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|House||The Great Chapel of Zenithar|
|Faction(s)||Leyawiin; Nine Divines (Layman)|
Silana wears a middle-class outfit consisting of a burgundy linen shirt, tan linens, and a pair of thick cowhide shoes. She also carries a small amount of gold. She can cast major Restoration spells as well as the standard leveled healer spells.
Speaking to Silana Blandia for the first time will have her greet you by saying: "Silana Blandia, Healer of the Leyawiin Chapel. Bless the Nine, and all the faithful." Asking her about Leyawiin will have her reply to your question by saying: "May you find healing here for your wounds, and for your troubled spirit. There's a peace here in the Chapel for all who seek it."
Speaking to Silana Blandia after starting the quest The Path of the Righteous will have her mistake you for a common treasure hunter; despite her annoyed stature she will still direct you to the shrine: "Hrpmh. So, you're the one that's come for the mace, are you? Another adventurer looking for treasure. Get on with it if you must. The shrine is downstairs. But I wouldn't expect much if I were you. No one has ever succeeded." If you retrieve the Mace of Zenithar and save her from the Auroran attack on the chapel she will apologize for her previous rudeness. "I can't believe it! You have the mace! And you stopped those horrible daedra! I was... I was wrong to doubt you. I ask your forgiveness."
- During the Knights of the Nine quest The Path of the Righteous (to retrieve the Mace of Zenithar), if you ask Silana for information, she says that a messenger took the mace to the settlement of "Bravil" even though the subtitle reads "Leyawiin". The other NPCs do not have this recording mistake.
- This bug is fixed by the Unofficial Oblivion DLC Patches.
- Both Kantav Cheynoslin and Silana will follow the player around to keep them in line-of-sight as shopkeepers do because of an incorrect flag set on their AI packages.
- This bug is fixed by the Unofficial Oblivion Patch.