Tribunal:Detritus Caria

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Detritus Caria (detritus caria)
Location Mournhold, Craftsmen's Hall
Race Breton Gender Male
Level 20 Class Noble
Other Information
Health 148 Magicka 160
Alarm 0 Fight 30
Detritus Caria

Detritus Caria is a Breton noble who can be found on the second floor of the Craftsmen's Hall. He appears to have a strange affinity for collecting seemingly mundane things.

He wears an extravagant shirt with matching pants and a pair of extravagant shoes. Aside from his natural bonus and resistance to magicka, and his ability to shield himself for short periods, he knows the following spells: Cure Common Disease Victim, Strong Resist Fire, Strong Resist Frost, Strong Resist Magicka, and Strong Resist Poison.

In his room at the Craftsman's Hall, his table and shelves are covered in assorted clutter, and some of his baskets contain leveled clutter as well. His drawers and closet contain leveled clothes. One chest contains contains some alcohol and a small locked chest contains fifty gold. Some Nirthfly Stalks can be found in a pot by the door.

Related Quests[edit]

Dialogue[edit]

  • Greetings:
    • "Salutations %PCRace! Would you like to look over my wonderful collection of clutter? Perhaps you would even consider helping me fill out my collection.
    • "Ah, hello again, %PCName. Feel free to take a look around at my collection."
    • "Oh, you again. Come to view my collection and wonder what glory might have been your [sic], eh?"
    • "Greetings my Champion of Clutter!"

  • clutter:
    • "Ah, beautiful, glorious clutter. I can't get enough of it! You know what I'm talking about, traveler. Clutter is everywhere you look. Tamriel's residences are filled with enough worthless housewares to choke a wild kagouti. Tables full of plates and utensils, bottles upon bottles upon bottles, barrels and baskets filled with pillows -- these are my consuming passion. I'm a collector, you see, and I think my collection of Morrowind's clutter is virtually complete. Take a look around!"
  • my collection:
    • "While my shelves full of Morrowind's clutter are impressive, they are not yet definitive. I am looking to recruit a brave and stalwart adventurer to become my Champion of Clutter, venturing into the world and seeking the items I need to complete my collections. Are you interested? Of course, I will reward you well."
      • I'd be happy to help. "Fabulous! I require two items for my Imperial collection at the moment. The first is a bolt of Imperial rat hair fabric. It is easy to recognize by its burgundy color and diamond pattern on the side. The second is a brushed silver pitcher. Please return when you have these two items."
      • I've got more important work than chasing after utensils. "Oh, that's truly a pity. I suppose I shall have to remain my own Champion of Clutter for now."
    • "Do you have the bolt of fabric and the pitcher I asked you for, %PCName?"
      • Yes, here you are.
        • "Why do you lie to me %PCName? I'm just a simple collector of clutter looking for my Champion. Come back again when you have the cloth and pitcher."
        • "Oh how wonderful! This is exactly what I wanted. Thank you so much, %PCName. I hereby christen you the Champion of Clutter! Take this money as a token of my appreciation. Come back again and I may have more work for you."
      • No, not yet. "Well, please get them to me as soon as possible. this matter is of the highest urgency. Remember, the fabric is burgundy and has a diamond pattern on the side, and the pitcher is silver."
    • "My collection is looking better thanks to your efforts, but it is still incomplete. I have another task for you, if you're interested."
      • Yes, I'm interested. "Wonderful! If you'll look on the shelf in the back corner, you'll notice the glaring absence of a particular redware pot. The pot is tall, with vertical lines going down its side, and is shaped much like the adjacent blue glass pot. I also require a complete set of Imperial silverware -- that's fork, knife, and spoon. Finally, I require a common metal plate. The plate is yellow in color and features a picture of the sun in the center. Find these for me, Champion, and I will reward you well."
      • No thanks. Once was enough. "Oh, that's truly a pity. I must hereby abonlish [sic] your title of Champion of Clutter. Please leave me now."
    • "Do you have the items I requested, %PCName?"
      • Yes, here they are.
        • "This is behavior unbecoming of the Champion of Clutter, %PCName. Please don't lie to me any further, and get the items to me as soon as you can."
        • "Excellent! Thank you so much, %PCName. You are truly the Champion of Clutter. Accept this as my reward. Come back again and I may have more work for you."
      • No, I don't. "Please hurry. I simply cannot wait to sit on my bed and gaze with gratification upon my completed collections."
    • "My collection is almost complete, but I require one more set of extremely rare objects. Are you up to the challenge, my Champion?"
      • Yes, I am. "Fabulous! I have searched far and wide for a complete set of Dwemer tableware, to no avail. I am not skilled enough to search through the dwarven ruins themselves, but you can, my Champion. The complete set includes two goblets -- one slightly larger than the other -- a pitcher, a tankard, and a large bowl. Bring these to me, and I will pay you handsomely."
      • No, I'm not. "Oh, that's truly a pity. I must hereby abolish your title of Champion of Clutter. Please leave me now."
    • "Have you managed to find the Dwemer items yet, %PCName?"
      • Yes, here you are.
        • "Really, Champion, you shouldn't lie like that. You raise my hopes only to dash them a second later. Go find the Dwemer table set, and don't come back until you have it."
        • "Amazing! I can't believe I'm actually holding the definitive collection of Dwarven clutter in my hands. You have done well, %PCName. I hereby confer upon you the title of Champion of Clutter for all time. And here is your reward."
      • No, not yet. "Ah, I knew it would take you time. This is a quest truly befitting the one and only Champion of Clutter!"
    • "Thank you for all your hard work, Champion of Clutter. My collection has never looked livelier."
    • "I don't know if I'll ever fill out my collection now. I'm far too busy finding the perfect arrangement for my limeware to go out and acquire new items."

Notes[edit]

  • Detritus is a word meaning "accumulated material" or "debris", so it is a particularly suitable name for this character.