Revelers are common looking men who randomly appear around Skyrim in groups of three (all sharing the NPC title of "Reveler"). Upon approaching the group, one will step forward and invite you to join them for a bottle of Honningbrew Mead to celebrate the glorious day. If the player responds by offering Black-Briar Mead they will be insulted, claim the player is trying to poison them, and leave. If, however, the player already has a bottle of Honningbrew Mead and offers to share it, the player receives a Charmed Necklace (25 point Fortify Carry Weight enchantment) as a reward for a good deed.
It has been reported that the "lead Reveler" can sometimes be seen without anything besides a cap, shoes, and the game's default underwear.
Killing one on a road will result in a bounty, but kill all three and the bounty will be removed.
If the player lacks a bottle of Honningbrew Mead, one can still get the Charmed Necklace without either murdering or pickpocketing it. After they give you a bottle of mead through dialog, their disposition raises enough that you can hit the one with the necklace and the other two will kill that Reveler in your defense. You will have a bounty of 40 gold but have gained a valuable item that is not marked as stolen. Casting a non-combat illusion spell such as Courage on the lead Reveler will give the same results, but without the bounty.
After the encounter occurs, the Revelers migrate to the nearest farm or settlement, where they take up residence as laborers for the rest of the game. The encounter may randomly be "reset" at a new random encounter location; if this occurs, the Revelers appear at the new location and can be given Honningbrew Mead for a second Charmed Necklace.
- They appear to be a random encounter, so there isn't one specific location where they can be found.
- They sometimes spawned murdered by a random creature near them, this will also allow the player to obtain the charmed necklace for free/without bounty.