|Location||West of Whiterun|
|Sublocations||Fort Gerymoor Prison|
|Quests||Contract: Kill Agnis|
Fort Greymoor is a fort located in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Fort Greymoor is an abandoned fort which has become occupied by a group of bandits.
Within the fort's interior, there is an NPC named Agnis who will not be hostile by nature.
- Workbench - Interorior of courtyard in a shack.
- Forge - interior of the courtyard in a shack.
- Cooking Spit - found inside.
Be sure to loot & move everything you want to outside of the fort (doesn't have to be out of the walls, just everything from the interior) as by the time you return from Whiterun the Imperials will have taken over and any bodies gone and they'll be hostile if you go inside.
- Rislav the Righteous Light Armor skill book - second floor inside the fort on a podium.
- Armor - Looted from soldiers or bandits
- Weapons - Looted from soldiers or bandits. Weapon racks with Imperial Swords as well.
- Leveled Bow
- Wolf Pelts
- A boss chest
- Coin Purses
- Iron Daggers
- A Horse
- Imperial Armor - if occupied by the Imperial Army. It is free to take
- Imperial Officer's Helmet-on a table near the forge (this is only possible by either winning the Battle for Whiterun on the Imperial side or killing all the bandits and then returning to see the soldiers have returned.
- There are multiple entrances to the fort, including a drainpipe covered with a round wooden hatch at the rear of the fort—this especially useful for stealth. Other entrances can be doors or ladders.
- There is more loot to take than just one trip, and as much again after the fort is garrisoned by Imperial troops. But because the fort will be repopulated anything stashed in the fort will be lost. So it is best to store or stash loot outside of the fort and to come back and get it later.
- The dead bandit in a cage hanging above the fort is a permanent corpse.
- To the north is a bridge with an NPC of a randomly generated race and gender on it. They will offer Skooma. If it is chosen to intimidate them or say it doesn't sound legal, they will attack.
- After clearing the fort it is repopulated by the Imperial Soldiers a few days later, with at least 10 soldiers patrolling the fort's courtyard, and more inside even if you are not doing the Civil War questline. They will have rearranged part of the interior to form a barracks, with rows of beds etc. Also, the Hunter's body in the Prison will be replaced by that of a Stormcloak Soldier. Once garrisoned, life within the fort does not appear to run smoothly: a couple of notes found in the chapel/lecture hall indicate friction between Agnis and the soldiers with regard to tidiness etc, and a notice pinned to the courtyard wall relates to a friendly fire accident.
- If Whiterun is seized for the Stormcloaks, the fort will be occupied by Stormcloak soldiers, regardless of whether or not it was cleared out.
- Outside, near the forge, there may be a horse that the hero may take without it being considered stealing.
- The fort might be a distant reference to George R. R. Martin 's great fantasy epic "A Song Of Ice And Fire", to the "Night's Watch" sworn brotherhood to be precise. (Tough nine of every ten happened to be made of straw. "The scarecrow sentinels,"... [sic])
- A table may glitch into a bed in the fort.
- It is possible for a bug to occure that makes it so the Dragonborn cannot sleep or wait inside the buildings of Fort Greymoor, while getting the message "You may not sleep (or) wait while being asked to leave." The guards do not become hostile or defensive and act as they always would. Nobody will ask the player the leave. The player may still wait outside. As of the moment, no fix has been found for this (unconfirmed) as leaving the Fort and returning will not correct the problem. Loading a previous save BEFORE the message started appearing may (unconfirmed) fix the problem. (PC)
- Agnis may glitch in her bed, appearing to be sleeping but still being able to talk to the player normally. When she runs out of dialouge, she will get out of her bed and then prompty return to it, resetting all of her lines. She will not respond with her normal lines when talked to in this "resetting" phase, only offering the randomied "Hmm?" and "What do you need?" phrases. (PS3)
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)