During the introduction, Lokir is among the captured criminals being taken to Helgen. Lokir had stolen a horse and was making his way to Hammerfell, when he was captured in an ambush set up by the Imperial Army in order to capture Stormcloaks. During the ride to Helgen, Lokir berates Ralof, a member of the Stormcloaks, for causing so much trouble, so much that the Imperials caught him riding towards Hammerfell, when the soldiers were looking for Stormcloaks.
When he finds out that he is riding with Jarl Ulfric Stormcloak, and therefore he will be executed, Lokir becomes terrified and desperately tries to proclaim that he is not a Stormcloak. His pleas fall on deaf ears, however, and he is ordered to the chopping block. In a final effort for survival, Lokir attempts to flee the execution but is shot down by the Imperial archers.
- Lokir can be shot by as many as six Imperial soldiers, as that is how many have accessible bows. However, this rarely happens.
- Using console commands, it is possible to kill the Imperial soldiers before they kill him. However as his death is scripted this will not stop him from dying.
- Also using console commands, if you kill Lokir before he starts to run, the Imperial soldiers will still shoot him, but shoot Lokir's dead corpse.
- Despite hailing from Rorikstead, he has no residence and none of the townsfolk there make any mention of him ever being there.
- Despite his hands being bound when he is shot his hands will shoot out like when the Dragonborn is hit by something weak that kills him (His hands go a bit below shoulder height and spins).
- He might be named after the Norse god of thieves and tricks, Loki.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)