"I have heard them called that. We do not know what they really are. Perhaps an evil spirit, perhaps a great beast. Whatever they are, they are dangerous. Their claws and tusks rend armor and tear flesh. They will attack alone or in packs. Take care when they are near."
―Inhabitant of Solstheim[src]

A Grahl is a type of Ice-Troll in The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon.

Description[edit | edit source]

Very little is known about these creatures, some people think they are just a myth.[1] They have an unusual appearance, with tusks protruding from the side of their head, long limbs ending in large clawed paws, spikes covering their back, large glowing red eyes and covered in fur. They can restore their health in combat, and move very slowly.

Abilities[edit | edit source]

All Grahls have the following ability:

Variants[edit | edit source]

Deadly Grahl[edit | edit source]

There are eight Deadly Grahl are present in the Caverns of Karstaag, during the quest "The Castle Karstaag." They deal 20 to 50 points in melee damage, have a grand soul (300) and the following abilities:

Lightkeeper Grahl[edit | edit source]

Lightkeeper Grahl is a unique Grahl that can be found in the Halls of Penumbra during the quest "The Skaal Test of Loyalty." It deals 40 to 95 points in melee damage and have a Common soul (100).

Fearsome Grahl[edit | edit source]

There are seven Fearsome Grahl in the cavern of Fjell. They deal 15 to 30 points in melee damage and have a lesser soul (50).

Locations[edit | edit source]

Items[edit | edit source]

The following items may be found as loot on a Grahl's body:

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