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Not to be confused with Cingaer or Cingarfin.

Cingor is a Bosmer crusader living in Leyawiin. He is a member of the Fighters Guild, although he never sets foot in the local guild hall. He is also a Mythic Dawn sleeper agent, and will attack the Hero on sight after the Dagon Shrine quest.

Daily routineEdit

He is the self-styled Captain of Leyawiin's neighborhood crime-watch team and uses this status as a cover for his other identity. He is dedicated to stamping out all crimes that the guards overlook. Unfortunately, he is also the only member of the team, but that doesn't stop him from being very dedicated to his duties; on Morndas, Middas, Turdas and Loredas he will get out of bed at 6 AM and start patrolling Leyawiin for potential lawbreakers, his preferred areas being the eastern and southern parts of town and the stairway leading to the Blackwood Company. He keeps patrolling for a whopping twenty-two hours, before going home to bed no earlier than 4 AM on the next day. The only exception to all his hard work for the community will be in heavy rain. On those occasions, he will break off his duties and head back to his house until it clears up. If it starts to rain during the night, he will call it a day and go home to bed.

All that patrolling must be tiring, because he will spend all the remaining days relaxing and doing as little as possible. He will still rise early at 6 AM, but will stay inside his house all day long and go to bed at midnight, only interrupted by his two-hour lunch, which he will take at 12 noon at the Three Sisters' Inn while chatting with the innkeeper Shuravi.


When he is met for the first time, he will introduce himself and his mission in life: "I'm Cingor. I'm the Captain of the Leyawiin Neighborhood Watch. Actually, Captain, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Sergeant-at-Arms. We're a small, select organization of crime fighters. We're going after the crimes and criminals the Guard overlooks." About the city of Leyawiin, he has the following observations: "There's crime everywhere! I'm always on the lookout... ehr... WE're always on the lookout. No crime shall go undetected! That's our motto."

When on duty, he wields an iron warhammer and wears an Iron cuirass with Huntsman Leather Pants and matching moccasins. When he is in his house, he will unequip the cuirass and put on a Huntsman Vest instead. He carries whatever clothing he is not wearing, his house key, and a small amount of gold.

His house contains the usual random clutter, spare clothing and ingredients, but two items stand out: A chest with an iron longsword and a pair of fur boots, and, on the bed, a copy of the Mythic Dawn Commentaries 2, a destruction skill book and a common reading among Mythic Dawn agents.

In addition, once the Dagon Shrine quest has been completed and the prisoner saved, he will attack the Hero on sight and say what other Dagon cultists say when fighting or getting killed. The exception to this is if the Hero is Master of the Fighters Guild by the time Cingor is met after the quest.


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