Oblivion talk:Bogrum Gro-Galash
Gro- or gro- ?
So, is this the only orc in the game with a capital G in Gro- (or Gra-)? and if so, what makes him so special? Is this a mistake on Bethseda's part, and if so, which version should be used here?
- I'd say it's a mistake by Bethesda. It wouldn't be the first. (see Mauhul gor-Burish in Morrowind) However, site policy has always been to use the exact spelling seen in the games, even if it's known to be incorrect. --TheRealLurlock Talk 10:17, 11 October 2007 (EDT)
- It's the only misspelling of Orc names I've spotted in Oblivion. In defence of Bethesda, I had to repeatedly type many Orc names once (for image names), and I understand now that it really dulls your senses. :-) --Timenn 10:21, 11 October 2007 (EDT)
The Forlorn Watchman
When I ask him about the Fornlorn Watchman, the text says to see Gilgondorin at Silverhorne-on-the-Water, but his voice says to see Ongarian (sp?) at A Warlock's Luck. Is this bug present for anyone else? — Unsigned comment by 22.214.171.124 (talk) on 3 January 2010
So, funny thing just happened. I'm running around Bravil with the Gray Cowl of Nocturnal equipped, and I duck into the Lonely Suitor with a few guards in tow. I run upstairs, take off the Cowl, and pay off my bounty with S'Krivva. The guards come in anyway, and Bogrum and Maglir start attacking them! Maglir sort of makes sense, but not Bogrum. Well, with Maglir still essential, he just got knocked out. The guards chased Bogrum outside and killed him! I swear, this game can be so entertaining. When they were brawling in the inn, I just sat down in a chair and watched the show. --126.96.36.199 04:46, 19 November 2011 (UTC)