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Actually, I've found that more talking and lots and lots of direct eye-contact is exactly what people want. They say no, but, like, their eyes, they say yes. To me, anyway. So when someone comes in and they say things like, 'Oh, go away!' what they really mean is, 'I'm hurting inside, and I just want someone to talk to.'
– 
Hoa[2]
[!h]

Hoa Sen (pronounced "hwah") is an altmer warden who serves as hostess at the Dreary Jug (later renamed Grelnok's Skull), which she owns collectively with Grelnok, Mallory, Slaughter, and Tavima. She is played by Michelle Nguyen Bradley in The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood miniseries.

Description[]

Appearance[]

Hoa

Fan art of Hoa, by Elaine Tipping.[art 2]

Hoa is an altmer with blonde hair and yellow eyes.

Personality[]

Hoa is talkative, exuberant, cheery, and clumsy. She frequently takes an optimistic view of things. Her eagerness to learn about people leads to her sometimes making people uncomfortable. She is fond of wild animals and has six pet birds.[3]

Biography[]

Hoa Sen

Official art of Hoa Sen, by @ambikyu.[art 3]

Background[]

"The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood - Part I: Death & Taxes" (Sx55)[]

Relationships[]

Character Information[]

Abilities[]

Hoa uses spells which are based on Elder Scrolls Online lore:

  • Fungal Growth: Healing circle restores up to 10 HP spreading across all allies.[4]
  • Swarm: summons a five-foot radius swarm of fetcher flies. On a failed con save, the target takes 4d6 damage.[5]
  • Barbed Trap: On failed save creature is grappled and takes damage until it breaks free.[6]
  • Frost Cloak: 10-foot sphere gives +1 to AC and resistance to cold damage. Every time you or your ally is hit within the radius, enemies take 3 points of cold damage.[7]

Notable Items[]

  • Ice Staff

Appearances and mentions[]

Quotations[]

  • "Actually, I've found that more talking and lots and lots of direct eye-contact is exactly what people want. They say no, but, like, their eyes, they say yes. To me, anyway. So when someone comes in and they say things like, 'Oh, go away!' what they really mean is, 'I'm hurting inside, and I just want someone to talk to.'"[8]
  • "I'm knocking over chairs as I run to the front door. Hello, hello, ah, yes, fellow Altmer. Thank you. Welcome to our fine establishment. Where are you coming from today? What's your name? What's your name over there? Wha—what have you had to eat today? Would you like to eat something different today? Wha—how tall are you exactly?"[9]

Trivia[]

References[]

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