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Rolfe is a norn hunter found with his brother Huyg.


Shiverpeak Mountains


Lately, all my brother talks about is joining the Lionguard. I don't understand. Huyg's never been much of a joiner.
Talk more option tango.png What are the Lionguard all about?
They're a peacekeeping force, protecting travelers and providing havens from local threats like the Sons of Svanir here.
Talk more option tango.png What's this Sons of Svanir threat?
It's some crazy cult we're seeing grow out of control here—idiots who worship Jormag as if the ice dragon was a spirit.
Talk more option tango.png Is that them, up in that area surrounded by giant ice spikes?
That fortress across the way is like a swelling hornet's nest. It's just looming over the region, buzzing ominously.
Talk more option tango.png And that's where the Lionguard comes in, is that right? up to "What are the Lionguard all about?"
Talk end option tango.png Well put. Take care.
Talk more option tango.png Maybe I should head up there and chase them out.
I like your attitude, but you don't want to take them alone, adventurer.
Talk end option tango.png We'll see.
Talk end option tango.png Unbelievable.
Talk more option tango.png You can't understand why your brother would want to be part of that? Same as "You don't understand the appeal?"
Talk end option tango.png Sounds like a worthy cause to me.
Talk more option tango.png You don't understand the appeal?
It's not that I have a problem with the Lionguard... I just don't want to see my brother get shipped off to another haven.
Talk more option tango.png Who are the Lionguard, exactly? same as "What are the Lionguard all about?"
Talk end option tango.png I guess that's understandable.
Talk end option tango.png Maybe you should trust his judgment.


  • Rolfe is a Scandinavian male given name that is an alternate form of the name Rolf, derived from the Old Norse name Hrólfr, which in turn is derived from the words hróðr and ulfr, meaning "renown" and "wolf" respectively.