Oblivion:Алдос Отран

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Алдос Отран
Город Cheydinhal
Дом Aldos Othran's House / None
Раса Данмер Пол Мужской
Уровень 1 Класс Farmer
RefID 0003C8B4 BaseID 000034DE
Дополнительная информация
Здоровье 10 Магия 100
Ответств. 50 Агрессия 5
Важный Until Corruption and Conscience (Scripted Death)
Фракции Cheydinhal Citizens
Aldos Othran
Файл:OB-Othran House.jpg
Aldos Othran's House

Aldos Othran is a Данмер farmer living a very hard life in Cheydinhal. After the tragic and unexpected death of his wife, he turned to alcoholism, and his many drunken exploits around town gave him fine after fine by the corrupt City Watch, more specifically the captain of the guard, Ulrich Leland. As Aldos couldn’t afford to pay the fines, he got kicked out of his own house and now lives on a bedroll behind Riverview, where he gets by consuming mead and strolling around town, singing old songs in a drunken stupor. During the related quest, he will meet his demise at the hands of the guard in front of his house, an event that will finally put a stop to Ulrich's evil ways.

He sleeps on his bedroll every night until 10am and immediately starts drinking when he wakes up. After two hours, he heads for the two bridges connecting the small island in the middle of town. He can be found on the bridge closest to Riverview from midday to 4pm and on the other bridge from 4pm until 8pm, constantly singing the "Cliff Racer Song" to everyone who passes by: "Flyyyin'... flyyin' in the skyyyy.... cliff racer flys [sic] so high.... flyinnn'..." After that, he will return to his bedroll for yet another four hours of drinking before finally going to bed at midnight. The exception to this schedule is during the related quest, where he will walk directly to his house, argue and insult the guard who watches over it, before finally engaging in combat with him.

He is armed with an iron dagger and carries around his mug and a very small amount of gold. He wears breeches, oiled linen shoes, and a shirt with suspenders.

The only thing you can get out of him when you approach him is a drunken: "Who... wha... are you... time is it? Hic."

His house is in southwest Cheydinhal, right next door to his good friend Llevana Nedaren's house. In the entryway are a chest and a sack in the southeast corner, both holding clutter. In the corner beside the stairs leading up to the second floor sits two barrels, one with food and one with clutter, and two grain sacks. The hallway leading to the north holds a table on the east wall with seven strawberries and a smaller table on the west wall with a bottle of Tamika's West Weald Wine. The two wine racks on the west wall hold seven bottles of Surilie Brothers Wine, seven more bottles of Tamika's West Weald Wine, and six bottles of cheap wine. In the dining area at the end of the hall, the table in front of the fireplace holds three яблокоs, three summer bolete caps, two steel blue entoloma caps, and a loaf of bread. The alcove in the northwest holds a drinks cupboard with two тыкваs on top of it and another two in the floor.

On the second floor, two food barrels sit in the sitting area next to the stairs railing. Three pumpkins and four watermelons sit in the floor next to them. Another food barrel sits in the southeast corner and on the table holds seven oranges and a bottle of Surilie Brothers Wine. The bookshelf holds three more bottles of Surilie Brothers Wine, a bottle of Tamika's West Weald Wine, a bottle of Tamika Vintage 415, and a clutter sack. In the bedroom the double bed sits in the southeast corner with a clothing chest of drawers next to it, holding another bottle of Surilie Brothers Wine on top of it. The chest at the foot of the bed can contain gold and jewelry. In the northwest corner sits a clothing cupboard and a chest that can hold armor and/or weapons. A patched vest sits on the table with a pair of rough leather shoes on the floor underneath it. The two chests in the bedroom and the four sacks are the only containers in the house that do not respawn.

Llevana Nedaren is obviously very worried about him and will tell you the full story: "Take my good friend Aldos Othran for example. In the last months, he’s been fined six times! SIX! All for being drunk and disorderly. Well, Aldos couldn’t pay his last two fines, so they seized his home and threw him into the street until he could pay it! Bastards! Poor fellow. You may be able to find him roaming the streets of Cheydinhal, probably drunk. Only a month ago, he lost his wife. They were traveling the road from the Imperial City when a bandit raiding party struck. He barely escaped alive. Ever since then, he’s been drunk. Sure, he gets rowdy sometimes, but he’s never hurt anyone."

When the inevitable happens, Llevana will of course be shocked: "Oh no! They killed him! I can’t believe this! Ever since his wife passed at the hands of the bandits, his life has been miserable. I’d grown to become fond of him. I wanted to take him into my house, but I was afraid. And now look what’s become of him."... "I'll make the necessary arrangements for his burial. He'll be buried next to his poor wife."

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  • He and the necromancer Noveni share the same surname, although there does not appear to be any in-game relationship between the two.