Amaund Motierre is a member of the Elder Council.
Astrid, of the Dark Brotherhood, requests that the Dragonborn investigate what Cicero has been up to and who he is talking to in the lair of the Night Mother. Hiding inside the Night Mother's coffin and eavesdropping on him, the Dragonborn learns that he is speaking to the Night Mother's remains, hoping she will speak back. Instead, she speaks to the Dragonborn, selecting them as her new Listener.
The Night Mother mentions a man named Amaund Motierre, who hides out at Volunruud, performing The Black Sacrament. She asks her new Listener to seek out Motierre. Threatened by the Night Mother's authority, Astrid asks the Dragonborn not to speak with Motierre, sending them on another contract instead.
Eventually, Astrid sends the Listener to meet Motierre, who states that he wants the Emperor killed. After failing to kill the Emperor on the first attempt, the Listener finds him aboard The Katariah. The Dragonborn kills the Emperor, whose final wish is to have whoever set up the contract killed. Killing Motierre, however, is completely optional, with the only benefit being the loot on his corpse. He has a few high valued gems which can also be pickpocketed from him without killing him. Either way, the Dragonborn is rewarded 20,000 .
- The voice of Amaund Motierre is provided by video-game sound designer and music composer Alexander Brandon.
- Babette mentions that the surname "Motierre" is a very powerful and old name in Tamriel, existing even before she became a vampire three hundred years ago.
- In The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Francois Motierre contacted the Dark Brotherhood to stage his assassination to fool an Argonian named Hides-His-Heart. It is unknown if he is related to Amaund or not.
- Throughout the emperor assassination questline, Motierre makes repeated references to momentous changes in the Empire's policies that the death of Titus Mede II will bring. It is not known what kind of changes they are.
- Amaund Motierre changes his appearance drastically over the Dark Brotherhood questline, going from a finely groomed man with long hair and a ponytail, to a grizzled, short haired, bearded man wearing fine clothes.
- If he is killed after he reveals the location of the payment for completing "Hail Sithis", he will mutter "But... we had a deal..."
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)