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Город Имперский Город
Waterfront District
Дом Jair's Shack
Раса Редгард Пол Мужской
Уровень 4 Класс Rogue
RefID 000477D5 BaseID 000477D4
Дополнительная информация
Здоровье 58 Магия 85
Ответств. 10 Агрессия 10
Фракции Thieves Guild(Footpad); IC Citizens
Jair in front of his house in the Waterfront District

Jair is a Редгард rogue and a member of the Гильдия воров living in the Имперский Город’s Waterfront District. He shares his shack with another Redguard, namely Isleif the Open-Handed. Being a Rogue, he can cast leveled major Иллюзия spells.

He ranks as a Footpad in the guild but rarely practices thievery, mainly because he is cautious and picks his victims carefully. Instead, he leads a simple and relaxed life and visits various destinations in the city. His shack is located in the center of the housing area and he sleeps there every night between 10pm and 6am. He will always spend the first two hours of the day (until 8am) wandering around in his shack and will always return home at 8pm for a chat with Isleif before bedtime. At all other times, on all regular weekdays (Morndas to Fredas), he will be away from the shack, venturing out into the big city.

On Morndas, Middas and Fredas he will spend his morning in the Waterfront District, preferably in the area between the lighthouse and the Marie Elena. He pauses at 12pm for a two-hour meal at The Bloated Float Inn. After lunch he will, on Morndas and Fredas, resume his strolling in the District until 8pm. On Middas, he will cross the walkway and enter the Temple District and pray in the Temple of the One until 6pm. He will then return to the Waterfront for a bit of wandering before returning to his shack. On Tirdas and Turdas he will, at 8am, travel to the Market District and spend his morning there. At 12pm, he travels back to his shack for a two-hour lunch. The rest of the day is spent visiting his favored areas on the Waterfront. During the weekends, he stays inside the shack all day long, eating lunch at midday as usual, and only ventures outside at 4pm on Sundas for a four-hour prayer in the Temple of the One. The exception to this routine are during the Misdirection quest, when all Waterfront District residents are confined to their homes. Also, after The Ultimate Heist is completed, Jair will join his fellow guild-members in Dareloth's House every night between 9pm and 5am.

Despite him living with the generous Isleif, he is quite poor and his wardrobe reflects that. It consists of typical lower-class items, a pair of fishing waders with braided leather sandals. He wields an iron dagger and carries a spare pair of belted braies and a small amount of gold.

His shack also reflects his lower-class status. In the entryway are a food barrel and a clutter sack along with a table that holds a loaf of bread and a cheese wedge. Jair's bed is in the northwest corner; a chest of drawers that contains clothing sits between the bed and the fireplace with a copy of Followers of the Gray Fox and Manual of Arms on top. Isleif's bed is in the southeast corner, and at the foot of it sits a clutter chest and a clutter sack. Two food barrels and a clutter sack sit in the northeast corner, on the other side of the door. The alcove in the north end of the house holds a food barrel, a food cupboard, and two grain sacks. The sacks are the only containers in the house that do not respawn.

When you approach him, it becomes apparent that he is an atypical Thieves Guild member and prefers peace over confrontation: "I'm Jair, I'm a dip...a pickpocket. But relax. You're safe from me. You look like you might take offense. Too risky." When asked about the Imperial City, he will even provide a bit of fair warning: "You have to watch out for pickpockets in the city. You’d be surprised how many waterfronters earn a good income that way."