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Zennammu (zennammu)
Location Shashurari Camp, Zennammu's Yurt
Race Dark Elf Gender Female
Level 15 Class Mabrigash
Other Information
Health 151 Magicka 104
Alarm 0 Fight 20

Zennammu is a Dark Elf mabrigash in the Shashurari Camp. She is holding Jocien Ancois, an Imperial missionary, hostage.

She is wearing an expensive robe with matching shoes and amulet and a chitin shield. She is carrying a chitin war axe and up to 30 drakes. Aside from her natural resistance to fire and the sanctuary provided by her ancestors, she knows the following spells: Weary, Sixth Barrier, Poet's Whim, Great Resist Common Disease, Variable Resist Corprus Disease, Great Resist Fire, Flameguard, Great Resist Frost, Frostguard, Great Resist Magicka, Shockguard, and Ghost Snake.

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Quest-Related DialogueEdit

Jocien Ancois:
"You want to take Jocien from us? But how can we work our magic without a man? I will let Jocien go if you can bring us a better man. The brave hunter Assaba-Bentus of the Erabenimsun is young, strong, and handsome. If you bring him here, we will let Jocien go."
"Unless he is out hunting, he is in the Erabenimsun camp."

If spoken to again:

  • Assaba-Bentus:
"So he is on his way? And I have only your word on this? Go wait outside until he arrives. Then we can talk."
"Yes, you have brought us a better man. We will let Jocien go."
"Assaba-Bentus is indeed a better man. Thank you for bringing him here."
"Assaba-Bentus is on his way? I will believe that when he is here. Go wait outside for him."
Jocien Ancois
"I had forgotten him. He was easy to forget."