|Home Town||Dragon Bridge|
|House||Lylvieve Family's House|
|Faction(s)||CrimeFactionHaafingar; FavorJobsGatherWheatFaction; Lylvieve Family House Occupants; TownDragonBridgeFaction|
Azzada Lylvieve is a Redguard farmer living in Dragon Bridge with his wife Michel, son Clinton, and daughter Julienne. He grew up an orphan in Markarth, but was taken in by an old Nord warrior who helped him escape the city. Azzada wandered until he found and fell in love with Michel, with whom he settled down to start a family.
Azzada wears a set of farm clothes, a pair of gloves, and a pair of boots. In battle, he relies on an iron war axe. He carries his house key and a collection of common loot and gold. He wakes up at 6am to cut wood for a long twelve hours, skipping lunch with his family due to an oversight (see bugs). He'll hang outside in Dragon Bridge from 6pm to 8pm, after which he'll head home to have dinner with his family for two hours. He'll hang out in his house for the rest of the time, heading to bed at midnight. He will pay you to harvest cabbage, potatoes, and wheat.
When asked about the Moth Priest:
- Know anything about a Moth Priest visiting Dragon Bridge?
- "A Moth Priest? I'm sorry, but I don't know anything about that. Try asking one of the guards."
His greetings can be:
- "Welcome, traveler. Mind yourself in our town."
- "Got a loving wife, a healthy son and a patch of land to call my own. What more could a man ask for?"
- "We aren't a big city like Solitude or Markarth, but we like it this way."
- "If it weren't for Michel, I'd probably be dead in a Markarth gutter by now."
- "Seen some mean-spirited folk pass through lately. Thought I was rid of those sorts when I left Markarth."
When spoken to directly he can be asked questions:
- Do you worry about raising a family in these dangerous times?
- "Of course. Every night I pray that we don't get a visit from a dragon, or that two armies don't show up to fight over the bridge. You ask if I'm worried? I'm terrified, if you want to truth of it. But I have to stay strong for my wife and children."
- You mentioned mean folk passing through town?
- "Both the Imperials and Stormcloaks have sent riders this way, scouting the bridge and the lands nearby. They stayed at the inn, but didn't pay. They said soldiers don't need to pay because they're risking their lives to protect us. And that's not all. They took a heap of our lumber, and one tried to have his way with my daughter. They think they can do whatever they want."
- Did you say you came here from Markarth?
- "I grew up an orphan on the streets of Markarth. I'd have died there, too, but for the kindness of an old warrior named Logrolf the Bent. Logrolf rescued me and gave me enough money to get out of the city. I followed the Karth river north, and came here. When I met Michel, I knew this was where I belonged. I suppose that's it, really."
He can often be seen conversing with his family:
Michel: "Did you read that letter from Markarth yet?"
Azzada: "Yes, just this morning. It was from Logrolf. He wrote to thank us for the food we sent."
Michel: "And how is that old warrior doing these days?"
Azzada: "Not well. He's convinced that his house is haunted, so he's sleeping on the street."
Michel: "Oh dear. I wish there was something we could do to help him."
Azzada: "As do I. That man saved my life. I hope that someone helps him, as he once helped me."
Clinton: "Father, how come Olda's so mean to everyone? She's only ever happy when she's with Lodvar, and she's not even married to him!"
Azzada: "That's no business of yours, son. Mind you keep your nose out of it."
- Azzada mentions that a man named "Logrolf the Bent" saved him from the streets of Markarth. It is possible that this is Logrolf the Willful, especially since he mentions in conversations that Logrolf is still alive and living on the street because he believes his house is haunted, which accords with the fact that in the Creation Kit, Logrolf can be found sharing a room with Degaine in The Warrens. Moreover, the models for the exterior of the Abandoned House are identified as Logrolf's House.
- Azzada was supposed to have lunch with his family from noon to 2pm, but his work package overrides this.
- This bug is fixed by version 1.3.3 of the Unofficial Skyrim Patch.