|Dunbarrow Cove (quest)
|Dunbarrow Cove (place)
|Dunbarrow Cove Items
|May 22, 2006
The Thieves Den is an official download for Oblivion providing your character with a new player-owned home, a secluded pirate hideout known as Dunbarrow Cove. The cove boasts several unique features; vendors who stock weapons, potions and spells to aid Stealth-oriented characters, a Fence who will purchase stolen items, trainers to raise the Security, Sneak, Speechcraft, Marksman and Mercantile skills, pirates who can be recruited and sent out to pillage and plunder, and an unopenable training chest to raise the Security skill.
The download also introduces Dahlia Rackham, who sells upgrades for the cove. She can be found on board The Sea Tub Clarabella docked in Anvil's port. A number of additional characters are recruited by purchasing upgrades. When all upgrades for the hideout have been purchased, a chest containing the Smuggler's Key will appear in the Captain's Quarters. The key opens a door connecting the Smuggler's Cave to a secret chamber in Anvil Castle.
- Uncover a famous pirate's lost ship and claim it for your own. Designed for stealth-based characters. —Former Official Summary
- The Thieves Den provides you with everything you need to outfit your stealth-based character for missions. Rediscover the legendary Dunbarrow Cove and the ancient pirate ship The . Dunbarrow Cove not only provides a home base to operate out of, you can purchase new vendors, trainers, and even an upgrade to your sleeping quarters with the loot from your heists. —Official Summary
- Creatures — 3 new variations of existing creatures are introduced by the download.
- Dunbarrow Cove — a new home for a stealth-oriented character.
- Items — The download introduces 18 new items, many with several variations.
- NPCs — 9 new NPCs are added to the game with Thieves Den.
- Quest — to uncover the Black Flag and restore the hideout.
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