Sorex Vinius is a person the player can marry. He will task the Dragonborn with delivering Stros M'Kai Rum to Falk Firebeard at the Blue Palace. For completion you will receive 600 septims and upon speaking to Sorex an additional time, while wearing the Amulet of Mara he will maybe ask if you are interested in marriage. If you choose to live with Vinius, The Winking Skeever will become your new home. If you marry him, his family will attend the wedding.
If the player attacks a member of Sorex's family (confirmed with his sister Minette Vinius) he will then "hunt" the Dragonborn and upon approach, will ask the Dragonborn to explain. If the Dragonborn refuses then Sorex will attack but if the Dragonborn explains, Sorex becomes friendly again.
If Sorex dies, and the Dragonborn has made the delivery to Falkbeard for him, the player will receive a letter from a courier with an inheritance of a small sum of gold.
He seems to use alcohol as a means of seduction; he will ask Evette San for a bottle of Spiced Wine to offer Vivienne despite having plenty of it in The Winking Skeever. If Erdi enters the inn he will offer her a drink "on the house" in a flirtatious tone. He may continue to do so even when married to the Dragonborn.
With The Elder Scrolls V: Hearthfire, if he is married to the Dragonborn and the Dragonborn has adopted children, when the dialogue option "How are the kids?" is selected, he will seem to dislike every single house he is moved into except Proudspire Manor in Solitude.
- If you marry Sorex Vinius, the dialogue option for having him cook something for you can disappear. While this dialogue option can appear, it seems it can also randomly disappear.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)