- Main article: Divayth Fyr
He can be found at the top of the Tel Fyr tower, where he lives with his four "daughters," who refer to themselves as his "wives"; Alfe, Beyte, Delte, and Uupse. It is later revealed that they are in fact female clones of himself.
He is a member of Great House Telvanni, though he generally stays out of House politics. Although he is the oldest and one of the most respected members of the House, he is not a member of the Council, and has no intention of joining.
- Main article: Divayth Fyr#History
At 4000 years old [source?], Divayth was born in the early First Era in Tel Aruhn as a Chimer. His friendship with Yagrum Bagarn is also proof of this. Within that time, Divayth Fyr became a powerful and intelligent mage. Following the War of the First Council and Disappearance of the Dwarves, Divayth along with the rest of the Chimer became Dunmer.
Divayth is a member of House Telvanni, though usually prefers to stay out of house politics. When Dagoth Ur disseminated the Corprus Disease in Vvardenfell, Divayth Fyr created the Corprusarium to house victims of Corprus while he works on finding a cure.
He cloned himself and created female versions of him, Alfe Fyr, Beyte Fyr, Delte Fyr, and Uupse Fyr. While he calls them his daughters, they call themselves his wives. Divayth Fyr keep a large collection of rare items in Corprusarium, claiming that when one gets old, one must have a "hobby." These items include Daedric artifacts.
Divayth Fyr is the only person who may be able to cure the Corprus disease. He will make a potion for the Nerevarine.
Divayth Fyr can help finding out what really happened with the Dwemer, introducing Yagrum Bagarn for answering the questions of the Nerevarine.
The Indoranyon Propylon Index is located on a table in Tel Fyr, next to Divayth. He does not mind if it is taken.
This character has the following attributes:
- Strength: 150
- Intelligence: 150
- Willpower: 150
- Agility: 150
- Speed: 150
- Endurance: 150
- Personality: 150
- Luck: 150
This character uses or carries the following:
- Daedric Boots
- Daedric Cuirass
- Daedric Greaves
- Daedric Left Gauntlet
- Daedric Left Pauldron
- Daedric Right Gauntlet
- Daedric Right Pauldron
- Divayth Fyr's Key
- Resist Fire – 75%
- Summon Flame Atronach
- Summon Storm Atronach
- Wild Spelldrinker
- Strong Spelldrinker
- Strong Reflect
- Command Humanoid
- Command Creature
- Command Beast
- Dire Weary
Corprusarium: "I collect victims of the divine disease in my Corprusarium in the caverns beneath my tower. Poor devils. Wretched existence. Constant pain. Ferocious appetites and passions. No reason at all. Mad as marsh rats. But marvelous, too, in their way. Completely immune to disease. Live forever, barring accidents. Ancient wizards need projects to keep them occupied, and the Corprusarium is mine."
Daughters: "Not bad for someone born in a jar, eh? Charming and talented. Not daughters, really. A little project, a side benefit of my researches into corprus disease. Made them myself, from my own flesh. Nice, aren't they? Alfe Fyr, Beyte Fyr, Delte Fyr, and Uupse Fyr. Quite a comfort to me in my old age. Hah hah."
Dwemer piece: (If you didn't give him the Dwemer Coherer in his greeting) "Oh, yes. I know. You have an interesting Dwemer piece. So what?"
Egg of Time: "This is an interesting work. Yagrum Bagarn might be able to tell you more."
Plunder the dungeon: "When you live for thousands of years, you need a hobby. Something you love, always sparks your interest. I collect treasures, and invite thieves to steal them. I'm a collector, and a sportsman. I collect enchanted items and ancient artifacts. Have quite a few Dwemer pieces. And, as a sportsman, I love letting thieves try to steal my well-guarded treasures. Only a few rules. One, don't hurt the inmates. Two, don't hurt my daughters. My Warden and guards can look out for themselves."
The divine disease: "The magical principles of corprus disease are elusive and miraculous, far more subtle and powerful than any conventional sorcery or enchantment. I'm persuaded that it is in some manner the curse or blessing of a god. Perhaps both a curse and a blessing. The victim, of course, cannot appreciate the marvelous nature of corprus. It saps the mind and destroys the body. But to a wizard, it is a profound and glorious mystery, a riddle worth a long lifetime of study."
Warden: "Vistha-Kai, the Argonian, is my Warden of the Corprusarium. Quite a fighter. Tough as nails. Self-taught. Works out with my daughters, who are no slouches at the martial arts themselves. Vistha-Kai was one of the last of my slaves. Freed him, and he wouldn't leave. Kept him on as a hireling, then made him my partner. Excellent fellow. Fine companion. Not an intellectual, you understand, but good company for me and my daughters."
Yagrum Bagarn: "Yagrum Bagarn is my oldest corprus victim. You'll find him in the bowels of the Corprusarium. Interesting case."
(Disposition under 50) "I'm sorry. The divine disease can't be cured. And the Temple will demand that you be imprisoned here in my Corprusarium, to protect the health of others. A pity. You had better put your affairs in order. The course of the disease varies. Sometimes it's rapid, sometimes very slow. I would hurry, if I were you. Now, excuse me."
(Disposition over 50) "How interesting. Did you know that corprus makes you immune to disease? Have you ever heard of the prophecies of the Nerevarine? Ashlanders say the Nerevarine will be immune to disease. I've always thought, "Maybe I have the Nerevarine down in my Corprusarium, and I don't even know it." Hah. Hah. The Nerevarine is a fat, disgusting corprus monster, and mad as a marsh rat. Wouldn't that be funny?"
Potion: "Yes. As I said, go down into the Corprusarium. Find an inmate named Yagrum Bagarn. Get a pair of boots from him. Then bring them back to me, and I'll give you a potion that will cure you of corprus. I think."
Greetings: "Well? Did you get my boots? No boots, no potion...."
Corprus disease: "Yes, yes. I know. You've got corprus disease. But did you get the boots I sent you to get? Because I'm not giving you any potion until you've given me the boots."
Greetings: "Well? Are you ready to take the potion?"
Corprus disease: (After taking the Potion) "See? No more symptoms. Amazing. A bit surprised, myself."
Coded Message: "A message from Master Aryon? Yes, I will accept this message."
- Divayth Fyr is mentioned in the book Varieties of Daedra. The book details a healer going to stay at Tel Fyr briefly and the knowledge gained under the tutelage of Divayth during this time. It explains the different types of Dremora in great detail, and briefly touches upon the Daedra as well as Atronachs.
- He is also mentioned in the book The Doors of Oblivion, where the Conjurer Morian Zenas went to him in order to gain access to the plane of Oblivion.
- Divayth Fyr's "sister-wives" seem to be named after Greek letters; Alfe: alpha, Beyte: beta, Delte: delta, and Uupse: upsilon.
- He is wearing the only Daedric Pauldrons and the only unenchanted Daedric Cuirass found in Vvardenfell.
- Killing Divayth Fyr makes it impossible to complete the main quest.
- Divayth Fyr is mentioned in the Racial Motif books in The Elder Scrolls Online.
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- The Elder Scrolls Online (Mentioned only)
- The Elder Scrolls: Legends