Skyrim:Clinton Lylvieve

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Clinton Lylvieve
(RefID: 00019A2D)
Home Town Dragon Bridge
House Lylvieve Family's House
Race Breton Gender Male
Level 4 Class Child
RefID 00019A2D BaseID 00019A2C
Other Information
Health 65 Magicka 0
Stamina 80
Primary Skills Alchemy, Conjuration
Race Details Child
Morality No Crime Aggression Unaggressive
AdoptHF Yes, if orphaned
Faction(s) CrimeFactionHaafingar; Lylvieve Family House Occupants; TownDragonBridgeFaction
Clinton Lylvieve

Clinton Lylvieve is a Breton child living in Dragon Bridge. He is the son of Azzada and Michel, and brother of Julienne. He wants to be a soldier, although he is too young, and spends most of his time "patrolling the town" accompanied by his pet goat Lucky.

Clinton wears blue colored child's clothes and a pair of shoes, and is equipped with a simple iron dagger. He carries a key to the family's house, a selection of food and toys, and a small amount of gold.

He wakes up at 8am and starts patrolling around the town for four hours. At midday, he returns home in order to eat lunch for two hours, before resuming his patrolling for another six hours. After this patrol he once again returns home for a two-hour dinner before heading to be at 10pm.

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Quest-Related Events[edit]


If you ask him about the Moth Priest during the related quest, he will be excited to share the information with you:

"I don't know what a Moth Priest is, but I did see an old man in a robe not long ago. He was riding in a wagon with some Imperial guards. They didn't stop to visit, though. They rode through town heading south, and went across the big bridge. It was only just a little bit ago. I bet you can catch them if you hurry up."


When approached he can say:

"Are you a soldier? One day, I'm going to be a soldier!"
"Pa says I'm too young to fight in the war, but I can still help by patrolling the town."
"I wish I was a soldier! They get to travel and stay up late and have fun!"
"Have you met Lucky? He's my pet goat, and he helps me patrol the town."


At home, Clinton might question his father about local woman Olda's odd relationship with the brother of her husband:

Clinton: "Father, how come Olda's so mean to everyone? She's only ever happy when she's with Lodvar, and she's not even married to him!"
Azzada: "That's no business of yours, son. Mind you keep your nose out of it."
Clinton: "Fine."