"You know what they say -- Home is where you hang your enemy's head...."
―Gogron gro-Bolmog[src]

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Gogron gro-Bolmog is an Orsimer assassin and a member of the Dark Brotherhood. He loves massacring people, and is not too keen on using stealth. As a result, he usually forfeits the bonuses that require subtlety and tact to accomplish, and instead charges in, kills everyone in sight, and then runs out.


He is often a counter to the members of the Brotherhood who counsel to employ stealthy tactics or actions. He focuses on the core issue, killing the target, and would rather forgo a bonus and openly kill the target instead of using quieter means. Despite his violent nature, he is immensely friendly. In addition to his non-stealthy nature, he wears leveled heavy armor instead of shrouded armor like most of the Brotherhood assassins.

He apparently has an ongoing romance with Telaendril. When asked about rumors, he implies he possesses a set of her undergarments.


When asked about the Hero of Kvatch's current contract, he offers advice like the rest of the Dark Brotherhood.

The PurificationEdit

Gogron was killed along with the other assassins in the Cheydinhal Sanctuary by the Hero.


Lucien: "I once saw Lucien deal with an insubordinate Brother, someone who had broken one of the Tenets. It took me a week to get the blood off my boots."
Night Mother: "I don't know who the Night Mother is but she pays me to kill people. My own mother should have loved me so much."
Sanctuary: "You know what they say--home is where you hang your enemy's head."
Sithis: "Truthfully? I've never really understood who or what Sithis really is. As long as I obey the Tenets and fulfill my contracts, I guess he's happy."


  • A quest in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim called "Where You Hang Your Enemy's Head" receives its name from one of Gogron's quotes. The quest involves the Dark Brotherhood.
  • Telaendril may mention that "Gogron had a pet rabbit as a child! He petted the thing so hard he crushed its skull!" This is a reference to the book Of Mice and Men where Lennie Small crushes a puppy's skull, and also dreamed of owning multiple rabbits in order to take care of them.