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(RefID: 00007B2D)
Home City Imperial City, Talos Plaza District
House Usheeja's House
Race Argonian Gender Male
Level 15 Class Enforcer
RefID 00007B2D BaseID 0002B5EA
Other Information
Health 111 Magicka 120
Responsibility 100 Aggression 5
Faction(s) Eight Cities Couriers Customers; IC Citizens; Umbacano

Usheeja is an Argonian enforcer who lives in the Imperial City Talos Plaza District. He works the day shift (5am-6pm) as a guard at Umbacano Manor, which is also in the Talos Plaza District.

Usheeja wears a set of chainmail, which includes a cuirass, greaves, and a pair of boots. He also carries a back up brown shirt and light brown linens. He wields a fine iron shortsword, and carries the key to his house, as well as a small amount of gold.

Upon first meeting him he will immediately tell you about his job: "I work as a guard at Umbacano Manor. My name is Usheeja." When questioned about his employer, he will say: "I am one of his guard dogs, no more, no less. He pays us well to guard his many treasures. This is enough for me."


  • In Morrowind, you could find the Amulet of Usheeja, though there was no NPC named "Usheeja" in the game. The amulet cannot be found in Oblivion, however, and Usheeja makes no mention of it.