|House||The Drunken Huntsman|
|Gold||50 (+1000 Master Trader) (see bugs)|
|Sells||1 Salt Pile, 10 random Raw Meat|
|Buys||Innkeeper (Food, Raw Food)|
|Primary Skills||Archery, Sneak|
|Faction(s)||CrimeFactionWhiterun; FavorExcludedFaction; JobMerchantFaction; JobMiscFaction; TownWhiterunFaction; Whiterun Services Faction - Anoriath; WhiterunDrunkenHuntsmanFaction|
Anoriath, a Bosmer scout, owns a vendor stall and is the part-owner of the Drunken Huntsman with Elrindir. He played a part in the amusing tale of how the shop got its name, although only his brother is willing to tell the tale.
During business hours, Anoriath operates a butcher's stall in Whiterun's market area, selling many types of meat. At night, he sleeps in the Drunken Huntsman.
Anoriath wears a set of farm clothes with a pair of hide bracers and a pair of hide boots. He is equipped with an iron dagger and a hunting bow supplemented with 20 iron arrows. He carries a selection of common loot and gold.
 Related Quests
Anoriath can be seen having random conversations with his brother Elrindir, as outlined below:
Anoriath: "I've been thinking of hunting out beyond the boundaries of Whiterun hold."
Elrindir: "Again? You just had an "extended hunt" last month. To the Pine Forest, wasn't it."
Anoriath: "That was three days. I'm thinking more like three weeks."
Elrindir: "Three weeks? You're mad! You can't keep the stand closed for that long!"
Anoriath: "Why not? Business has been terrible. Most folk would rather hunt their own meat than buy ours."
Elrindir: "Nonsense. That's just an excuse for you to avoid working, and "commune with the greenwood like our fathers of old" and blah blah."
Anoriath: "Congratulations, brother. You've been living in Skyrim so long, you've become a Nord."
Elrindir: "At least the Nords don't shirk their responsibilities."
Elrindir: "Our stock of arrows is running a bit low."
Anoriath: "All right. I'll fletch some more when I get the time."
Elrindir: "Good. I'll do the same. We've still got plenty of shafts from that Riverwood shipment."
Anoriath: "It's been two months, and no word from father."
Elrindir: "Don't worry, brother. I'm sure he's fine. We've waited longer before receiving a letter."
Anoriath: "Might be worth riding out to Solitude, see if a messenger ship's come in."
Elrindir: "If it'll put your mind at ease, then I agree. But not now, all right? We need the business from the stand."
He may also talk with Nazeem about his goods at the market:
Nazeem: "Do you have anything even remotely fresh?"
Anoriath: "I can assure you, it's all fresh. I hunt the game myself, every day."
Nazeem: "Hmm. As you say."
Anoriath: "Maybe you'd like to try the horker? Or some beef?"
Nazeem: "You don't prepare the meat with any of those strange Elven spices, do you?"
Anoriath: "Ahhhh... No, no Elven spices. Just some salt, to preserve it. You're not afraid of salt, are you?"
Nazeem: "I'm not "afraid" of anything. I simply prefer quality merchandise. No, no this meat won't do at all. Too much fat, and it all smells... wrong."
Anoriath: "Suit yourself, then. The woods are that way. Outside the walls, walk straight ahead. Can't miss them. Good luck on your hunt."
Nazeem: "Good day."
- Anoriath has the investment dialogue, allowing you to pay him 500 gold to invest in his store. However, investing in him has no actual effect—his gold is not permanently increased because his merchant chest does not contain the