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Sjorvar Horse-Mouth (sjorvar horse-mouth)
House Sjorvar Horse-Mouth's House
Race Nord Gender Male
Level 9 Class Master-at-Arms
Training Axe (50)
Blunt Weapon (50)
Long Blade (50)
Other Information
Health 115 Magicka 72
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Faction(s) Blades 1(Apprentice)
Sjorvar Horse-Mouth

Sjorvar Horse-Mouth is a Nord master-at-arms who lives by himself in a house in the West Gash region southwest of Ald'ruhn and northwest of Caldera. He is one of the Blades trainers that Caius Cosades will direct you to see, and he offers medium training in Axe, Blunt Weapon, and Long Blade to fellow Blades. If you ask him about it, he will recommend that you see Galbedir at the Balmora Mages Guild for enchanting services.

He is wearing a common shirt with a matching belt, pants, and shoes. He is wielding a steel battle axe. Aside from his natural resistance to shock, immunity to frost, ability to shield himself, and a natural frost damage spell, he knows no spells.

Related QuestsEdit


  • Blades Trainers: "Yes, I can train you. And maybe offer a suggestion. If you're going exploring, get yourself an enchanted weapon, or some scrolls, or both. Can't harm a ghost without an enchanted weapon or magic. Galbedir at the Balmora Mages Guild usually has a selection, and can also enchant items for you -- IF you can afford the charged soul gems she sells, and IF you can afford her enchanting service."
  • latest rumors: "I monitor smuggling along the Bitter Coast. And the job's too big for me. They move moon sugar, skooma, raw ebony, Dwemer artifacts, you name it, through Hla Oad and Gnaar Mok. With the coast honeycombed with smuggler caves, and Camonna Tong locals carrying tiny packages overland by night, I'll never catch them. But maybe you'll have better luck."