Personality and TraitsEdit
Spending most of his time at the Bee and Barb, Vulwulf often promotes Ulfric Stormcloak and the goal of a liberated Skyrim. If initiated in dialogue, he will often be asked to be left alone, as he is mourning the loss of his daughter, Lilija.
The Great WarEdit
Vulwulf was a soldier in the Great War, serving as a soldier for the Empire against the Aldmeri Dominion. The bloody nature of the war struck Vulwulf hard. During that war, he met Nura, a healer, who would be his future wife.
Aftermath and the StormcloaksEdit
After the war, he moved to Riften with his wife. As true worshippers of Talos, they became furious with the Empire when the White-Gold Concordat was signed, and felt betrayed. When Ulfric Stormcloak started the civil war for Skyrim's independence, Vulwulf and his wife began supporting the Stormcloaks. Together with Nura, he had two sons, Asgeir Snow-Shod and Unmid Snow-Shod, and a daughter named Lilija. They raised their children with talk about honor and the obligation to their homeland. Much to his content, the oldest son, Unmid, became a housecarl to the Jarl of Riften, and his daughter, Lilija, joined the Stormcloaks as a healer, only to fall a few months later without spilling any blood herself. Vulwulf mourns her death deeply.
Vulwulf is a possible target needed to be intimidated by initiating a brawl.
Bound Until DeathEdit
Vulwulf appears at the wedding ceremony of his son Asgeir and his fiance Vittoria Vici. He strongly disapproves of their wedding, claiming that there are "lots of eager Nord women" and considers the marriage to be the loss of a son. Vulwulf will claim that Vittoria's death was an Imperial conspiracy to blame the Stormcloaks.
- Vulwulf talks to the Dragonborn with disdain if they are an Imperial.
- Reciprocally, if the Dragonborn is a Nord, he will greet them in a joyful tone and ask them if they fight against the Empire.
- Sometimes, he will throw insults at Talen-Jei when the latter states that he has had enough to drink for one night.
- If Vulwulf is killed, his body will appear at his son's wedding. The same applies for his wife, Nura.