Skyrim talk:Drelas

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Leveled items[edit]

I changed info on this page from "Glass Dagger" to "Leveled Dagger" because on my game it appeared as a steel dagger, which means its likely leveled. Grayfox1128 02:18, 19 November 2011 (UTC)

I also changed the magical and spell tomb info. That is also random. — Unsigned comment by Grayfox1128 (talkcontribs) at 02:19 on November 19, 2011

Yeah, those were good calls, I didn't think it through. Thanks for checking. Minor Edits 02:20, 19 November 2011 (UTC)
I have met Drelas not before I was level 70, he was 46 at that time and he has worn an Iron Dagger. No leveled Dagger I guess. --Quozar 16:21, 8 December 2011 (UTC)

Spell Tome[edit]

He didn't carry a spell tome when I killed him on on lvl20. — Unsigned comment by 85.216.53.96 (talk) at 22:37 on November 19, 2011

lv 35 and no tome thats incorrect info — Unsigned comment by 71.203.124.26 (talk) at 04:23 on November 26, 2011
Most likely he carries a leveled list of random magic apparel and magic items which may include tomes, robes, scrolls. Just basing off of how the oblivion level lists works. Will be a ck update for him i am sure, for now probably fine to list as assorted magic items--Lord.Baal 19:22, 31 December 2011 (UTC)

Every thing is steel[edit]

I find it odd that in the house of a hostile Mage, every thing you take from here is labeled stolen. Especially since you can take items from other wilderness houses without them getting this tag, and from the Thalmore embassy as well. — Unsigned comment by Artemis Enterei (talkcontribs) at 02:31 on January 8, 2012

you can sleep in his bed though--Vanus Galerion 18:28, 27 February 2012 (UTC)
Incorrect. I get the message im trespassing. Also, for those trying to keep a clean criminal record, entering it counts as trespassing under the general stats ~Rpbraley868 — Unsigned comment by 75.104.151.35 (talk) at 14:49 on 7 March 2012

Leveled beyond level 40[edit]

At level 43 I tried to Thrall him and it says that he is too powerful. Kind of pity because he impressed me with his fire spells.--31.128.131.53 20:09, 19 February 2012 (UTC)

Who exactly is Drelas?[edit]

Is there anything in game saying what his intentions are? Is he an evil necromancer or just a guy who isn't too fond of visitors? I've started leaving his cottage alone in case he is the latter. Who would I be to intrude on his life if he just isn't too fond of visitors? — Unsigned comment by 62.60.103.24 (talk) at 21:40 on 3 September 2013‎

Not really, unfortunately. The only information that we have on him is what is found in the article. Beyond that is speculation, which we don't add to the wiki on policy. I myself have always thought of him as some grouchy old guy who just doesn't like trespassers (understandable, since your character is usually only seen by him when breaking into his house armed to the teeth: not a friendly sight :P). --¿Vulpa? 00:08, 9 September 2013 (GMT)
I like to think he's a Nerevarine from TES3: Morrowind. — Unsigned comment by 95.30.149.2 (talk) at 12:38 on 15 February 2014
A nerevarine? there is only one. You were his reincarnation in Morrowind.— Unsigned comment by 104.33.174.62 (talk) at 22:46 on 25 July 2014
It's *technically* possible. In Skyrim we play the Dovahkiin, meaning the Nerevarine - if alive 200 years later - would be an NPC elsewhere, and several canon references imply the Nerevarine was a male dunmer. However, as the Nerevarine apparently sailed to Akavir, I doubt he'd've returned to a spitefully hermetical life in the boondocks of Skyrim only to get ganked while looming over his enchanting table. Myrthuil (talk) 14:05, 12 January 2017 (UTC)
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