Morrowind:Domalen

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Domalen (domalen)
Home City Vivec
Location Foreign Quarter Plaza
Race Redguard Gender Male
Level 2 Class Commoner
Other Information
Health 61 Magicka 62
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Domalen

Domalen is a Redguard commoner who can be found in the Foreign Quarter of Vivec. He does not offer any services, but is involved with the quest An Apothecary Slandered.

He is wearing a common shirt with matching pants and shoes. He is also carrying two pieces of bread and a cheap restore health potion. Like all Redguards, he has a natural resistance to poison and disease, and can boost his health, strength, agility and endurance for a short period of time; otherwise he knows no spells.

Related Quests[edit]

Dialogue[edit]

  • Greetings:
  • "Take this, friend. I think everyone should read this leaflet. It has important information on it."
  • "Yes? Do you need another leaflet?"
  • leaflet:
  • "It has important information in it. Something must be done."
  • "You got your leaflet, didn't you? Important stuff."
  • "What about it?"
  • These are all lies. Frernis is an honest woman.: "Listen, friend, times have been tough for me and mine. So, when Belan offered me some gold to hand these out for her, I jumped at the chance. Gotta make ends meet, you know? Belan makes the leaflets. I just distribute them."
  • Tell me where these leaflets are from!: "Look, I don't have to tell you a thing. Get out of my way."
  • "I'm just going to hand these out until Belan stops paying me. I've got nothing against Frernis, but she's not paying the bills."
  • Belan makes the leaflets: "Right. Galuro Belan. She's an apothecary over in the Telvanni section. I don't think her business is doing to [sic] well right now."