Not to be confused with Eveline or Eveline Vette.
"No matter where the wind blows, leaves from the same tree eventually find each other again."
―Eveli Sharp-Arrow[src]

Eveli Sharp-Arrow is a Bosmer adventurer found in Wrothgar. She has never been outside of Valenwood before, and has little experience in the rest of Tamriel.


Invitation to OrsiniumEdit

Eveli was a part of the supply caravan heading towards Orsinium. She posed as a caravan guard, but the caravan got ambushed by the Winterborn just as the it went through the Merchant's Gate.

When the Vestige arrived she was overlooking Talviah Aliaria and, having listened to Chief Bazrag's orders, stayed with the remaining survivors.

A King-Sized ProblemEdit

Eveli can give you directions to an alternate entrance of the Temple of Ire.

To Save a ChiefEdit

Travel with Eveli and infiltrate the Vosh Rakh-occupied Fharun Stronghold.

The Anger of a KingEdit

Decipher Eveli's letter, and rendezvous with her at Paragon's Remembrance.

The King's GambitEdit

Rescue Eveli and Chief Bazrag from the Scarp Keep prison.

Blood on a King's HandsEdit

Eveli and Bazrag will accompany you to the Great Moot.

Long Live the KingEdit

Eveli, along with other heroes of Orsinium,


Show: Invitation to Orsinium

"Did Orsinium send you? Are you part of the reinforcements? The Winterborn came out of nowhere. It happened so fast. They took our cargo into the kills and the Orc peasants chased them. That's when Chief Bazrag and his warriors arrived."

Slow down and tell me what happened. "Our caravan was heading for Orsinium, the new Orc city, when the Winterborn landed on the wagons like flesh-flies and skeever pie. The Orc peasants refused to let their supplies be taken, so they chased the marauders into the hills."
You let defenseless peasants go after the marauders? "In case you haven't noticed, these cracked acorns aren't worth their weight in blood-berry pudding! Besides, before we could rally our forces, Chief Bazrag and his Orc warriors arrived. He told us to wait there and then went after the marauders."
I'll go help the chief. "I knew I liked you the moment I saw you! Chief Bazrag is big and mean and looks like he can fight, but there were an awful lot of marauders. Ice-Heart's Winterborn won't stop until Bazrag and all the Orc peasants are dead. You better hurry!"
Aren't you coming with me? "I will. Eventually. Maybe. I mean, look around! These people are injured! What happens if the Winterborn come back? Someone has to protect them, keep them from being picked off one by one. Anyway, I'll keep them safe while you help Chief Bazrag."
What brings a Wood Elf to Wrothgar? "This caravan brought me! I thought we already covered that? Oh, you mean specifically. The invitation. You got one, too, didn't you? It talked about testing yourself against the most savage land in Tamriel. That was a challenge I couldn't pass up!"
What can you tell me about Chief Bazrag? "He's a chief! In charge of an Orc clan or something. If you ask me he's got more than a chip on his shoulder. It's a whole damn mountain! I don't think he's a big supporter of King Kurog, but he saved us before he went to help the peasants."
Was the chief part of your caravan? "No, we were the caravan guards. Bazrag said he was on patrol, looking for Winterborn marauders. Some scary Reach warlord named Ice-Heart leads them. Even Bazrag seemed a bit nervous just talking about him. Now go help the chief before it's too late!"

After the Vestige had rescued Orsimer peasants and retrieved the note To Warlord Ice-Heart. Eveli, together with Talviah, can be found near the Chief Bazrag.

"The other's went on ahead to the city, in case you're wondering. I, um, felt kind of responsible for sending you into harm's way, so I waited around to make sure you were all right. And here you are! Right as rain!"

So what's a Wood Elf doing in a place like this? "Same as all the others. Looking for adventure! I figured there wasn't a better place to make a name for myself than in the untamed wilderness of Wrothgar. Are you going to Orsinium?"
Yes. I need to present myself to Forge-Mother Alga. "Ah, King Kurog's mother! She's one smart woman and an even smarter Ocs! From what I've heard, you want to stay on her good side. I understand she has a fierce temper."
What about you? Are you going to Orsinium? "Eventually. But first they asked me to go to Frostbreak Fortress. I think they realized I was good with a bow and they need something filled with arrows. Hopefully, it's more these Winterborn! Who knows, maybe I'll see you there!"
Show: The Anger of a King
At the beginning of the quest, Eveli has a conversation in Mazabakh's House:

"I hate this situation, I really do. Being a hero, that's supposed to be pure and honest. Good is good and evil is evil, you know what I mean? But nothing here is clear cut. I can't tell the good guys from the bad."

If it was easy, everyone would be a hero. "I'm not even sure whose side I'm on anymore. When Bazrag and I sneaked into the city, two guards got lucky and happened to be in the right place at the right time. They attacked. I ... I ... I just reacted and let my arrows fly."
You defended yourself and your charge. "But I killed two guards who were just doing their job! They probably have loved ones, pets ... I ... I don't know if I can do this anymore."
Everything worked out, so stop your whining. "I killed two guards! They were just doing their job! They probably have loved ones, pets ... How can you be so heartless?"
You have to do what's right for you, but I could certainly use your help. "I knew you were going to say that. Still, I'm not sure I can get past Solgra's lies. She tricked us into helping Chief Bazrag―and I'm still not sure about his role in all this! All right. You can count on me. But I'm doing this for you, not them."
How can you be so gullible? Look, are you going to help me or not? "You can be a bastard sometimes, you know that? First Solgra's lies, tricking us into helping Chief Bazrag, now this? All right. I'll help you. But I'm not doing this for you. I'm doing it because someone has to."
Come to Paragon's Remembrance. I need someone I can trust with us. "I can do that. Besides, it'll be nice to get out of a city. Try to forget about the price on my head for a while. All right, let's do this. But be careful out there, will you? I can't afford to lose the only person I really trust."
Then come to Paragon's Remembrance. I need someone I can trust. "[?]"

If spoken to again before leaving:

"I'll head out as soon as it's safe. I know how to avoid the guard patrols. Let's determine what the Vosh Rakh are planning so we can stop them. Maybe that'll make me feel better about all the lies and deceit."

At Paragon's Remembrance, she will have a short conversation with Talviah:


And then be spoken with:

"I've got good news, disappointing news, and downright awful news. The good, Bazrag's instructions were easy to follow. The disappointing, I have no idea how to find the entrance and there's no way to get inside without being attacked once we do."

So what's the downright awful news? "I lost a bet with Talviah and now I owe him a traditional Valenwood dinner. You know, the kind Wood Elves like to eat. I can't wait to see the look on his face when he realizes what kind of meat he's eating. It'll be priceless!"
You sound like your old self again. "Yeah, I guess I just needed to get out of the city. I was seriously depressed when I wound up on the king's most wanted list. Thanks for pushing me. Infiltrating a cult is certainly better than hiding in a hole someplace."
There is no time to make jokes. "Right, sorry. Scary cult needs to be infiltrated. Wouldn't want to try to get you to crack a smile or anything. It just feels good to be doing something and not hiding from the king's guard, that's all."
So how do we get inside? "Well, with all the runners we spotted, we know we're in the right place. We just need a way to get inside without being noticed. You know, we might be able to do something with those higher-ranking cultists in the fancy masks."
A disguise is a good idea. Seen any of those cultists recently? "Well, a few of the masked cultists passed this way a little while ago. Then we heard a large commotion over there to the west. I can't be sure, mind you, but I think those Vosh Rakh might have ... well, they could have walked into an ... um …."
Just tell me what happened. "Talviah thinks ... well ... he thinks that the group might have walked into an echatere mating ritual. The sounds from the west, the screams. Y'ffre's bow, the noise was horrible! Then it got real quiet. I don't think it went well for the cultists."
I'll go see if I can find something we can use. "Just don't get too close to those echateres. I heard they become extremely violent when anything interrupts their ... frolicking. We'll look around on our own and meet you inside. Good luck!"

If spoken to again:

"West. That's where all the noise came from. Not sure what happened to the cultists, but it probably won't be pretty. Still, it's one of our best chances for finding a disguise. We'll look around, too, and meet you inside the ruins."

In Paragon's Remembrance, she will have a short conversation with her friends:


And then be spoken with:

"Looks like you found an amulet, too. But tell me, was I right? Did the echateres get all frolicsome on those cultists? Wait a moment. Your amulet's cracked. You weren't supposed to break it, you know."

It was broken when I found it. The echateres weren't particularly careful with the cultists. "Well, the illusion seems to be holding up, at least for now. Hopefully it won't fail at a particularly critical moment. Anyway, I think we should split up and cover more ground. That's the best way to find what we're looking for quickly."
Are you sure splitting the party is a good idea? "This place is enormous! Besides, you never put all your acorns in one basket. We need to find out what the Vosh Rakh are up to and fast. Flies and I will look around out here, while you and Tal see what the high-ranking cultists are meeting about."
Let's rendezvous back here after we find something. "Good idea! And let's not take too long. Lives are depending on us! And speaking of lives, make sure Tal stays safe, will you? He isn't as experienced as we are. I'm afraid his wide-eyed enthusiasm is going to get him injured."
Isn't that like the leaf calling the tree green? "Ha, ha. Tease me all you want, but I know better now. Sort of. As long as you're here though, I know you'll watch out for us. You're surprisingly good at that sort of thing."
I will. You be careful, too. "[?]"

As she leaves, she utters one last line, and Talviah speaks up:


Upon rendezvous outside Paragon's Remembrance, and if Talviah wasn't sacrificed:

"There you are! I was beginning to get worried about you. We've found out some ... Where's Talviah?"

Talviah's fine. He's keeping the Vosh Rakh busy so we can go warn the city. "All by himself? Are you sure he can handle that? What am I saying, of course you're sure! We managed to find out that the attack on the temple was a ruse perpetrated by the Vosh Rakh. That was right before our amulets stopped working."
We lost our amulets, too. "Yeah, I was suddenly as naked as an ash tree that had lost its last leaf of the season. Good thing we stashed our gear nearby! Anyway, the temple attack was all to place the blame on Bazrag. The chief is innocent. I didn't help a murderer!"
I learned that the Vosh Rakh are hiding in the city. They're going to attack the chiefs at the moot. "That's something, but not enough to provide the edge we were hoping for. We'll just have to be careful. Anyone could be working with the Vosh Rakh. I don't know about you, but all this intrigue is starting to make my head hurt."
Return to Orsinium and warn Chief Bazrag, I'll meet you there shortly. "Flies and I will go warn Chief Bazrag. This whole thing ... it's stranger even than any Investigator Vale story I've ever read. Here, take this. I found it and thought you should have it. For protecting Tal. I appreciate that."

If spoken to again before leaving for Orsinium:

"Flies and I will sneak out of here and go warn Chief Bazrag. We'll see you back in the city!"

Show: To Save a Chief

I had the hardest time finding you. Looked all over the city, even got lost once or twice. I did fins an adorable sweets shop, though. They had these wonderful tiny cakes and were absolutely delicious! Who knew Ocs cakes could taste so good?

Did you need something speficic? Right to business, huh? Not even a "Hi, good to see you?" Fine, fine. Anyway, High Priestess Solgra need our help. She wants us to work together on this. When you have a moment, you need to go see her.
Any idea what the high priestess wants us to do? It's a rescue mission! But she said she wants to give you the details personally. After all, you did save her life. I can see it now. "Oh, my savior! Let's retire to my private chambers so I can share the intimate details with you!"
I'll go talk to High Priestess Solgra. Seriously, Solgra wants to keep this quiet. Said the situation was sensitive. She especially doesn't want the king to know. When I suggested asking the king for help, she insisted that that would only get more people killed. Just so you know.
King Kurog doesn't know about this? No. Doesn't have a clue. That's what makes it so exciting! This is an honest-to-goodness secret mission! I always wanted to go on a secret mission! Besides, once you talk to Solgra, you'll understand. She explains things much better than I do.
How'd you get involved with High Priestess Solgra? Have you seen my bow skills? I'm sure Solgra noticed and said to herself, "That's a fine young lass! She can put a shaft thought an apple balanced on the back of a moving wamasu. I shall recruit her!" Either that or she was desperate for some help.
Show: Long Live the King

"The high priestess used to study here. Read her books. Write her sermons. Now she's gone, and it feels like I've got a hole the size of Elden Root right in the middle of my chest."

You're taking Solgra's death kind of hard. "Damn right! We won, but the high priestess died. That's awful and it makes me so angry! It just isn't fair! But you obviously came here for another reason. Sorry I got so emotional. What's up?"
Chief Bazrag wanted me to give this to you. "A letter? Isn't that how all this trouble started in the first place? But I guess I might as well see this through to the end. And you'll be there, right? Me and you, once more into the breach. Hopefully without anyone trying to kill us this time."

If spoken to again before leaving:

"I need a few more moments to clear my head. I'll see you over at the keep before the funeral begins."

At Kurog's funeral:

"The high priestess ... she looks so peaceful now. I think she'd appreciate all this attention."

After Kurog's funeral:

"That was a beautiful ceremony. So respectful and yet also inspiring. I particularly liked the fire. It was so ... fiery! And I'm glad they made Bazrag the king. I think he'll do a fine job for his people."

In the main hall:

Eveli Sharp-Arrow: "Thanks for the offer, but I ... I can't. Not after everything that's happened."
King Bazrag: "I understand. Thank you for everything you've done, little Elf. I shall miss you."

"You're leaving, too? I can't blame you. I really can't stay around here much longer. Not after everything that happened."

Are you doing all right? "Not that well, all things considered. When I saw the high priestess's body, just lying on that slab ... Look, I've got to get out of here. If I stick around, these feelings, these memories, they're never going to fade."
Did King Bazrag talk to you? "Yeah. He wanted me to stay and help train the Orc archers. Even offered me my own squad and a fancy title. But after everything that happened, I just need to get away so I can put this all behind me."
Where will you go? "I'm not sure. I might return to Valenwood, see my family. I'm kind of missing my loved ones after what we've been through. I wonder if Solgra had a family. She ... never mentioned it."
I wanted to say goodbye. "There's so much I want to tell you. To thank you for. I've learned so much from you. Out of everyone here, you're the one person I never lost faith in. I wish I could just go and follow you around forever."
What's stopping you? "Tempting, but I need to find my own way for a while. But no matter where the wind blows, leaves from the same tree eventually find each other again. That'll be the same for us. You'll see."


Blood on a King's Hands

King Kurog: "Silence, chiefs! Your constant bickering has plagued our people for long enough!"
Chief Bazrag: "Kurog's belittling the chiefs. They won't stand for that."
King Kurog: "You isolate yourselves in your own strongholds, perpetuating our selfish nature. We must change who and what we are!"
Eveli Sharp-Arrow: "Kurog's got a point. We're still going to kill the bastard, right."
King Kurog: "I tried to appeal to you as equals, but you refused to listen. I grow tired of arguing with you."
Forge-Mother Alga: "The king cares for our people and all you do is break his heart."
Chief Bazrag: "Wonderful. The murderous king and his lunatic mother. This will be interesting.
We're getting close. Be ready for anything."
Eveli Sharp-Arrow: "Sounds like the time I walked in on an Imga courting ritual!"
King Kurog: "The choice is simple. Kneel before me as your king and ruler of the united Orsimer nation―or die!"
Chief Bazrag: "We need to move faster. Kurog's about to start slaughtering the chiefs!
Once we get inside, find Kurog and take him down. We need to save as many chiefs as we can.
There's still time if we move fast. We need to open this gate."
Eveli Sharp-Arrow: "There's no lever. They must have shut it from the other side."
Chief Bazrag: "Stand aside and let me work! Get ready to pull those people out of there!"
King Kurog: "You leave me no choice. I'll unite the clans over your dead bodies!"
Forge-Mother Alga: "But don't worry. Trinimac is waiting for you on the other side."
King Kurog: "Archers, eliminate the clan chiefs!"
Chief Ramash: "We've been betrayed! Defend yourselves!"
King Kurog: "And now the last guest has arrived. I'm going to make you pay for your disloyalty."
Chief Bazrag: "Clan chiefs, over here! Arrgh! Hurry, this gate is ... heavier than it looks."
Eveli-Sharp Arrow: "I'll go back and help Chief Bazrag. Don't get yourself killed without me!"
King Kurog: "As impressive as always, but it doesn't matter. My soldiers are already moving to block the tunnels.
But even impressive criminals must pay for their crimes. I'm going to deal with you―personally!
Bow before the king of the Orsimer!"


  • Eveli has a unique skill named "Eveli Stun Shot," which has a 100% to deal poison damage.
  • She has authored the book Little Echatere.



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