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'''Jaganvir''' is the Archmage of the [[Redguard:Mage's Guild|Mage's Guild]] on [[Redguard:Stros M'Kai|Stros M'Kai]]. He succeeded the previous Archmage, [[Redguard:Voa|Voa]], after the [[Lore:Battle of Hunding Bay|Battle of Hunding Bay]], during which Voa was slain. Jaganvir is currently studying for the [[Lore:The Battlespire|the Battlespire]], an elite college of mages where the shadow legion trains, located between the planes of [[Lore:Oblivion|Oblivion]] and [[Lore:Nirn|Nirn]]. Before you go to the [[Redguard:Restless League Hideout|League hideout]], he appears outside his study room about two-thirds of the time.
The new Archmage has submitted to [[Redguard:Amiel Richton|Governor Richton]]'s rule, and forbids talking about or helping the [[Lore:Crowns|Crowns]] for fear of the [[Lore:Empire|Empire]] shutting the guild down. This policy and his irritable behavior have earned him a bad reputation among current and former guild members. [[Redguard:Avik|Avik]] in particular calls him "a spineless toad of a man".
After learning about [[Redguard:Iszara|Iszara]] and the [[Redguard:Soul Gem|soul gem]], you can ask the guild's Apprentice, [[Redguard:Falicia|Falicia]] about them. A lengthy conversation ensues, but Jaganvir walks out of his study enraged. He must be sure you will never speak of what you've learned, so he casts a spell and turns [[Redguard:Cyrus|Cyrus]] turns into a gremlin.
:'''"This really won't take long."'''
:''"The [[Lore:The Battlespire|Battlespire]] test awaits. I have no time for you now. Please."''
:'''"I was wondering..."'''
:'''Jaganvir''': ''"Silence!"''
:'''Falicia''': ''"Archmage Jaganvir! I was only--"''
:'''Jaganvir''': ''"Would you have the [[Lore:Empire|Empire]] put the whole of the guild in chains? Speaking of this is strictly forbidden!"''
:'''Cyrus''': ''"Back off, sparkly, I was just leaving. I have everything I wanted to know."''
:'''Jaganvir''': ''"You're not leaving until I'm sure you'll never speak a word of what you've learned. And I have a perfect... and most satisfying... means of ensuring your discretion."''