Do you know any mods in which I can kill delphine and fail the Paarthurnax quest?
10- cicero. This court jester lookalike fills an important role within the Dark Brotherhood as the keeper of the Night Mother's coffin. The Night Mother being the bride of Sithis, a being of ultimate power of the focus of the Dark Brotherhood's worship. Cicero is immediately annoying, someone whose existence you'll likely want to snuff out the moment you see him. You'll spend the most time with him during the Dark Brotherhood questline, and you'll hate every moment that you have to listen to his screeching voice. You won't forget him, though.
Serena isn’t forgettable a daughter of lord harkon her ending depends on ur decision in the game she is one of the most intriguing characters she is loved by many of the skyrim community she has a character that separates her from anyone from skyrim She is useful
Isn’t annoying relatable she throws some good jokes a lil bit
: "This guy starts an innocent drinking contest that turns into a Norwegian fantasy version of The Hangover." That pretty well sums up your encounter with Sam, who serves to kick off a quest for the Daedric lord, Sanguine (say Sam Guevenne fast-- oh yeah, you get it now). You might recall Sanguine's Oblivion quest leaving your character stark naked and on the run from the local constabulary. Bear that in mind before you accept Sam's drinking contest.
7-M'AIQ THE LIAR
M'Aiq is back! You might remember him from Oblivion, or Morrowind before it. The lying scoundrel of a Khajiit wanderer can be found strolling along the main roads between Skyrim's major cities. Stop for a chat and he'll fill your ears with information. Take care, though; nothing he says is true. Our favorite M'aiq utterance? "Dragons were never gone. They were just invisible and very, very quiet
Like Esbern, General Tullius is one of the more important figures in the land of Skyrim. He serves as Imperial commander and military governor for the Emperor's forces in northern Tamriel. He's a key player in the game's Civil War faction quests as one of the principal sources of opposition to Ulfric Stormcloak's rebellious allies. Tullius is similar to Esbern in another way, as well; his voice is immediately recognizable. That's because it belongs to none other than Michael Hogan, who most memorably played Colonel Saul Tigh in Ron Moore and David Eick's Battlestar Galactica series for Syfy.
5- Balgruuf The Greater
Balgruuf is the Jarl of Whiterun, and players will encounter him multiple times during their Journey regardless of whether they complete the main quest line or side content.
This Jarl is a great man, and he seems to have many moral reservations about different topics such as the civil war of Skyrim. Balgruuf will task the player with destroying the first Dragon that the Dragonborn needs to fight within the game, and he is relevant to many different side quests for players to complete, including "The Whispering Door."
Arngeir is the only human Greybeard that is willing to speak physically with the player, as such fans will find that this he is one of the only characters from the Greybeard order that is interesting in any way because he will actually have conversations with the player and train them through using the Thuum.
Arngeir will also give the player quests to find Word Walls after completing the main questline, and he will refuse to speak with the Dragonborn if they kill his leader Paarthurnax. Arngeir is a fascinating character all around, and players get to have many different interactions with him throughout the main questline and beyond.
Delphine is the current master of the blades, and when players first encounter her, she will have tricked them by stealing the Horn of Jurgen Windcaller. Delphine is a crafty character, and her personality is sometimes stubborn; however, she is willing to admit when she is wrong.Delphine is one of, if not the main character, that is not the player during the main quest line because she has so much relevance and is involved with so many different quests. Fans will come to hate and love Delphine, even if she is rude to the Greybeards and has her own reservations about different things.
Odahviing is the first Dragon to comply, not including Paarthurnax, with the Dragonborn, and it will even fly the player to their final quest destination in Skyrim. This character is the first Dragon to seem to have any sort of personality outside of wanting to destroy the world, again not including Paarthurnax.Odahviing will converse with both the player and their associates within Dragonsreach once being captured and reveal different things that the player may not have already known about the dragons and their way of living. The coolest thing about Odahviing is the fact that players get to ride this Dragon and outside of the Dragonborn expansion pack; it is the only Dragon that players will ever get the chance to ride.
Paarthurnax is another dragon that will speak with the player and teach them shouts that will be indispensable when dealing with all the evil dragons throughout the land of Skyrim. Fans will come to love Paarthurnax because he is such a wise dragon, and it almost seems as if he is a person.Unfortunately, Paarthurnax is actually relevant to a quest for the Blades that requires the player to kill him, and many players chose to do just that. There are also many players, however, that we're not willing to kill this wise old master because he was kind to them upon their first meeting.
Is it me, or does the game kind of strongly suggest that you shouldn’t join the Blades?
I feel like after you find Sky Haven Temple, Delphine and Esbern just do a dramatic 180 and honestly become a little booty-tickled.
Like they tell you you HAVE to kill Party Snacks or else they won’t help you at all. And while yes, Parthunaax was Alduin’s general during The Dragon War, so was just about every other dragon.
Hell, immediately after telling you to kill Parthunaax, Esbern gives you Odavhiing’s name, who also served Alduin! So they tell you you have to kill Parthunaax but then say “Btdubs, here is the name of another of dragon that served Alduin. But don’t kill him, he’s fine!”
It just makes no sense to me. And if it wasn’t for Parthunaax, the humans might not have revolted against the dragons; Alduin and even Delphine say that Parthunaax turned on Alduin and then taught the Way of the Voice and how to shout. And Parthunaax knows he can’t be forgiven, which is part of the reason he exiled himself to Throat of the World. Mostly to watch over the Time-Wound but also to reflect on his actions in the past.
Its like that old saying. “Which is worse? To die or live with what you’ve done?”
I just feel like Delphine is so big-headed in this notion that all dragons must die, and her DEMANDING that the Dragonborn, who FREAKIN SERVE THE DRAGONBORN!, is utter bullshit. Obviously the Dragonborn wouldn’t shout her to pieces, though I wouldn’t blame him/her.
And if you do kill Parthunaax, you miss out on a lot of crucial information after slaying Alduin, such as why you didn’t absorb his soul.
It just really seems like after finding Sky Haven Temple, the game starts enforcing that the Blades, or at least Delphine, are not as whole-hearted as we are led to believe. I personally don’t join The Blades in most of my Skyrim playthroughs because of this.
And there isn’t necessarily a whole lot of benefits to them. Sure, 3 followers can join, making it easier to find some, and they’ll all hunt dragons with you if Esbern sends you.
But other than that, not a whole lot changes outside of that. The Greybeards at least send me to find new words of power. And she says that all The Greybeards want is for us to sit on their mountain praying.
Well all she wants is for you to kill every dragon out there when she herself don’t life a sword to kill any, save for the ONE you two fight together. So who is manipulating who here, Delphine? If anything, I should be telling YOU to go kill a dragon; not the other way around.
What do you think? Do you agree with Delphine? Or do you think that she is wrong to demand THE DRAGONBORN to kill Parthunaax?
No answer is wrong. 🤗🤗🤗
We all know Delphine—the middle aged former Blade that you meet after she nicks the horn of Jurgen Windcaller from Ustengrav and teams up with you to fight the dragons. She’s pretty ok at first, but the more you play, especially after playing it through multiple times, we begin to notice another side to her.
For example—after fighting Salohkanir at Kynesgrove, she sends you to infiltrate the Thalmor embassy in Solitude, after coming to believe that they have something to do with the return of the Dovah.
Now let’s just break that down a moment—Remember that Delphine was a Blade, an order of Dragonslayers that became the Emperor’s protectors. After the signing of the White-Gold Concordat ended the Great War between the High Elven Aldmeri Dominion and the Empire, The Empire outlawed the worship of Talos and sent the Blades into hiding, while the Dominion sent the Thalmor to hunt down and kill them.
Years later, Delphine—a Blade—sends the Dovahkiin to the Thalmor embassy, where we wind up tearing the whole place apart and learn that the Thalmor know absolutely nothing about the Dovahs’ return. I don’t know how most people view it, but the way I see it, Delphine had no reason whatsoever for thinking that the Thalmor had anything to do with the Dovah. She sent the Dovahkiin in as a weapon—and allowed him to risk his life—all in some petty revenge scheme against a bunch of pointy-eared Democrats with magic. While her motives are all arguably understandable, we get lucky to be on the right track when we find out about Esbern. If that book hadn’t been lying out in the open, the whole thing would’ve been a waste of time—for everyone but Delphine of course.
Later in the game, after the very unstable peace council between Viking Donald Trump and Great Value Julius Ceaser, Delphine pulls the Dovahkiin aside and tells us to kill Paarthurnax, the Dovah master of the Greybeards, because he once worked for Alduin and fears he may do the same again. Furthermore, she refuses to help us in anyway with anything unless we do so.
Remember that before the Blades were the Discount Secret Service, they were renowned dragonslayers. At many points in the game, Delphine tries to get the Dovahkiin to join the blades as one of those renowned dragonslayers.
Let’s discuss Paarthurnax for a minute—centuries ago, he was on Alduin’s side, before turning against him and teaching Dragonrend to the original three Voices, so that they could use the Elder Scroll to banish Alduin to the future. Centuries later, Alduin has returned, and Paarthurnax sends the Dovahkiin to find the Elder Scroll used to banish Alduin so we can learn Dragonrend, which we accomplish.
Delphine on the other hand, sent us IN THE COMPLETE OPPOSITE DI-FUCKIN’-RECTION so she could get her kicks in against Nazi Rivendell. Remember, that we got frickin’ lucky by finding that book about Esbern. And then, Delphine has the balls to ask us to kill Paarthurnax, who, unlike her and her friggin’ ninja sword, actually helped us get closer to killing Alduin. Not to mention that he actually helps us FIGHT Alduin at the Throat of the World. If the Blades were such great dragonslayers where the fuck was she? And again, she asks us this because the fears he will divert back to Alduin’s side. Note that she asks this AFTER HE HELPS US WHUP ALDUIN’S SCALY ASS.
When you consider all of these facts, Delphine becomes worse than Nazeem in some cases. She uses us to get revenge, and then wants us to kill the people that actually help us. Why can’t she be more like Isran, who was willing to accept a vampire (Serana) among vampire hunters, and accept a few good dragons in the world? If all the blades are like this, maybe ther’s a good reason why they were dissolved...?
Delphine says that "if the greybeards had their way, the dragonborn would sit on a mountain talking to the sky", do you believe that?
You know how Delphne gives you the quest "Parthurnaax" ,that tasks you with killing Parthurnaax? Did she just forget about Ohdaviing, the dragn who had to be FORCED to help the Dovahkiin? Parthurnaax had no problem with helping us. What was she thinking? Its not like she doesn't know about Ohdaviing, the guards mention what you did so its not exactly a secret...
So after I talked to Delphine and Esbern in Riverwood I decided to split up and after arriving at that place, they weren't there so I cleared out all the Forsworths (may be spelt incorrectly) and went into the cave where the first puzzel is, neither Delphine or Esbern was there so I rested for 6 hours and finally they showed up. Unfortunately, I have the Miraak Dragonborn Follower modified mod and Hermaeous Mora sent his minion to finish off me and Miraak. After the fight Delphine disappeard but I continued up to the bit where we see the stone tablets about Alduin. I then spawned multiple Delphines accidently and then teleported to the real one... Which was stuck inside of a mountain near the temple.
Now I can't progress the storyline and my last save was 4 hours ago so I am not just going to quickload, please help
On our way to Kynesgrove, there were a bunch of goats in the middle of the road. For someone in such a hurry, Delphine patiently waited for them to cross, then sprinted on.
We kept bumping into goats. We got to 30 by the time we hit Mixwater Mill. Then, as Delphine ran, 5 more started following her for a bit.
Does she have a friendship with goats in anyone else's playthrough?
I'm playing the Xbox 1 version of Skyrim special edition. Every time I try to talk to Delphine to progress the mission and wear nothing but the party clothes she gives me, she keeps saying "You can't go to the party dressed like that". I know her page mentions this bug, but how do I fix this?
We were headed to Kynsgrove when she just attacked me, i can’t finish the quest if she keeps attacking me, i use the calm spell it work for awhile but once i wore off, she attacked me again. I need help FAST!
So I went to get the horn, and when I got the note Delphine was stuck in Dragonsreach. So I just made a new character and I'm stuck on the same problem. Has anyone else have this bug? I don't know if it's my mods that are the problem, help?
Okay so i got to the point where i have to choose to kill paarathunx or however you spell it, but i decide not to kill since he helped me battle Aludin and gave me fire breath, now Delphine is being mean, and getting on my nerves, what happens if i use a shout on her?
I'm playing on XBox and am currently on the Alduin's Wall quest. Esbern has been missing for several in game days. I've tried everything other people have said- fast-travelling, going back to Riverwood, to the Ratway, waiting for 48 hours; I've even retraced my steps from the stables in Solitude to Kilkreath, which is the path we took. I don't want to reload to a previous save because I've completed so much in the meantime. Finally, Delphine prompted the blood-letting thing that Esbern was supposed to, so I'm in the temple, the problem is now he's not there to say what the wall means. Please help!
Hello Guys :)
i have problem with quest - recruit 30 blades for delfine (blades)
i recruit all 30/30 but quest isnt complete, i try reload saves and nothing changes :(
i play skyrim legendary edition version 1.9
Thanks for help :) can i use some console ID?