FANDOM


(Added Bug Template)
m (The Heart Of Dibella: Link fix)
 
(22 intermediate revisions by 17 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
{{Tone}}
+
[[File:Fjotra.png|thumb|200px|Fjotra, the Sybil of Dibella as of [[4E 201]].]]
[[File:Fjotra.png|thumb|200px|Fjotra, the new Sybil of Dibella]]
+
The '''Sybil of Dibella''' is a prophetess or leader of the [[Temple of Dibella|Cult of Dibella]]. She is in constant direct contact with their Goddess [[Dibella]] and through her the cult knows the mind/will of their god. If the Sybil dies, a new Sybil of Dibella is revealed through a ritual, called the "Exhalted Protocol of Dibellan Sybil."
The '''Sybil of Dibella''' is a prophetess or leader of the [[Temple of Dibella|Cult of Dibella]]. She is in constant direct contact with their Goddess [[Dibella]] and through her the cult knows the mind/will of their god. The old Sybil has died and the new Sybil of Dibella has been seen in a vision and is a girl named [[Fjotra]], from the mining town of [[Karthwasten]] in [[The Reach]].
 
   
==Quest==
+
==Interactions==
*[[The Heart of Dibella|The Heart Of Dibella]] (for more details see the page)
+
===[[The Heart of Dibella|The Heart Of Dibella]]===
**For being caught trespassing within The [[Temple of Dibella]] in [[Markarth]] by [[Hamal]] you are punished with retrieving the new Sybil from [[Karthwasten]]. Once arrived asking around directs you to [[Enmon]] the girl's father. He tells you that the Sybil has been kidnapped by [[Forsworn]] From [[Broken Tower Redoubt]]. Once there you will have to kill a few [[Forsworn]] to get to a small tower within which houses a [[Forsworn Briarheart]]. Kill him and loot the key to the cell that [[Fjotra]] is in. Take her back to the [[Temple of Dibella]] in [[Markarth]] and you will receive the [[Agent of Dibella]] active effect by praying at an altar. This increases combat damage to the opposite sex. Also, after finishing the quest, [[Hamal]] will train the player in enchanting. She is a master enchanter.
+
For being caught trespassing within the [[Temple of Dibella]] in [[Markarth (Skyrim)|Markarth]] by [[Hamal]], the [[Last Dragonborn|Dragonborn]] is punished with retrieving the new Sybil from [[Karthwasten (Skyrim)|Karthwasten]].
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*It is possible to gain access to the highest level of the Broken Tower Redoubt without going though all the levels by climbing down the mountain behind the castle
+
*The title bears resemblance to one held by several ancient Greek prophetesses, although with a different spelling: [[:wikipedia:Sibyl|Sibyl]].
*The "[[Altar of Dibella]]" is the large pool in the center of the initial temple area, rather than one of the many, many other things around the temple and inner sanctum that look like altars.
+
*The Sybils of Dibella are also reminiscent of the real life Nepali [[:wikipedia:Kumari (goddess)|Kumari]], young girls brought away from their families to live in a temple and serve as the vessel of a goddess.
*[[Enmon]] offers to accompany you on the rescue but can be turned down which has no effect on the game, and if he does accompany you and dies, that also has no effect on the game.
 
*This quest is linked in with a quest given by [[Degaine]] who is a [[begger|beggar]] in [[Markarth]] in which you have to steal a [[Dibella Statue (Skyrim)|Dibella Statue]] from the temple. If you have the Talk to Degaine task, but don't talk to him, and talk to Hamal in the temple to directly accept and finish the quest, you won't be able to finish the talk to Degaine quest (this is not a bug, the statue is removed from your inventory upon speaking to Hamal, and if you don't take the statue beforehand the monks will move into the room containing it, making it difficult to take).
 
*It is possible to find [[Logrolf the Willful]] while performing the quest [[The House of Horrors]] and [[Fjotra]] in the same pen if doing these quests simultaneously.
 
*It is possible to start this quest without having the Dibella Statue removed from your inventory or made inaccessible by using physics grab (Hold Activate button) to move the statue near the walls behind the area where the monks are originally communing.
 
*Sibyl is the title of several Roman prophetesses, and so it is possible that her name, although with an alternate spelling, is based off of the title.
 
   
==Bugs==
+
==Appearances==
{{Bugs}}
+
*{{Skyrim}}
*Some players have noticed a bug with Hamal. Hamal sometimes suffers from the "lightning fast dialogue", the same bug that has been noticed with Esbern, causing Hamal and the priestessess to attack the player. Found that if you get caught by Hamal then you can start the quest.
 
*If both [[The Heart of Dibella]] and [[The House of Horrors]] quests are activated, and if you go directly to the [[Broken Tower Redoubt]] without having talked to [[Enmon]], you could find [[Fjotra]] and [[Logrolf the Willful]] in the same cell. Once having opened the cell and talked to [[Fjotra]], she will follow you but the quest item ''find the new sybil of Dibella'' will stay unachieved, and you will no more be able to accomplish the main quest, even once [[Fjotra]] has been taken back to the [[Temple of Dibella]] in [[Markarth]] (but you will still receive the [[Agent of Dibella]] active effect).
 
[[Category:Titles]]
 
 
[[Category:Occupations]]
 
[[Category:Occupations]]
[[Category:Skyrim: Characters]]
+
[[Category:Lore: Titles]]
[[Category:Skyrim: Quests]]
 

Latest revision as of 00:35, June 19, 2018

Fjotra

Fjotra, the Sybil of Dibella as of 4E 201.

The Sybil of Dibella is a prophetess or leader of the Cult of Dibella. She is in constant direct contact with their Goddess Dibella and through her the cult knows the mind/will of their god. If the Sybil dies, a new Sybil of Dibella is revealed through a ritual, called the "Exhalted Protocol of Dibellan Sybil."

InteractionsEdit

The Heart Of DibellaEdit

For being caught trespassing within the Temple of Dibella in Markarth by Hamal, the Dragonborn is punished with retrieving the new Sybil from Karthwasten.

TriviaEdit

  • The title bears resemblance to one held by several ancient Greek prophetesses, although with a different spelling: Sibyl.
  • The Sybils of Dibella are also reminiscent of the real life Nepali Kumari, young girls brought away from their families to live in a temple and serve as the vessel of a goddess.

AppearancesEdit

*Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, Fandom will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.