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(RefID: xx001BFF)
Added by Knights of the Nine
Home City Bravil
Location Great Chapel of Mara
Race Argonian Gender Male
Level 16 Class Healer
RefID xx001BFF BaseID xx000F60
Available 10am-12pm, 4pm-8pm every day
Training Trainer (Advanced)Restoration (Advanced) Restoration, Advanced
Other Information
Health 90 Magicka 85
Responsibility 50 Aggression 5
Faction(s) Bravil; Nine Divines 0K(Pilgrim Pilgrim)

Beem-Kiurz is an Argonian healer added as a replacement for Marz by the Knights of the Nine official download. His schedule and services are nearly identical to those of Marz. In particular, he offers advanced training in Restoration at the Great Chapel of Mara in Bravil.

He wears a blue & green outfit and a pair of quilted shoes. He carries the Bravil chapel key and a small amount of gold. Beem-Kiurz knows a leveled set of healer spells (always the strongest for his skill level), as well as one random-leveled extra major Restoration spell.

From 10am to 12pm and from 4pm to 8pm every day, he will always worship in the chapel and provide training services. It is also possible to get training from him between 12pm and 4pm, but he is likely to be in the sanctuary or undercroft during those times and therefore difficult to access.