He staffs the tasting counter at the front of the meadery, and gives glowing endorsements of the mead and Maven Black-Briar's business practices under penalty of dismissal (and possibly execution). After work, he returns to Haelga's Bunkhouse, where he eats and sleeps.
He may also send hired thugs after the Dragonborn if Indaryn is killed.
Ungrien: "I can't take it anymore, Tythis. Indaryn keeps pushing me around and I'm not even doing anything wrong."
Tythis: "Maybe its time to quit, then."
Ungrien: "And do what? Losing a job from the Black-Briar family would make me a made man! No one would ever take me on anywhere else."
Tythis: "Don't let it get you down. Indaryn will eventually tire of picking on you and move on to someone else."
Indaryn: "Ungrien! I just found another spoiled keg! What's the matter with you?"
Ungrien: "I... I'm sorry. I could have sworn I sealed it."
Indaryn: "Tell me something. Do you enjoy spending Lady Maven's gold for her? It certainly seems that way."
Indaryn: "This is the last warning. You do it again, and you'll be sleeping in Beggar's Row with the rest of the riff-raff!"
- "We serve only the best here... Black-Briar Mead. May I get one for you?"
- "Fired...sure...that's what I meant." - When told "There are worse things than being fired"
- "I'm the fourth person to work the tasting counter in the last year. The last three are at the bottom of Lake Honrich."
This section contains bugs related to Ungrien. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:
- Speech leveling glitch. The Dragonborn can repeatedly persuade Ungrien to tell the truth about Maven Black-Briar, and increase Speech. This works all the way up to 100. Persuasion is only possible if the Dragonborn's Speech is a minimum of 25. If this is not the case, the gold option can be used to raise it to 25, and then the gold can be pickpocketed back, although saving before attempting this is suggested. However, this exploit has been fixed as of version 1.9. Ungrien has a