Skyrim:The Stumbling Sabrecat

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The Stumbling Sabrecat
(view on map)
# of Zones 1
Respawn Time 10 days
Console Location Code(s)
The Pale
within Fort Dunstad
Special Features
# of Cooking Pots/Spits 1
Stumbling Sabrecat Inn at Fort Dunstad

The Stumbling Sabrecat is a tavern located within Fort Dunstad in the southern part of The Pale.

The building is sitting in the parade grounds of Fort Dunstad. The owner, Baral Sendu, was killed apparently by the bandits occupying the fort.

[edit] The Stumbling Sabrecat

Upon entering the counter is immediately on your left, with an empty strongbox, a lockpick, bottle of alto wine, and four loose septims on the counter and five salt piles, eight potatoes, an iron war axe, a bunch of jazbay grapes, a medium coin purse, three loose septims and a bottle of skooma underneath the counter. Against the west wall, behind the counter is a set of shelves holding nine bottles of alto wine and six bottles of wine. There are a flight of stairs leading down to the cellar against the rear wall, to the north.

The main part of the first room is take over as the sitting area for the tavern with two round wooden table and four chairs around each, with a bottle of Nord mead, a bottle of alto wine and a bunch of jazbay grapes on one and two bottles of Nord mead on the other table, an unowned single bed in the southwestern corner, a fireplace in the middle of the east wall has a cooking pot in front and three sets of imperial light boots, a pair of boots and a bottle of wine, all warming on the hearth. Above the fireplace is a weapon plaque holding a steel greatword and above that is the mounted head of a sabre cat with a bottle of alto wine in it's mouth--(see notes) and a copper and onyx circlet on it's head.

Downstairs are two bandits, once they have been taken care of you are free to explore the rest of the tavern. There is a pile of firewood and a stack of barrels under the stairs an against the east wall. Further to the right are two sets of shelves, the first is full of small barrels of mead, while the second holds a leather helmet, a set of hide armor and a pair of leather boots, with a double bed with the body of the former owner of the tavern Baral Sendu who has an iron dagger sticking out of his neck. The bed is still usable. There is a dresser containing clothes at the foot of the bed and an apprentice locked chest to the right, against the south wall. Another food barrel is in the southwestern corner with a cupboard to the right of that holding more clothes. To the right of the cupboard is a long wooden table with a random stamina potion, an iron dagger and four more loose septims, with a large vat to the right of the table.

[edit] Notes

  • There is a mounted sabre cat's head above the fireplace with a bottle of alto wine in it's mouth, presumably a reference to the inn's name.
  • After starting the Imperial questline, Sendu's body and the two bandits present in the basement are removed and the place is cleaned up.
  • The steel greatsword above the fireplace can't be removed.

[edit] Map

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