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Oblivion:Tyrellius Logellus

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Tyrellius Logellus
(RefID: 00053789, 0005383D)
Home City Bruma
Location Castle Bruma Dungeon
Race Imperial Gender Male
Level PC+5 Class Guard
RefID 00053789
BaseID 00053788
Other Information
Health 45 + (6+2.2)x(PC+4), PC=1-20
Magicka 100 + 1.5x(PC+4) (max=250)
Responsibility 100 Aggression 5
Faction(s) Jailors; Bruma Citizens; Bruma Castle; Bruma Guard
Tyrellius Logellus in Bruma Castle Dungeon

Tyrellius Logellus is an Imperial Guard and the jailor in the Bruma dungeon. He's looking for the gold Jorundr stole during Two Sides of the Coin and will only appear from stage 35 of the quest.

As a guard, he wears the Bruma cuirass along with chainmail greaves, chainmail boots and chainmail gauntlets, and is armed with a silver longsword. He also carries a small amount of gold, keys to Castle Bruma, and a random lower class shirt, pants and shoes.

Related QuestsEdit

Quest-Related EventsEdit

Two Sides of the CoinEdit

You will first hear of him when you first ask Jorundr about the stolen gold:

"That fetcher of a guard Tyrellius is always trying to be sneaky. Well, you can forget it. Tell him it isn't going to work."

Once you have been thrown into the same jail cell as Jorundr, Tyrellius will walk up and try to find out where he stashed the gold, unsuccessfully:

Tyrellius: "You've got nothing to lose. So why not just tell me and save us both a heap of trouble?"
Jorundr: "Yeah, sure. And I suppose I just end up rotting while you spend it all? Forget it."
Tyrellius: "You're gonna end up rotting here anyway, you idiot."
Jorundr: "Look, you horse's ass. I've never trusted city guardsmen. Never. So I'm definitely not going to start trusting you, Tyrellius."
Tyrellius: "Suit yourself. Enjoy your stay."

If you manage to talk to him through the cell door, he won't be very friendly:

"I don't talk to inmates. Now shut up, and don't bother me." After that he will just wander the dungeon.

After this, he will be found wandering around the dungeon, though once you leave jail and speak to Arnora he will disappear from the game. If you kill her, then he won't reappear. If however you tricked Jorundr into believing you killed Arnora, he will be wandering around Jorundr's chest of gold, just north of the North Gate.

At this point he will have different items with him: instead of the Bruma cuirass, he will wear a regular chainmail cuirass, and his keys and clothes will be missing. He will walk up to you and say:

"I'm here for Jorundr's gold, and you're my only loose end. I'd been hoping to get someone in his cell and loosen his lips, and then you showed up. You really should be more careful when you talk in the dungeons... the sound tends to carry. Jorundr's such an idiot. I've taken care of Arnora, she won't be around to point the finger. And Jorundr's not going anywhere for a long time. That just leaves you..."

After this he will exit conversation and will attack you. After his death, if you speak to Jorundr he'll gloat:

"Can't say I'm sad to hear about Tyrellius either. Good work, good work."


  • There are actually two versions of Tyrellius. The statistics provided in the summary are for the original version of Tyrellius who you meet in Bruma dungeons (RefID 00053789, BaseID 00053788). At the end of the related quest, the second version of Tyrellius appears (RefID 0005383D, BaseID 0005378D), who is a level PC+0 Warrior and is the only member of the "Tyrellius is Evil" faction.
  • Even after you serve your sentence Tyrellius will still refer to you as an "inmate" if you attempt to speak to him.


  • After you get arrested and talk to Jorundr, if you manage to escape from jail without resting or waiting, Tyrellius will be duplicated. If you decide to help Arnora, then go outside to claim the gold and kill Tyrellius, you can return to the Bruma dungeon and find him still alive and well equipped in Bruma guard clothing.
  • If you kill Tyrellius while in jail and let Arnora live, Tyrellius will still be alive and waiting by the treasure chest.
  • Tyrellius' body will permanently stay where he is killed.