The innkeeper is also not a fan of Lurbuk, but allows him to continue playing because "business is so slow."
His daily schedule involves playing at the inn during the day and periodically taking breaks. He also sleeps at the inn.
It seems that due to his terrible reputation as a bard, several parties have requested for him to be assassinated. In fact, Nazir claims that the Brotherhood had to hold a lottery to determine which contract would be honored.
If Lurbuk has not been killed, he'll be one of the men assigned by the Jarl to assist in killing the master vampire.
Lurbuk "Jonna, do you think that the townspeople are warming to my serenades?"
Jonna "No. They ain't. And they aren't gonna. If you weren't paying for your room, I'd have thrown you out a long time ago."
Lurbuk "Yes. But they'll come around. You'll see."
Jonna "Oh. I wouldn't be surprised if they came 'round. And you're never seen or heard from again."
Immortalized in songEdit
Lurbuk "I'm thinking about composing a song about you, Jonna. Would you prefer I proclaim your beauty, your strength, your..."
Jonna "Nah. Just...don't. Leave me outta it."
Lurbuk "No interest in being immortalized in song? Remembered and praised for all eternity?"
Jonna "No. I mean it."
Lurbuk "When I'm known throughout Tamriel, you'll regret this decision."
Lami "Um...this place looks dangerous."
Jorgen "And it looks creepy, too."
Benor "And its full of vampires?"
Thonnir "Cowards! We must kill the vampires! We have to make them pay!"
Lurbuk "Of course. But why not let him/her [referencing player character] go in first?"
- If anyone kills Lurbuk before the Contract: Kill Lurbuk quest, Chief Burguk will send a party of hired thugs after them or, if he is killed while incognito, e.g. as a werewolf, Chief Burguk will send a letter thanking the Dragonborn.
- Jonna will continue to mention Lurbuk, even after his assassination.