Oblivion:Геллиус Терентиус

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Геллиус Терентиус
Город Бравил
Локация Castle Bravil
Раса Имперец Пол Мужской
Уровень 4 Класс Noble
RefID 0000A11E BaseID 0000A092
Дополнительная информация
Здоровье 50 Магия 105
Respons. 40 Агрессия 5
Фракции Bravil; Bravil Castle; Bravil Skooma Den; Nobility (0)
Gellius Terentius

Gellius Terentius is the son of Count Regulus Terentius of Бравил. He's quite snooty towards people he doesn't know, but he has a dirty little secret (that everyone knows about). He's addicted to skooma and visits the Skooma Den weekly to replenish his stash. A chest containing skooma can be found behind the headboard of his bed.

Gellius usually spends all his time lounging about the Lord's Manor North Wing in the castle. He sleeps in his private quarters between midnight and 6am. He attends the formal dinner at 8pm and eats for four hours. The rest of the day, he simply wanders around. He only leaves the north wing on Loredas, when he makes his weekly visit to the skooma den. At midday he heads out to S'Krivva's house to seek her out, and once he has found her, he will make his way to the Skooma Den and stay there until midnight.

Gellius wears a set of upper class clothing: a green brocade doublet, a piece of jewerly, a green silk garment and a pair of green velvet shoes. He is armed with a steel shortsword and has the keys to S'Krivva's house, Bravil Castle interior and exterior. He carries a pewter mug and a large amount of gold.

Speaking to Gellius Terentius will have him ask that you leave him alone: '"Surely... you must know who I am! The Count's son. Do you mind? I have no desire to be further acquainted with every visitor to Bravil." When asked about Bravil, he will show you just how rude he is: "Yes. Bravil. How clever of you. You've already learned the name of the town and county. I see a great future for you in public service."