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Skyrim:Dreyla Alor

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Dreyla Alor
(RefID: xx018295)
Added by Dragonborn
Home City Raven Rock
House Alor House
Race Dark Elf Gender Female
Level 10 Class Farmer
RefID xx018295 BaseID xx018294
Other Information
Health 125 Magicka 80
Stamina 80
Primary Skills Alchemy, Smithing, Enchanting, Destruction
Morality No Crime Aggression Unaggressive
Protected Yes
Faction(s) DLC2PillarBuilderFaction; Fethis and Dreyla Alor's Shared Faction; DLC2CrimeRavenRockFaction
Dreyla Alor

Dreyla Alor is a Dark Elf farmer living in Raven Rock, although she hates Solstheim, as her time is spent trying to eke out a living at her shop. She wants to return to Morrowind, but doesn't want to leave her widowed father, Fethis. Her mother died during an Argonian raid, along with nearly everyone else in their town, as they lived only a league from the border with Black Marsh. She is in a relationship with Captain Veleth, but must visit him secretly because her father does not approve.

Dreyla wears a Dunmer outfit with Dunmer shoes, and she carries a steel dagger, a key to her house, and a selection of common items and gold.

She gets up at 6am to have a two-hour breakfast with her father. At 8am she leaves the house and goes over to The Retching Netch to drink for two hours, together with her lover, Captain Modyn Veleth. Once she gets done drinking, she decides to go browsing at the marketplace for 7 full hours before returning to drinking at the Netch for 4 more hours. Afterwards, she returns to her house to wander around some more and at midnight, she either heads to the Earth Stone, to work for six hours, or if the stone has been cleansed, she heads to bed.

Related QuestsEdit


Her greetings can be:

"Miserable... just miserable. I hate this place."
"This island's nothing but a pile of rubble. What's the point trying to make a life here?"
"You stuck in Raven Rock too? Horrible isn't it."
"If you're looking to purchase something, speak to my father, Fethis."

Once she's free from Miraak's control:

"I can't believe that I was building that shrine at night... I never knew."

If she is located at the Earth Stone when it is cleansed:

"I know you risked a lot freeing me from Miraak's control. Thank you!"
"What if Miraak decides to make us do something else next... like kill someone we love. I can't bear the thought!"

If you've helped Raven Rock get back on its feet, she'll be very grateful:

"The mines are open and the shop is busy again. Thank you!"

If spoken to:

You don't like it on Solstheim?
"Don't like it? I hate it! Every day it's the same thing. We open the shop, we hardly sell a thing, we close the shop and go to sleep. What kind of a life is that?"
Why not return to Morrowind?
"Oh, believe me... I'd be on the first ship off of this miserable island if I could. But I'm not sure I could do that to my father. I think it would break his heart. We've already lost my mother, I don't want to leave him alone."
How did your mother die?
"We lived in a settlement perhaps a league from the border of Black Marsh, the homeland of the Argonians. Even though the Argonian Invasion ended a long time ago, there are still a few scale-skin clans that live within our borders. To put it simply, they attacked our settlement and slaughtered almost everyone. It was horrible."

When exiting conversation:

"Keep yourself safe... Solstheim's still a dangerous place."

Quest-Related DialogueEdit


What's being built outside of town?
"There's a shrine there, but I'm not sure what it means..."
Can you tell me more about the shrine near town?
"Why can't I remember? I was sure it was important."
Do you know someone called Miraak?
"I think so, but I'm not sure where I heard the name."
Is there anything you can tell me?
"I don't know why, but I'm thinking about a temple, here on the island. Maybe it was just a bad dream."

It's All In The TasteEdit

When asked if she wants a drink from Geldis, she'll gladly accept:

Geldis Sadri wants you to try his new drink.
"At least my father will let me drink whatever I want without complaining. Tell Geldis I appreciate it."

Reluctant StewardEdit

If you ask her if she wants to be Neloth's steward, she'll immediately decline

Do you want to be the new steward of Tel Mithryn?
"My father needs me. He can't run his market stand alone. Besides, Neloth is as loony as a skooma addict. He wanted my father to import a white mammoth. Alive!"
Know anyone that might take the job?
"You could try Drovas Relvi. He came in here asking my father if he needed any odd jobs done. Seemed kind of desperate."


She can often be seen talking with either her father, Geldis Sadri or Captain Modyn Veleth, her lover.

Fethis: "I never got a chance to thank you for everything you've done. Ever since your mother died..."
Dreyla: "You don't need to say anything, father. I miss her too."
Fethis: "Had we only left a day earlier... she'd still be with us. It's my fault she's dead."
Dreyla: "It was her time, father. None of us have any control over that. You mustn't blame yourself."

Fethis: "Dreyla! I told you I didn't want you seeing him anymore. Must I lock you into the house at night?"
Dreyla: "Father, Captain Veleth and I are in love. He means everything to me. Am I to simply ignore my own heart?"
Fethis: "He's twice your age and only wants to marry into our family to use my contacts at the East Empire Company. No, I won't allow it."
Dreyla: "Your precious "contacts" have yet to conjure up a scrap of food or work for us, father. Don't make me choose, father... I beg you!"

Geldis: "Dreyla, I have a message for you."
Dreyla: "Tell my father if he wants to speak to me, he should do it in person."
Geldis: "It's not from your father. It's from Captain Veleth."
Dreyla: "Oh my goodness, I'm so sorry, Geldis! Please, tell me... what did he say?"
Geldis: "He said he'll meet you where you met for the first time. He said you'd know what it means."
Dreyla: "I do! Thank you."

Dreyla: "I don't know if I can do this anymore, Modyn."
Modyn: "Is it because of your father? Or is it me?"
Dreyla: "He's never been the same since my mother died. I don't think he ever wants me to feel the pain he suffers."
Modyn: "At some point, you're going to have to choose. No matter the outcome, I'll always respect your decision."