Inglor believed that Nalaskur Thaelond was lining his pockets at the expense of the Zhentarim. He also suspected that Chalaska Muruin was turning a blind eye to Nalaskur's skimming, but he feared Chalaska.
In 1491 DR, Inglor decided that both Chalaska and Nalaskur needed framing and replacing. Taking advantage of the absence of Nalaskur, he devised a complex plot to frame Chalaska as a thief at the expense of the Zhentarim. However, some adventurers who happened to be at the inn uncovered and defeated him.