He is the most apprehensive of the four about the dangers of the ruins and is the first one to leave the group. He is killed shortly after parting ways from the other three, though it is unknown how he was killed. However it is likely he was killed by the Dwarven automatons roaming in the ruin.
He appears as an orange ghost as one progresses through the ruins, and his body is found a short distance before the area where he last appears. His corpse is found at Avanchnzel Animoncultory.
Drennen "I don't like this place. It feels like we're being...watched."
Breya "Its a simple job, Drennen. We get in, we steal the Lexicon, we leave. Don't get jumpy."
Fathoms "If you two cannot handle this, we can find others to hire."
Roots "Enough. Their services will be more than adequate. Let us continue."
Drennen "This place is unbelievable."
Roots "Indeed. Avanchnzel is as much a library as it is a city. Built to hold the vast memories of the Dwemer."
Drennen "This place is huge."
Roots "It is large, indeed. I did not anticipate Avanchnzel's size or the time needed to uncover the entrance. A few hours sleep and we should be ready to continue through."
Drennen "Maybe we should turn back. I don't want to sleep here."
Roots "Drennen, do you understand that the Lexicon at the bottom of this place holds the accumulated memories of centuries of Dwemer."
Breya "Not to mention our pay."
Fathoms "So we're not turning back, you fool."
Breya "Besides, you're not afraid of a few sleeping metal men. Are you, Drennen?"
Drennen "I can't do this. We shouldn't be here. I'm sorry."
Fathoms "Let the field mouse run. Your pay will be double."
Breya "My pay will be nothing if we die in here!"
Roots "Calm yourself, Breya. We are close to the Lexicon. I can feel it calling. We can do it without Drennen."