Oblivion:Хагэр

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Хагэр
Город Имперский Город
Temple District
Дом Hagaer's House
Раса Босмер Пол Мужской
Уровень 4 Класс Commoner
RefID 0001DA95 BaseID 0001D352
Дополнительная информация
Здоровье 49 Магия 110
Respons. 50 Агрессия 5
Фракции IC Citizens
Hagaer during his weekly trip to the Университет Таинств

Hagaer is a Босмер commoner who lives in the Temple District of the Имперский Город.

His big passion in life is reading and collecting books and he owns the library to prove it. He can always be found inside his mansion between 6pm and 6am, eating dinner on the ground floor for two hours at 6pm and sleeping in his private quarters between 10pm and 6am. At all other times he can be found either wandering on the ground floor or visiting various destinations in the big City.

On regular weekdays (Morndas to Fredas), he will wake up and spend an hour on the ground floor before leaving at 7am for the All-Saints Inn, where he finds himself an empty seat and enjoys a three-hour breakfast. He leaves at 10am for the Университет Таинств, where he spends six hours chatting with the many similar minded and well-read scholars and apprentices. At 4pm, he leaves to spend two hours in the city’s popular Arboretum before heading home for a 6pm dinnertime. On Loredas, he will spend two hours on the ground floor before leaving at 8am. He will cross the street and enter the Temple of the One for an early morning prayer until noon. Then he spends all afternoon in the Arboretum, leaving for his 6pm dinner. On Sundas, he once again leaves at 8am, this time to spend his morning in the Arboretum. At 10am, he takes the long walk to the Market District and enters the Mystic Emporium for a chat with proprietor Calindil. He returns to the Arboretum at 4pm and strolls around a bit, before going back to his house at 6pm.

He wears a set of upper-class clothing, a green brocade doublet, green silk garments and a pair of green velvet shoes. He carries around his house key and a leveled amount of gold.

Hagaer's expensive mansion is located in the attractive center of the Temple District and reflects his upper-class status. As is common of wealthy Imperial City houses, the ground floor is more or less barebones in order to mislead eventual thieves. There is still a decent amount of silverware and some expensive pottery, but three bottles of cheap wine suggest Hagaer might store the more expensive stuff elsewhere. The northern part of the private quarters contains two big bedrooms; the northernmost one displaying Hagaer’s wine collection: nine bottles of Tamika's West Weald Wine, four bottles of Surilie Brothers Wine and two bottles of cheap wine. In the same room are two locked chests, one with some spare change and small chance of jewelry (10%), the other containing up to three pieces of lower-level armor or weapons. The drawers nearby house up to six pieces of upper-class clothing (75% each). In the southern bedroom are another clothing-holding set of drawers and a jewelry box atop it containing a few gold coins and possibly a piece of jewelry (50%) and a nugget (50%). The dining area is spacious and also functions as Hagaer's private library. Laid out on the table is a wide array of expensive food, including eight pieces of venison and more bottles from the Скинград wineries. His large book collection includes rare copies of Herminia Cinna's The Last King of the Ayleids and Hanging Gardens, as well as many other common books. The basement area is quite empty; fifteen bottles of Tamika's being the only items of value.

A Bosmer of few words, he will admit his addiction for the written word, even in his introduction: "My name is Hagaer. I don't get out much. Too many books to read." And when asked about the Imperial City, he will elaborate: "It's terrible. I just can't walk past a bookstore. The First Edition, in the Market District, is the worst."