Nord Burial is a quest in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
Engage in a conversation with Ennbjof, offer him some Matze, as requested. After hearing the tale, the Nerevarine may follow Ennbjof's indications and travel to Marvani Ancestral Tomb to find the entrance to Tukushapal and recover Stormkiss.
"Can you spare a jug of mazte for an tired old sea reaver?
"Thanks for the mazte. Such generosity should be repaid. You know the Nord once ruled this land, don't you? Back when these Dark Elves were squatting around campfires in nix skins? Back in the First Age when the sons of Harald Hand-Free ruled the northern coasts of Tamriel, during the Skyrim Conquests? Well, I bet you didn't know Olmgerd the Outlaw, Harald's bastard, was buried as befits a Nord lord's son, in his ship, in a tomb deep in the mother rock.
"And of course they buried Stormkiss with him. Stormkiss was Olmgerd's enchanted battle-axe. And you see this old key? See what it says it on it? 'Stormkiss.' Here. Take it. Healer says the mazte is killing me. I'm going home to Skyrim to die. You, you got your life ahead of you. Go ahead. Take it.
"They say they buried Olmgerd in the bottom of an ancient Dunmer tomb. From the skald's telling, the burial was on a long finger of land on the southeast coast of Vvardenfell, on a little island close to shore on the west coast of the peninsula. Figure it's somewhere on the stretch between the Daedric ruins at Zaintiraris and Tel Branora. Gods be with you. And thank you for the mazte."
|Nord Burial – MS_Nord_burial|
|1||"A Nord named Ennbjof gave me a key and a tale about a ship burial of Olmgerd the Outlaw, son of Harald Hand-Free, a First Age king of Skyrim. Eenbjof thinks an enchanted battle-axe called Stormkiss was buried with Oldgerd. Eenbjof thinks the burial is somewhere on the stretch between the Daedric Ruins at Zaintiraris and Tel Branora, on the western side of the peninsula."
- The quest does not appear in the quest log. Only an entry in the journal can be seen.
- Ennbjof will disappear after the conversation.