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Sir Gregory
Home Settlement Alcaire Castle
Location Alcaire Keep
Race Breton Gender Male
Reaction Friendly
Other Information
Faction(s) Knights of the Flame
Sir Gregory

Sir Gregory is a Breton who can be found at Alcaire Castle guarding the library entrance. He is the husband of Vendi Bouchard. Depending on how he is approached in Alcaire, he can be found later in Wayrest.

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Alcaire Castle[edit]

When approached during the Army at the Gates quest:

"Hold it right there. This is Duke Nathaniel's personal library. No access without his express permission."
What if it's an emergency?
"If it's and emergency, you want the armory, not the library. It's just books in there. Honestly, I don't know why the Duke's so worried about it. But he is.
If I let you in, I'd be kicked out of the castle, probably my wife too."
Your wife works in the castle too?
"No...I couldn't ask her to work. She wouldn't like that. She might even leave me.
No. She spends most of her time in the market. Too much time if you ask me. I can't stand the way all those merchants look at her. The other knights too."
[Intimidate]Your wife might be sad if that pretty face got mangled.
Missing dialogue

After speaking with Vendi Bouchard:

"Unless the Duke himself tells me to make an exception, the library is off-limits."
Do you know Sir Higgens?
Everyone does. That damned man gets away with murder. Sir Hughes has him patrolling inside the castle walls. He basically just lollylgags around the market, flirting with women.
Why do you ask?:
He was escorting your wife home from the market.
"My wife? Vendi? That motherless louse! His escorting days will come to swift end when I break his kneecaps!


If Sir Gregory learns the truth about Vendi, he can later be found in the Cloudy Dregs Inn, having left her:

"I remember you! You tricked me to get into that library. You said my wife was seeing someone else! I had to leave Wayrest to get away from that laying, deceitful, treacherous....
Excuse me. I've got a great job in Wayrest now. Thank you!"


Sir Gregory in Wayrest.