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Morrowind:Farvyn Oreyn

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Farvyn Oreyn (farvyn oreyn)
(lore page)
Location Bitter Coast Region, [-8,2] (map)
Race Dark Elf Gender Male
Level 6 Class Battlemage
Other Information
Health 83 Magicka 126
Alarm 50 Fight 30
Farvyn Oreyn

Farvyn Oreyn, a Dark Elf battlemage, is the last descendant of the false Dunmer hero Oreyn Bearclaw. After you begin the associated quest, he will be located south of Gnaar Mok with his two bodyguards, Dreynis Nothro and Vala Herennius. He is extremely arrogant, and plans to win his ancestor's fame back by performing "heroic deeds". Malacath tasks you with killing Farvyn to end the Oreyn bloodline.

Farvyn wears a Dwemer cuirass with matching greaves and boots. He also wears Dwemer bracers and Dwemer pauldrons. Underneath his armor he wears an extravagant shirt with matching pants, a third barrier belt and a blood despair amulet. In combat, he wields a silver flameaxe.

In addition to his natural resistance to fire and the sanctuary provided by his ancestors, Farvyn knows the spells Daedric Bite, Dire Weakness to Shock, Dire Weakness to Poison, Dire Weakness to Magicka, Dire Weakness to Frost, Dire Weakness to Fire, Weakness to Corprus Disease, Weakness to Blight Disease, Deadly Poison [Ranged], Hand of Decay, Summon Ancestral Ghost, Fourth Barrier and Heavy Burden Touch.

Related QuestsEdit



  • Kharag gro-Khar:
"Who? Oh, the orc [sic]. I'm sure I don't know...all right, stranger. It's all true. Do you think it's easy carrying on this kind of family name? Everyone expects a lot, you know. Of course, it does have its benefits--the adoration of everyone, the Imperial stipend. Why have you sought me out, then?"
I come on the behest of Malacath to end this lie.: "Well, if that is how it must be. Guards! Kill this fool!"
I have no wish to trouble you further.: "That is noble of you. However, I'm afraid I can't let someone go around ruining my family's good name. Guards! Silence this fool!"
  • Oreyn Bearclaw:
"My most wonderful ancestor--father of my father's father's father! He began the Oreyn tradition of helping the helpless."