He also mentions that in more recent times, he was a Stormcloak soldier, but this was cut short when he took a sword through the chest. He claims he defeated six men at once while rescuing his friend from an Imperial Patrol.
If he is given 1 , he becomes a candidate for marriage. It is also possible to marry him if the Dragonborn allows him to keep a dropped article of clothing or piece of armor.
Letter of InheritanceEdit
Additionally, if he dies after he has been given a coin, in his will he says that he and the Dragonborn are related. The Jarl of Windhelm will then give the Dragonborn a condolence letter and an inheritance of 100 gold.
Of men and merEdit
Rolff: "You come here where you're not wanted, you eat our food, you pollute our city with your stink, and you refuse to help the Stormcloaks."
Suvaris: "But we haven't taken a side because it's not our fight."
Angrenor: "Hey, maybe the reason these gray-skins don't help in the war is because they're Imperial spies!"
Suvaris: "Imperial spies? You can't be serious!"
Rolff: "Maybe we'll pay you a visit tonight, little spy. We got ways of finding out what you really are."
- After completing the quest "Innocence Lost" he carries around a key to the Aretino Residence.
- Windhelm, he shows up with it and asks you if he can keep it. After dropping an item anywhere in
- He is the Stormcloak counterpart of Noster Eagle-Eye. Both fought in the Great War, claim to have been the best at what they did, lost everything due to injury, and are beggars in the capital cities of the Imperials and Stormcloaks during the civil war.
- Despite his disliking of the Dark Elves, unlike Rolff Stone-Fist, he doesn't insult player's race if they're a Dunmer.
- One of his quotes is reminiscent of a line made by many Hold Guards: "I used to be an adventurer like you, until I took an arrow to the knee."
- He is the only Beggar who is able to be married in the game.