Vicente Valtieri as seen in the Dark Brotherhood Cheydinhal Sanctuary.
Vicente Valtieri is a Breton and a member of the Dark Brotherhood, residing in the Cheydinhal Sanctuary. He became a vampire on an expedition to Morrowind and has been a member of the Dark Brotherhood for over two hundred years.
Personality and traitsEdit
Vicente Valtieri exhibits the pronounced features of a vampire who hasn't fed in many days. He has red eyes, sunken cheeks, pale coloring and visible fangs. He is utterly devoted to the Dark Brotherhood and is polite and quite friendly to its members, even offering to pass on his "dark gift" when he judges someone worthy.
Life before the Dark BrotherhoodEdit
Vicente Valtieri was born in the Imperial Province of High Rock over three hundred years before the Oblivion Crisis during the reign of Emperor Cephorus Septim I. He was brought up during the War of the Red Diamond, a conflict between rival successors for the Imperial Throne.
A group of Bretons, including Vicente, went on an expedition into the ashlands of Vvardenfell to learn more about the fauna and flora of the province of Morrowind. It was on this trip that he was attacked by vampires. For nearly one hundred years after that he hunted in secret, until he was discovered by the Dark Brotherhood.
Life in the BrotherhoodEdit
Once he was accepted into the Dark Brotherhood by the Night Mother, he quickly climbed up the ranks until he reached the rank of Executioner. It is not revealed why he was not promoted further. He continued completing and assigning missions to other family members. In the year 3E 433 Lucien Lachance recruited the Hero of Kvatch, whom Vicente was assigned to as overseer for a time.
- Welcome to the Family
- To Serve Sithis
- The Assassinated Man
- Scheduled for Execution
- No Rest for the Wicked
- My Brother's Keeper
- Darkness Eternal
- Blood of the Damned
- Accidents Happen
- A Watery Grave
- A note in Valtieri's room reveals that he has a strange weakness to garlic, a nod to the popular vampire troupe.
- It should be noted that Vicente's name is unique for his race because it is of Spanish origin, the French version being Vincent.
- Even though he looks as if he has not fed for a long time, he has Bottles of Blood in His Chest in his room, as he will even give the player the key if he is spoken to correctly.
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (First appearance)