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  • Most of the time I shout him off of the cloud district. XD

    I also just like to cast fury on him so he goes on a rampage when he is in the middle of shopping.

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    • He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

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    • i kill him with kindness. i am so godsdamn nice to him he dies the second i meet him. he has nice shoes.

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    • 71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

      This made me lol.

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    • 71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

      • Cough* Sociopath *Cough*
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    • The one time I've done it so far, I sat in a "hidden" area (which turned out to be not so hidden), cast a fury spell on him, and he attacked people, so I'm sure the guards put him down (since I wasn't hidden a guard saw me and I had to pay off my bounty, so I didn't get to see him die).

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    • 71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

      i think i could learn a thing or 2 from you

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    • Al Wolf2200 wrote:
      71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

      • Cough* Sociopath *Cough*

      Hey, In Skyrim, being a sociopath is socially acceptable... If you're the dragonborn

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    • As long as you Bribe the guards

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    • Especially in Riften, I love Riften, most corrupt city ever

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    • I killed him with Dawnbreaker (satisfying)

      Then turned him into a dead thrall (more satisfying)

      Then made him attack a Thalmor patrol (freaking awesome)!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • There is this awesome vid on Youtube by a channel called gamespot they use the exploding chickens mod in whiterun to truly send him to the cloud district you can actally see him in the video flying so high he would of been the first person to one of Nirn's moons

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    • I wait for him and Ahlam to get within close proximity to one another cast an invisibility spell after hoppping on a roof and cast fury on his wife. Domestic violence for the win y'all

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    • Trapped his soul, killed him, enchanted his clothes with his own soul, now I am walking around cloud district wearing "Nazeem's Clothes"

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    • It was Nazeem that made me goes to the Cloud District very often. I have no reason to kill him.

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    • I german suplexed him, took his nice everything :) then dragged his corpse to dragonsreach and threw him in the pool... I helped him fufill his wish to go to the cloud district

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    • I didn't kill him, I simply used Perfect Touch to rip his clothes off and ravage the area. He didn't argue.

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    • My Children, keep the ideas coming!!!

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    • I killed him as simplest as i could, i cast Fury on his wife then let her beat the crap out of him.But i suppose if you want him to have a meaningful death, you could cast fury on him, run outside of town, keep casting fury on him, run to one of the giant camps and watch him getting moon-launched to the REAL Cloud District.

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    • I tried anther way to kill him and this time I took all of his clothes, gave him a shiv, and then I cast fury on him then I just watched all the chaos. It was hilarious! XD

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    • What person, i see you watch Adventure Time as well.Nazeem getting mauled is always a magnificent sight.

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    • Its too bad that his body goes to the Hall of the Dead and doesn't stay lying in the gutters of Whiterun. And yes I do watch Adventure Time, it is one of my favourite shows.

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    • i cast frenezy on him and on the guy who didnt shup up about talos (forgot his name) wacth them figth until the guards kill both of then......both deads where with animation so it was pretty sweet......to birds with one stone

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    • 71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 


      THIS makes my day.

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    • I kill him,

      Turn him into a dead thrall,

      then make him attack a Thalmor patrol

      trust me on this, nothing is better than seeing two people you hate kill each other...

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    • That one was used already

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    • 79.246.254.168 wrote:
      Trapped his soul, killed him, enchanted his clothes with his own soul, now I am walking around cloud district wearing "Nazeem's Clothes"

      And thinking about it, you're sort of wearing Nazeem in a way.


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    • I accidentally killed him with a Fire Rune. No regrets here.

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    • It's also always fun when you go around killing everyone in Whiterun and making sure you pull a finishing move on him.

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    • Is there a way to guarantee a kill cam strike w/o mods?

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    • One word: Wabbajack.

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    • Oakaren was not under his own control when he Extrapated Nazeem during his first werewolf transformation.

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    • And without Wabbajack?

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    • White Magician wrote:
      And without Wabbajack?


      Then there's no point it killing him, is there?

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    • I like to watch my execution targets die a glitchy death. Such as an arrow killing them when it just barely grazes them.

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    • I used a kettle and pounded him in the head with the "phyisics damage" until he died straight in the town market outside the tavern. The guards seemed surprised that they found a body where one was not a second ago. Unfortunately they could not find the suspect that did this even though the bashing took sevral minutes and it was in the most crowded place in all of whiterun.

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    • generally when innocents die in vampire attacks i reload a save, when nazeem died in one i saved over my last save. then i dragged him to the skyforge and used him as fuel for the forging of a worthless iron dagger. I named it nazeem and keep it displayed in my home as a warning to all who would dare question the frequency of my visits to the cloud district.

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    • Tbh I once snuck for a brief second, power-attacked with a battleaxe, and killed him with 3 guards watching and 5 onlookers, and I apparently was still hidden enough to get away with it, even after standing up.

      Then another time in Dawnstar I killed a guard for his clothing.

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    • I killed him in an amazing way.

      I killed him.

      Then I used his body to power level conjuration.

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    • I let him live. Him questioning my Cloud District visits does not justify me killing him. Though I have a secret hope that a dragon will arrive and roast him alive. Or a vampire will deliver an ice spike to him, right in the neck...If that ever happens I will act like Cicero and do a little happy dance before loading to a previous save.

      I have imagined Durnehvir assaulting him with ice breath and Soul Cairn summons.

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    • I never kill him permanently. On purpose, anyways. I always load my last save if he dies, or I save before I murder him.

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    • Ever heard of the Dragon Combat Overhaul mod? It's pretty cool, but the reason I'm mentioning it is if you have Dragonborn, and have mastered the Bend Will shout and can command dragons and all that, blah blah blah- THE POINT IS; if you have a friendly dragon in the area, you have this power called airstrike. When you use it, the dragon will swoop down and grab your target and drop him from a cruising altitude of 10,000 feet, where you can safely use all of your portable electronic devices... Wait, that's not right... Anyway, if you've got PC, go download it off of the Nexus, make buddies with a dragon near Whiterun, and have him take Nazeem up to the clouds he seems to love talking about so much. 

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    • Sky Above,Voice Within wrote:
      What person, i see you watch Adventure Time as well.Nazeem getting mauled is always a magnificent sight.

      I'm sure almost everyone on this wiki watches Adventure Time. I watch it as well.

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    • I would hope so. It's good to see the show i like being watched in the other end of the planet.

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    • I don't really watch TV. Scratch that. I don't watch TV at all.

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    • Al Wolf2200 wrote:
      71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

      • Cough* Sociopath *Cough*

      Actually, sociopaths make the best homemade ways to kill. I'd honestly use every one in the book if I had a choice.

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    • Using a mod, Nazeem is my follower and ally. Me (A Dremora with a ridiculously long name), nameless Whiterun Guard, Heimskr and Nazeem battle our way through whatever faces us. I give Nazeem a Nordic Carved Mace and Iron Katana to dual wield, he wears Bosmer Leather Armour. Heimskr wears his Priest Robes and wields the Champion's Cudgel. Whiterun Guard uses Whiterun Guard shit.

      One adventure with the wierd group was us walking through Whiterun when all of a sudden we found Nazeem's twin also called Nazeem who was only wearing underwear. I ordered Nazeem to kill Nazeem, but Nazeem was invinsible and Nazeem couldn't damage Nazeem. Heimskr smashed his head in but still Nazeem absorbed all the damage. I as a result loaded back to before attacking Nazeem and ignored the fact that Nazeem has a nude twin called Nazeem. I actually had the option to make nude Nazeem a follower but I decided that one follower talking about his farm every 2 seconds is enough.

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    • If I had a mod like that and I had Hearthfire, I'd recruit the guards of whatever city I lived under.

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    • Chiaki Nanami wrote: I don't really watch TV. Scratch that. I don't watch TV at all.

      I wouldn't condemn you; TV is so full of crap i was beggining to think the toilet was in the wrong part of the house.

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    • Here is the mod for your own purposes:

      http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/15524/?

      It is a follower overhaul which also adds a spell which makes any NPC a follower (Must be able to activate NPC, I tried using it on a Giant and it didn't work. Sadly.)

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    • Kill him anyway you wish, then eat him using the Ring of Namira.  Very fresh.

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    • He's not refined enough for me to waste the Ring of Namira on. And I can't eat his heart as a werewolf, seeing as how he doesn't have one.

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    • UselessArgonianMage wrote:
      Here is the mod for your own purposes:

      http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/15524/?

      It is a follower overhaul which also adds a spell which makes any NPC a follower (Must be able to activate NPC, I tried using it on a Giant and it didn't work. Sadly.)

      Now if only my computer didn't lag to the point of "where the frick is everything" and my computer that COULD run skyrim's screen wasn't having issues.

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    • Whiterun without Nazeem doesn't seems like a Whiterun to me..... :(

      so everytime i tortured him to the death, i'll always ressurect him again with CC :)

      i think it's better for him to feel the pain as high as the level of Prometheus , rather than let him just die :}

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    • Hbxn wrote:
      Whiterun without Nazeem doesn't seems like a Whiterun to me..... :(

      so everytime i tortured him to the death, i'll always ressurect him again with CC :)

      i think it's better for him to feel the pain as high as the level of Prometheus , rather than let him just die :}

      When you mentioned Prometheus I immediately thought of the Prometheus referecne in Portal 2.

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    • What person? wrote:
      Hbxn wrote:
      Whiterun without Nazeem doesn't seems like a Whiterun to me..... :(

      so everytime i tortured him to the death, i'll always ressurect him again with CC :)

      i think it's better for him to feel the pain as high as the level of Prometheus , rather than let him just die :}

      When you mentioned Prometheus I immediately thought of the Prometheus referecne in Portal 2.

      "Her name's c-c-c-c-c-Caroline, remember that."

      Love the song :)

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    • Hbxn wrote:
      What person? wrote:
      Hbxn wrote:
      Whiterun without Nazeem doesn't seems like a Whiterun to me..... :(

      so everytime i tortured him to the death, i'll always ressurect him again with CC :)

      i think it's better for him to feel the pain as high as the level of Prometheus , rather than let him just die :}

      When you mentioned Prometheus I immediately thought of the Prometheus referecne in Portal 2.
      "Her name's c-c-c-c-c-Caroline, remember that."

      Love the song :)

      Which song? The Turret opera or Want you gone?

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    • Deadpool710 wrote:
      Especially in Riften, I love Riften, most corrupt city ever
      after brazilia (capital of brazil)
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    • Oh, you're brazilian too? I say Rio takes the pot; Brasília is small, at least.

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    • What person? wrote:
      Hbxn wrote:
      What person? wrote:
      Hbxn wrote:
      Whiterun without Nazeem doesn't seems like a Whiterun to me..... :(

      so everytime i tortured him to the death, i'll always ressurect him again with CC :)

      i think it's better for him to feel the pain as high as the level of Prometheus , rather than let him just die :}

      When you mentioned Prometheus I immediately thought of the Prometheus referecne in Portal 2.
      "Her name's c-c-c-c-c-Caroline, remember that."

      Love the song :)

      Which song? The Turret opera or Want you gone?

      the one that's in the ending of the game, i think...... 

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    • When you learn all the shouts, Nazeem deems you worthy of getting to the Cloud district and imparts his soul into you, granting you the ability to turn into a dragon, yourself!

      my favorite way of killing him

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    • I simply fired an arrow into his face and used my status as Thane to get out of trouble.

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    • Finally killed him. Downed an invisibility potion, then reverse pickpocketed a potion of frenzy on him. He immediately attacked Brill. A guard entered and killed him with a steel arrow through the left elbow. (I'm level 94, so the Guard probably could've just glared at him and given him a heart attack as Nazeem's apparently 4.) Looted everything off his corpse and then set his remains on Anoriath's meat stall. Hearing him going on about "a choice cut of steak or a tender rack of ribs" is hilarious.

      Its a shame if his corpse doesn't stay. I killed a Cultist in Riften that stays so I threw her in The Scorched Hammer's forge. Every so often when I go over to sell stuff to Balimund, there are 4-5 people standing around looking in.

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    • Well, im not exactly the murdering type, but i would love to use Nazeem as a follower just to murder him during the Boethia Calling quest...I wonder if there are any mod wich aloow us to do it.....

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    • Decapitating him is fun, but you have to listen to his severed head whine about the cloud district... he doesn't even go to the cloud district

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    • Al Wolf2200 wrote:
      71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 

      • Cough* Sociopath *Cough*

      Cough* Ya mean Psychopath *Cough* Cough*

      Danm i need a ricola

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    • Sociopath and psychopath are similar, but i think sociopath is more meticulous.  Don't quote me.

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    • Pyoobez wrote:
      Finally killed him. Downed an invisibility potion, then reverse pickpocketed a potion of frenzy on him. He immediately attacked Brill. A guard entered and killed him with a steel arrow through the left elbow. (I'm level 94, so the Guard probably could've just glared at him and given him a heart attack as Nazeem's apparently 4.) Looted everything off his corpse and then set his remains on Anoriath's meat stall. Hearing him going on about "a choice cut of steak or a tender rack of ribs" is hilarious.

      Its a shame if his corpse doesn't stay. I killed a Cultist in Riften that stays so I threw her in The Scorched Hammer's forge. Every so often when I go over to sell stuff to Balimund, there are 4-5 people standing around looking in.


      I like to kill people, put their corpses in blacksmith's forges, and then zombify them and kill them, so there is a pile of ashes in the blacksmith forge

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    • i put him in a room with the adoring fan, Then Nazeem will have everlasting toture mwuahahah then i kill the adoring fan by locking him in a oblivion gate for the Dadrea however....i really don't think Dadrea toy with people more evil than themselves.

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    • I didn't, he's still alive and well. I find him hilarious, honestly. His pomposity is simply ridiculous. Always gives me a good chuckle. His wife obviously hates him, I figure he gets his comeuppance. Always up the Jarl's backside, indeed.

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    • I kill him, use commands to resurrect him, and repeat, alternating deaths, and I also use commands to teleport him to so many different places. I often beat him with some weird modded weapon, normally a normal hammer, turned into a weapon.

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    • I casted a fury spell on some NPC (Don't remember which) and made him killa both Nazeem and his wife. The i looted everything from their bodies, walked to their farm, killed the man working there, the chickens and the cow, and looted everything from outside. Then in the house i also took everything that wasn't nailed down, and sold all the things to a fence.

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    • ^ Was the NPC Amren? I casted Fury on his wife and made him kill her in front of Braith.

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    • Tried pickpocketing him and failed, and while the guard was talking to me about my crime, Lydia was right in the middle of a finishing move. It was quite brilliant. Didn't even have to pay the full bounty for killing someone for some reason.

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    • Many Icy spears through his head - looks like a sun rising!

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    • I had Lydia kill him, and left his naked rotting corpse laying in the street....

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    • It was but a bright, sunny day in Whiterun! I was off to the Cloud District indeed on that day. Can't just have dragons flying about roasting people like a charred skeever, now can we?! Oh, but however... tonight, I did have some roast.

      I was strolling through the Plains District marketplace, just viewing the stands, when a Redguard man walks up to me and asks me if I 'get to the Cloud District very often', then makes quite the rude remark.

      I ask him what his problem is in my mind, and then he keeps going on and on about his wealth and farm and how much of an ass he is. (The last one didn't actually happen, but I wish it did!) At that point, being the psychopath I am, there was only one thing to do.

      I continued with my day, but at nightfall I came to his little room in The Drunken Huntsman. I got out my lovely Daedric dagger and gave it a nice fire enchant. Then, I proceed to creep to his room, and there he was... sleeping like a little baby, counting sheep in his dream. He'll be counting something all right, I thought. I pulled out my weapon, and whispered "Goodnight" in his ear, as I drove my dagger into his neck, effectively burning him to a crisp. I then proceed to strip him of his items, and bring his body up to the Skyforge. I create another dagger - this time being Ebony - and use some flesh bending magic on his corpse to make him my undead servant. I then proceed to dual wield the daggers and kill him over and over and OVER again... Eorlund seemed entertained.

      And I was as well at that moment! After I was done with my fun, I brought him back to my home in Whiterun and brought my dear friend Lydia over for dinner. The meat was good... very tender...

      Very bloody.

      Nazeem made the finest meal! And so, I leave these two daggers here, at Breezehome, for when I need them most. For eliminating Skyrim of the vermin she carries. This man was just the start of the purging.

      Who shall my next hapless victim be? It may just be you.

      A sinister grin shows, and a scream is heard in the background.

      (That, my friends, was how I murdered the poor Nazeem)

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    • Narzugami wrote:
      It was but a bright, sunny day in Whiterun! I was off to the Cloud District indeed on that day. Can't just have dragons flying about roasting people like a charred skeever, now can we?! Oh, but however...

      Wow

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    • He got in the way of my rampage.... gave a good decapiation then i decided to do funny things to his corpse (don't ask what i did)

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    • I always save before I kill him, because whiterun isn't the same without him, but he's really fun to Fus Ro Dah off his precious cloud district.  Also I always pickpocket his clothes with perfecct touch, and now he walks around naked.

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    • I have noticed that I have never actually seen nazeem in dragonsreach.

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    • I assassinated him.

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    • I killed his wife months ago, so I've been slowly chipping away at his sanity by beating him and then paying off my bounty (thieves guild for the win) and then pickpocketing his clothes, and giving him a different style daily.

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    • Frenzied him while the EW was in town, he took quite a huge beating.

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    • I had Cicero to 'tickle' him at the Cloud District.

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    • I planted/spawned 100 explosive chickens in front of him, then finally sent him to the Cloud District.

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    • An arrow from the corner.

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    • I Soul Trapped poor Nazeem inside a Black Soul Gem. At that point, I was at a very difficult crossroads of how to proceed. Should I use his soul to construct a Dagger of Fiery Soul Trap with which to slaughter his livestock, allowing him to spend all of eternity in the Soul Cairn knowing it was his soul that was used to destroy all that he once owned? Or do I grind it up into Soul Gem Fragments and force feed them to his wife? In the end, I chose to place the gem on the mantle above my fireplace in Lakeview Manor, so that everyday I can admire my handy work. And when I get bored, I'll take the Soul Gem with me to Whiterun and walk around what used to be his farm and home, now owned by a former neighbor. I'll visit his widow and her new husband, and see how their farm is prospering. I will show Nazeem how the world went on without him, how it continues to go on without him. I show him how his existence meant nothing, that he meant nothing.

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    • whao that is a horrible thing to do

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    • I love all of you guys's kills. But, I think mine may be a bit more. . . grusome. After playing for I don't know, about a month or so of Skyrim I finished the game for the first time. I then made a new save, accidentally saved over my previous. After about two days of raging and posting random crap on multiple website forums and watching rage videos on YouTube I went back to Skyrim. Two weeks later, I get Skyrim Legendary Edition. I now am looking through every single dagger imaginable. From a mini-quest I have someone's lucky dagger. Few scrolls later, the Nettlebane, hmm doesn't quite suit my criteria. (By the way I am playing on PS3.) So I go up to the Skyforge, make Ebony daggers, Daedric, Steel, Etc. I remember the Blade of Woe  from the Dark Brotherhood. Seems simple. But, I sold it. Not a big deal really. I decide with my new DLC, Dragonborn I grab Stalhrim. I then study Nazeem for a week (real time) and scroll through numerous enchantments to find the perfect one. Chaos Damage. Kind of like a previous person, I did it a bit ritually. First, while being a level 57 and having a 106 sneaking level (Enchantments w/ thieves guild armour, and others.) I stealthily took out each and every single Stormcloak and Whiterun guard in Whiterun, even in Riverwood and patrols, OH, also around the farms. So now a small group of companions are killing Vignar and his housecarl. I killed Eorlund after maxing out his training, so now there's no Smith to kill the thieves. I've slaughtered the farms and now all that's left in this lawless hold is Nazeem and his wife. They're sleeping peacefully in their bed one night. I wake up the wife and then decapitate her with the Stalhrim dagger, now named; The Cerimonial Dagger. Now poor little Nazeem is cradling with his wife's head, boo-hoo, poor Nazeem. A month later after I constantly poison him at night I, then visit his wife. For some reason, she didn't get sent to the hall of the dead. Now as my thrall, I command her to attack her previous husband. I shot her in the back right as he was about to die. Smiled in real life and then walked out of the Drunken Huntsman. Now her wife is ash and he mourns. Three days ago (Real life, obviously) I finally decided to make my move. I punched him with my bow and brought him outside and baited him all the way to the Cloud District where I had Faendal waiting and two runes, one fire and one ice right next to each other as soon as he stepped up to the gate I ran around him and made a lightning rune. I counted down from 4 while using the Become Ethreal shout, now I summoned my Daedric thrall. With a series of pain and joyous laughter I killed Faendal AND my Daedra. With him at 1hp. Now, almost laughing my buttox off, I dispell the runes and let him retreat. Oooh, to finish my little fiasco I grab my Dragonebone Bow (Legendary) and get a rusty arrow. I crouch and time it exactly right, just as he reaches the market I shoot him square in the head. I take my arrow and then make him a thrall, take him to a giant camp, the next thing I now I fall back in my chair laughing, as it slams onto the floor as he gets shot up square into the air and I keep reviving him. That went for about 30 minutes until I went on to kill all of Whiterun with Maricuno. Aaah... Skyrim is such a wonderful place.

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    • Dark Jeto wrote:
      ^(TL:DR)

      It's worth it if you want to read a demented Dragonborn's story. :)

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    • Ignite him using the ignite spell from "azhidal's ring of arcana" and feared him at the same time after pickpocketing all his clothes, making him run naked screaming through the whole whiterun!

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    • Daedra Dreadlord wrote:
      I love all of you guys's kills. But, I think mine may be a bit more. . . grusome. After playing for I don't know, about a month or so of Skyrim I finished the game for the first time. I then made a new save, accidentally saved over my previous. After about two days of raging and posting random crap on multiple website forums and watching rage videos on YouTube I went back to Skyrim. Two weeks later, I get Skyrim Legendary Edition. I now am looking through every single dagger imaginable. From a mini-quest I have someone's lucky dagger. Few scrolls later, the Nettlebane, hmm doesn't quite suit my criteria. (By the way I am playing on PS3.) So I go up to the Skyforge, make Ebony daggers, Daedric, Steel, Etc. I remember the Blade of Woe  from the Dark Brotherhood. Seems simple. But, I sold it. Not a big deal really. I decide with my new DLC, Dragonborn I grab Stalhrim. I then study Nazeem for a week (real time) and scroll through numerous enchantments to find the perfect one. Chaos Damage. Kind of like a previous person, I did it a bit ritually. First, while being a level 57 and having a 106 sneaking level (Enchantments w/ thieves guild armour, and others.) I stealthily took out each and every single Stormcloak and Whiterun guard in Whiterun, even in Riverwood and patrols, OH, also around the farms. So now a small group of companions are killing Vignar and his housecarl. I killed Eorlund after maxing out his training, so now there's no Smith to kill the thieves. I've slaughtered the farms and now all that's left in this lawless hold is Nazeem and his wife. They're sleeping peacefully in their bed one night. I wake up the wife and then decapitate her with the Stalhrim dagger, now named; The Cerimonial Dagger. Now poor little Nazeem is cradling with his wife's head, boo-hoo, poor Nazeem. A month later after I constantly poison him at night I, then visit his wife. For some reason, she didn't get sent to the hall of the dead. Now as my thrall, I command her to attack her previous husband. I shot her in the back right as he was about to die. Smiled in real life and then walked out of the Drunken Huntsman. Now her wife is ash and he mourns. Three days ago (Real life, obviously) I finally decided to make my move. I punched him with my bow and brought him outside and baited him all the way to the Cloud District where I had Faendal waiting and two runes, one fire and one ice right next to each other as soon as he stepped up to the gate I ran around him and made a lightning rune. I counted down from 4 while using the Become Ethreal shout, now I summoned my Daedric thrall. With a series of pain and joyous laughter I killed Faendal AND my Daedra. With him at 1hp. Now, almost laughing my buttox off, I dispell the runes and let him retreat. Oooh, to finish my little fiasco I grab my Dragonebone Bow (Legendary) and get a rusty arrow. I crouch and time it exactly right, just as he reaches the market I shoot him square in the head. I take my arrow and then make him a thrall, take him to a giant camp, the next thing I now I fall back in my chair laughing, as it slams onto the floor as he gets shot up square into the air and I keep reviving him. That went for about 30 minutes until I went on to kill all of Whiterun with Maricuno. Aaah... Skyrim is such a wonderful place.

      GIVE THAT MAN A MEDAL.

      Master Sheogorath would be proud!

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    • Lol, Mephala, Dagon and Boethiah will give Daedra Dreadlord a medal too...

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    • 218.186.253.7 wrote:
      Lol, Mephala, Dagon and Boethiah will give Daedra Dreadlord a medal too...

      Yes, yes they would! Although I could care less about Boethiah.

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      • Gave him an amulet of Talos
      • Dressed up as a Thalmor
      • Used my elven dagger
      • Decapitated him. 
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    • ...I gotta try that, Czechmate.

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    • After reading through some of these............All I can say is .... wow!

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    • I'm not the kind of guy that could just kill him and leave it like that. I'm the kind of guy that after killing a dragon, right as I begin to absorb their soul, I grab them by the horn on their head and force them to look me in the eye, so I can watch as they slowly slip away into the darkness.

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    • Oh, I have a new story about how to kill Nazeem... I might make a thread about that - Nonsense of how to kill NPC's and such. Ooooh, delightful wouldn't that be? I would think so. 

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    • An arrow to the knee... and a few to the face.

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    • At the time, I didn't want to get arrested, so I just had him die a fast, but VERY painful death using console commands. After that, I never ever never for ever never saw him again, not even in a different character file...thingamajigger...HE DOESN'T EXIST ANYMORE. And I'm kinda happy about it. :)

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    • Only kinda happy?

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    • i've only killed nazeem once. i was bored and kind of angry so i was killing everyone in whiterun not just nazeem. 

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    • Deadpool710 wrote:
      Only kinda happy?

      Okay, it was probably the best day my tough Argonian mercenary had.

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    • The weirdest thing happened yesterday. I was coming out of Belethor's General Goods after f*cking up their registry book and i heard a sputtering dying sound and I thought 'wtf sound bug'. 

      And as I turned the corner into the Whiterun square (with all the market stalls) there he was lying at the foot of the steps up toward the Drunken Huntsman!! I kid you all not (and it WASNT ME), and everyone was like crowding around him saying:

      "what a waste"

      "better him than me"

      And my personal favourite was from a mercenary who said "shouldn't leave things for me to trip over" and then proceeded to walk all over him

      And then a guard walked up and said its in the hands of the law now and asked me if i knew anything about it...after being a bit of a smartass to him he threatened to put me in jail so i said "uh..no i don't know anything"

      This hilarious episode was rounded off when I then went into the Temple of Kynareth where Ahlam was speaking with Danica and she said something like "well, maybe when the war starts the soldiers will pour in and they'll kill your husband". Boy would i give 10000 septims to see her face when she saw his dead body outside. 

      ALL OF THE ABOVE IS TRUE. I swear i didn't touch him even though i did harbour thoughts about killing him, may have been spotted stalking him around Whiterun from the rooftop of Warmaiden's...and would probably be on Ahlam's list of "who do you think could have done it" seeing how many times I've knocked on his door at Chillfurrow looking for him. 

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    • Do the Whiterun questline that turns your into a werewolf for the very first time [I don't want to spoil too much].  Run around town and/or reload until you find him.  My character didn't want to kill him, but he was filled with frenzied werewolf rage and Nazeem just happened to be in the way. ;)

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    • "How did you kill Nazeem" rather than "Did you kill Nazeem and how" how dare you assume I have done such a horrible thing.

      ... usually after the first werewolf transformation, as you're already in Whiterun and can get away with it without a bounty. Plus being mauled to death by a werewolf seems fair for this guy.

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    • Just the other day I used Unrelenting Force (lvl 3) to blow him against the wall of the Drunken Hunstman after he insulted my social standing by suggesting I never got to the Cloud District. He seemed confused by what happened and was slow to get up. I felt a little guilty about over-reacting, and he had taken a bit of damage, so I used Restoration magic to heal him.

      He asked me if I got to the Cloud District very often, and then proceeded to insult me by saying of course I didn't, then meandered on his way. That pissed me off so I followed him closely, sneaking, and slipped him some poison with my high Pickpocket skill. It wasn't a potent poison, but he didn't seem to care for it one bit. I approached him and asked him if he was okay, to which he replied with a low gutteral moan. Once again I healed him with my powers of restoration.

      Then, if you can believe it, that sunovabich asked me if I got to the Cloud District very often, and then proceeded to insult me by saiying of course I didn't, then meandered on his way. I followed him closely, sneaking, and cast Fury on him when he reached the market. He proceeded to get into a knife-fight with that old lady who runs one of the booths. A nearby guard tried to intervene but I snuck up behind him and slit the guard's throat before he could interupt Nazeem from killing the old woman. Nazeem had taken quite a beating by the time he killed the old woman, so I offered to heal him with my Restoration magic yet again.

      Rather than thank me for healing him for the third time, he asked me if I got to the Cloud District very often, and then proceeded to insult me by saiying of course I didn't, then meandered on his way. I followed him back to the Drunken Hunstman and once inside, I paid Jenassa 500 gold to be my follower, then asked her to attack Nazeem. She did so without a second thought, killing him easily. I then told her it was time for us to part ways.

      I resurected Nazeem's corpse using Conjuration magic. I enjoyed listening to him moan and beg for release. I attacked him with Destruction magic (fire) until Nazeem was nothing more than an ashpile on the floor of the Drunken Hunstman.

      The Bosmer running the place didn't seem to give a shit, so I sold him Nazeem's personal items and meandered on my way.

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    • Fire Wolf Pup wrote:
      Most of the time I shout him off of the cloud district. XD

      I also just like to cast fury on him so he goes on a rampage when he is in the middle of shopping.

      I just went werewolf for the fun of it. The guards let me off for gods know why...

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    • I gave him a nord's death with chillrend

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    • WillTheUmbreon wrote:

      Fire Wolf Pup wrote:
      Most of the time I shout him off of the cloud district. XD

      I also just like to cast fury on him so he goes on a rampage when he is in the middle of shopping.

      I just went werewolf for the fun of it. The guards let me off for gods know why...

      Probably because they didn't go to the Cloud District very often either.

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    • Wabbajacked his ass into a Sweet Roll, then reverse pickpocketed it into a cloud district guard's inventory.

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    • I gave him a rather simple death, yet oddly ceremonial. I had, like so many others, been insulted by the heap of filth named Nazeem, only, this go around, I decided to wait. I abided my time. It was hard, have you, but I rose through the levels. Being level 25, owning a fine tuned ebony war axe, named 'Nazeem's Bane' and dawning a new steel plate set of armor, I strode into Whiterun, with only murder on my mind. Upon speaking to Nazeem for the first time in real life weeks, I was insulted by the pathetic fool. Therefore, I followed his every step. I became his friend, reverse pickpocketing him Skooma, among other luxurious items. I gave him gifts every Morndas, such as jewelery. Eventually, he said those dreaded words to me, after all I had done for him! I gave not one care, as my ebony war axe hacked its way through his jugular, trachea, vertabrae, and other throat giblets, leaving his decapitated corpse and rolling head in the Plains District. The fine for such a crime was nothing more than a bother, given my amassed riches. I now do a ceremonial teabagging of his body every Morndas, to the shock of those occupying the Hall of the Dead.

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    • Exctly how i would expect a Hagraven Conen on Lovin to do it :D

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    • Glad to see that I now have a cult following, expecting me to murder. Fun times, indeed!

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    • I also lime to make him look at the anti-Nazeem threads, and he pisses his pants and has a heart attack caused by his terror and paranoia

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    • Can you really blame him? I once looted and burned his farm with a burnable buildings mod that I made, that I do not intend to release, and made him go bankrupt. It was great fun, really.

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    • I discovered a new way to kill Azeem - have someone else kill him for you! The reason I am so proud of my accomplishment is that I didn't use the Fury spell to accomplish this incredible task. Here's how this momentous event broke down:

      I was walking by the dead tree in Whiterun when I passed Nazeem and he inevitably insulted my social standing, for like the thousandth time. I'd had enough of that jerk! I put my weapons away and put up my fists. I don't care if I have to pay a bounty, I decided, I was going to punch that guy in the mouth!

      Well, Nazeem didn't like getting punched and the dirty rat-fink drew a steel dagger! Vignar Grey-Mane happened to be nearby and saw the altercation. Evidently he didn't think it was very fair for a man to bring a knife to a fist fight and leapt to the defense of his fellow Companion. Vignar drew his sword and drove it through Nazeem's back - the backstab animation where the blade pops through the victim's stomach and he crumbles to his knees, leaning back on his ankles. It was awesome!

      The funniest part was that I incured a 40 gold bounty for punching Nazeem, but Vignar strolled away casually and the guards didn't give him a second look after committing murder.

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    • Soul tear to painfully rip out all traces of his soul and raise him as my undead minion. I put him in a black soul gem and then kept hitting it with Keening looking to find him again. I head to the soul Cairo to find him again, he is lucky I didn't end his afterlife. But before this I made my own black sacrament. Then I tried a different save and used my jarrin root poison and an iron dagger I called The Penetrator. That will stop him from as the jarl's son said "Another person here to lick my father's balls."

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    • Me, I have the Corpse Preparation mod installed. So I steathily kill him whil simultaneously soul trap him with a black soul gem, take his corpse, have it mummified, then raise him as my thrall. Since his level is so low and he doesn't have any particularly good skills, he dies over and over again.

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    • i would aggravate him, then proceed to chuck things at him with the telekenisis

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    • That secret ingredient I put in the false Emperor's stew? Let's just say it's not Jarrin Root.

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    • I killed his wife, made him pissed of, and then challenged him to a duel. I disarmed him with the Disarm shout, took his dagger, and procceded to block-hit him with my sword till he yielded. Then, i procceded to stab him with my custom Dagger of Fear. He ran away and died from his injuries.

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    • The End

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    • I sniped him, soul trapped him, and he turned out to only have a petty soul....

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    • After reading the first few posts on this thread, i thought i might give it a try.

      After some thinking, i decided to take away his clothing with pickpocketing... Then i cast a frenzy spell on him while he was sleeping, so he ended up murdering his wife and leaving his house in a huge rage fit :) 

      After the guards (AND Heimskr) had ruthlessly bludgened him to death with their very blunt swords; because it took a few minutes for him to die... I had resurrected him with the dead thrall spell to be my nude man-slave for the rest of his afterlife aswell, and because dead thralls don't turn to ash, i just re-summon him again after a battle in which he inevitably dies; thus forcing him to die and be brought back as a slave indefinately... 

      (Exept for when he died at the beginning of a dungeon and i forgot about him, and had to go all the way back to get him again, also i have not read all the way through the thread, so appolagies if another person has already done this, in which case we think very alike)

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    • I did.. this. :>


      Video removed, please read the video policy, thank you, (talk) 16:22, March 18, 2014 (UTC)

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    • I uh... Kinda, sort of, killed him by accident.


      Being the idiot I am I like to randomly shoot in random directions with a bow and arrow, and it just so happens that I get an execution kill where your camera follows the arrow, and guess who it hit? Nazeem, who was at the steps of the Cloud District. I couldn't stop laughing for an hour.

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    • New one, here, i take a Unrelenting Grip spell (which is from a mod) and hold him with the power of the Force. Then, i throw him to a giant's nest, where the giant is pissed off and smashes Nazeem's body to pieces.

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    • GKW

      Lots of fun ideas here. He and Heimskir raging each other sounds good. Maybe install a kill the kids mod and get Braith in there too.

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    • I just decapitate him. Then take all his clothes off and hang him from somewhere in the cloud district

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    • Even though I'm a peaceful type of character,he pisses me off so much i use some of my mods to get him and myself on the roof of Dragonsreach...and magically push him over the city walls.Bodies flying,12 o'clock! :D Other times i use Hand of Molag Bal(also from a mod) and watch badass meteors kill the little bastard.

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    • Daedric Prince Of Potatoes wrote:
      I just decapitate him. Then take all his clothes off and hang him from somewhere in the cloud district

      How do you hang a decapitated body?

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    • GKW
      HagravenCovenOfLovin69 wrote:
      ........ I now do a ceremonial teabagging of his body every Morndas, to the shock of those occupying the Hall of the Dead.

      What is a teabagging?

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    • Oh...I didn't kill him...


      Nazeem and a Series of Unfortunate Events

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    • That's it!  You lot are all trying to kill me!  I'm reporting ALL of you!


      -Hides in Jarl's backside-


      Mpph!

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    • Yes, yes we are.

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    • I just got a crossbow, hid in the same spot I used to kill the annoying ranting priest and I shot him in the back of the head. All the guards were like,"wow! Wonder where did that bolt come from? It definitely couldn't have been the guy standing up over there with a crossbow pointed in this direction. Oh well, I guess the murderer escaped".

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    • I used Wabbajack to turn him into a Dremora. He managed to kill like 5 people, then I forced him back to human form and he got slaughtered.

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    • GKW wrote:
      HagravenCovenOfLovin69 wrote:
      ........ I now do a ceremonial teabagging of his body every Morndas, to the shock of those occupying the Hall of the Dead.
      What is a teabagging?

      Teabagging is the simple motion of crouching and standing over a corpse. Of course, in this case, it was an attempt at humor, as you cannot recover an actual corpse from the Hall of the Dead.

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    • If I could, I would get him to go to the Thalmor Embassy, ruin the party, nearly die from escaping justiciars only to become the target of Jarl Ulfric & Heimskr.

      I would have them all meet in the battle of Whiterun with Nazeem fleeing to the Cloud District only to be beaten by the two. Maybe some Imperials might join in too?

      Once Nazeem is about to die, I wisk him to Sovengarde only to become eaten by Alduin. Afterwards, I recover his items & hopefully a piece of his soul into a black soulgem for later.

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    • Casted a fury spell, ran out because I had an excuse to kill him, dragged him behind The Bannered Mare and ate him. 

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    • i kill nazeem by taking a sword an hitting him ,b but not killing him. i always randomly attack him but never kill him. i just hurt him and then....i disapeer.

      how do you kill the bear ? you dont. you stab it under its neck and let it bleed out -ulysses

      thats what i do. i make him paranoid. i make him not sleep. he will always have nigth mares about me . always about how one day....the day comes. then after i kill alduin i go to his house and kill his wife and wait till he comes home...then i take a knife and cut him and paralize him. when hes near to death i heal him. i i make him suffer. i make him regret those words he said to me. i...am his worst nigth mare.............then i take the final blow i take a sword and finish his life...and you know for who i do that ? for the nigthmother and the dread father sitis....HAIL THE BROTHERHOOD!!!!!!!

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    • i just turn into a werewolf and rip his head off with my bare wolf hands lol

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    • I killed everyone on his farm because i wanted him to starve or at least loose some money buying food, then i killed his wife, and finally, when he had nothing left, i killed him.

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    • I jumped on the joists of "The Drunken Huntsman", started sneaking and waited for him to come out of his room. Worked pretty well. ;)

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    • Casted Fury on him, then soul trapped his a**, so I got his soul on a Battle Axe called "Nazeem's Cloud District Axe" and put it on my weapon rack in Honeyside, together with Wuuthrad and Volendrung.

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    • Deadpool710 wrote:
      Sociopath and psychopath are similar, but i think sociopath is more meticulous.  Don't quote me.

      Kinda, Sociopath is when you cannot feel emotion, Psychopath is where you feel joy and such from hurting/killing things or people

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    • when ever i want to kill a NPC this what i do

      1.) first i use soul stealer to kill them and trap them in the black star (soul stealer is the name of my daedric dagger thats been enchanted with soul trap)

      2.) then i pay off the guards and drag the victims corpse to the local forge

      3.) put the corpse in the forge 

      4.) forge an ebony dagger

      5.) reanimate with conjuration spell

      6.) kill with ebony dagger to leave ash pile and temper the new dagger in their blood

      7.) i then enchant the ebony dagger with something like vampirism

      8.) name the ebony dagger after my victim 

      9.) store the dagger in the chest at the foot of the bed in Hijerm with the rest of my treasure.

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    • 74.192.164.131 wrote:
      Deadpool710 wrote:
      Sociopath and psychopath are similar, but i think sociopath is more meticulous.  Don't quote me.
      Kinda, Sociopath is when you cannot feel emotion, Psychopath is where you feel joy and such from hurting/killing things or people

      Similar, if TV is to be trusted, sociopath might be easier to hide.

      (keywords there: IF TV IS TO BE TRUSTED)

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    • Look at it this way:  Sociopath is Sherlock, psychopath is Moriarty.

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    • Narzugami wrote:
      It was but a bright, sunny day in Whiterun! I was off to the Cloud District indeed on that day. Can't just have dragons flying about roasting people like a charred skeever, now can we?! Oh, but however... tonight, I did have some roast.

      I was strolling through the Plains District marketplace, just viewing the stands, when a Redguard man walks up to me and asks me if I 'get to the Cloud District very often', then makes quite the rude remark.

      I ask him what his problem is in my mind, and then he keeps going on and on about his wealth and farm and how much of an ass he is. (The last one didn't actually happen, but I wish it did!) At that point, being the psychopath I am, there was only one thing to do.

      I continued with my day, but at nightfall I came to his little room in The Drunken Huntsman. I got out my lovely Daedric dagger and gave it a nice fire enchant. Then, I proceed to creep to his room, and there he was... sleeping like a little baby, counting sheep in his dream. He'll be counting something all right, I thought. I pulled out my weapon, and whispered "Goodnight" in his ear, as I drove my dagger into his neck, effectively burning him to a crisp. I then proceed to strip him of his items, and bring his body up to the Skyforge. I create another dagger - this time being Ebony - and use some flesh bending magic on his corpse to make him my undead servant. I then proceed to dual wield the daggers and kill him over and over and OVER again... Eorlund seemed entertained.

      And I was as well at that moment! After I was done with my fun, I brought him back to my home in Whiterun and brought my dear friend Lydia over for dinner. The meat was good... very tender...

      Very bloody.

      Nazeem made the finest meal! And so, I leave these two daggers here, at Breezehome, for when I need them most. For eliminating Skyrim of the vermin she carries. This man was just the start of the purging.

      Who shall my next hapless victim be? It may just be you.

      A sinister grin shows, and a scream is heard in the background.

      (That, my friends, was how I murdered the poor Nazeem)

      Oh my Talos, I'm moving to Elsweyr. I'll live in a hole out in the desert, away from you weirdos. 

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    • Rukathesoldier wrote: i kill him with kindness. i am so godsdamn nice to him he dies the second i meet him. he has nice shoes.

      Nice sarcasm. (Get it?)

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    • FishySalesman wrote: I didn't kill him, I simply used Perfect Touch to rip his clothes off and ravage the area. He didn't argue.

      Lol Gamer Poop reference. Kudos for you!

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    • AdamEEEE1234 wrote:

      Rukathesoldier wrote: i kill him with kindness. i am so godsdamn nice to him he dies the second i meet him. he has nice shoes.

      Nice sarcasm. (Get it?)

      I was being serious. I greet him with a hug and everytime he says "Do you get to the cloud district very often" I give a sweetroll.

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    • Rukathesoldier wrote:

      AdamEEEE1234 wrote:

      Rukathesoldier wrote: i kill him with kindness. i am so godsdamn nice to him he dies the second i meet him. he has nice shoes.

      Nice sarcasm. (Get it?)

      I was being serious. I greet him with a hug and everytime he says "Do you get to the cloud district very often" I give a sweetroll.

      You give him a sweetroll, I turn him into a sweetroll.

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    • I burned him, chopped him, decapitated him, froze him, zapped him, called a dragon on him, shot him etc. He probably died so many times on my games that he became a paradox.

      Nazeem, why do you exist?????

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    • I  couldn't find Brill to buy Breezehome and I was pissed and needed to kill something so in the middle of the market place I walked up to him and just shot him in the face with a crossbow XD

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    • Im gonna try to see what happens if i vamp sick blood to overkill levels XD

      Suck dat bitch dry

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    • I didn't kill Nazeem.

      I came out of the Bannered Mare having just recovered from a drinking contest, staff of victory in hand, and vowing never to drink again. I happened to have forty or so bottles of stolen Honningbrew Mead on my person but, well, I was planning on dealing with those eventually.

      Still thoroughly hung over, I happened across a rather well-spoken Redguard gentleman, who enquired about my visits to the Cloud District. I had been only recently, I informed him, to seek out and make merry with his mother. I suppose I must have still been slurring a bit, he didn't react a great deal. So I immediately necked twenty bottles of mead and visited the hell out of the Cloud District, just to show him.

      He didn't seem impressed so I hit the remaining twenty bottles and proceeded to beat him to within an inch of his life. He called out for the guards, and seemed relieved when one arrived. Fortunately, the guard mistook me for the Thane of Whiterun and refused the arrest, much to my surprise and Nazeem's abject horror.

      Now every time I walk past that pretentious Redguard I take a hearty swig of mead and stare him down. He remembers what I did to him beforehand. He knows I'm untouchable. And it scares him to the very core.

      I didn't kill Nazeem. But he's dead inside.

      ...also it turns out I may have actually been made Thane at some point. I don't recall the ceremony. Should probably quit the mead.

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    • if you murdered that first dragon, he gicves it to you

      But, i plan on starting by feeding on him and his wife while sleeping, then vampire lording his wife, and tormenting him by feeding on him every night I can, and then beating him a bit, then vampire lording his balls off >:D

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    • Deadpool710 wrote:
      if you murdered that first dragon, he gicves it to you

      But, i plan on starting by feeding on him and his wife while sleeping, then vampire lording his wife, and tormenting him by feeding on him every night I can, and then beating him a bit, then vampire lording his balls off >:D

      Cool :D

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    • I only killed him once, but I recently fond that punching him in the face occasionally was a great way to deal with the stress of my exams :)

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    • I just got through killing him and almost every other killable npc on a second save. Skyrim is much emptier now.

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    • He died of embarrassment when I stole his clothes in the marketplace.

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    • I made him die a thousand deaths! (Or a thousand Nazeems die one death)

      I spawned a thousand Nazeems near the center of Whiterun hold. After doing this, my game began to produce a significant amount of lag. I was going to allow them to live, until they began to disrespect my social status. When they did this, I knew they had to die, but that it would take too long for me to do this by myself. So, I spawned a few Alduins and casted Fury on a couple Nazeems. The problem took care of itself. Besides that fact that I completely overlooked the original Nazeem. Whom I proceeded to kill with a Nokia phone on a stick. 

      10/10 would kill again.

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    • I just simply dual-casted a fireball spell on him and sent him flying up to the Cloud District, Guards didn't like that but as Balgruuf the swerglord's Thane they had no choice but to let me go.

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    • Two tools were used for his death: Molag's Mace and The Black Star. I whacked him with the mace, thus making his soul be trapped in the star. I accquired Ragged Robes from my arrest, which I needed. I then headed to Dragonsreach's Arcane Enchanter, and enchanted the Ragged Robes with fortify illusion, naming it Nazeem. The point of my story was to show Nazeem that his social status was just an illusion, thus teaching him he was as low as a begger's clothes.


      EDIT: He was the first of many who insulted me... like Fianna

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    • I love how this is the first discussion to show up on Nazeem's page.

      Anyway, I once saw him walking by Uthgerd's house and stabbed him in the back. It played the great Rear Stab animation.

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    • I slashed his ribs apart and left his rotting corpse filled with arrows. (Thanks Enhanced Blood Textures!)

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    • This is the funniest discussion i have ever seen on wikia. LOLing so much. Anyway i helped him to the cloud districtby walking up to him while he was insulting someone and said, "Hello" then I did absolutely nothing to him. It was an awesome cinematic helping where I leaned down and my battleaxe suddenly ended up in his side. Fancy that? I wonder how that happened. I definetely did not hate him and I definetely did not kill him. I helped him to the clouds though. Somehow he didnt seem so happy about going. I was innocent I said as the guards took my bounty. Thats the end of the story. So sad... we will miss you nazeem. (Actually we will desecrate your corpse and leave it naked in the gutters of whiterun. We will spit on you and cut you. We will drop you on the jarl. We will burn you. we will...)

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    • Nazeem's assassination will haunt the citizens of Whiterun.

      I forged a special sword with Soul Trap which I named 'Surprise Motherf**cker'". I waited until innocent citizens were watching and then proceeded to decapitate Nazeem. I flung his bloody and lifeless body onto the nearest market stall and threw his head in a crate of tomatoes.

      I stripped the shoes from his feet and enchanted them, using his soul, to name them Cloud District. I now proudly carry them everywhere so no matter where I am I'm always in the Cloud District.

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    • Well, there was this one time, for the companion's questline, i was asked to intimidate him, it was the most fun i have ever had hurting anyone, and it was prefectly legal... But, afterwards, i proceeded to punch him some more, and more, and more, as the guards tried to stop me i gladly turned his face to a pile of pulp and bone shards. This is what happen's when you question the dragonborn...

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    • reverse pickpocket 50 poisons with the right perks, including fury ones

      Let the fun begin...

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    • This thread was the main reason I made an account. Just wanted to say I was going to borrow some ideas and make my own ritual for murder. I'm probably going to borrow the idea of crafting a dagger and naming it after my victim. (Thanks, Wikia contributor.) And after that using the victim's soul (soul trap spell) to enchant the dagger that murdered them and storing it in a chest in my house. It's not perfected, but I'll come back and report once it is.

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    • I will gut him, and cube him, and then keep the cubes fresh for when i get the rumblies

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    • I will get four steel plates and crush him into a perfect tetrahedron, then display it as an art piece outside dragonsreach known as "the price of power."

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    • just incogly killed nazeem with fury, it was cool

      then ihunted down his wife, had her attack me, and axed her faxce off...

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    • Deadpool710 wrote:
      just incogly killed nazeem with fury, it was cool

      then ihunted down his wife, had her attack me, and axed her faxce off...

      That's just silly, she never did something wrong and now she must still spend her entire live with Nazeem in death...

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    • well, shes just rude, and i wanted to get braith somewhere i wouldnt see her at all

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    • An update on my progress in ritual creation, i cant use soul trap and then kill with stealth, so I will instead, use an enchanted weapon (soul trap) named after them, kill them, steal an equippable item (jewelry, weapon, or clothing) off of their body, enchant it with their soul, then display or store it.

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    • WillTheUmbreon wrote:
      Fire Wolf Pup wrote:
      Most of the time I shout him off of the cloud district. XD

      I also just like to cast fury on him so he goes on a rampage when he is in the middle of shopping.

      I just went werewolf for the fun of it. The guards let me off for gods know why...

      noone saw you transform

      DATS Y

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    • I have long tired of this Nazeem and one day he went to the tavern "Drunken Hunter." in his pocket,i found a necklace with enchantment Alchemy, which I was looking for. but there was no chance to steal, 0 percent. so I did it, took a steel ax, bought at the blacksmith ... and then they put me in jail. when I came out of prison necklace of Nazeem has remained with me. it was worth it(Google Traznslator)

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    • Deadpool710 wrote: well, shes just rude, and i wanted to get braith somewhere i wouldnt see her at all

      You didn't know? Braith is Amren's daughter, not nazeem's. Though I must say, she sounds more like nazeem.

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    • il start killing nazeem using  my "wagon Priest staff"

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    • I've killed him many times but the best was when I used Fury on him at the marketplace, I waited until two guards closed in and unleashed a level 3 Unrelenting Force just as the guards were about to deliver the killing blow.

      One guard hit a wooden pillar, the other smashed into the entrance to Belethor's and Nazeem flew head first into the shop sign which killed him.

      I don't kill Nazeem anymore though, it's much funnier to try and hit him with things like cabbages and potatoes by firing arrows at them. 

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    • Rukathesoldier wrote:

      i kill him with kindness. i am so godsdamn nice to him he dies the second i meet him. he has nice shoes.

      I name a bow kindness and kill him with it

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    • I killed him by slitting his throat and then his wife saw me do it but just his wife so while I was dragging his body she ran at we with a knife but i but his body under the bridge and saw that the guards had already killed her she had an arrow in her face so i dragged her body too and then I made it look like nazeem shot her with a now and then commited suicide by placing a bow and a dagger and a guard followed me down to the bridegroom and asked me if i knew about the murder so I told him no and moved on three days later i go back and their body's are gone and that was thah

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    • Gloweye wrote:

      Deadpool710 wrote: well, shes just rude, and i wanted to get braith somewhere i wouldnt see her at all

      You didn't know? Braith is Amren's daughter, not nazeem's. Though I must say, she sounds more like nazeem.

      yeah, remembered that after posting

      • picks up hammer*

      Sorry Amren XD

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    • I "accidentally" stuck my ebony Battleaxe in his back..I'm not unique enough *Sigh*

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    • Intially I attacked him on occasion with either Unrelenting Force or a weapon (one hit each time), inbedded fear of me into him. Eventually I got bored with going to prison, or paying off my bounty so I started stalking him a good deal, found out where he lived, broke into his home, watched him sleep, listened to his wife whine about him, listened to him insult a few people in the market area, let him bring up the Cloud District as often as he pleased. All of that took a lot of energy from me since I had to resist splitting his wig the moment he opened his arrogant, disdainful, ungrateful-that-I-spared-his-life-that-moment mouth. Then, one night I found him in the Cloud District, and I thought 'what better way to kill him than in the Cloud District' then I did it. I used my Fire Breathe on him, and I slashed his dead body several times with the Mace of Molag Bal. I then took his clothing, as to shame him and put his body on the Shrine of Talos. I was quite pleased with myself. 

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    • I met this arrogant asshole two days after I left my home town of riften. I came to whiterun, got my supplies, but this @$$ bumps into me and says that it is my fault. I follow him. I ask him what his deal was, and he just sits there looking at me like a peasant. I decided instead of slaying him with my nightingale blade, I brawled him. I left him there whimpering on the ground like a dog. And when he got back up, I beat him again. As he lay there broken, I thought that he finally learned his lesson.

      The next time I visited whiterun I searched for him. Hopefully to greet him in a civil manor. I was wrong. He kept treating me like dirt, knowing of my full power. I said enough. I went to my home and started plotting. I traced his actions, learned of his weaknesses and strengths. The day finally came when I had to kill him. I slipped some Jarrin Root and Crimson Nirnroot poison (I got a mod that lets me grow these plants at my hearthfire house. I market these poisons) into his pocket, and watch the already fragile vial break. The liquid oozed into his skin, and in that moment, he knew something was wrong. The poison coursed through his veins, and finally reached his heart. He suffered. I finally planted an incriminating letter about his alleged plot to kill the jarl of whiterun. And I got off, scott free.

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    • ^If you dont know what I did with the poison, I used a pickpocket skill which lets my slip poisons into enemies pockets and it kills them. and if you slip multiple, they will take em one by one untill they die. its quite funny really. One time i slipped 100 poisons which dealt 1 damage for 3 seconds into someones pocket.

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    • that sounds worth carrying the extra 50 weight...

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    • get misdirection perk, replace the weapons of everyone in whiterun with forks, cast frenzy or fury on him, watch everybody fork him to death

      you're welcome

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    • sounds like a lot of effort, but I'd totally do that.

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    • This... Thread...

      I can't take it...

      Just look at the date it was created...

      Image removed as images uploaded solely for the forum is not allowed. Read the forum policy for more information, thanks.

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    • Verfaas Ah Dinok wrote:
      This... Thread...

      I can't take it...

      Get over yourself.

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    • 1) I save.

      2) I pull out Wabbajack.

      3) Cast Wabbajack on him and reload until I get the one where he becomes a sweetroll.

      4) Proceed to eat said Sweetroll.

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    • 1. transfrom into a werewolf or vampire lord (somewhere hidden to avoid bounty)

      2. find nazeem

      3. kill him in most brutal way possible

      4. reload and to it over again (optional)

      5. repeat step 4 as much as you want

      6. get out of the transformation

      7. teabag the victim

      8. stick arrows up his face

      9. start form step 1 for any other annoying people you want to kill

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    • 24.5.247.95 wrote:

      1. transfrom into a werewolf or vampire lord...

      That's just childish and unimaginative. Use your skull-jelly, and do something interesting.

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    • approach dragons/vampires and get them to kill Nazeem (also known as waiting for an attack) then kill the killer to destroy any evidence and make you look like the good guy

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    • I'm pretty sure I got him when I first turned werewolf in Whiterun. He was just there, in my way. Asking for it. I granted his wish.

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    • You can easily kill him if you drink a invisibility potion and shoot an arrow in his knee(u know what I mean huh?).

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    • Teh Sinastria wrote: You can easily kill him if you drink a invisibility potion and shoot an arrow in his knee(u know what I mean huh?).

      TBH, he was never an adventurer like me...

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    • I killed Nazeem by repeatedly throwing a cabbage at his knob with the telekenesis spell.

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    • How about killing him, and his arrogance, of a well deserved broken heart? Everyone must have noticed that his wife despises ( loathes?) his arrogant, pompous ass. Perhaps she is curious to find out if the Dragonborn's Dragon "Bone" is as big and HARD as everybody seems to believe, and would be easy to convince to try it herself. Then, simply arrange the " testing" to begin shortly before her husband comes home. No need for Frenzy spells.

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    • Chiaki Nanami wrote:
      And without Wabbajack?

      Then I wouldn't have a sweet roll collection made up of nazeem, a thalmor justiciar, a sentinal lurker, a seeker, a whiterun guard, a stormcloak soldier, grelod the kind, or a feral vampire, now would I? and yes, I kept track. Right now, I'm working on adding a werewolf to the collection (preferably either the guy in the brotherhood or someone from the inner circle)

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    • You can't actually kill someone this way, but if you could I would.

      Real murder: As he walked into TDH I jumped on the rafters, and shot an arrow in his knee. And face. And heart.

      What he derserves: My Argonian was on a stag night, after being married to Shahvee. I drank 6 litres of mead, sang songs with Sanguine (charming fellow that one), brawled with some random idiot, and finally went home. But, a redguard came up to me and uttered those horrendus words; Do you get to the cloud district very often? Oh, what am I saying, of course you don't. Well I sent him to the cloud district alright. I beat him down with my bear hands, breaking his cheeks and snapping his spine. I kicked him in the head while guards looked on, cheering for me. I cracked his skull and smashed his hands. Finally, I strangled him, watching as he turned blue. Actually, I left him barely alive, as I kidnapped him and dragged him to the cloud district. I stabbed him with my blade of woe in his legs, snapping the rest of his bones. But then I cast a healing spell on him, repeating the process 5 times. Then, I threw him down the steps, his skull shattering and his brain smashed to bits. I smiled as I walked away, content that Nazeem was no more.

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    • BeastSonic1304 wrote: You can't actually kill someone this way, but if you could I would.

      Real murder: As he walked into TDH I jumped on the rafters, and shot an arrow in his knee. And face. And heart.

      What he derserves: My Argonian was on a stag night, after being married to Shahvee. I drank 6 litres of mead, sang songs with Sanguine (charming fellow that one), brawled with some random idiot, and finally went home. But, a redguard came up to me and uttered those horrendus words; Do you get to the cloud district very often? Oh, what am I saying, of course you don't. Well I sent him to the cloud district alright. I beat him down with my bear hands, breaking his cheeks and snapping his spine. I kicked him in the head while guards looked on, cheering for me. I cracked his skull and smashed his hands. Finally, I strangled him, watching as he turned blue. Actually, I left him barely alive, as I kidnapped him and dragged him to the cloud district. I stabbed him with my blade of woe in his legs, snapping the rest of his bones. But then I cast a healing spell on him, repeating the process 5 times. Then, I threw him down the steps, his skull shattering and his brain smashed to bits. I smiled as I walked away, content that Nazeem was no more.

      This was inspired by someone, who I can't remeber, but boy was his funny!

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    • Nazeem was killed by a vampires in my game

      when i check his body, loads of gems

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    • I decapitated him, hit him some more, shot arrows at his corpse, looted everything of his body, dragged his corpse and head to the cloud district and Teabagged him in front of his wife for 3 hours. Then I resurrected him as a zombie, Shouted him back down to the plains district and finished him off again with a warhammer to the face. I then proceeded to hit his ashes for a while until I realized that it was in vain. I then deleted his ashes. II can safely say Nazeem is dead now.

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    • I encountered a glitch where i would dead thralled him and then killed him but he didn't turn into a pile of ash and the cycle repeat's its self. i then killed him about 20 times using unarmed, one-handed, and two-handed.

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    • I've killed him in every way that you could possibly think of. It helps that Bethesda gave me the gift of the "resurrect" command.

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    • I slaughtered everyone in the hold until the only one left was Nazeem. I then procedded to flood the entire city full of Dragur. Finally when I cleared the city out of Dragur I found his limp body and stripped it nekked while I spawned in his wife as I left her there to mourn as every in game month I enter and spawn in a dose of Dragur and rinse and repeat.

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    • The Hawk Killing Ox Eating Fox wrote:
      I slaughtered everyone in the hold until the only one left was Nazeem. I then procedded to flood the entire city full of Dragur. Finally when I cleared the city out of Dragur I found his limp body and stripped it nekked while I spawned in his wife as I left her there to mourn as every in game month I enter and spawn in a dose of Dragur and rinse and repeat.

      I don't think she'd mourn for him. I think she'd mourn for everyone else. Also, I was about to ask about the children and jarl, but then I saw the draugr thing. 

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    • I lured a Novice Necromancer to him and it killed him, turned his corpse into a pile of ashes, and then proceeded to walk away like a boss. That Necromancer is my idol.

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    • Step 1: Become Thane of Whiterun

      Step 2: Download Heartbreaker Mod

      Step 3: Beat Nazeem into Submission

      Step 4: Rip out his Heart in the middle of Whiterun

      Step 5: Get Away with it

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    • Deanscig wrote:
      Step 1: Become Thane of Whiterun

      Step 2: Download Heartbreaker Mod

      Step 3: Beat Nazeem into Submission

      Step 4: Rip out his Heart in the middle of Whiterun

      Step 5: Get Away with it

      Step 6: ???

      Step 7: Profit

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    • fury on idolf battle born and nazeem the go at it hardcore its hilarious and fury on heimskr very entertaining

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    • I made Nazeem a follower using console commands and sacrificed him upon the pillar for Boethiah. It was amusing hearing a woman's voice through the body of Nazeem. XD

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    • I use console commands to walk up to the height of the cloud district, move him to player, and drop him from the cloud district.

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    • vampires attacked whiterun while i was out adventuring then i came back to see the ONLY two people that died were him and his wife... just because of that i joined harkon

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    • I made my guy look exactly like nazeem, then used console commands to give my self every thing he had , went to whiterun killed him , used connsole commands to marry his wife , finaly took his place at annoying the heck out of people .

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    • It was a hard day. I dragged myself to Breezehome after drinking 15 bottles of nord mead in Jorrvaskr, and as I was walking to home, trying to look normal, I heard somebody saying ""Do you get to the Cloud District very often? Oh, what am I saying - of course you don't."  Filled with rage, I turn around my head, only to see a blurry figure laughing at me and commenting at my current state. Normally, I would punch him right in the face, but i was way too drunk to do anything, so i just ignored it, and walked straight to my house, crashing into my bed. Next day, I woke up and decided to take a stroll outside. Then i met Nazeem, saying to me the exact same words. Right then, i wanted to split him in half for saying that, but I decided that I should kill him in the worst way possible. Right after that, i spent my time observing him, learning his habits. I found an old journal which i would write my findings about him and after the murder, i planned to burn it, along with any incriminating evidence. Finaly, on a sunny day I went in a dark corner of the marketplace where nobody would see me. The plan was a simple one, through reverse-pickpocket, i would give him a dagger, then I proceeded to hit him with soul trap and frenzy at the same time, and let the guards and his wife finish him. When he has finally dead, and his soul bellonged to me, i took all his clothing and left him only with my journal. Then, i dragged his lifeless body all the way to the skyforge, where I tossed him in it's flames untill his body was beyond recognision and finally dumped his body in his bedroom, in the bed.                                                                                                                                                                                                                    That was, perhaps, one of the funniest moments in the entire game. Tbh, will be surprised if somebody would read the whole thing.

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    • I am on PC, let's just say I show him the cloud district


      Ii

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    • Shouted him off the cloud district

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    • Deadpool710 wrote:
      Especially in Riften, I love Riften, most corrupt city ever

      That because you haven't seen Brazil

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    • All of you guys are lame none of you did it right use the wabbajack and turn him nazeem into a sweetrole then give it to dagny.

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    • I used telekinesis, picked up the heaviest looking object i could that was in the market, and pulverized him with it :)

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    • I used Sheograth's Salad Fork (a knife enchanted with maximum power chaos and paralysis) and Sheograth's Butter Knife (a fork enchanted with maximum power chaos and firey soul trap).  I then used the black soul gem he was in to enchant a wooden sword with the weakest possible level of turn undead, and named it Nazeem.  I then carried it in front of me from Lakeview Manor all the way along the road to Whiterun, taking special care to place it next to each of the vegetables at Chillfurrow Farm as I harvested them, then held it while I sold his precious goods to the farmer at Pelagia Farm.  I then ceremoniously carried Nazeem through Whiterun.  Through the Drunken Huntsman that he slept in for some reason, through the market where he insulted the merchants daily, then up the stair up to the Winds District.  I then carried Nazeem through the Temple of Kynareth, where his wife worked tirelessly to provide for Whiterun while he did nothing for her or anyone else.  Finally, I carried Nazeem slowly and delibrately up the steps to the Cloud District, where I brought it before the Jarl.  I then waited, patiently, for the Jarl to turn his back, and then quickly reverse pickpocketed Nazeem to the Jarl, effectively stuffing him up the Jarl's backside.

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    • 71.229.90.132 wrote:
      He is always the first not agreesive NPC I kill. I do it in a sick twisted ritual kind of way. First, I get smithing to 30, and pick up Steel Smithing. I then build a Steel Dagger, improve it, enchant and then name it after who ever I am going to kill it with. I learn their daily habits, like were they are at what time, and where do they sleep. I always visit the local pub or inn and have a drink, what ever is on tap. The Drunken Huntsmen sold Honeybrew Meed, that did well. As Nazeem sleeps in the Drunken Huntsmen, I wait for him to go to bed, which is normally around 8:30pm, then sneak up and stab the newly forged dagger into his neck. I proceed to put the dagger into the target's inventory and wait for my arrest.


      I think I watch too much Dexter. 


      Personally I enjoy Soul Trapping him into his own dagger, and hanging him in one of my homes to imprison him eternally.

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    • I had just downed a bottle of sleeping tree sap, I was tripping balls and I got the headbutt cinematic kill, looted his body then Lydia and I killed about 10 guards before escaping

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    • I cast furry on his wife which forced him to kill her. After that he went back to sleep on the same bed that her dead body was on. 

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    • I like capturing his soul and putting keeping the soul in Azuras star until I can forge a powerful dagger then name it Nazeems fate and then use it as a weapon/gift.

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    • And another time I had used rage and hit him with the final kill trapping his soul and enchanting a orcish sky forge chest plate with his soul and naming it Nazeems suit and giving it a fire resistance and then dropping it firing ice spikes and using arrows and crossbow bolts into it and then burning it tossing it into water putting it on getting hit by a bunch of bandits and absorbing they're souls and enchanting orcish boots, helmet, and gloves naming the boots Nazeems bandit boots the helmet Tried to kill Nazeem and the gloves bandit soul gloves and tossing bandit soul gloves away and used my old orcish gloves I killed Nazeem with and picked the Bandit gloves up and killed a army of stormcloack at the stormcloack camp near solitude and piled they're bodies up (except the unkillable guy) and fired ice spikes and put Nazeem set armor on Lydia and got her killed by the unkillable guy and threw they're bodies into a lake while electrifying them and walked to Nazeems corpse in the catacombs and looted his stuff and put A Greater soul gem like the one I stole Nazeems soul with and left it there for a message. And sold his loot.

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    • 173.238.41.61 wrote: And another time I had used rage and hit him with the final kill trapping his soul and enchanting a orcish sky forge chest plate with his soul and naming it Nazeems suit and giving it a fire resistance and then dropping it firing ice spikes and using arrows and crossbow bolts into it and then burning it tossing it into water putting it on getting hit by a bunch of bandits and absorbing they're souls and enchanting orcish boots, helmet, and gloves naming the boots Nazeems bandit boots the helmet Tried to kill Nazeem and the gloves bandit soul gloves and tossing bandit soul gloves away and used my old orcish gloves I killed Nazeem with and picked the Bandit gloves up and killed a army of stormcloack at the stormcloack camp near solitude and piled they're bodies up (except the unkillable guy) and fired ice spikes and put Nazeem set armor on Lydia and got her killed by the unkillable guy and threw they're bodies into a lake while electrifying them and walked to Nazeems corpse in the catacombs and looted his stuff and put A Greater soul gem like the one I stole Nazeems soul with and left it there for a message. And sold his loot.

      And I forgot I sold it at the clothing store in solitude and left there. And then took the gloves I killed Nazeem with and named it Nazeems doom doom and enchanted it with Svens soul and extra Magica.
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    • I made him essential, stabbed him, poisoned him, electrocuted him, froze him, then I made him non-essential and burned him to death, and stole his clothes...

      ...and then I revived him, for more fun! HahahahahaHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

      I then stabbed him with Hellfire and he burned. Then I proceeded to use Telekinesis to pick up a basket and started hitting him in the face with it. I then threw his corpse at a chicken in Rorikstead.


      Being a psychopath in Skyrim is fun.....hehehehehehehehe......

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    • Everytime I went to Whiterun, I punched him in the face and ran away from the guards. One day, the punch killed the jerk.

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    • Master of the Night wrote:
      Everytime I went to Whiterun, I punched him in the face and ran away from the guards. One day, the punch killed the jerk.

      Are you One-punch-man ?

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    • after that I'm gonna kill myself

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    • I don't stay in Whiterun for a long time so I kill him early in the game, usually I one-shot him when he's an asshole to the other inhabitants in the middle of the market. My one rule is that since I like Elrindir, I don't want to create any mess in his shop.

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    • I just killed him (and most other NPCs) as a Vampire Lord, then I reanimated him and let the guards kill him again.

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    • I ran right up to him in the food market in front of the Bannered Mare during the light of day, swiftly unsheathed my Blade of Woe and plunged it deep into his chest whilst screaming For the Lin Kuei! at the top of my lungs.

      To which ran out the Whiterun gates with a couple dozen Steel Arrows lodged in my back.

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    • Purrington wrote:
      I ran right up to him in the food market in front of the Bannered Mare during the light of day, swiftly unsheathed my Blade of Woe and plunged it deep into his chest whilst screaming For the Lin Kuei! at the top of my lungs.

      To which ran out the Whiterun gates with a couple dozen Steel Arrows lodged in my back.

      Lin Kuei you say?

      Scorpion wont be happy with you...

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    • Hank.j.Wimbleton wrote: Scorpion wont be happy with you...

      No one I know would be unhappy with Nazeem's demise.

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    • King of Skyrim wrote:
      I killed him with Dawnbreaker (satisfying)

      Then turned him into a dead thrall (more satisfying)

      Then made him attack a Thalmor patrol (freaking awesome)!!!!!!!!!!!!


      huh?

      i killed and chop hios head off (bryuytal)

      user command comands to revive him (geniuys)

      and kill him all over again (borinbg)

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    • I used console commands to make Nazeem be registered as a friend to my character, then proceeded to kill him publicly as part of a mod to unlock the Mangekyo Sharingan after killing a close ally.

      What? I wasn't going to waste a follower or spouse to unock Amaterasu, Tsukiyomi, and Susanoo. That would be unreasonable.

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    • I don't kill Nazeem; he's half as annoying as Heimskr.

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    • Me, I killed him by casting fury on him, and letting the guards kill him. Can't speak for everyone though.

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    • Stashed Jon's letter from olfina on him, then used fury on Jon and olfina.

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    • 66.159.116.125 wrote:
      Sky Above,Voice Within wrote:
      What person, i see you watch Adventure Time as well.Nazeem getting mauled is always a magnificent sight.
      I'm sure almost everyone on this wiki watches Adventure Time. I watch it as well.

      me too m8

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    • I didn't kill him but I used Better Vampires to enthrall him, strip him and force him to stay in the cloud district naked forever :)

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    • This time I didn't kill him, I've push people to do it. I don't understand why people from Whiterun needed help to want to kill him.

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    • Probably because he seems wealthy

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    • Kill him, take his soul into a gem, enchant the weapon that killed him with his soul, take that weapon to river, leave it at the botom... forever

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    • I murdered him while he was headed to the cloud district and named my iron dagger Nadeem and dropped it off high hrothgar

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    • Best way to kill Nazeem:

      Perfec Touch clothes off.

      Kill wife and all other people in the Drunken Huntsman, except Joanna.

      Do not kill him, but infitely keep htting him to point of near death,healing hands to just above one hit, repeat.

      behead the twat.

      take the body to a lake somewhere.

      drag it out every once in a while,

      BTW does anyone have a problem with Gerdur from Riverwood appearing dead and naked outside the town?

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    • 203.45.139.87 wrote:
      Best way to kill Nazeem:

      Perfec Touch clothes off.

      Kill wife and all other people in the Drunken Huntsman, except Joanna.

      Do not kill him, but infitely keep htting him to point of near death,healing hands to just above one hit, repeat.

      behead the twat.

      take the body to a lake somewhere.

      drag it out every once in a while,

      BTW does anyone have a problem with Gerdur from Riverwood appearing dead and naked outside the town?

      perfect touch while asleep

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    • 203.45.139.87 wrote:
      203.45.139.87 wrote:
      Best way to kill Nazeem:

      Perfec Touch clothes off.

      Kill wife and all other people in the Drunken Huntsman, except Joanna.

      Do not kill him, but infitely keep htting him to point of near death,healing hands to just above one hit, repeat.

      behead the twat.

      take the body to a lake somewhere.

      drag it out every once in a while,

      BTW does anyone have a problem with Gerdur from Riverwood appearing dead and naked outside the town?

      perfect touch while asleep

      repeat for as many satisfying minutes, and also, what I meant to say was teabag the body after you drag it out every once in a whle. R.I.P nazeemand Heismkr

      Rest in Pieces

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    • I watched him closely, follwed him, learned his route. I then attacked him with the marked for death shout. Then I ran away, killed everyone else and ruled Whiterun. Mwhahahahaha! I did the same to Aerin and Riften, and with everyone else who annoyed me. Then I got bored and went back to a previous save and just killed Nazeem, and Aerin, and that guard who asked if someone stole my sweet roll...

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    • I decapitated him and threw his head into the lake under dragons reach and then I placed the body over the well it was an enjoyable time.

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    • When I was on my friend's house (he has Skyrim on PC, I have only on console) we spawned Nazeem on the top of Darklight Tower and fus ho dahed him off it, only to then hunt his body down. Turns out he survived, so we just burned him alive and placed the remains on that farm owned by some altmer.

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    • Ottoman Hold
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    • I used the TC command, use the TCL, then flew him on top of dragonsreach, and then fus ro dah'd him off the castle, out the walls and his body fell through the map.

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    • Forseer wrote: I used the TC command, use the TCL, then flew him on top of dragonsreach, and then fus ro dah'd him off the castle, out the walls and his body fell through the map.

      My second time is when I mauled him as a werewolf, used cmds to become a vampire, resurrected him with cmds, then drained his blood, became a werewolf, and mauled him. RIP

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    • I usually play golf with him. You know with the ice spike spell? When I use it on someone they go flying. Sometimes it's the same with the fireball. Anyway, what I do is that I get him to go near the stairs to the Cloud Distric, I cast ice spike on him (preferably his head for extra "launching" power) and he goes FLYING over to the Cloud Distric. You can get a whole in one from launching him over the Cloud Distric, or sending him to the "real cloud distric" as others in the chat say.

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    • Hopefully, pretty soon, i'll make an iron dagger named Nazeem, go into the Drunken Huntsman at night, slit his innocent little throat with my dagger, take all his valuables and clothes, plant the Nazzem dagger in his inventory, drag his body out into the streets, and set up a circle of candlesticks around him, and wait for the authorities to find him. Final idea was greatly influenced by other posts.

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    • I casted furry on him as well as soul trap and used his soul on a ring and trapped it in a vault, he will never go to the cloud distrct again!

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    • I love the dark brotherhood (It was better in Oblivion than Skyrim but it's still good in Skyrim) I plan my murders to the letter. On my assassin character have 100 Illusion, Sneak, Lockpicking, Smithing, Enchanting, Alchemy, Light Armor, Destruction, Conjuration, Alteration, One Handed and usually more.

      Here is my checklist.

      1. I always leave a skull on the person I kill.

      2. I always follow them around and note their sleeping times and other routines.

      3. I always soul trap the target and keep their soul in my trophy room or on me.

      I often choose many different ways to kill my targets.

      I might reverse pickpocket poisons into my target's inventories, they might be paralysis, frenzy or just normal poison.

      I might cast a fury spell on them and have other people kill them. It can be fun to reverse pickpocket armor and weapons into the person's inventory which makes them harder to kill or even make them walk around naked for days before kiling them.

      Sometimes I will kill a friend of theirs before ressurecting them and making them kill the target. I might summon an atronach or familiar to kill them.

      I may even plant a rune somewhere in their path so that they walk into it (Frenzy and Poison runes are very interesting)

      Paralysis, Ash Shell or Ice Form can be used to Immobilise an enemy before using heal other and a weapon to deal more damage to enemies without them dying too fast.

      Fear and Calm are quite fun to control a target before killing them or luring them into a trap.

      Being a vampire and feeding off a target is also interesting.

      Shouting people off of high places is very fun especially if you have used stealthy methods to get them up there.

      Using killcam mods is essential for a satisfying kill.

      If I plan on killing the person myself. I create a weapon. I then improve it before enchanting it and naming it after the person I will kill. I find that bows and daggers are the most fun but poisons are also great. If I use a dead thrall to kill someone (especially if they are a friend of the target) I give them the weapon I have made.

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    • Sometimes I steal a person's personal weapons and kill them with them. If you have the the Telekinesis spell you can kill people with ordinary objects that belong them. There is something oddly satisfying about killing someone with the cheese wheel they were eating five minutes ago.

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    • Decacipation is pretty fun if you plan on moving the body into an interesting location eg leant against a table in The Drunken Huntsman with a tankard in their hand as if they hadn't died a few seconds ago because of my poison.

      Playin with a head is very fun, take the head, remove every possesion, lift it up in the air and shoot an arrow at it just after letting go.

      People will stroke bodies left in the open  which makes for some interesting prospects.

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    • I created a mass destruction character on a friend of mine's PC, and he had a mod that made all essential characters in the game  unessential. Activated God Mode, got a nice Volendrung with CC and killed all of Skyrim, literally. For Nazeem, I paralyzed him and killed everyone in Whiterun, and then cleared my massive bounty with CC. I allowed him to walk around Whiterun seeing everyone he liked to annoy dead (a shame he didn't go into the Cloud District to stick his nose in the Jarl's dead backside) and then morphed him into a Dremora using the Wabbajack. I put on Legendary and raised the entire market with a Ritual Stone power. He killed most of them before the legendary Daedric Lord Nazeem was finally banished to Oblivion.

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    • I walked up to him stabbed him and took his soul, put him and an enchantment onto my radiant raiment outfit i got from that misc quest i always wear it to the cloud district.

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    • Soul trap him, then put the soul gem into the toilet buckets at Fort Greymoor.

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    • Well, first off i kill him with soultrap get his soul then i take his weapon usually a dagger then i go to farengars enchanting table i put his soul in the dagger and he becomes a prize trophy of mine also when i craft the dagger farengar says "i remember my first days as an enchanter" which subtly tells me "aha you've taken up the title of soul weaponry" thats how i kill him its fun :D

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    • First, followed him around. Learnt his schedule. Killed his wife with a dagger I pickpocketed from him and left it on his bedside table. The next day, as he was strolling through the cloud district. I cast a fury spell on him and watched guards tear him apart. I then tea bagged him and then resurrected him using Dead Thrall so he could forever be my servant.

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    • I got my one handed skill up to 50, purchased the "Savage Strike" perk, and decapitated I'm after hearing "do you go up to the cloud district often? Of course you don't" one too many times. Was in broad daylight, now I'm doing thieves guild quests till I can bribe the guards. Or maybe I'll go back now that they've hopefully calmed down and I can just go to jail since I have nothing of value on me now that I have deposited everything.

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    • 63.226.107.228 wrote: I got my one handed skill up to 50, purchased the "Savage Strike" perk, and decapitated I'm after hearing "do you go up to the cloud district often? Of course you don't" one too many times. Was in broad daylight, now I'm doing thieves guild quests till I can bribe the guards. Or maybe I'll go back now that they've hopefully calmed down and I can just go to jail since I have nothing of value on me now that I have deposited everything.

      This was me, I didn't realize I wasn't logged in.

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    • On my Breton profile, I needed to frame a murder on the Dawnguard (I sided with Castle Volkihar). Garen said that a high profile citizen, like a priest, or an upper class snob would be best. There wasn't a priest left (Heimskr had tragicly been poisoned by me 5 days earlier), so I settled on the richest, snobiest person there was: Nazeem. I approached him as he sat down in the Drunken Huntsman. I sat down on the same table as him. He stared at me, and began telling me of his farm. He then said that gods-for-saken line (you know which one I mean). Serana sat down next to me and glared at him. I stood up, and summoned a sword. It's menacing blue light glowed down onto his spiteful face. He stood up, and began to walk away. The next thing he knew, his head had flown accross to Jenessa's table, and landed perfectly in the gourd bowl. As I placed a note on his body (the note blamed the murder on the Dawnguard), four guards rushed in. I simply sat down and said: "Fine, I'll pay off my bounty". The guards didn't say anything after that, and I celebrated with a bottle if alto wine.

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    • i used vampires command from better vampires or sacrosanct( cant remember which one), and told him to die and watched him slowly die

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    • The DonkeyBorn
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    • I love being a psycopath. I take such joy in killing people and hurting them. My killing of Nazeem was very, very sick.

      First, i went to Moarthal and bought a black soul gem from Falion. Then, i went back to Whiterun and waited for Nazeem. I was walking up the stares when Nazeem walked right by me and said his famous line. I was so filled with rage that, without hesitation, i used soul tare on him and stole his steel dagger. I than used my status as thane to get out of the situation. I then proceded to Dragonsreach and used the arcane enchanter to infuse Nazeem's soul with his dagger and renamed it, "Nazeem The Prick". Then, in broad daylight, i walked up behind his wife, and killed her with Nazeem The Prick. After i did jail time, i dragged Ahlam's body to the skyforge and from her ashes, i made an iron dagger and enchanted it and renamed it Ahlam The Great. Both now hang on my weapon's rack. Ahlam is now in the afterlife, but Nazeem is doomed to sit in my house, forever!

      Also, when i killed Ahlam, i went to jail, then after that everyone was crowded around her body, a guard even asked me if i had anything to do with this. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. I wonder who's next?

      >:)

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    • Chiaki Nanami wrote:
      I never kill him permanently. On purpose, anyways. I always load my last save if he dies, or I save before I murder him.

      What you should do is keep that save seperate from the others and just murder Nazeem over and over again.

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    • The DonkeyBorn wrote:
      I love being a psycopath. I take such joy in killing people and hurting them. My killing of Nazeem was very, very sick.

      First, i went to Moarthal and bought a black soul gem from Falion. Then, i went back to Whiterun and waited for Nazeem. I was walking up the stares when Nazeem walked right by me and said his famous line. I was so filled with rage that, without hesitation, i used soul tare on him and stole his steel dagger. I than used my status as thane to get out of the situation. I then proceded to Dragonsreach and used the arcane enchanter to infuse Nazeem's soul with his dagger and renamed it, "Nazeem The Prick". Then, in broad daylight, i walked up behind his wife, and killed her with Nazeem The Prick. After i did jail time, i dragged Ahlam's body to the skyforge and from her ashes, i made an iron dagger and enchanted it and renamed it Ahlam The Great. Both now hang on my weapon's rack. Ahlam is now in the afterlife, but Nazeem is doomed to sit in my house, forever!

      Also, when i killed Ahlam, i went to jail, then after that everyone was crowded around her body, a guard even asked me if i had anything to do with this. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. I wonder who's next?

      >:)

      I forgot, after i killed them, i went to Nazeem's farm, killed his cow, his farmhand, and his FUCKING CHICKENS THE LITTTLE BASTARDS with a crossbow. And now that i have Azura's Star, my murdering and soul stealing can go unhindered.

      Mwahahahahahhahahahahhahahahahhahhha!

      I also killed Belethor and that annoying beggar, i always enchant a weapon with the souls of my victims as a trophy.

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    • I created a Deadly Paralysis Poison and put it in his pocket. After the poison took effect and he fell down paralyzed I cast Invisibility then quickly switched to Mayhem and watched as everyone attacked him. It was oddly comforting, watching Nazeem be ripped apart by the townsfolk. He always mocks everyone, and it felt good knowing that they were getting revenge and the guards wouldn't do nothing. It was comforting to realize that this suspicious man was being torn apart by the very people he feeds.

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    • I had a mod that adds a spell to temporarily make them a follower and led him into a trap where he fell 200 feet into spikes. I was falling out a chair laughing?

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    • Unrelenting Force

      tcl

      turn off AI

      tcl

      he is now stuck in his beloved cloud district. I shouted him into the stairs, so he can finally be the Jarl's doormat.

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    • Question : is there a way to kill him without having Elrindir hating you? Because I think even if you kill someone from the Drunken Huntsman OUTSIDE the building he knows (I'm sure at least for his brother) ...

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    • Nazeem used to be a bigheaded snob, until he took an arrow to the back...

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    • One of the few regrets i have in life is not creating a permanant save to kill Nazeem over and over again, now i have to be content with my elaborate murder plot.

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    • Just spawn him again with console

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    • i play on the 360, i can't afford a PC

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    • Netch Jelly + Orange Dartwing + Imp Stool. All that time drinking away his fortune in the Bannered Mare didn't prepare him for my Netch Jelly Madira.

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    • I killed him once, but it wasnt that special so I decided to go above and beyond, I brought him back which took some time. Then I let him settle back into normal life for a couple hours, then I killed him again, but this time I took his soul and put it in a soul gem, I then enchanted a dagger with his soul called it nazeem, waited for his wife to go to sleep and then killed her with the knife enchanted by her husbands soul. Hes dead now again but whenever Im bored I bring him back to life to stab him again.

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    • I also killed Nazeem's wife with a dagger enchanted with his soul, but i did it in the open and only really got in trouble when killing Ahlam, my stor