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Lord K'avar (fl. 3E 5th century)[edit]

Lord K'avar was a noble from the Kingdom of Sentinel in the late Third Era. He was a veteran of the War of Betony. During a battle in the Glenpoint Foothills, he received a disfiguring injury from a fireball cast by a Dark Elf mercenary nightblade. After the war, K'avar commanded the Order of the Candle along with Lord Vhosek. Their knightly order was charged with the protection of Sentinel, replacing the defunct Knights of the Moon.

In the years prior to the Warp in the West, Lord K'avar allied himself with the Order of the Black Worm, plotting to overthrow Queen Akorithi and usurp the throne of Sentinel. K'avar went into hiding once the Fighters Guild got involved, although he was later arrested and imprisoned in the dungeons of Castle Sentinel. He then escaped and fled to Castle Wayrest. Akorithi ordered his execution, but it is unknown if this was carried out.

High Craftlord Kagrenac (?b - 1E 700)[edit]

Lord Kagrenac (sometimes Kagrnak) was the Dwemeri Chief Tonal Architect during the time of the First Council. The foremost arcane philosopher and mage-smith of the Dwemer, he was a "pioneer" in the field of mythopoeic forces, and devised tools with which to harness them with the intent of transcending the limits of Dwemer mortality. Kagrenac was the primary architect working on the Heart of Lorkhan and was responsible for creating the original Brass God, Anumidium. According to some theories, it may have been his use of his tools on the Heart that caused the Dwemer to disappear from the face of Tamriel in 1E 700.

Kailstig the Axe (fl. 2E 582)[edit]

Kailstig the Axe was a Nord fighter, and a founding member of the Undaunted, along with Turuk Redclaws and Mighty Mordra. The Undaunted were a group of brave and boisterous adventurers who were active during the Second Era.

Lord Kain (fl. 3E 5th century)[edit]

Lord Kain (sometimes spelled Khane) was a noble knight from the Barony of Lainlyn, in the province of Hammerfell. Lord Kain was the younger brother of Baron Shrike, who ruled over his domain with an iron fist. Kain was one of his most outspoken critics, and together with Lord Harth, they formed the Knights of the True Horn.

Saint Kaladas (fl. First Era)[edit]

Saint Kaladas the Architect was a First Era master craftsman and Imperial saint who lived in Leyawiin several centuries after the Alessian Slave Rebellion. He constructed the Great Chapel of Zenithar in Leyawiin in tribute to the legend of a messenger who is said to have carried the Mace of the Crusader to Leyawiin following the death of Pelinal Whitestrake at the hands of the Ayleids. According to legend, Kaladas was driven to build the chapel by constant dreams of Pelinal. The Mace, which had been given to Pelinal by Zenithar, had not been seen for many centuries. However, when Saint Kaladas was laid to rest in the chapel undercroft, those who prayed to Zenithar at his tomb began to receive visions of the Mace.

Ansei Kalam (fl. early 1E)[edit]

A renowned Yokudan warrior and master of polearms. Kalam and his daughter, Ra Adia, drove out the bandit tribes of the Dragontail Mountains that had been harassing the Redguard settlers for two decades. They were honored and both laid to rest in the Valley of the Blades after their death.[1]

Count Kantus Jeril (fl. 1E 28th century)[edit]

Count Kantus Jeril was a First Era Imperial. For heroisms performed at Pale Pass, he was appointed the first Count of Chorrol, a settlement located in the rugged Colovian Highlands. It is unknown if he is a direct ancestor of the Valga family, who ruled Chorrol at the end of the Third Era. The Jerall Mountains bear his name, although the correlation is unknown.

Karliah (fl 4E 201)[edit]

Karliah is a Dunmer thief and a member of the Nightingales, in service to Nocturnal. Karliah's maternal grandparents are Queen Barenziah and a Nightingale thief by the name of Drayven Indoril. Karliah's mother Dralsi taught her the art of thievery and how to survive in Skyrim, living as a rogue. However, she did not induct Karliah into the Nightingales before her death. Karliah eventually became a member of Skyrim's Thieves Guild and was inducted into the Nightingales by Guildmaster Gallus Desidenius, who became her lover at some point. She was exiled from the Guild for 25 years after allegedly murdering Gallus. In reality, she was framed for Gallus' murder, which was actually committed by Mercer Frey, a former Nightingale, who stole Nocturnal's Skeleton Key from the Twilight Sepulcher, and took Gallus' place as Guildmaster. With the help from a new guild member, Karliah exposed Mercer, reformed the Nightingale Trinity, and finally killed Mercer, avenging Gallus.

Karrod (fl. 3E 5th century)[edit]

Karrod was a mysterious Redguard warrior and a lifelong friend and protector of Hlaalu Helseth. He was long perceived as being deaf and dumb due to his refusal to speak to anyone.

Karrod was born in the city of Wayrest in High Rock. As a child, Karrod's father gave him an odd Dwemer longsword, and told him that none would defeat him in battle until the blade's rightful owner came to claim it. Karrod was then seemingly orphaned on the streets of Wayrest, and turned to thievery. After he had the audacity to attempt to rob Princess Elysana, her step-brother Prince Helseth took him into his employ. Karrod grew to be extremely loyal towards Helseth for taking him in. True to his father's prophecy, he also remained undefeated in battle and became a deadly warrior. Helseth proclaimed him his Champion, and Karrod joined the ranks of the Royal Guard when Helseth inherited the Throne of Morrowind and moved to Mournhold.

In 3E 427, the Nerevarine came to Mournhold. In order to earn the King's trust, the Nerevarine duelled Karrod, and Karrod lost. This also earned the Nerevarine the warrior's respect and friendship, and his admission of defeat was the first time Helseth had ever heard him speak. The goddess Almalexia later ordered the Nerevarine to reforge Trueflame, the Blade of Nerevar. As fate would have it, the three fractured pieces of the blade had come to Mournhold. Karrod's Dwemer weapon was one such piece, and the warrior duly surrendered his blade to the Nerevarine.

Karstaag (?b - 3E 427)[edit]

Karstaag was a Frost Giant who lived along the northern coast of Solstheim in the late Third Era. He resided in Castle Karstaag, a giant fortress of ice. He employed a large number of rieklings to guard and maintain his castle. The Skaal held an uneasy truce with him. In 3E 427, as part of the Bloodmoon Prophecy, Karstaag was taken from his castle by the Hounds of Hircine to serve as Prey in the Hunter's Game. He and three other champions from the island were brought to a maze beneath the Mortrag Glacier, which served as the hunting ground. When the Hunt began, Karstaag successfully navigated the werewolf-filled maze and made it to the central chamber, where he would face off against an aspect of Hircine to earn his freedom. However, Karstaag was then killed by the Nerevarine, another participant in the Hunt.

Following the Nerevarine's defeat of the Hunter, the glacier collapsed, and Karstaag's remains were buried in the ice. His castle was taken over by the rieklings and fell into ruin, gradually losing its shape. Through unknown means, the majority of Karstaag's skeletal remains were recovered and placed upon his throne. Spell tomes to learn the frost spell "Karstaag's Breath" were in circulation circa 3E 433. His skull was discovered in 4E 201 by the Last Dragonborn, embedded in the wall of a glacial cave. The Dragonborn placed the skull on Karstaag's throne, summoning his angry spirit. Karstaag's ghost was defeated, and temporarily gifted the Dragonborn with the power to summon his spirit to aid in battle.

Druid King Kasorayn (fl. 1E 4th century)[edit]

Kasorayn was the Druid King (or Archdruid), specifically the last in a line of Druid Kings, and his position was of a druidic philosophical figure that is revered in High Rock. He was active in the fourth century of the First Era. Kasorayn is the most well-known druidic seer, and was listed alongside Sage Voernet and Gyron Vardengroet as one of the most powerful Breton mages in history.

Emperor Kastav (?b - 1E 2812)[edit]

Kastav was the second emperor of the Reman Dynasty.[nb 1] Details of his life and reign are scarce, but sources describe him as an incompetent ruler.

In 1E 2801, Kastav ordered the Dragonguard of Sky Haven Temple to seize hostages from Markarth and Hroldan to ensure that the jarls met their conscription quotas. In 1E 2804, the Winterhold Rebellion broke out, but the Master of Sky Haven Temple refused orders to send the Dragonguard to help suppress it, so the Emperor cut off supplies to the temple. In their stead, an Akaviri that was denied entry into the Dragonguard named Kalien was sent by Kastav to suppress the rebellion. Kalien sacked Winterhold, and Sky Haven Temple was put under siege as the locals believed Kalien was a member of the Dragonguard. In 1E 2804, Kastav was deposed due to his poor handling of the Winterhold Rebellion, and he was succeeded by Reman II, whose first notable endeavor was to negotiate a swift end to the Rebellion.

After his disposition, he lived for several years in exile alongside his honor guard. In 1E 2812, Kastav died in the Murkmire region of Black Marsh. By the Fourth Era, a fort in the Winterhold region of Skyrim bore his name.

Empress Katariah (?b - 3E 200)[edit]

Katariah Ra'athim (also enumerated as Katariah I) was the thirteenth empress of the Septim Dynasty. Katariah's forty-six-year reign was one of the most celebrated in Tamriel's history, and she was popular with the common people. She was preceded by her husband, Pelagius III, and was succeeded by her son, Cassynder.

Kathutet (?b - ?d)[edit]

Kathutet is a Dremora whose clan is based at Ganonah, a region of the Deadlands. His kin include Amkaos, Ranyu, and Orthe. The Xivilai Anaxes serves him as one of his agents.

Along with Amkaos and Ranyu, Kathutet once served Molag Bal as a torturer. In 2E 582, the three Dremora were sent to Tamriel by Bal to defend a Dark Anchor. However, they were swiftly banished by the Fighters Guild and the Anchor was released. Some time after this, all three came into the service of Mehrunes Dagon.

In 3E 433, the Sigil Tower at Ganonah was used during the sacking of Kvatch, and a single Oblivion Gate linking the region to Tamriel was left open following the attack. Kathutet's clan subsequently suffered swift retribution from the Hero of Kvatch, who entered the portal and destroyed the tower. This earned the hero great respect among clanmembers, Kathutet included.

Kathutet himself was not present at Ganonah at the time, as he had been ordered by Dagon to serve Mankar Camoran in Gaiar Alata. He was charged with keeping order in the Savage Garden, where the souls of "unmortal" Mythic Dawn members took part in ceaseless combat to prove themselves. Kathutet despised their cowardice, and was humiliated when Anaxes was trapped in a cave by the cultists. When the Hero of Kvatch entered Gaiar Alata in search of the Amulet of Kings, Kathutet offered to take the hero into his service out of respect for the deeds at Ganonah. In return for freeing Anaxes, Kathutet would grant passage into the Forbidden Grotto, where Amkaos, Ranyu and Orthe tortured dissenting unmortals. It is unknown if the hero served Kathutet or defeated him in combat, or both.

Katrica the Maiden (fl. before 3E 405)[edit]

Katrica (sometimes called the Maiden) was a warrior-maiden that is associated with the Redguards of Hammerfell. They often use the exclamation, "by Katrica", or "by the Maiden".[2] Many years ago, the county of Ayasofya was attacked by an unknown threat but was saved Katrica. Ever since then, on the 2nd of Last Seed, the county celebrates her victory and their salvation with the holiday, Maiden Katrica, a large celebration.[3]

Witch-Lord Kegairn (2E? b - 2E 582)[edit]

Witch-Lord Kegairn was a powerful Reachfolk necromancer associated with the Ghostsong Clan. He was also a known practitioner of void magic rituals. Alongside Voidmother Elgroalif and select clan members, they conducted a series of dark rituals at Four Skull Lookout, endangering the entire region of the Reach.

Keirgo (2E? b - 2E 326)[edit]

Keirgo was the Second Era King of Anequina, whose union with Queen Eshita of Pellitine in 2E 309 led to the founding of the Elsweyr Confederacy and peace between the long-feuding kingdoms. The northern kingdom, Anequina is known for its nomadic and warrior tribes and after the marriage, the main city of Ne Quin-al became the capital of the confederacy. Keirgo's attempt to keep the alliance together failed and later gave rise to the Mane.

Councilor Kelgan the Taker of Teeth (fl. 2E 533 - 534)[edit]

Councilor Kelgan the Taker of Teeth, also known as the Troll-Breaker was a member of the Elder Council during the reign of Emperor Durcorach, the founder of the Longhouse Dynasty.

Kellen (fl. 4E)[edit]

Kellen was a Moth Priest[4] who had read Elder Scrolls. He told stories about a Forgotten Hero that were predicated upon extremely accurate knowledge of obscure history, lending credence to his claims that his stories of the Forgotten Hero were true. However, he forgot nearly all he knew about the hero at some point.[5] He could have died in a cave with a Khajiiti companion, but little is known of his eventual fate.[6]

Keshu the Black Fin (fl. 2E 572 - 582)[edit]

Keshu the Black Fin was a great Argonian hero and founder of a movement for an advanced Saxhleel society. Upon the founding of the Ebonheart Pact, she was named general of Pact forces in Skyrim and fought briefly in Cyrodiil during the Three Banners War.. In later life she became the governor of Gideon in Blackwood.

Kestic, the Forest King (?b - 1E 808)[edit]

Kestic was a Nedic king during the early-mid First Era. In his time, he was the Forest King, leading the northern clans of the forest region. He was the last of his title, as the Nedic civilization of the Deathlands fell with the arrival of the Ra Gada in 1E 808.

Chieftain Kevinne Blightheart (?b - 2E 582)[edit]

Chieftain Kevinne Blightheart was a Reachman leader of the Boneshaper Clan active in 2E 582. He made an alliance with two other Reachfolk clans: the Rageclaws and the Stonetalons and signed the treaty on 3rd of the Frost Fall in 2E 582. The clans aligned themselves with the Cult of the Black Worm, which promised power and blessings of Molag Bal. and invaded the Rift in 2E 582.

Queen Khamira (2E 563 - ?d)[edit]

Khamira was Queen of Anequina, the northern kingdom of Elsweyr, from 2E 582. Born in 2E 563 to King Hemakar and Queen Numara of Anequina, she was presumed dead with the rest of her family after Euraxia Tharn overthrew her father in the Frostfall Coup of 2E 576. She had in fact survived, and covertly took up arms in a resistance movement against Euraxia's rule known as the Northern Elsweyr Defense Force. After unsuccessfully attempting to stop the unwitting release of Kaalgrontiid and his rage of Dragons by Abnur Tharn in 2E 582, she subsequently helped to defend the city of Riverhold from the combined assault of Euraxia's forces and the Dragon Bahlokdaan, and revealed her true identity there after their defeat. After Euraxia's deposition she banished Kaalgrontiid with the help of Abnur Tharn and the Vestige, and was crowned queen soon afterwards. As monarch she sought to restore the Elsweyr Confederacy between Anequina and Pellitine.

Khargol gro-Boguk (fl. 3E 427)[edit]

Khargol gro-Boguk (also spelled Khargol gro-Bogúk) was an Orc barbarian who was a master of the unarmored fighting style. Khargol was friends with the Orc woman known as 'the Wraith' Kepkajna gra-Minfang. He mentored her in the ways of the unarmored style which helped her maintain her wedding dress on a contentious travel to her wedding. Khargol was set up in the abandoned Dwemer tower near the town of Dagon Fel where he offered to continue to train others.

Khartag (?b - 2E 582)[edit]

Khartag was an Orc smuggler and abolitionist who operated during the Interregnum around 2E 582. Khartag was a local legend among the Orsimer, not only for being a veteran of the Daggerfall Covenant and founder of the Ropefish gang of abolitionists, but as the namesake of the site known as Khartag Point, a monument to him and the Orcs in general.

Khosey (fl. 1E 200)[edit]

Author of the Tamrilean Tractates, in which he transcribes a first hand account of the discovery of the Bretons by a Nordic hunting party.[7][8] He lived in ca. 1E 200.[9][10]

Empress Kintyra I (?b - 3E 48)[edit]

Kintyra Septim I was the third empress of the Septim Dynasty. She was preceded by her first cousin once removed, Pelagius I, and was succeeded by her son, Uriel I.


Kintyra Septim was the daughter of Agnorith, Tiber Septim's brother. At some point prior to 3E 41, Kintyra became Queen of Silvenar. In 3E 41, her first cousin once removed, Emperor Pelagius I, was assassinated by the Dark Brotherhood in the Temple of the One in the Imperial City. Pelagius I had no living children, so the Ruby Throne passed to Kintyra. Kintyra I's reign was a period of prosperity and bountiful harvests. She was an avid patroness of art, music, and dance. At some point during Kintyra I's reign, the Khajiiti thief god, Rajhin, reputedly stole a tattoo from her neck while she slept.[nb 1] In 3E 53, Kintyra I died, so her son, Uriel I, succeeded her as Emperor of Tamriel.

Empress Kintyra II (3E 104 - 3E 123)[edit]

Kintyra Septim II was the eighth monarch of the Septim Dynasty, the former ruling family of the Third Empire. She was preceded by her father, Emperor Antiochus I and was succeeded by her cousin, Uriel III. Her story is considered one of the saddest tales in the Empire, from the accusations that questioned her legitimacy to the throne, to her controversial death in the midst of the War of the Red Diamond. Despite her young age and short reign, Kintyra II was recognized as an accomplished mystic and sorceress. She was named after her great-great-great grandmother, Kintyra I.[nb 1]

High King Kjoric the White (?b - 1E 477-78)[edit]

Kjoric the White was the High King/High Chieftain of Skyrim, after the reign of High King Olaf One-Eye and before his son, Hoag Merkiller. In his lifetime, he was a soft-spoken leader and attained power across the province when the Crown of Verity chose him over the moot-chosen warrior. Ever since then, no one argued the authority of the Crown.

Knavus Tharn (fl. early 2E)[edit]

Knavus Tharn was an Imperial member of the royal House Tharn of Cheydinhal, ancestor and descendant of numerous famous figures.

Harbinger Kodlak Whitemane (?b - 4E 201)[edit]

Kodlak Whitemane was a Nord warrior and a well-respected Harbinger of the Companions. He avoided politics, and maintained the Companions' long-standing tradition of abstaining from political conflicts during the Stormcloak Rebellion (although he did worship Talos). He was also something of a philosopher, prone to pondering on the meaning of honor and nobility. He lost his family at a young age, when he was little more than a boy. His predecessor, the Harbinger Askar, found him working as a bodyguard in Hammerfell, and recruited him. The Companions quickly became his new family, and he became Harbinger in 4E 181. As Harbinger, Kodlak has commanded the Companions, balancing his tactical skill, ferocity in combat, and commanding presence. He maintained that family and honor are the most important things to the Companions, and that they should deal with problems head-on, finding honor in life through glory in battle. Legends of the Companions speak of Kodlak's many great feats, such as Kodlak and another Companion fighting off one hundred and one Orc berserkers.

For more information, see the lore article.

Jarl Korir (fl. 4E 201)[edit]

The Nord Jarl of Winterhold in 4E 201. Like most of his subjects, Korir held hatred and suspicion for the College of Winterhold, and vowed to have them banned. He supported the Stormcloaks during the Stormcloak Rebellion, and had a son named Assur.[11]


Krahjotdaan is a high dragon whose name means "Cold Maw Doom" in the Dragon Language.

Krahjotdaan was slain by the Dragonguard in 1E 2871, in the southern Jerall Mountains of Cyrodiil. The dragon's name was supposedly confirmed to the Dragonguard by its own account. A fang was taken from its corpse and inscribed to depict their defeat. Their death was later documented by the Dragonguard in 2E 373. Due to the nature of dragons, Krahjotdaan may not be truly dead and therefore could rise again.

Kronin (fl. 1E)[edit]

Kronin was a Chimer[nb 1] noble from the early First Era. In life, he was the King of Ebonheart and a member of the Ra'athim Clan. Kronin had two sons, Cruethys and Moraelyn, and a stepson, Ephen. When the Nordic Empire drove Kronin and his sons from Ebonheart, the Chimer family took to raiding with intense campaigns of guerrilla warfare to attempt to take their land back. Eventually they succeeded and upon his passing, Kronin was succeeded as king of Ebonheart by his eldest son Cruethys who was later succeeded by Moraelyn. His stepson Ephen, would go on to be worshiped as a god of sorts. A special ebony blade, that would eventually be attached to a dragon's tooth and be known by the name 'Tooth' passed from the hands of Kronin, to Cruethys, to Moraelyn, and finally to Moraelyn's protégée, Edward.

Dragon Priest Krosis (?b - 4E 201)[edit]

Krosis was a high ranking member of the Dragon Cult, and a Dragon Priest in the Merethic Era. After his demise, Krosis was entombed atop Shearpoint, and was reawakened from his slumber in the Fourth Era.

Krosulhah (?b - 4E 201)[edit]

Krosulhah was a dragon whose name meant Sorcerer-Day-Mind in the Dragon Language.

At a certain point in history, Krosulhah swore allegiance to Miraak and considered him the only true Dovahkiin.

In 4E 201, the Last Dragonborn and Neloth traveled to Nchardak to retrieve the Black Book that was kept there. After the successful retrieval of the artifact, they were attacked by Krosulhah, who was sent to kill the Last Dragonborn in the name of Miraak. They did battle at the entrance to Nchardak, and the Dragonborn, aided by Neloth, absorbed the dragon's soul. Having had his soul devoured by another dovah, Krosulhah was killed permanently and cannot be raised again.

Kruntharth (?b - 2E 563)[edit]

Kruntharth was a notorious Sea Giant pirate and leader of the raiders. Leading an armada of ships, Kruntharth subjected Solitude to a harrowing siege until High King Svargrim valiantly confronted and defeated the fearsome Sea Giant, ending his reign of terror and bringing relief to the people of Western Skyrim.

Kruziikrel (Dawn Era - 4E 201)[edit]

Kruziikrel was a dragon whose name meant "Dominate-Enlightenment" in the Dragon Language.

Little is known about Kruziikrel's past. At a certain point in history, he swore allegiance to Miraak, though whether he did so willingly or was compelled through Miraak's mastery of Thu'um is unknown.

In 4E 201, the Last Dragonborn traveled to Apocrypha to challenge Miraak. Through the use of the Thu'um, they swayed a dragon Sahrotaar to betray Miraak. He helped them to reach the First Dragonborn on the summit of Apocrypha where the Last Dragonborn confronted Miraak. It was there where he called the mighty dragons Relonikiv and Kruziikrel to aid him in the battle. During the fight Miraak absorbed Kruziikrel's soul to regain vitality, killing him in the process. Having had his soul devoured by another dovah, Kruziikrel was killed permanently and cannot be raised again.

King Kurog gro-Bagrakh (2E 541 - 2E 582)[edit]

King of the Orcs of the Wrothgar Mountains during the Interregnum.[12] Also known as Kurog gro-Orsinium. He aided King Emeric during Ranser's War in exchange for the return of Orsinium, and afterward joined the Daggerfall Covenant.[13][14] Kurog's reign came to an end in 2E 582 when, frustrated by the constant disagreements among his clan chiefs, he engineered a crisis between Trinimac and Malacath cults in order to discredit his main rival, Bazrag gro-Fharun, and eliminate the other chiefs. The king's treachery was discovered and he was slain, resulting in Bazrag being crowned the next King of the Orcs.[15]

Kvenel the Tongue (fl. 1E)[edit]

Kvenel the Tongue was an ancient Nord hero, and master of the thu'um. It is said his favored weapons to carry into battle were a hand-axe and sword, named Okin and Eduj respectively. According to legend, Kvenel commissioned master blacksmith Haman Forgefire to forge Okin for him, to match his beloved sword, Eduj.

Upon his death, Kvenel was entombed in Volunruud, Skyrim. His burial chamber was sealed with a special lock that could only be opened with two ceremonial replicas of Okin and Eduj, which were then put on display and guarded in other parts of the tomb. Memory of his life faded as the eras passed and he was largely forgotten, save for old hymns and mythic accounts. In 4E 201 the Last Dragonborn explored Volunruud and encountered the ghost of Kvenel. After defeating the spirit, Kvenel's legendary weapons were retrieved from his remains.

Kyanka (fl. late 2E)[edit]

Kyanka was a Second Era Altmer weaponsmith and enchanter. He was the creator of the Mace of Slurring, and was known for his rather warped sense of humor. He was apparently delighted at the thought of reducing opponents to a gibbering mess before crushing them to death.[16]

Harbinger Kyrnil Long-Nose‎ (fl. 2E)[edit]

Kyrnil Long-Nose was a Harbinger of the Companions in the Second Era. He was among the notable Harbingers recorded by Swyk the Long-Sighted. He is acreddited with restoring the honor of the Companions after the dark periods of the Second Era.

Kyrtos (fl. 2E 582)[edit]

Kyrtos was a Reachfolk Briarheart warrior of the Winterborn Clan and a descendant of ancient clan leaders Mercedne and Evandene Tusk Collector. He worked to stop the violence between the Winterborn and the Orsimer and attmepted to prevent Winterborn raids in the Orc occupied territories. He penned Malacath and the Reach and was a staunch opponent of Daedra worship.