anguish
"Please, %PCRace -- what news of my son Tymvaul?"
Tymvaul lives! He has given up his study of the dark arts, and is leaving Solstheim to study legitimate magicka. He said he will return someday and make you proud.
"I knew he was alive! Oh thank you, %PCName! Although I hate to see him leave, I know Tymvaul will return someday and bring pride and honor to our family. I don't have much to offer as a reward, but I want you to have these. They are pelts of a snow bear I killed many years ago. Brynjolfr at Thirsk can forge them into special armor for you. Thanks again, kind %PCName." (Goodbye)
Tymvaul was alive, but had been driven mad by some dark magic he found in Rimhull. He spoke of raising, and then attacked me. I'm sorry Lassnr -- I had no choice but to kill Tymvaul.
" killed my son? I send you to find him, save him, and you end his life? No! You will pay for this! You have killed my only son!" (Goodbye)
(Lie) I found Tymvaul's body at the bottom of the well. I gave a proper burial in the ice caves. I am so sorry Lassnr.
"Dead. So it is as I feared. Well, at least I know the truth. Thank you so much, %PCRace. Without my son for company, I fear I shall soon wither and pass. But so be it. I will soon see my wife and son again in the afterlife. Again, my thanks. I don't have much to offer as a reward, but I want you to have these. They are pelts of a snow bear I killed many years ago. Brynjolfr at Thirsk can forge them into special armor for you. Thanks again, kind %PCName." (Goodbye)

After the quest is finished:

"I thank you again for helping me, %PCRace. You came to my aid when no one else would, and for that I will be forever grateful."