Personality[edit | edit source]
Alfhild has a pacifistic nature. She dislikes war and thinks of it as pointless and stupid. She also has great concerns about her son because he gets beaten.
Background[edit | edit source]
Battle-Born[edit | edit source]
She is the daughter of Olfrid and Bergritte Battle-Born. Her brother is Jon Battle-Born of which she thinks highly. She is married to Idolaf Battle-Born, with whom he has a son, Lars Battle-Born. Alfhild's role in the family is to maintain the Battle-Born Farm.
Feud with Gray-Mane[edit | edit source]
Alfhild has little against the Gray-Mane clan and thinks of the feud as stupid and unnecessary.
Civil War[edit | edit source]
As with the feud between her family and the Gray-Mane clan she thinks the Civil War is pointless and credits her brother, Jon, for staying out of it.
Interactions[edit | edit source]
Hired Thugs[edit | edit source]
Gather Wheat[edit | edit source]
Alfhild will pay the Dragonborn for every piece of wheat they bring to her.
Hired Muscle[edit | edit source]
Farkas asks the Dragonborn to intimidate Alfhild by making her yield in a fist fight.
The Fishing Job[edit | edit source]
Quests[edit | edit source]
Conversations[edit | edit source]
Reading material[edit | edit source]
Alfhild: "So, what book should I read to you tonight?"
Bergritte: "How about The Lusty Argonian Maid?"
Bergritte: "You've got no sense of humor, you know that? Why don't you pick up where you left off with The Real Barenziah."
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- "This war's as stupid as our feud with Clan Gray-Mane."
- "My boy Lars has been getting beat senseless, and by a girl, no less!"
- "My brother Jon's got the right of it, join the Bards College and avoid this pointless war."
- "My brother Jon had the right of it - join the Bards College and avoid this pointless war. Too bad he died before he had the chance." ―If Jon is deceased.
- "It's back to work, then." ―Exit dialogue.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
This section contains bugs related to Alfhild Battle-Born. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:
- She may refer to Jon as being dead, even if he is not so.