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Not to be confused with Feran Relenim or Feranos Hlando.
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"You'd be surprised what people leave behind when you burn their village to the ground."
―Feran Sadri[src]

Feran Sadri is a Dunmer vampire residing in Castle Volkihar. His wide upturned nose is distinctly bat-like. He serves as the castle alchemist and is willing to trade with the Dragonborn if the Volkihar clan is joined. However, if the Dragonborn joins the clan and is cured of vampirism afterwards, it will no longer be possible to trade with Feran or receive his quests unless the Dragonborn becomes a vampire again.

BackgroundEdit

Feran is a strong proponent of magic and appreciates the fact that living in the castle gives him access to magic he had no idea existed before. Like many others within the castle, the politics of the court bore him. He is a harsh mentor to lower members of the court and can often be heard berating his assistant Ronthil.

InteractionsEdit

Amulets of Night PowerEdit

The Dragonborn is sent to recover two ancient and powerful amulets from a radiant location.

Ancient PowerEdit

Feran sends the Dragonborn to retrieve the body parts of an ancient vampire in order to increase the power of the Bloodstone Chalice.

Culling the BeastEdit

Feran Sadri asks that a boss level Vampire be killed at a radiant location.

Deceiving the HerdEdit

Feran Sadri will ask the Dragonborn to frame the Dawnguard for murder by killing a citizen in public while wearing Dawnguard Armor.

Rings of Blood MagicEdit

Two ancient and powerful rings must be recovered from a radiant location.

DialogueEdit

Show: Rings of Blood Magic
Inside Castle Volkihar:

"Do you need something?"

What can I do to help? "I've discovered the whereabouts of a set of ancient Rings of Blood Magic. They belong among our kind, not gathering mold in some vagabond's treasure pile."
What do these rings do? "They increase the abilities of your vampiric powers."
Where did these rings come from? "Depends on who you ask. Some say Molag-Bal himself gave these rings to ancient powerful vampire lords. Some say that is just a myth. Harkon himself disbelieved in their existence, though perhaps he felt slighted they were not already in his possession and only feigns indifference."
Will I be able to keep these rings? "Of course, I wouldn't be telling you where to find them if I desired them for myself."
Understood. "Best of luck to you."

After finding the rings:

"Hello there."

I've collected all the Rings of Blood Magic. "Well done! I trust you'll put those to good use then."
Show: Ancient Power
Inside Castle Volkihar:

"Do you need something?"

What can I do to help? "I've been performing a little research on the Blood Chalice. I believe we can prolong its salutary effects if we infuse it with potent vampiric blood. I've located the petrified remains of an elder vampire. Bring them to me, and I should be able to extend the effects granted by the Blood Chalice."

After retrieving the remains:

I have returned from Southfringe Sanctum (Or another location) with the Ancient Vampire Leg (Or "Hands", "Ribcage", "Head", "Arm"). "Wonderful. I'll make the necessary preparations for infusion into the Chalice presently."

When tasked with finding more remains:

What can I do to help? "I've located additional petrified remains of an elder vampire. Bring them to me, and I'll extend the effects granted by the Blood Chalice."

Show: Amulets of Night Power
Inside Castle Volkihar:

"Do you need something?"

Is there anything I can do to help? "I've located the last known resting place of a set of ancient Amulets of Night Power. They should be among our kind, not laying about unguarded for mortals to find.
What do these amulets do? "The amulets increase the abilities of your vampiric powers."
Where did these amulets come from? "Depends on who you ask. Some say Molag-Bal himself gave these amulets to ancient powerful vampire lords. Some say this is just a myth. Harkon himself disbelieved in their existence, though perhaps he felt slighted they were not already in his possession and only feigns indifference."
Will I be able to keep these amulets? "Of course, I wouldn't be telling you where to find them if I desired them for myself."
Understood. "Good luck."

"Follow your instincts."

After finding the amulets:

I've collected all the Amulets of Night Power. "Excellent! I'm sure you'll put those to good use."

Show: Deceiving the Herd
Inside Castle Volkihar:

I heard you might need help. "The Dawnguard have increased their operations and have been aggressively recruiting. We need to put a damper on their efforts and give those trouble makers something to worry about other than harassing our interests. You are to make a public show of murdering someone. Do it in the streets for all to see. The higher the profile, the better. Make it seem you are a member of the Dawnguard, thus sowing confusion among the herd. Wear this armor and plant this note on the victim."

What do you mean by a "high profile" target? "You know, an important member of society. Someone attached to the Jarl's court, a merchant, a bard, a priest, someone with stature. That will make them all the more upset to have one of their citizens slain, and under such flimsy pretense."
So we're pinning the murder on the Dawnguard? "Precisely! The people will put pressure on the Dawnguard who are apparently murdering their fellows without provocation. Their focus will be shifted from us, giving us one less nuisance to deal with."
Understood. "Good. I knew I was sending the right man for the job."

If a low-profile target is killed while not wearing Dawnguard armor:

It is done. I've slain someone on the streets of Windhelm (Or another location). "Very good. That should, for a time, direct the people's anger towards the Dawnguard and away from us. I had hoped you would have chosen a higher profile target. But the deed is done, and it's effect secured. But you did not follow instructions to kill the victim in view of others while wearing the Dawnguard uniform. The letter left on the corpse shall have to suffice. It will no doubt be found."

If a low-profile target is killed while wearing Dawnguard armor:

It is done. I've slain someone on the streets of Windhelm (Or another location). "Very good. That should, for a time, direct the people's anger towards the Dawnguard and away from us. I had hoped you would have chosen a higher profile target. But the deed is done, and it's effect secured. And you carried out my instructions to kill the victim in view of others and while wearing the Dawnguard uniform. Very good."

If a high-profile target is killed while not wearing Dawnguard armor:

It is done. I've slain someone on the streets of Windhelm (Or another location). "Very good. That should, for a time, direct the people's anger towards the Dawnguard and away from us. I see you chose a suitably high profile target. Well done. But you did not follow instructions to kill the victim in view of others while wearing the Dawnguard uniform. The letter left on the corpse shall have to suffice. It will no doubt be found."

If a high-profile target is killed while wearing Dawnguard armor:

It is done. I've slain someone on the streets of Windhelm (Or another location). "Very good. That should, for a time, direct the people's anger towards the Dawnguard and away from us. I see you chose a suitably high profile target. Well done. And you carried out my instructions to kill the victim in view of others and while wearing the Dawnguard uniform. Very good."

ConversationsEdit

Feran's apprenticeEdit

Feran: "Ronthil, where is the last batch of alchemy ingredients I asked you for?"
Ronthil: "Ah yes. That. There were... well, complications."
Feran: "I don't want to hear about it. I want what I asked for."
Ronthil: "Yes, Feran. Of course. I'll see to it."

AssistanceEdit

Ronthil: "Do you... do you need anything, Feran?"
Feran: "What?"
Ronthil: "Can I assist you? You know I live to serve."
Feran: "No, I don't need anything right now. Please stop asking."
Ronthil: "Yes, of course."

QuotesEdit

  • "Life here has many advantages, don't you agree?"
  • "Politics bore me terribly, but they're a fact of life here."
  • "Living here, I have access to magic I couldn't possibly imagine before."
  • "Quite bold, to return here as a mortal. Some will take offence. You really ought to become one of us again. Bad for your health, otherwise." - If cured of Vampirism.
  • "I'm sure your reward will be great for ensuring our Lord's success" - During Kindred Judgment, if the vampires are joined.
  • "I find it tiring to converse with someone in that form. Too much effort." – While in Vampire Lord form.
  • "You'd be surprised what people leave behind when you burn their village to the ground." --- When asked what he has for sale.
  • "I may not have potions to block the sun, but I do have nearly everything else." --- When asked what he has for sale.
  • "Always a pleasure to spend time with a fellow alchemist." --- When asked what he has for sale.
  • "Many in the court don't bother with potions, but I keep things stocked just in case." ---When asked what he has for sale.

TriviaEdit

  • Despite their sharing of surnames, it is unknown whether or not he is actually related to GeldisRevyn, or Idesa Sadri.

AppearancesEdit

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