Most of the action of this session was just general adventuring and crafting—up to the part where I got back to Markarth, and ran the Forsworn Conspiracy/No One Escapes Cidhna Mine! plot again.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Foils a Conspiracy and Escapes Cidhna Mine”
This was a big crunchy session, with three main overall things I did: running the Angarvunde dungeon, doing the Cursed Tribe Daedric quest, and finally properly clearing Arcwind Point.
Killed not one, not two, but three Revered Dragons. Fortunately not all at once. And now I have a very, very large hammer. As well as an increased appreciation for using magic both offensively and defensively!Continue reading “In Which Merawen Aids a Treasure-Seeker and the Largashbur Orc Stronghold”
This was a short session because Sunday night, so all I had to time to do really was run the Forelost dungeon. With a side helping of loot selling, and buying level 68 training!Continue reading “In Which Merawen Slays the Dragon Priest Rahgot”
Another low-key session as I continue to look for remaining things I can do before I finish out the main plot. Main action of this run was going to High Gate Ruins for the quest called A Scroll for Anska, but I also got in some exploration along the northeastern coast of the Sea of Ghosts, and found some spots I hadn’t found before!
And I reset my Smithing, and did a boatload of creation of things and purchasing of training to work on building it back up.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Explores North of Windstad and South of Riften”
This session turned out to be focused entirely on a jaunt back to Skyrim proper. I’d gone over intending to do a circuit of all the houses and sell things, but a couple of surprises turned up!
Not the least of which was my very first incident of having to fight a dragon right inside Solitude.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Tells Sapphire About Her Father, and Slays a Dragon in Solitude”
Very eventful session! This saw my girl Merawen marrying Jenassa, the Dunmer mercenary who is perhaps the one person in all of Skyrim who really gets her. Except maybe also Karliah, and the game won’t let me marry Karliah! So Jenassa it is. :D
Also adopted two children this time, Sofie from Windhelm, and Runa from the Riften orphanage.
And last but not least, ran two more side quests for the Dawnguard! And got in some practice using Dawnguard spells and weaponry to take out the undead.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Marries Jenassa, Adopts Children, and Quests for the Dawnguard”
This session was predominantly about doing side quests for the Dawnguard—but with a side helping of getting the party started for the Dragonborn plotline as well. Because Merawen’s now visited Solstheim a second time, and she’s experienced firsthand some of the creepiness involved with what’s going on with the All-Maker Stones there. Muahaha.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Saves a Priest of Arkay and Returns to Solstheim”
Mostly familiar territory again in this session, only this time, there was more mileage of stuff done in different ways. Not the killing of the Dragon Priest Hevnoraak–that did go pretty much as it had done for Alarrah–but I got some fun variations of events once I returned to the Dawnguard plotline and got Serana at my back.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Slays a Dragon Priest and Quests for the Dawnguard”
I’m now to the point in Merawen’s playthrough that I’ve hit about all the unfamiliar stuff I expect to hit with this character. So unless further radiant quests send me to dungeons I haven’t run before, most if not all of Merawen’s coming posts will be territory Alarrah also covered.
What commentary I have in the posts will reflect that accordingly. I’ll focus just on talking about new-to-Merawen stuff.
A fair amount of plot action in this as I moved the main plot along, but also finished up the quest about the White Phial. And a lot of this was familiar territory–but not all of it!
Details as always behind the fold.Continue reading “In Which Merawen Visits Paarthurnax, Repairs the White Phial, and Seeks an Elder Scroll”