Relationships and personalityEdit
His older sister takes care of him and watches over him; occasionally she has to chase him around because he wanders off, running around mindlessly.
Joric cannot take care of himself very well, and he is saddened because he has heard adults say that he was crazy. He is beginning to believe that might be possible and is hurt by the way others feel about him.
Idgrod the Younger can be found leaning on a doorpost across from Highmoon Hall. She asks to the player to deliver a letter to Danica Pure-Spring, priestess in the Temple of Kynareth, regarding Joric's health. She says that Joric isn't mad, although he might have inherited his family's 'gift', which, if you have talked to the Jarl's steward, is strange dreams, perhaps telling the future. Joric has already been to the Temple of Kynareth, to be looked over before.
If the Dragonborn casts magic in front of him, he initiates special dialogue and asks the caster to make him invisible. The Dragonborn may either do so or lie to Joric and make him believe that he is invisible.
- "You're different, aren't you? Not like anyone else. Not in Morthal, or Skyrim."
- "Gorm thinks I'm mad. He doesn't say it, but I know he thinks it. Is he right?"
- "I can't sleep here. The dreams are even worse than before."
- "I get lost sometimes. I'm not sure where I go, but I'm not, I'm not here."
- "It was Falion! He did it! I don't know what, but he did it."
- Inside his room in Highmoon Hall in Morthal there is a volume of The Lusty Argonian Maid under his bed.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)