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And to think that my first hint of what happened was simply finding a dead horse outside....
 
And to think that my first hint of what happened was simply finding a dead horse outside....
   
Narfi is also a sad one, of course.  I'm not in the Dark Brotherhood (though I do have my invitation), and I chose to tell him that his sister was dead.  Felt really guilty about that, but I thought it was better than lying to him.  And, luckily for me, a certain [[A Night to Remember|Sam]] was staying in Ivarstead, which gave me something to take my mind off poor Narfi with.
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Narfi is also a sad one, of course.  I'm not in the Dark Brotherhood (though I do have my invitation), and I chose to tell him that his sister was dead.  Felt really guilty about that, but I thought it was better than lying to him.  And, luckily for me, a certain [[A Night to Remember (Skyrim)|Sam]] was staying in Ivarstead, which gave me something to take my mind off poor Narfi with.
   
 
Another emotional moment for me was when exploring Hjerim during Blood On The Ice.  You know that one bed upstairs with the chairs stacked rather "oddly" on it?  Two chairs would be high enough to reach the ceiling beam directly above the bed -- somebody hanged themself there, I just know it....
 
Another emotional moment for me was when exploring Hjerim during Blood On The Ice.  You know that one bed upstairs with the chairs stacked rather "oddly" on it?  Two chairs would be high enough to reach the ceiling beam directly above the bed -- somebody hanged themself there, I just know it....

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Definitely one of the sadder quests.  My Lv.60 Khajiit just cleared the place out with little trouble, largely sniping everything from afar with glass bow+arrows (plus, Throw Voice and Aura Whisper proved themselves invaluable once again) before they could see me coming.  I apparently didn't find Mani or Sudi's journals on the matter, and I picked the cellar lock (my Lockpicking recently went legendary, so I need the training) before finding the key for it.  And that cave ... not that many Falmer, really, but Chaurus and Chaurus and more Chaurus as far as the Night Eye can see....

And to think that my first hint of what happened was simply finding a dead horse outside....

Narfi is also a sad one, of course.  I'm not in the Dark Brotherhood (though I do have my invitation), and I chose to tell him that his sister was dead.  Felt really guilty about that, but I thought it was better than lying to him.  And, luckily for me, a certain Sam was staying in Ivarstead, which gave me something to take my mind off poor Narfi with.

Another emotional moment for me was when exploring Hjerim during Blood On The Ice.  You know that one bed upstairs with the chairs stacked rather "oddly" on it?  Two chairs would be high enough to reach the ceiling beam directly above the bed -- somebody hanged themself there, I just know it....

As for the Frostflow family, well, they're avenged, I honored Habd's final request, and made a manual save outside overlooking the ocean (and island barrow) to the north.  It is a very somber morning in Skyrim right now ... I haven't had that many emotional moments in this game but this miscellaneous quest is definitely one of them.

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