Remembering treachery
If you decide to allow S'razirr to assist you during Nothing You Can Possess, and give him the money in The Tiber Septim Hotel, then he will return to the Roxey Inn, a place that Claude Maric frequents... When I entered the Inn after completing the quest, everybody in the Inn, including an invisible Maric and a Legion soldier, attacked S'razirr and killed him! It was possibly a glitch, or may have been because he attacked Maric's men outside of Malada.--Merco 10:27, 20 August 2007 (EDT)
I have seen this happen on two seperate games now. When I go to the roxey for some heavy armour training, Claude attacks S'razirr, and usually kills him. Sometimes the guards help Caude. I went trough some trouble keeping him alive at 'nothing you can posess', and Id love for him to stay alive, but it seems Claude is very angry with him. I helped S'razzir with some healing and shield spells, and after a while Claude shouted the famous battlecry: run away! He turned invisble and left the Roxey. S'razirr didnt know where he went, ran behind the bar and up the stairs with his weapon unsheated, but Claude had exited, I knew, cause I heard the door. Another time, at night, I found Claude standing outside a locked room door with his weapon unsheated. Detect life revealed a sleeping figure inside, wich I assumed was S'razirr. I thought that was kinda funny. I am almost 100% positive this behaviour is caused due to the events at Malada, and not by pickpocketing. --Merari 12:59, 25 May 2010 (UTC)
 Another Instance of AI Hilarity
I think S'razirr tried to steal food from Claude Maric, because I was about three steps away from my bed when I heard "Pickpocket! Pickpocket! Guard your wallets!" and ran downstairs just in time to see the guard (the one who's always sitting outside on the bench) rush inside and upstairs to attack S'razirr. Unfortunately for S'razirr, the guard hits pretty hard. Unfortunately for the guard, Rigmor and Brucetus hit even harder. They killed the guard, and apparently everything is okay now, although there are three bodies upstairs.
Can y'all confirm that S'razirr was the one that did the pickpocketing? I wasn't actually downstairs when it happened, but S'razirr seemed to be the one the guard went after. IWon'tFightUndead 00:28, 18 November 2008 (EST)
- Never mind, I loaded my quicksave and went inside to see if it would happen again. It did; I saw S'razirr go into sneak and fail to pickpocket Rigmor. She called the guard; the guard attacked S'razirr; the guard kills S'razirr, as well as Rigmor and Brucetus, who defend S'razirr. Is this worth adding to the article? Something to the tune of: "S'razirr will sometimes attempt to pickpocket food from the other patrons of the inn. If he is caught, he usually gets killed by the guard that sits outside. If Rigmor and Brucetus come to his aid, the guard typically kills both of them as well, although they occasionally can overpower the guard." IWon'tFightUndead 14:31, 18 November 2008 (EST)
 Where does he go?
If you allied with him and payed him off at the Tiber Septim Hotel? I saw him leaving the city on the main bridge. 220.127.116.11 13:44, 27 December 2008 (EST)
Never mind. I read the first post. On my file he's not there. I'm guessing he was killed by a random creature or person on the way there. 18.104.22.168 13:45, 27 December 2008 (EST)
 Fights guards?
I found S'razirr in the roxey inn, at the time I had 100% chameleon and a bounty of 100, I accidentally talked to the imperial guard inside and then resisted arrest, here's where it got weird. Everyone else in the room ran to behind the bar except for S'razirr, he got up and started to attack the guard, he eventually killed him as the guard didn't fight back, anyone got an explanation? I'm on the xbox so it can't be a console thing, and it's not disposition as it was my first time in the roxey inn — Unsigned comment by Baenlin (talk • contribs) on 12 June 2009
- His Responsibility is quite low (10), so he might have considered you a fellow thug and attacked the guards because they were the aggressors. --Timenn < talk > 07:29, 12 June 2009 (EDT)
 Why is he a follower?
- He follows you to kill you if you enlist him and then refuse to pay him. --SerCenKing Talk 18:30, 22 March 2010 (UTC)