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|House||City Watch Barracks|
|Health||45 + (6+2.2)x(PC+0), PC=4-24|
|Magicka||100 + 1.5x(PC+0) (max=250)|
|Faction(s)||Leyawiin Guard; Leyawiin Castle; Leyawiin; Shuravi and Caelia's|
Caelia Draconis is one of Perennia Draconis' daughters and is captain of the Leyawiin Guard. According to her mother, she "broke so many hearts when she was younger. But now that she is an officer in the Imperial Legion I'm afraid she's let herself go a bit. Not gotten fat! By Mephala, not that! But she's settled into a more... practical kind of look. Even a bit boyish, I guess you could say."
If you ask her about Leyawiin she will tell you "I came to Leyawiin after a tour in the Legions. Poor Mother. She hoped I'd choose the chapel or civil service, or perhaps even marry well."
She can be found in the Three Sisters' Inn everyday from 7am to 3pm, in a private room on the second floor. She sleeps from 3pm to 6pm at the Leyawiin watch barracks and then from 6pm to 7am she patrols Leyawiin, working the night shift.
She carries a leveled amount of gold, the Castle Leyawiin Key, the Castle Leyawiin Interior Key, the Leyawiin Secret Room Key, and a respawning bunch of grapes. Her uniform consists of steel boots, greaves, gauntlets and shield with a Leyawiin cuirass, and she wields a silver longsword.
After the kill, the Leyawiin townsfolk can be heard saying: "Oh, how horrible! You know Caelia Draconis? That nice Watch officer stationed at the castle? She's been murdered!"
- Next of Kin: Next to the Great Oak in Chorrol, your next assignment demands the lives of an entire bloodline.
- She is the only female NPC in the Guard class, and therefore is the only person to use the female recordings of the various guard dialogues such as the options if she arrests you for committing a crime.