Aloys Bincal is an Imperial commoner who is married to Callia Bincal. He left the Breton capital of High Rock to start a farming settlement in Cyrodiil with his wife and her father, Barthel Gernand. While Aloys didn't enjoy moving from his home, he decided to give it a try for the sake of his wife, who believed that it would be a great way to make a new start.
Once in Cyrodiil, the group hired Mirisa as a guide and made their way to the plot of land the bought. Not long after they settled in Cropsford, they discovered that the land that was sold to them was in the middle of two feuding goblin clans, the Rock Biter Tribe and the Bloody Hand Tribe.
Now that the goblins are in a feud, the settlers are stranded. All their gold went into buying the land so they cant return home.
After the goblins are stopped and the settlement is built, Aloys will come around and start to enjoy his new home.
"Hello. I hope the goblins along the Yellow Road didn't give you any trouble."
- Goblins "We had just set up at Cropsford when Mirisa came running in. Said goblins were heading our way. We barely escaped with our lives!"
- Cropsford "If you ask Barthel, it's the garden spot of Tamriel. See for yourself. It's just northwest of here. But watch out for goblins."
- Goblin Trouble
"If you need anything, talk to my father-in-law. This whole expedition was his idea."
- Father-in-law "Barthel Gernand. He talked us into selling our comfortable house in High Rock to start a new settlement here in Cyrodiil. He read something about cheap land being offered by the government. Of course nobody said anything about the swarming goblins."
After dealing with the goblins:
- Cropsford "I guess we won't be going back to High Rock after all. Cropsford is going to be our home now, for better or worse."
After rebuilding Cropsford:
"It's my pleasure. Please continue."
- Cropsford "I like it here. I really didn't think I would, but Cropsford feels like home now. Thanks for making this possible, my friend."
- "I like it here. I really didn't think I would, but Cropsford feels like home now. Thanks for making this possible, my friend."