|Location||Anvil Fighters Guild|
|Available||6am-12pm, 2pm-8pm every day|
|Training||Athletics, Basic (0, see Notes)|
|Faction(s)||Anvil Citizen; Fighters Guild (Apprentice Apprentice)|
Llensi Llaram is a Dunmer scout and a member of the Fighters Guild, who is currently residing in the Anvil chapter of the guild. She is also a basic trainer in Athletics, although due to a glitch you will never be able to receive training from her.
Llensi lives a rather laid-back life in the large Fighters Guild Hall, and obviously prefers to watch the others guild members train rather than improve her own combat skills. She sleeps on the ground floor of the Guild every day from 10pm to 6am, and spends the entire day roaming aimlessly around the entire building, switching between the ground floor or dining room. Between 8am and 10am she may decide to visit the company offices on the top floor. She only takes a brief break for two hours at 12pm and 8pm, when she sits down in the dining room and enjoys her breakfast and dinner in the company of her fellow Fighters Guild members. Like Azzan, she will not enter the upstairs offices until you have joined the guild.
During the day, Llensi wears a fur cuirass along with the matching boots and greaves, but once she goes to bed she changes into casual upper-class clothes. She is armed with an iron shortsword, and also carries an iron bow and a small amount of gold.
She really enjoys the Fighters Guild, as she will briefly express the first time you speak with her: "Llensi Llaram. Fighters Guild, through and through." If you ask her about the city of Anvil, she will reveal that she feels a little homesick: "I'm from Morrowind, north coast of Vvardenfell, near Khuul, so I like it here on the Gold Coast. Sometimes I miss home, but not too much." During private conversations between members, it becomes apparent that Llensi is a newcomer to the Guild: "Was Vigdis our most recent recruit? Or ? It's been so long, I forget."
- Similar to Trayvond the Redguard, Llensi offers basic training in Athletics to Fighters Guild members, but only up to skill level 0. In other words, you will be able to enter the training window but you will always be told that your skill is too high.
- This bug is fixed by the Unofficial Oblivion Patch.