Kharjo was hired by the merchants Ahkati and Zaynabi to protect their caravan in case of the potential attack from bandits. This is obvious due to the fact he is wearing heavy steel-plated armor, so that he can prove durable warrior in the event of these incidents. Unlike most individuals, Khajiit caravans such as that of Kharjo's are nomadic, and thus will be found traveling nonstop at any given time, only stopping for the opening of the caravan's trading post for a short time. Because of this, Kharjo can be a difficult individual to recruit as a follower. Once the amulet is returned, Kharjo will thank the Dragonborn with a small amount of gold and the availability of recruiting him as a follower. It should be noted that as a follower he is quite adaptive to the environment, but will refuse to enter cities, as it goes against his beliefs. He can not become a potential candidate for marriage, nor can he become a steward to the Dragonborn; however he can be inducted into the Blades, making him easier to find as a follower than beforehand. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.
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Kharjo is a Khajiit warrior found traveling alongside Ahkari. He, along with Dro'marash , works as a guard protecting Ahkari and Zaynabi. As a member of the Khajiit Caravans , Kharjo travels the many trade routes of Skyrim. When dismissed from being a follower by the Dragonborn , he returns to the caravans. Waiting outside the gates of a city prompts them to appear at least once a week. Speaking with him will reveal that his Moon Amulet was stolen during a bandit raid on the caravan, and that he wishes to have it returned, since he says it is special, for he received it from his mother when he was just a cub.
Kharjo is a Khajiit warrior who guards and travels with the rest of the trade caravan led by Ahkari. He can be found outside either Dawnstar or Riften , and walks the route in between. Upon meeting him, he will say, " Bandits harass the caravans at every step, but Khajiit usually scare them off. A nuisance, really, but many of the marauders had quick fingers. One of them stole my Moon Amulet , given to me by my mother when I was just a cub. It is my only memory of home in this cold land.
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