He spends the majority of his time relaxing, sitting on the ledge in front of the New Gnisis Cornerclub in the Gray Quarter. He works for Bolfrida Brandy-Mug at her farm a few days out of the week, stating he has little choice as a Dunmer in Windhelm. He will further show his shame on the farm when he reveals that he is glad nobody from the city can see him out there.
- Bolfrida Brandy-Mug
Bolfrida: "Now, I've been reading about the best ways to grow corn in permafrost..."
Faryl: "I keep telling you, without a warming enchantment, it will never grow past your ankles."
Bolfrida: "Right, but if you plow the soil with fire salts..."
Faryl: "Then you've salted it and nothing will grow at all. Genius."
Faryl: "I don't think we're going to get those potatoes to come in."
Bolfrida: "Well of course, not with an attitude like that!"
Faryl: "The ground is practically frozen. We can't dig down far enough."
Bolfrida: "I'll bet this is better than trying to grow something in Morrowind, though, isn't it?"
Faryl: "Firstly, I've never even seen Morrowind. Secondly, in volcanic soil the plants practically grow themselves."
Bolfrida: "Oh, my, I hadn't thought of that."
- "Of course working for Bolfrida isn't my first choice. But what else can a Dunmer do out here?"
- "My sister and I both work for the Nords. Our brother is ashamed of us, but at least we can afford to eat."
- "Bolfrida is certainly grating, but she pays well. Thankfully nobody from the city can see me out here."
- Faryl's brother, Aval, will send hired thugs after the Dragonborn if Faryl is killed, and vice versa.
- If the Dragonborn enters a major city after murdering Aval, Faryl will challenge them to a duel, afterwhich he will turn hostile.