|Services||Weapon, Armor, Food, Book and Potion sales.|
Bersi Honey-Hand is the proprietor of The Pawned Prawn, a weapons and armor store located in Riften. He is known for being charitable, and his wife Drifa often mentions that she wishes he would be more concerned with his own needs than the needs of others.
Bersi owes a debt to Brynjolf that must be collected by beating him in a brawl, or by smashing his prized Dwemer vase. If the other two debts owed to Brynjolf have already been collected, neither of those actions is necessary. In any case, he pays the 100 Septims, then turns to his wife and asks her about a 300 Septim purchase of spice.
After retrieving the money it is possible to go into the room behind Bersi, sneak up behind him, and pickpocket a ring imbued with plus 15% Fortify Lockpicking. The Dragonborn can also go downstairs and break into Bersi's safe to retrieve a valuable dagger, and loot a chest that contains approximately a hundred Septims.
After this encounter, during visits to Bersi's shop he may greet the Dragonborn with, "I hope you're here for friendlier reasons now, after all, I'm all paid up".
Bersi: "Drifa? I was looking through our books and there's an entry for "spices". Says we spent 300 septims. What is that?"
Drifa: "Spices? I'm certain I have no idea what you're talking about."
Bersi: "You sure? It was in your hand writing. If you can't keep the books straight then let me do them."
Drifa: (with a slight tremble in her voice) "Oh, yes... spices. That was a special order for someone in Whiterun. Should be along any day now. Don't let it worry you, my dear."
- Bersi's shop is named in memory of Brawny Prawn, the boat he owned during his time as a fisherman. He sold the boat to raise the funds he needed to open the shop, a decision he now regrets.
- He may also send Hired Thugs after you you threaten him in his shop and destroy his dwarven pottery for the thieves guild quest Taking care of business
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)