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Граф Регулус Терентиус
Город Бравил
Дом Castle Bravil
Раса Имперец Пол Мужской
Уровень 15 Класс Noble
RefID 0000A121 BaseID 0000A08E
Дополнительная информация
Здоровье 130 Магия 120
Ответств. 100 Агрессия 5
Фракции Bravil; Bravil Castle
Regulus Terentius on his throne in the County Hall of Castle Bravil

Regulus Terentius is the count of Бравил, who has seemingly let the power go to his head. He has a son, Gellius Terentius, who is known around town as a Skooma addict and regularly leaves the Castle to go to the privacy of the Skooma Den.

The count wakes up at 6am, and spends two hours relaxing in his private quarters. At 8am he heads to the Great Hall, and sits on his throne until 6pm. He then returns to his private quarters for two hours, to prepare for his formal dinner in the North Wing at 8pm. After four hours of feasting, he wearily makes his way back to his private quarters and retires for the night.

He is armed with a silver longsword, and wears a blue velvet outfit with blue suede shoes. He has a sizable amount of gold, a leveled piece of jewelry, the Castle Bravil Interior Key and the Bravil Dungeon Key.

When you first meet him, he will rudely introduce himself: "Regulus Terentius, Count Bravil. Good of you to introduce yourself, stranger, but no point, really. I'm the count, and you have no business talking to the count, right? Good. All straightened out. Off with you, then." Asking him about Bravil won't provide you much information: "Yes, yes, Count of Bravil. Are you a foreigner? Do yourself a favor. Learn the basics about the places you visit. There. Problem solved." He doesn't have a very high opinion of High Chancellor Ocato: "He thinks to use his position as head of the Elder Council to make himself Emperor. He will not succeed."

If you're looking to buy a house in Bravil, he will sell you a small shack on the bottom floor of a duplex in the south side of town for 4,000 gold: "Really? It just so happens there is a modest shack overlooking the canal. It's not much to look at, but the smell will soon make you forget how ugly it is." It's quite small but conviently located below Luciana Galena. When you agree, he will give you the key: "Very well. I'll have my steward register the deed of ownership. Here is your key. It's squalid little shack, I'm sorry to say. Oh, and the place is fairly bare. If I were you, I'd head on over to Nilawen at The Fair Deal and get some furnishings. Or you could always eat off the floor... doesn't matter to me." Telling him you're not ready to buy, he won't care much: "It's of no great consequence to me." Telling him the price is too high, he will be irritated: "If you didn't have the money, you shouldn't have wasted my time."

During Allies for Bruma, he'll show even less manners upon greeting him: "Regulus Terentius, Count Bravil. I'm really rather busy, and I doubt that you have anything to say that I need to hear." Asking for help before closing the Oblivion Gate, he'll understand your request, but will refuse: "I wish I could help. I understand the need to help defend the heir to the throne. It is a duty we all share. But with an Oblivion Gate threatening Bravil, I need all my soldiers here." When the gate is closed, he will thank you: "Thank you for closing the Oblivion Gate that was threatening Bravil. I will send my guard captain, Viera Lerus, to Bruma's aid." If Viera died however, he won't provide any additional help: "I would like to send help, but unfortunately my guard is short-handed with the death of Captain Lerus. I need all my soldiers at home right now."

The upper class may express their opinion on Regulus and his son: "With Regulus Terentius for a father, what do you expect from Gellius? The acorn never falls too far from the tree." or "It is fashionable to make fun of Bravil and Regulus Terentius. Personally, I think it is poor sport to mock the poor and disadvantaged."

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Заметки

  • He is the only count not marked as essential at any point in the game.