Can be summoned by Conjure Dremora Lord spell.
A Dremora Lord is a type of Daedra. They can rarely be seen in gameplay, if not summoned via Conjure Dremora Lord; however, they can be found at the Shrine of Mehrunes Dagon after completion of the quest Pieces of the Past. With the Twin Souls perk, it is possible to summon two of them at a time.
Upon detecting an enemy or an enemy is sighted:
- I smell weakness...
- A challenger is near!
- Another who seeks Death!
- You are weak, mortal.
- You meet your end, mortal.
- Are you prepared for your death?!
- I honor my lord, by destroying you!
- I will feast on your heart!
- You will bleed!
- Oblivion take you!
- Now you suffer!
- Fall before me!
- No one escapes!
- You cannot escape me! (when enemy flees)
- Hiding will not save you now! (upon losing sight of an enemy)
- Quiet again... (upon losing sight of an enemy and is no longer detected)
- Nothing after all. (when enemy hides or is no longer detected)
- There you are, weakling! (upon seeing an enemy who was hidden)
- You returned? Foolish mortal! (upon enemy returning from being hidden)
When all enemies are dead or defeated:
- There could be no other end.
- No match at all.
- No! Not by a mortal!
- It cannot end like this!
- The Dremora Lord may say "You returned? Foolish mortal!" to Dragons and other Daedra, even though they're not mortals.
- If the Sanguine Rose is given to a follower who uses it, the summoned Dremora will sometimes interact with the surroundings when not in battle, for example sit on a bench or warm their hands over a fire.
- On very rare occasions, this spell can conjure two Dremora Lords at once (even without the twin souls perk) or conjure an unbound Dremora that will still have the player's name on it. Just like a regular atronach, it will be friendly; this Dremora can also be killed for his heart and his body will not disappear, even after summoning a new Dremora.