Logrolf has desecrated a Shrine of Molag Bal by using it in Boethiah's name instead. The Daedric Prince of Domination and Enslavement would like nothing more than to have Logrolf kneel one final time at his shrine to enact sweet revenge.
However, Logrolf has gone missing and Molag Bal must call upon a worthy ally to rescue poor Logrolf, so as not to miss his chance.
This cannot be accomplished on the first try, and Logrolf will die. However, Molag Bal will resurrect Logrolf and he will submit on the second try. After this, Molag Bal will instruct the Dragonborn to kill him, and his orders must be carried out.
- Deepwood Redoubt
- Bruca's Leap Redoubt
- Broken Tower Redoubt
- Druadach Redoubt
- Sundered Towers
- Red Eagle Redoubt
- Logrolf cannot be raised by Dead Thrall.
- If you try to persuade him and fail, he will make a reference to the Yule Lads, the Icelandic equivalent of Santa Claus.
- Logrolf can be tremendously useful when trying to level your skills during the quest "The House of Horrors." Molag Bal will trap him in a cage as was done to the Dragonborn earlier and commands the Dragonborn to break his will. With magic to Heal Other, Logrolf can be continuously damaged with Destruction magic, attacked with normal or Conjuration weapons and healed (also leveling Restoration) while trapped in the cage with no consequences. This process can be assisted by modifying the game difficulty to temporarily decrease Logrolf's damage taken.
- Azzada Lylvieve mentions being rescued from the streets by a man named "Logrolf the Bent," but it is unknown if they are the same person. It is unlikely as Azzada says Logrolf the Bent was a retired warrior, not a priest of Boethiah or even a mage.
- If resurrected through the console after his death at the abandoned house, he will head to Weylin's room in the warrens and stay there.