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Oblivion:Irroke the Wide

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Irroke the Wide
(RefID: 00094F35)
Home Town Pell's Gate
House Irroki the Wide's House
Race Nord Gender Male
Level PC+1 Class Barbarian
RefID 00094F35 BaseID 00026B14
Other Information
Health 53 + (5+2.6)x(PC+0), PC=4-14
Magicka 75 + 1.5x(PC+0) (max=250)
Responsibility 100 Aggression 5
Essential Until Clavicus Vile's Daedric Shrine Quest is completed
Faction(s) Pells Gate
Irroke the Wide in Pell's Gate

Irroke the Wide is a Nord barbarian residing in the small town of Pell's Gate. Umbra used to be his apprentice and asking him about her will reveal her location during the related quest.

He leads a simple life, eating dinner in his house from 8pm to 10pm and sleeping in the same place from 10pm to 4am. Outside those times he will wander around Pell's Gate, at times conversing with his fellow townsfolk.

He wears a lower-class outfit consisting of a coarse linen shirt, coarse linens, and a pair of oiled linen shoes. His only other possession is leveled lower-class gold.

Related QuestsEdit

Quest-Related EventsEdit

Clavicus VileEdit

After you have made an offering of 500 gold to the Daedric Lord Clavicus Vile at his Shrine, he will task you with retrieving Umbra's eponymous sword:

"You will retrieve for me a sword, a very special sword. It contains the soul of Umbra, a hero I have had dealings with in the past. Bring the sword to me, and I'll reward you with my Masque. You'll not find a better bargain, mortal. Begin your search in Pell's Gate."

Head to the village and ask about the warrior to the local denizens, who will point you in the direction of Irroke:

"Umbra? You need to speak with Irroki [sic] the Wide. I've got nothing to say about Umbra."

If you track down the former warrior and ask about Umbra, he will initially be reticent:

"Aye. I know of Umbra. But you're a stranger to me, and I'm not talking."

Raise his Disposition to 60, however, and he will elaborate:

"Umbra. That's a name I haven't heard in a while. And it's not one you should be using around Pell's Gate, either. Before I go on, let's clear something up. Are you here asking about the sword or the person. Which is it?"
The sword.
"It's a powerful sword, no doubt about that. Jet black. Got a wicked edge on it, and they say it can steal a man's soul. I know of at least one soul it stole. Lenwin. She's the one who found the blasted thing. I suppose you want to hear about the person now."
The person. // Tell me about the person.
"Who is Umbra? I can tell you who Umbra used to be. Lenwin. She's my apprentice. Or at least she was, until she found that sword. Never did say where it came from. She just showed up with it one day. Said it was called Umbra. But she was different. She'd always been fair with a sword, but she began looking for fights. Became bloodthirsty. Then started calling herself Umbra, after the sword. Finally signed on with some mercenaries, but I hear that ended, too. We haven't seen her in years."
Tell me about the sword now.
"It's a powerful sword, no doubt about that. Jet black. Got a wicked edge on it, and they say it can steal a man's soul."
Where is she now?
"Can't say for sure. Some say they've seen her nearby, near the Vindasel Ruins. Might just be wishful thinking, though. If she's around, she hasn't come into Pell's Gate. Nor should she. I fear that girl is long gone. If you seek her out, take care. She's a powerful one. Or at least that sword is. I'd steer clear if I was you."

Asking him about Umbra again will have him claim that is all he knows;

"I can't tell you any more than I already have. I'm sorry."

When he exits conversation he will add:

"I wish you luck. I fear you'll need it."

Should you approach him at this point, he will ask:

"What more can I do for you?"

Should you enter conversation hereafter, he will ask:

"What else do you need? We don't want any trouble."