Still working on the playlist. I came across one earwig recently that reminds me of Trygve, but only to the extent that is quite possibly the last song on the world that belongs on his soundtrack.
Trygve’s not the easiest person on Nirn to get along with. He’s introverted and aloof, and while he enjoys company, he doesn’t seek it out. He’s more likely to form close acquaintanceships than intimate friendships, usually over shared interests such as hunting, sparring, playing cards, and drinking mead. In general, Trygve respects people with a strong work ethnic who show dedication to their respective beliefs and cause, though he disdains any sort of blind loyalty, believing that no individual, ideology, or philosophy is above criticism.
Well-meaning boyfriends notwithstanding, the easiest way to become an enemy of Trygve’s is to pose any sort of threat to the Dragonborn.
To this point, Trygve doesn’t have any frienemies. I do think that, as Jarl Laila’s do-gooder Thane, he has a kind of tenuous community-oriented relationship with Brynjolf, which is sort of hinted at later. Under the right circumstances I think there is some potential for an amusing anti-buddy road trip story, but I’m not writing that.