Dorian is a Redguard who lives in the Imperial City Talos Plaza District. Even if his disposition was very high, he will still say that he doesn't know you and that he doesn't want any new friends. If you ask him about the Imperial City, he will say "There are many people in the city who interest me, and you are not one of them."
His day begins at 6am when he wakes up in the Private Quarters of his house. He takes breakfast for two hours until 8am and then spends the rest of the day wandering around his mansion before heading back to bed again at 10pm.
Residence and possessionsEdit
Dorian lives in a typical upper-middle class house. The front door enters into the moderately sized lounge area of the two-roomed ground floor. Two clutter barrels sit beside a silverware shelf on the northern wall with three clutter sacks and a tableware shelf adorning the area adjacent to the front door, on the eastern wall.
A pantry stands against wall the separates the lounge with the dining area. The lounge area has two cheese wedges upon a ceramic plate, an alcohol cupboard in the corner with two clutter sacks and a chest resting in the same corner. A wine rack sits in the far corner with six bottles of Tamika's West Weald Wine, six bottles of the Surilie Brothers wine and two bottles of cheap wine. Some silver goblets sit on a shelf beneath.
The second room on the ground floor is sparsely populated by a dining area and storage. Upon the dining table, three hams, an apple and a loaf of bread rest upon silver tableware, with three bottles of mead to wash the meal down. A pantry with three bottles of Surilie Brothers wine, two bottles of cheap wine and a single bottle of Tamika's West Weald wine atop it stands next to a clutter chest. Two storage barrels stand in the northeastern corner with another sack whilst a chest and three clutter sacks sit in the southeastern corner.
- Dorian is a part of an infinite money glitch, although the easiest way of getting the money (killing him) was fixed with patch 1.1.511. You can still Pickpocket the money, but you risk him finding out. The easiest way of getting infinite money post-patch is to paralyze him and loot the money while he can't move. Get Dorian to have a bad Disposition towards you by attacking him with a spell of paralysis, or use a potion on a certain weapon, then bribe him with gold. Repeat the process as many times as desired then paralyze him and take the amount of money in his loot an infinite amount of times. Pressing, 'Take All' would cause the game to crash.
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (First appearance)