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|description=a large manor in the [[Oblivion:Imperial City|Imperial City]] [[Oblivion:Talos Plaza District|Talos Plaza District]] ([[Oblivion:Boots of Springheel Jak|quest-related]]). It can be found in the main plaza, between [[Oblivion:The Tiber Septim Hotel|The Tiber Septim Hotel]] and [[Oblivion:Umbacano|Umbacano Manor]].
 
It is the residence of [[Oblivion:Jakben, Earl of Imbel's|Jakben, HouseEarl of Imbel]], an ancient vampire posing as a local nobleman, and his servant, [[Oblivion:Gemellus Axius|Gemellus Axius]]. The house is divided into five areas; four of themwhich are regular house areas, namely: ''[[#Jakben Imbel's House|Jakben Imbel's House]]'', ''[[#Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters|Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters]]'', ''[[#Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters (Study)|Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters (Study)]]'', and ''[[#Jakben Imbel's Basement|Jakben Imbel's Basement]]''. The fifth area, ''[[#Catacombs|Catacombs]]'', is actually a cave hidden underneath the house, containing [[Oblivion:Vampire|vampires]].
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It is the residence of [[Oblivion:Jakben, Earl of Imbel|Jakben Imbel]], an ancient vampire posing as a local nobleman. The Earl's servant, [[Oblivion:Gemellus Axius|Gemellus Axius]], also lives in the house. A nest of vampires can be found in the family crypt: a small cave accessible from the basement.
 
Jakben Imbel's House is divided into five areas; four of them are regular house areas, namely: ''[[#Jakben Imbel's House|Jakben Imbel's House]]'', ''[[#Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters|Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters]]'', ''[[#Jakben Imbel's Study|Jakben Imbel's Study]]'', and ''[[#Jakben Imbel's Basement|Jakben Imbel's Basement]]''. The fifth area, ''[[#Catacombs|Catacombs]]'', is actually a cave hidden underneath the house, containing vampires.
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==Jakben Imbel's House==
[[File:OB-interior-Jakben Imbel's House.jpg|thumb|right|Jakben Imbel's House]]
The ground floor is absolutely spotless with ceramic pottery and silverware methodically lined up on various tables. As is custom with Imperial City mansions, there are two entrances to the [[#Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters|private quarters]] as well asand two {{hover|Average|locked}} entrances to the [[#Jakben Imbel's Basement|basement]]. A desk is placed in the center of the room and holds [[Oblivion:Clutter|clutter]]. Near the eastern staircase, a small table holds a [[Oblivion:Sweetcake|sweetcake]] with a bottle of [[Oblivion:Cheap Wine|cheap wine]] on the side. Two barrels near the foot of the stairs contain clutter. In the western side of the room, on another small table, sits a bowl with nine [[Oblivion:Blackberry|blackberries]] and two additional bottles of cheap wine. The cupboard and the two barrels all hold clutter. Jakben's manservant, Gemellus Axius, can be found here in the afternoon.
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==Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters==
[[File:OB-interior-Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters.jpg|thumb|right|Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters]]
Entering the private quarters from the eastern staircase lands you near [[Oblivion:GemellusGemellus’ Axius{{hover|Gemellus Axius]]’sEasy|locked}} room, which is filled to the brim with wine: four bottles of cheap wine, three bottles of [[Oblivion:Surilie Brothers Wine|Surilie Brothers Wine]], three bottles of [[Oblivion:Tamika's West Weald Wine|Tamika's West Weald Wine]], and one bottle of [[Oblivion:Surilie Brothers Vintage 415|Surilie Brothers Vintage 415]]. The set of drawers near the door contains clutter and has three [[Oblivion:Apple|apples]] sitting on top. The two barrels and the chest at the foot of the bed contains clutter while the small table holds another apple and a copy of ''[[Oblivion:Beggar Prince|Beggar Prince]]''. A food cupboard near the door has a non-respawning, {{hover|Hard|locked}} jewelry box hidden on top, which has a chance of containing [[Oblivion:Gold|coins]] or a [[Oblivion:Silver Nugget|silver nugget]]. The neighboring room is {{hover|Average|locked}} and contains a desk and another set of drawers, both with clutter, while the unlocked chest contains silverware and/or gold. The small book collection includes copies of ''[[Oblivion:Thief of Virtue|Thief of Virtue]]'' and all five volumes of ''[[Oblivion:The Real Barenziah|The Real Barenziah]]''.
 
The dining area is located in the center of the quarters with a set of stairs leading to Jakben’s [[#Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters (Study)|study]]. When entering from Gemellus’s quarters, two chests near the door hold clutter while the large dining table seats six and has plenty of food on display;: five ears of [[Oblivion:Corn|corn]], seven slicespieces of [[Oblivion:Venison|venison]], and eleven [[Oblivion:Radish|radishes]], as well as two bottles of [[Oblivion:Cheap Wine|cheap wine]]. The two wine racks combined hold an impressive 33 bottles. A non-respawning grain sack can be found near one of the racks and two [[Oblivion:Cheese Wedge|cheese wedges]] sit on the small table near the western door. A human [[Oblivion:Skull|skull]] near the {{hover|Hard|locked}} trapdoor leading up to the study ties the room together with a macabre touch.
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==Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters (Study)==
[[File:OB-interior-Jakben Imbel's Study.jpg|thumb|right|Jakben Imbel's Study]]
The study (alsoanother calledarea “Jakbenlabeled as ''Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters”Quarters'' in-game) is a cramped, circular room with tapestries and spider webs covering the walls. On a small table sits a silver bowl with three apples. Jakben’s {{hover|Hard|locked}} desk has a copy of ''[[Oblivion:The Book of Daedra|The Book of Daedra]]'' and three bottles of [[Oblivion:Tamika's West Weald Wine|Tamika's West Weald Wine]] on top, as well as a non-respawning, {{hover|Hard|locked}} jewelry box with a chance of holding enchanted jewelry or a potion inside. When you reach [[Oblivion:Boots of Springheel Jak#Journal Entries|stage 20]] of the related quest, the desk will contain the ''[[Oblivion:Imbel_Genealogy|Imbel Genealogy]]''.
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==Jakben Imbel's Basement==
[[File:OB-interior-Jakben Imbel's Basement.jpg|thumb|right|Jakben Imbel's Basement]]
The basement area -, at least on the surface -, appears innocent,: a typical basement used for storage;. howeverHowever, it hides the entrance{{hover|Imbel toFamily theCrypt [[#CatacombsKey|catacombs]], which is locked}} untilentrance you acquireto the [[Oblivion:Imbel_House_Key#Catacombs|keycatacombs]] during the related quest. When entering the basement from the western door, the first room contains four barrels, four crates, three sacks and two chests, all with clutter, as well as two open food sacks. TheA {{hover|Average|locked}} door leads to the central area of the basement which contains eight clutter sacks and a single clutter chest, while two cupboards and a chest of drawers contain upper-class [[Oblivion:Clothing|clothing]]. Even more clutter can be found inthrough the easternother room,{{hover|Average|locked}} divideddoor intoto the east with five sacks, one barrel, and one chest;. however, aA most impressive wine collection can also be found, with a whopping 50 bottles of [[Oblivion:Tamika's West Weald Wine|Tamika's West Weald Wine]]. None of the sacks in the basement respawn.
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==Catacombs==
[[File:OB-interior-Jakben Imbel's Crypt.jpg|thumb|left|Springheel Jak's coffin]]
For such a small cave, the tomb certainly has its share of enemies. Coming through the door at '''A''' will place you in a cavern containgcontaining one coffin, with a 50% chance of an enemy on the opposite side of the room. To the left is a small side passage, leading to a room containing up to two enemies. Behind a {{hover|Hard|locked}} door is an area containing two coffins and a healing chest, possibly being guarded by a vampire. An unlocked door leads to a dead end and two treasure chests.
 
Going back to the main cavern and continuing down into the southern passageway will bring you down a twisting cave into an open space containing one guaranteed vampire, and a 50% chance of another enemy. At the end of this room is another coffin. Backtracking up to the main cavern again and this time turning right down the eastern passage will bring you to a junction. One way is blocked by rocks, but has a healing chest at the end of it. Another is blocked by ana average-{{hover|Average|locked}} door. Going through this door will bring you face-to-face with a vampire boss, as well asand perhaps an undead servant. Once you've dealt with them, unlock the next door and proceed into the final room. Inside will be Springheel Jak's Coffin, which contains the ''[[Oblivion:Diary of Springheel Jak|Diary of Springheel Jak]]''. Opening it will not reveal the [[Oblivion:Boots of Springheel Jak (clothing)|boots]] you've come to steal, but it will cause Jakben to appear inside the cave and attack.
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'''Occupants:'''
* 1 boss-level [[Oblivion:Vampire|Vampire]] (50% chance Vampire Matriarch, 50% chance Vampire Patriarch)
* 1-5 [[Oblivion:Vampires|Vampire]] Enemies (each 50% probability Vampire, 33% [[Oblivion:Undead|Undead]], 17% Vampire Beast)
* 1-2 [[Oblivion:Vampires|Vampire]]
* 0-1 [[Oblivion:Undead|Undead]]
'''Treasure:'''
* Springheel Jak's Coffin at location '''B''' on map
 
==Notes==
*There are multiple keys to various locations in the house:
*The [[Oblivion:Imbel House Key|house key]] is carried by Jakben and Gemellus.
*Jakben also carries the*The [[Oblivion:Imbel Family CryptHouse Key|house key]] tois thecarried Catacombsby during theJakben relatedand questGemellus.
*There is*Jakben also acarries the [[Oblivion:Jakben Imbel's HouseFamily Crypt Key|key]] to unlock the coffinCatacombs ofduring Springheel Jak that does notthe appearrelated in-gamequest.
**There is also a [[Oblivion:Jakben Imbel's House Key|key]] to unlock the coffin of Springheel Jak that does not appear in-game.
*The following containers are [[Oblivion:Safe Containers|non-respawning]] and therefore safe for storage:
**Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters: The locked jewelry box and grain sack.
**Jakben Imbel's Study: The locked jewelry box.
**Jakben Imbel's Basement: All of the sacks.
*There are two zones labeled as ''Jakben Imbel's Private Quarters'', one used as the home's sleeping quarters, the other used as Jakben's study. ''Study'' has been added in parentheses to differentiate the two.
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