Morrowind:Ian

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Ian (Ian)
Home City Ebonheart
Location Outside, [2,-13]
Race Redguard Gender Male
Level 13 Class Archer
Other Information
Health 141 Magicka 80
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Faction(s) Fighters Guild 4(Protector)
Ian

Ian is a Redguard archer and Protector of the Fighters Guild working as a mercenary for the East Empire Company, protecting their property in Ebonheart. He can be found wandering around the plaza near the dragon statue.

He wears a Nordic fur cuirass with matching boots and greaves, cloth bracers, a common shirt, common belt, and some common pants.

He's armed with a steel katana, a long bow, and sixty iron arrows. Like all Redguards, he has a natural resistance to poison and disease, and can boost his health, strength, agility and endurance for a short period of time. Aside from that, he also knows the following spells: Hearth Heal, Righteousness, Free Action, Balyna's Antidote, Cure Poison, Seryn's Gift, Resist Fire, Resist Cold, Resist Common Disease, Resist Frost, Resist Magicka, Restore Agility, Rest of St. Merris, Great Heal Companion, and Restore Strength.

Archers around Vvardenfell will tell you to speak with him if you are interested in learning about the trade of an archer. He has unique dialogue on the following archer-related topics:

  • Light armor styles: "Both the Western 'militia' and eastern 'Ashlander' armor styles depends [sic] on light, cheap leather armors. The Eastern reinforced chitin armor, however, is distinctly superior to Western-style leather armors, and offers better protection, pound for pound and drake for drake, than any other armor. The 'glass' light armors of the noble Great Houses are in the high Altmer style, strikingly light and stylish, and comparable with the ebony and daedric in protection, but are expensive and in short supply."
  • Markman weapons: "Short bows and long bows use arrows. Crossbows use bolts. Bow and crossbows are more cumbersome, two-handed weapons, but more effective. Throwing stars and throwing knives are fast, light, one-handed attacks, but less damaging than bows and crossbows."