Oblivion:Ley Marillin

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Ley Marillin
(RefID: 0001C4B2)
Home City Imperial City, Elven Gardens District
Store The King and Queen Tavern
Race Imperial Gender Male
Level 6 Class Publican
RefID 0001C4B2 BaseID 00016053
Available 24 hrs/day every day
Rents Bed Bed 10 gold
Gold 50 Mercantile Apprentice (40)
Sells Food
Other Information
Health 67 Magicka 120
Responsibility 100 Aggression 5
Faction(s) IC Citizens
Ley Marillin

Ley Marillin is the innkeeper at The King and Queen Tavern in the Elven Gardens District of the Imperial City. He spends all his time selling food and beds, never eating or sleeping.

He wears a set of middle class clothing: a russet felt outfit with a pair of russet felt shoes. He carries a pair of burgundy linens, the key to his tavern, an iron mace and a small amount of gold.

Speaking to Marillin for the first time or occasionally afterward while inside his inn will have him greet you by saying: "Welcome to The King and Queen Tavern. We treat all our patrons like royalty! I'm Ley Marillin, your loyal seneschal." Asking him about the Imperial City will have him suggest that you seek out a resident of the city: "A wealthy gentleman in the Talos Plaza district named Umbacano collects Ayleid artifacts. Perhaps he has use for someone like you."

Inquiring if he has a room available to rent will have him inform you that he has lodging available: "Need a place to rest? I have a room available, if you'd care to rent it for a night." Telling him that you currently do not wish to rent the room will have respectfully acknowledge your choice, with the occasional reminder to visit him again if you change your mind. Asking to rent the room without at least ten gold in your inventory will have him angrily refuse to accommodate you: "I'm not about to rent you a room if you can't pay for it." Agreeing to rent the room with the appropriate funds to do so available will have him accept the payment, and point you in it's direction: "Very well. Head up the stairs, and it's the last door on your right. Sleep well." Asking him about the room again will have voice his assumption that you find the room to meet your standards: "I trust the room is satisfactory."