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"Han-Ammu is the son of our former chief, Airan-Ammu, but he is nothing like his father. His birth gives him a strong claim to lead the tribe, but of the many virtues required by an ashkhan, he lacks only three things: strength, courage, and wisdom."
Manirai[src]

Han-Ammu is a Dunmer Herder living in Erabenimsun Camp, in Morrowind. He can be found in his yurt. Han-Ammu is an Ashlander and Gulakhan of the Erabenimsun tribe. Despite his position within the tribe, he dislikes fighting. During the quest "Erabenimsun Nerevarine," Han-Ammu becomes Ashkhan of the Erabenimsun, and then names the Nerevarine as their war-leader. Due to his important role in the Main Quest, he is an essential character.

It is known that Han-Ammu's father was Airan-Ammu, an Ashkhan who wielded the War Axe of Airan Ammu.

PersonalityEdit

Han-Ammu is the son of the former Ashkhan of the Erabenimsun, Airan-Ammu, but he has a very different character from his father. While the late chief of the tribe was a strong and brutal man, Han-Ammu is peace-loving and lacks self-esteem. Although as the son of the former Ashkhan he has a strong claim to the position of Ashkhan himself, he is afraid of the responsibility and sure that he would be a "complete failure." During the main quest he must be persuaded to succeed his father and fill the responsible position. This works only after the Nerevarine has eliminated his enemies and bolstered his confidence.

InteractionsEdit

Erabenimsun NerevarineEdit

The Nerevarine is seeking to be named "Erabenimsun Nerevarine" by the Erabenimsun tribe, but the current Ashkhan Ulath-Pal refuses to name an outlander thus and even reacts agressively to their inquiries. The tribe's Wise Woman Manirai advices the Nerevarine to kill Ulath-Pal and his war-loving followers in order to make Han-Ammu, who is the son of the former Ashkhan Airan-Ammu, their new leader. She is positiv that once in the position of Ashkhan he will be willing to name them "Erabenimsun Nerevarine".

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GeneralEdit

Show: General dialogue

Greeting "I don't care. Go away. Leave me alone." OR "I don't want to discuss it."

gulakhan "I don't want to be a gulakhan. I'm not good at fighting. And no one likes me, anyway. I can't make anyone do anything. I just want everyone to leave me alone."

name you Nerevarine "I am not the ashkhan. I cannot name you Nerevarine."

Nerevarine (after the quest "The Path of the Incarnate") "Everyone says these prophecies are nothing more than superstition. I know nothing about this."

Greeting (after killing one of the peace-loving Erabenimsun) "You have slain one of the peace-loving Erabenimsun. You deserve to die. Though we have no champion to bring us justice, we still have our pride. We will not treat with you, even though you threaten to murder us, too."

Goodbye

Nerevarine (after finishing the main quest line) "You were right, [PC Name]. I am not much of a hero, but I can only try to do my duty to the tribe. And now that the Devil is dead, and the Blight is gone, perhaps there will be time enough and peace enough for me to learn what I must learn to be a leader... like my father."

Erabenimsun NerevarineEdit

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Greeting "I don't care. I don't want to be a gulakhan, anyway."

Greeting "No matter what Manirai says, I'm not interested. You're just going to get me killed."
get me killed "They only made me a gulakhan because my father was a gulakhan. And I hated my father. He was a stupid brute, and a bully. But Ulath-Pal and the other gulakhans would kill me in a minute if they thought I wanted to be ashkhan."
Nerevarine prophecies "But why tell me? I am not ashkhan. I can do nothing. And Ulath-Pal and his supporters would slash my face and kick me to death if I did not do as they say."
Nerevarine prophecies (after killing Ahaz, Ashu-Ahhe, Ranabi, and Ulath-Pal) "You have killed Ulath-Pal and his supporters? So you killed them, just because of these prophecies? You are mad. I tell you -- I am not the ashkhan, and I do not want to be ashkhan."
Greeting "No matter what Manirai says, I'm not interested. I don't want to be ashkhan."
get me killed "All right. I understand. They're dead, and they can't hurt me. I'm not stupid. But you don't listen. I don't want to be ashkhan."
want to be ashkhan "I don't want to be ashkhan. I'm not good at fighting. And no one likes me, anyway. I can't make anyone do anything. Why won't everyone just leave me alone?"
want to be ashkhan (high disposition) "Please! I don't WANT to be ashkhan. Don't you understand? I won't be any good at it. I am going to be a complete failure, and everyone will hate me even more than they do now. PLEASE! I just want to be left alone!"
want to be ashkhan (carrying the War Axe of Airan Ammu) "Yes. I recognize it. It is the war axe of my father, the War Axe of Airan-Ammu. Ulath-Pal had it from my father, and carried it as ashkhan. But what has that to do with my wanting to be ashkhan?"
"Show the axe and make a little speech." "Yes. It is a great axe. My father was great man. But I am not my father, and I do not want to be ashkhan."
"Show the axe and make a little speech." (high disposition) "Yes. It is a great axe. My father was great man. And perhaps if I had that axe, I would feel more like my father. But I am not my father, I do not feel like my father, and I do not want to be ashkhan."
"Show the axe and make a little speech." (medium disposition and high Speechcraft) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the axe that gives strength in war, and it is the idea of the axe that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who bears the axe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
"Give the Axe of Airan-Ammu and make a little speech." "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the axe that gives strength in war, and it is the idea of the axe that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who bears the axe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. This is a sobering lesson, and I must give it thought."
"Give the Axe of Airan-Ammu and make a little speech." (having already talked to him about the Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and Sanit-Kil's Heart of Fire) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the axe that gives strength in war, and it is the idea of the axe that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who bears the axe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
"Give the Axe of Airan-Ammu and make a little speech." (very high disposition, having already talked to him about the Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and Sanit-Kil's Heart of Fire) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the ashkhan who bears the axe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I do not need the axe... you should keep it for yourself. And if you wish, I shall also name you Nerevarine."
want to be ashkhan (carrying Sanit Kil's Heart of Fire) "Yes. I recognize it. Ahaz wore that amulet, Sanit-Kil's Heart of Fire. Ahaz had it from his father, and Ahaz's father had it from Kinitu Nila, and Kinitu Nila had it from Sanit-Kil, a great witch-warrior. But what has that to do with my wanting to be ashkhan?"
"Show the amulet and make a little speech." "Yes. It is a great token of power. Ahaz was a great witch-warrior. But I am not Ahaz. I am not a witch-warrior of any kind. And I still do not want to be ashkhan."
"Show the amulet and make a little speech." (high disposition) "Yes. It is a great token of power. Ahaz was a great witch-warrior. And perhaps if I had that amulet, I would feel more like a great witch-warrior. But I am not Ahaz, I am CERTAINLY not a great witch-warrior, and I still do NOT want to be ashkhan."
"Show the amulet and make a little speech." (medium disposition and high Speechcraft) "Your lesson is clear. It is the amulet that gives courage in battle, and it is the idea of the amulet that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the amulet, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
"Give Sanit-Kil's Heart of Fire and make a little speech." "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the amulet that gives courage in battle, and it is the idea of the amulet that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the amulet, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. This is a sobering lesson, and I must give it thought."
"Give Sanit-Kil's Heart of Fire and make a little speech." (having already talked to him about the Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and the War Axe of Airan Ammu) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the amulet that gives courage in battle, and it is the idea of the amulet that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the amulet, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
"Give Sanit-Kil's Heart of Fire and make a little speech." (very high disposition, having already talked to him about the Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and the War Axe of Airan Ammu) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the amulet that gives courage in battle, and it is the idea of the amulet that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the amulet, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
want to be ashkhan (carrying the Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise) "Yes. I recognize it. Ranabi wore that robe, the Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise. It was handed down to Ranabi through his family. But what has that to do with my wanting to be ashkhan?"
"Show the robe and make a little speech." "Yes. It is a great token of power. Ranabi had a great many tokens of power from his ancestors. But I am not Ranabi, and I have received no such treasures from my ancestors. And I still do not want to be ashkhan."
"Show the robe and make a little speech." (high disposition) "Yes. It is a great token of power. Ranabi had a great many tokens of power from his ancestors. And perhaps if I had many tokens of power like Ranabi, I would feel more confidence. But I am not Ranabi, I do not have his tokens of power, and I do not have any confidence in myself. And I still do NOT want to be ashkhan."
"Show the robe and make a little speech." (medium disposition and high speechcraft) "Your lesson is clear. It is the robe that gives wisdom in counsel, and it is the idea of the robe that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the robe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
"Give Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and make a little speech." "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the robe that gives wisdom in counsel, and it is the idea of the robe that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the robe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. This is a sobering lesson, and I must give it thought."
"Give Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and make a little speech." (having already talked to him about the War Axe of Airan Ammu and Sanit Kil's Heart of Fire) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the robe that gives wisdom in counsel, and it is the idea of the robe that gives confidence to the tribe, but it is the ashkhan who wears the robe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
"Give Robe of Erur-Dan the Wise and make a little speech." (very high disposition, having already talked to him about the War Axe of Airan Ammu and Sanit Kil's Heart of Fire) "Thank you. Your lesson is clear. It is the ashkhan who wears the robe, the ashkhan who accepts responsibility for the safety of the tribe, who holds the fate of the tribe in his hands. Now, with Ulath-Pal dead, I hold the fate of the tribe in my hands, and I must accept that responsibility. Thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I do not need the robe... you should keep it for yourself. And if you wish, I shall also name you Nerevarine."
Greeting "I thank you for your lessons, [PC Name]. I shall become ashkhan of the Erabenimsun. And I will name you Nerevarine."
gulakhan "I never wanted to be a gulakhan. I never wanted to be an ashkhan. I am not the man my father was, and never will be. But you have shown me my duty, and I will do my best."
name you Nerevarine "Thank you, [PC Name]. I promise that, as ashkhan, I shall do my best to amend the dark reputation of the Erabenimsun. And as my first action as chief, I now name you Erabenimsun Nerevarine, Champion of the Erabenimsun, and Protector of the People. You must also go to wise woman Manirai and get from her the Seizing of the Erabenimsun, an enchanted heirloom of the tribe, which shall be a sign to all Dunmer that the Erabenimsun have named you Nerevarine."
Greeting "I shall always be grateful, Nerevarine. I will try to be a good ashkhan to the Erabenimsun."
name you Nerevarine "Yes. You are Erabenimsun Nerevarine, Champion of the Erabenimsun, and Protector of the People, and so shall you be known to all the Ashlander tribes."
Nerevarine "You wished to be named Nerevarine, and I have named you Nerevarine. Are you not satisfied?"
Nerevarine prophecies "This is your affair. I know nothing about it. I do not really understand this. But you have done me a great kindness, and I am grateful."
want to be ashkhan "I thank you for your lesson. I shall be Ashkhan of the Erabinimsun. And I shall name you Nerevarine."
what Manirai says "No matter what Manirai says, I don't want to be ashkhan. Ulath-Pal and his supporters would kill me in a moment. They only let me live because they despise me. If they thought someone could use me to steal control of the tribe, they'd kill me in an instant."
what Manirai says (after killing Ahaz, Ashu-Ahhe, Ranabi, and Ulath-Pal) "I don't care what Manirai says. I don't want to be ashkhan. Everyone despises me. I am a weakling, and a coward, and a fool. I hate it, but it is true. I just want to be left alone."

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