Busy session! This one was all about running Dead Men’s Respite and bringing King Olaf’s verse back to the Bard’s College, and accomplishing the first of the “go get an instrument” quests. With a side helping of starting the museum quest in Dawnstar, taking out a bandit chief at Broken Helm Hollow, and coming to the attention of Brynjolf in Riften!
Moved the Dawnguard plot further along in this one, by saving Dexion Evicus, recovering a schematic for Sorine, and then returning with Serana to Castle Volkihar in search of her mother.
With a hefty side helping of surprise mercy to some Thalmor who don’t know how close they came to getting stabbed by pissed off dremora. 😉
Another fairly low-key session, since although this was a Friday night session, I had to get up in the morning to go to chiro, and couldn’t stay up until stupid-o’clock playing Skyrim!
So mostly, this was just wandering around doing training, crafting, and general adventuring, accompanied by housecarl Calder!
This was a short-ish session, being a Sunday night run, so I didn’t have much time to explore anywhere in depth. So my main intention was to get the third aetherium shard, and other than that? Just wander around and see what adventure I could come across!
This session saw the conclusion of the Potema plot, and my officially becoming one of Elisif’s thanes in Solitude! With a side helping of battling necromancers at Fort Snowhawk.
Yet another “general adventuring and crafting” type session, but featuring doing the Restoration Ritual Quest, and doing quite a bit of treasure hunting.
Twitter thread from 5/8/2021, in which Alarrah investigates a Redguard in hiding, goes on a roadtrip to Morthal, kills quite a few bandits, and discovers a vampire problem in Morthal.
When last we left our heroine Alarrah the Dragonborn in Skyrim:— Angela Korra'ti (@annathepiper) May 8, 2021
1. Safely back in Whiterun, discovered that BOY HOWDY do I not have enough gold yet to buy a house. Time to do some more quests!
This post was written on 3/16/2022, but is backdated to the time of the tweet thread for organizational purposes.