Online:Priest Isonir

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Priest Isonir
Location Kilkreath Temple
Race Nord Gender Male
Health 39,959
Reaction Friendly
Other Information
Faction(s) Cult of Meridia
Priest Isonir

Priest Isonir is a Nord priest of Meridia who can be found at Kilkreath Temple.

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He can be found standing outside a cave along the path. If Fennorian is with you while investigating, he will point him out and suggest asking him questions about what happened at Kilkreath.

"Oh, thank Meridia! The priests and pilgrims of Kilkreath Temple, we need assistance. A great and terrible storm struck, and so many of us were lost."
What's Kilkreath Temple?
"A temple dedicated to Meridia, the Lady of Light. Pilgrims come from across Skyrim to pray and seek blessings, especially at this time of the year.
Please, talk to Priest Bavian. You'll find her in the nearby cave, tending to the injured."
Who's Priest Bavian?
"She's the ranking priest after High Priest Varkour, but we haven't seen the high priest since the storm hit. Bavian led a group of us to safety, but there are more priests and pilgrims out there.
If you're willing to help, please talk to Bavian."
I'll talk to Priest Bavian.

If you talk to Isonir again, he will give directions to the survivors.

"Priest Bavian gathered everyone she could, but it was madness. You'll find her in the nearby cave, tending to the injured."

After speaking with Priest Bavian, Isonir will decide to go inside.

"Meridia's light guides you, my friend. Be careful, for the storm has covered the land with monsters instead of snow.
I'll go inside and aid Priest Bavian with her ministrations."

When you return to the cave after searching for survivors and recovering the relic Meridia's Brilliance, Isonir can be found healing Orini Dren with a golden light.

"We can heal the injured, but Meridia's light does nothing for the corrupted.
Hopefully, you can find a way to save us from these cursed storms."