Upon locating him, he offers a drinking contest and a staff as a reward. By taking three drinks of his special ale, they will make you black out and you will end up in Markarth at the Temple of Dibella. After cleaning up the mess made the night before and apologizing for causing a scene, you can ask the priestess Senna, for clues about Sam's location. Eventually she will direct you to Rorikstead.
Towards end of the quest you are taken through a portal to talk with Sanguine. After you leave this place do not re-enter because upon entering a second time one cannot leave.
- It was the developer's intention for his name to sound like Sanguine, when spoken quickly. Guevenne, however, has two additional vowel sounds.
- He will summon a Dremora Lord when attacked.
- Sam will rarely appear to wear a hood when you encounter him. Reasons for this is unknown.
- Although the Prince of sin, debauchery and darker acts, Sam (Sanguine) does not come off as totally evil, as expected. In fact, he can be considered one of the more laid back Daedric Princes, if not, partly friendly. When talking to Sam at the Misty Grove, he responds with no hostility or prejudice in his voice, refers to himself as "Uncle Sanguine" and ends with "My pleasure."
This section contains bugs related to Sam Guevenne. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:
- Ysolda , a Nord in Whiterun . However, this has also happened for some unknown reason even if Ysolda is alive. There is sometimes a glitch where the Dragonborn doesn't black out after Sam says "You don't look so good". It is suspected that this is caused by the death of
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)