For other uses, see Uderfrykte.
"His ancient name was the Udyrfrykte, though the settlers knew him only as death. The Udyrfrykte came to the newly completed mead hall and wreaked vengeance upon those who had shattered the peace of his long, cold sleep. He killed without warning, without mercy, reducing the Thirsk Nords to half their number."
Bereditte Jastal[src]

The Udyrfrykte is a troll-like creature in the The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind expansion, Bloodmoon. He is part of the quest "The Mead Hall Massacre" and can be found in the Lair of the Udyrfrykte. This creature uses a severed Nord leg as a weapon.



  • The Norwegian words "Udyr" and "Frykt" respectively translate to "Beast" and "Fear."
  • The Udyrfrykte has elements very similar to Grendel from the epic poem "Beowulf." This allusion is expanded on in Oblivion with the Uderfrykte Matron, where a journal suggests that it is the mother of the Udyrfrykte, similar to Grendel's mother.
  • Udyrfrykte is also referenced in Skyrim as "Udefrykte" and has a similar appearance.
  • In Agnar's Journal in Oblivion, an "Uderfrykte" is referred to, but, though the spelling in Morrowind is different, it describes the same creature.[1]
  • The Udyrfrykte is most likely a troll. While no other trolls appear in Bloodmoon or Morrowind, its successors in Oblivion and Dragonborn use standard troll models.



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