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Oblivion:Jakben Imbel's House

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Jakben Imbel's Study: Removing capitalised "Study" - isn't a name.
The dining area is located in the center of the quarters with a set of stairs leading to Jakben’s study. When entering from Gemellus’ quarters, two chests near the door holds clutter while the large dining table seats six and has plenty of food on display; five ears of [[Oblivion:Corn|corn]], seven slices 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 a two [[Oblivion:Cheese Wedge|cheese wedges]] sits on the small table near the western door. A human [[Oblivion:Skull|skull]] near the trapdoor up to the study ties the room together with a macabre touch.
===Jakben Imbel's Study===
The Studystudy (also called “Jakben Imbel's Private 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 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, locked jewelry box with a chance of enchanted jewelry or a potion. 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]]