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Tirwin
Location South of Sadrith Mora
West of Alinor
Race Altmer Gender Female
Reaction Friendly
Tirwin begging for freedom
Tirwin in Summerset

Tirwin is an Altmer slave belonging to Faras Givyn of Sadrith Mora. Faras' son Llonas is in love with her, and desires to wed her, but she does not return his affections.

Tirwin reappears in Summerset, on the shore west of Alinor.

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Bound by Love[edit]

In Summerset[edit]

If she was freed, Tirwin will have the following to say:

"It's you! I never thought I'd see you again! You probably don't remember me. Tirwin? You freed me from those Telvanni slave drivers in Vvardenfell."
You made it home, I see.
"It wasn't too hard to give that idiot Llonas and his mother the slip, not that they didn't try, but I couldn't have done it without those papers you stole.
It's so good to be back on my home soil, even if I hardly recognize it."
Why is that?
"I was a slave for a very long time, before Llonas was even born, but it's not the Isles themselves that have changed so much as the people. I would have never imagined seeing people from all over Tamriel walking the streets of Alinor."
Is that a bad thing?
"No, I kind of like it. Gives me hope. There's a lot of tension in the air though. The growing pains will be long felt, I think."
What have you been up to since you escaped?
"Turns out all those years searching for Red Star Shells made me a fair hand at plying the waters for bounty, and Summerset has no shortage of shores. I make a good living hunting pearls, rare shells, and the like."

If you didn't free her, she says instead:

"I recognize you. You were the toady Llonas hired to buy me from his mother. I suppose I should be thanking you, even if you didn't intend for me to gain my freedom."
It's not my business either way. I was just the go between.
"I don't know why you did what you did, but if you believe you can profit from slavery without having to get your hands dirty? You're wrong. Helping Llonas made you complicit.
You were willing to give me to a monster."
You're right. I'm sorry I didn't make more of an effort to help you.
"What's past is past. If I spent my time dwelling on all the wrongs dealt to me in my life, I'd die before I finished.
If you want to do right by me, do something the next time you face an injustice."
Llonas gave you your freedom and you spat in his face.
"His wedding band was just another shackle. He never thought of me as a person, just a possession. The nice things he did were always just attempts to control me. He's no victim in this and you're no bystander."


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