Elder scrolls skyrim find the redguard woman
The Dragonborn encounters some Alik'r warriors in search of a Redguard woman. They must choose whether to believe the warriors, and return the woman to custody, or trust the fugitive, and kill her pursuers. Either option offers a decent monetary reward. At any time after starting the main quest " Dragon Rising ," the Dragonborn will encounter Alik'r Warriors on the roads of Skyrim or at the entrance to Whiterun, arguing with the town guard for entry to the city.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Skyrim: Finding the Redguard Woman
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Where is the Redguard woman you have to find in Whiterun?
Return to V - Skyrim. Find the Redguard woman - which side did you take? Some werewolf killed them in my game - it was kinda' horrifying. I hope they come back. They tell you that if you find her, they will be waiting in Riften. Nobody decent hangs out in Riften. If I'd have been sent after her she would have died a slow, painful death for aiding the Thalmor. That, and the Alik'r actually seemed genuinely sincere and honest with the dialogue before and after her capture.
Yeah they hung out in a bandit cave Talking to the guards after the quest shows animosity on their part towards the Alik'r, and it doesn't seem justified except that the Alik'r are "foreigners" to them.
Anyway, I now have the 2 permanent Al'akir warriors at the Whiterun Gates and I am wondering if you can kill them and they will go away?
She looks and sounds to be around that age. Did she sell them out as a little child? Not to mention they were with bandits, which makes them seem untrustworthy. To me, both stories are fishy. Both are lying. Probably some house conflict with nothing to do with the Thalmor, and they're both using "they're with the Thalmor!
Sorry Sadia! If she was dangerous and guilty, then she would of instantly killed you once you told her with the Alikri warriors. She must have to done it for a good reason, who knows?
Stole their swords and have them sitting on my table in my house. She even mentions how she's been on the run for years before being able to "settle" in Whiterun. Also, if you listen to the bandits, they don't like having the Alik'r with them.
The Alik'r are really just using the same cave as a base, that's it. Kematu might have been chosen because of his race. Spoiler By siding with the Alik'r agents and delivering Saadia to them, Thalmor agents begin to come after you.
This confirms that she is in fact a Thalmor agent and NOT innocent. Now, I was thinking Saadia wants my scaly tail now If I help the Redguards capture her then there really isn't anyone left and a Dark Brotherhood assassin always comes after me a few days later.
Just based on the ending, I'd rather help her just to have more people around in the game and I can't loot the DB armor. I kind of like seeing her work in the Inn. Course the right thing to do is turn her in Upon further inspection, her story just doesn't check out. A redguard in Hammerfell could literally speak out against anybody, and not have to resort to hiding out in skyrim.
Hate the Forebears, flee to Crown territory. Hate the crowns, flee to forebear territory. Hate the empire, flee to crown territory. Hate the Thalmor? So does the rest of Hammerfell. That is unless she exposed a network of traitors working with the Thalmor and those guards were sent after her to find out how much she knows Damn, maybe I'm overthinking this I kept her alive my first playthrough since she was the only redguard woman around for miles, and I wan't sure if you could marry her.
However, it didn't seem to matter who I helped because there were no consequences for the actions That is the thing which is missing from this game There are now alikr stationed in whiterun and I run into them periodically throughout Skyrim, after I killed kematu or whatever his name is.
In the game, the girl dsaid if you kill the leader the rest will split, but they are still around Don't get it Edited for grammar.
What is the "good" choice in the Redguard woman quest?
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Upon entering Whiterun for the first time you will overhear a couple of Alik'r Warriors talking to the Whiterun Guards about locating a Redguard woman. It turns out that they have been barred from entering the city, and one of them even has been to jail. Speak to them and they will request your help. It is also possible to encounter Alik'r warriors harassing any number of Redguard women throughout Skyrim.
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Reward : written by Blackdove86 , not checked. After Irileth informs the jarl about the dragon attacking the Western Watchtower during Dragon Rising , you may come across guards looking for a Redguard woman in the city. You may also observe an argument between Whiterun guards and Alik'r Warriors regarding their presence in the hold, or you may find Alik'r Warriors interrogating Redguard women in the Skyrim wilderness. Speak with the Alik'r to start the quest. Go to The Bannered Mare. The Redguard is a woman named Saadia. She will be wandering about the inn and may walk up to you asking if you are hungry. When you mention the Alik'r, she asks you to follow her to her room, where you can speak in private. As you get there, she draws her dagger against you.
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The initial part of this mission consists in finding Saadia. After that, you may choose how you want to behave towards the woman - help her or continue the quest and turn her over to Redguards. If you have completed the Dragon Rising main quest, upon heading Whiterun you should come across a couple Redguards wanting to get inside the city. The guards won't be willing to let them in, so the Nomads will have to turn back.
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