Skyrim talk:Quests

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why is there art of a word wall here? --Halfstache 21:29, 2 October 2011 (UTC)

I was just trying to add a bit of embellishment to pages, and that image seemed to work for quests. I suppose there's a hint of puzzle-solving and discovery that seemed more appropriate than most of the combat-type or landscape-type images that we have for the game so far. But I'm assuming that nearly all of the images we're using right now are just placeholders until we can start collecting our own screenshots. If anyone has any better suggestions, feel free to replace it. --NepheleTalk 21:50, 2 October 2011 (UTC)
I don't like images for the sake of images, but that one seems to sum up the epic nature of the game - at least as far as we know so far. For Oblivion, an image of a gate closing would be great, but even my best efforts (File:OB-scene-One Less Gate.jpg) don't quite work. rpeh •TCE 22:15, 2 October 2011 (UTC)


Any updates on the quests yet? — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 19:54 on 12 November 2011 (GMT)

I finished the Thieves Guild storyline, so I added a list of quests (In order). I'm not sure about writing the guide, though, so I'll leave that for a more experienced writer(s) --AceBenson 15:15, 13 November 2011 (UTC)
I haven't tried editing a wiki before but I have the guide writing down. I expect to be torn apart for asking this but is there a help page for all the codes for linking etc.? --Ikthyace 18:18, 5 December 2011 (GMT)

Bard's College[edit]

Is the Bard's College in Solitude considered a faction? I expected to see it listed here. -- Wordmama 05:28, 17 November 2011 (UTC)

It's listed on the Factions page, and has its own article, but at this point the article contains no information, and I haven't heard anything about quests offered as part of the faction. Until there's some indication that there's an entire quest line (not just a single quest, but multiple quests, as with the factions listed here), it's premature to add the faction to this page. --NepheleTalk 19:17, 17 November 2011 (UTC)
Bit of a mess here, I guess – we have a “Bard’s College” faction page, and a “Bards College” place page. Earlier today, I moved the sparse info from the faction page to the place page and added the related quests and some inhabitants. I was pretty sure the faction page was misspelled, but in any case, we probably need one page only, especially for fleshing out quests and inhabitants. Oh, and it’s spelled “Bards College” in-game, so that is probably correct. --Krusty 19:24, 17 November 2011 (UTC)
Ah, got it now; I was looking in the wrong place. There are several little quests connected with the Bards College, but not a major quest line -- just fetching musical objects for some of the teachers individually. And you can't even take lute lessons (grin). -- Wordmama 23:26, 17 November 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, they give you some radiant quests after the one main quest, but nothing after that. Theoretically however it still is a questline, since you must do the first quest and then get more, which you can do all of. Up to the admins whether that qualifies as a faction. -- SV — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 07:11 on 21 November 2011 (GMT)
For now, we decided to make a redirect from the Faction page to the Place page, just to keep the sparse info under "one roof". There's only one initiation quest and three (bugged) Objectives related to the Faction, so the place page may end up being the only one in existence. If you have anything to add about the College, please add it there. --Krusty 07:26, 21 November 2011 (UTC)

Separate Nine (Eight) Divines quests?[edit]

Similar to the Daedra quests it seems the Divines have quests directly related to them. Does every one of them have a related quest, or just a few? -- SV — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 07:13 on 21 November 2011 (GMT)

Forsworn Quests[edit]

Should this really be on the list? Both of the quests listed would be better described as Markarth quests. --Lovless510 13:17, 28 November 2011 (UTC)

I agree both of those quests would be better as Markarth quests. Not sure of there are other Forsworn quests however. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 23:27 on 29 November 2011 (GMT)
I agree as well. I have torn apart Markarth and the surrounding area found nothing more, even after coming to a free Madanach (though I will try again and see if the civil war affects anything) There are 2 other quests related to the Forsworn, being Kolskegger Mine and the Red Eagle, that are not listed here but they all occur in the Reach and thus could fit under Markarth. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 18:09 on 5 December 2011 (GMT)
I'm of a similar mind, and since nobody has disagreed yet, I'll make the change. ThuumofReason 21:25, 23 January 2012 (UTC)

Orc Settlements[edit]

They are small in terms of quests and such, but between them they have enough to at least warrant a page. Thoughts? I also couldn't find them at all through this page, but I may have simply overlooked them or searched the wrong groupings. If they are somewhere through this page then where are they? — Unsigned comment by Ikthyace (talkcontribs) at 18:15 on 5 December 2011 (GMT)

Do they have any quests besides The Cursed Tribe and The Forgemaster's Fingers? The Cursed Tribe is covered under Daedric. The Forgemaster's Fingers does not appear to be covered but it is a radiant quest and would probably go better in the miscellaneous catagory. Perhaps there should be a radiant quests section under miscellaneous? Coronus 21:42, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
I have yet to explore them all, but there is one in the South in Reach which involves giving a daughter her mother's blade. Depending on what I find in the remaining settlements I will be back, but there is probably also a turn in ore quest in the one to the West given the mine and every chieftain thus so far has been willing to brawl me except for the Daedric camp, where I haven't tried due to the whole "Kill the leader or let the giant do it for you" thing. Also a follower in each one so far except, once again, Daedric camp (haven't tried for same reason) Ikthyace 23:48, 6 December 2011 (UTC)

Skyrim:Kyne's Sacred Trials[edit]

Any thoughts on what to do with this quest? It doesn't seem appropriate to place it under miscellaneous since it has its own quest tab in the journal. It starts in Froki's Shack so it doesn't fit in any city or settlement listing. It could be a divines quest (Kyne = Kynareth). Thoughts? Coronus 18:32, 6 December 2011 (UTC)

I thought it was a Divine's quest as well, perhaps there is one for each Divine somewhere out there after all. Ikthyace 23:48, 6 December 2011 (UTC)
It doesn't come up under the miscellaneous quest heading. It's either a side quest, or maybe a Divines? Very tame for a Divines quest, though! Note: On the Xbox, once you finish this quest by killing the Guardian Troll and return to Froki, if you complete the quest you cannot (at least, I could not) return his bow to him. Return the bow first (he'll give it back to you) and THEN complete the quest by telling him you've killed the troll. Oshaugm 00:18, 12 December 2011 (UTC)

Sideways Achievement[edit]

Hey guys! Love the wiki and have spent countless number of hours on here as I played through Skyrim and Oblivion! If it would save some time, it would be nice to see those quests deemed "Side Quests" by Skyrim in order to get the achievement. You cannot just do 10 of the ones that fall under the "Miscellaneous" tab, you have to do the named ones that fall into the quests. They also have to have the design of the "uncategorized" (like the design for Thiefs, Daedric, etc).

Just a bit of advice for others! Thanks! — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 17:58 on 13 December 2011 (GMT)

Side Quests[edit]

Hey, I'm aiming for 100% achievements before new content is released. Trouble is the side quests. I cannot find any that fall under that category. I have 100+ misc quests, and like 97 quests completed on top of multiple fractions. However, only 6 side quests. A comprehensive list of quests that fall under "Side quests" would be fantastic. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 11:11 on 18 December 2011 (GMT)

Alright, I went and looked. Per the strategy guide, the Side Quests are:
  • A Return to Your Roots
  • The Forsworn Conspiracy
  • No One Escapes Cidhna Mine (requires Forsworn Conspiracy)
  • Laid to Rest
  • Rising at Dawn
  • Promises to Keep
  • Unfathomable Depths
  • The Golden Claw
  • Lights Out!
  • The Man Who Cried Wolf
  • The Wolf Queen Awakened
  • In My Time of Need
  • Missing in Action
  • Blood on the Ice
  • Repairing the Phial
  • Rise in the East
  • The White Phial
  • Captured Critters - no specific area, does not appear on quest menu
  • Forbidden Legend - different ways to start it, try College of Winterhold Under Saarthal
  • Kyne's Sacred Trials - go see Froki to start it
  • Masks of the Dragon Priests
  • The Forgemaster's Fingers - Orc Strongholds (you must be a non-Orc to get this quest)
  • The Great Skyrim Treasure Hunt
Oshaugm 02:17, 19 December 2011 (UTC)
Now, if we could sort this list by area, that would probably make the list perfect. --DaedalusMachina 20:51, 22 December 2011 (UTC)
You do realize there are more than just Side Quests, right? There are Dungeon Quests also, plus quests attached to the various holds. However, I'll group the Side Quests best I can. Good luck! Oshaugm 12:57, 24 December 2011 (UTC)
A few points I would make:
1. Despite being quests related to the Divines, I would argue that The Heart of Dibella in Markarth, The Book of Love in Riften, and The Blessings of Nature in Whiterun belong on your list.
2. Under your heading Various, the only two that are officially side quests in your journal are Forbidden Legend and Kyne's Sacred Trials. The others are either miscellaneous objectives or don't appear in your journal at all.
Here are some more that appear as their own quest, along with the official quest start location --Nick
Quests at Other Locations
  • Siege on the Dragon Cult - Forelhost
  • A Scroll for Anska - High Gate Ruins
  • Evil in Waiting - Valthume
  • Silenced Tongues - Volunruud
  • Ancestral Worship - Hillgrund's Tomb
  • The Pale Lady - Frostmere Crypt
  • The Lost Expedition - Nchuand-Zel
— Unsigned comment by (talk) at 10:26 on 22 January 2012 (GMT)
There is a specific quest category called "Side Quests" in the CK. There are 24 of them in all, and the list is similar to Oshaugm's list, but not identical. Most of the "Various" quests listed by Oshaugm are not Side Quests -- several of them aren't even quests of any type (Captured Critters and Treasure Hunt). Most of the other quests people have added are not official Side Quests.
Now that we have the CK and can get a clearer picture of how the quests are organized, I think we should list everything identified by the CK as a Side Quest on a dedicated page -- especially since there is an achievement related to them. The result would be that a couple of our existing quest pages would be effectively made obsolete -- probably turned into redirects to the Side Quests page, but basically wouldn't be used any more.
Other quest reorganizational things that we need to do some time soon:
  • Go through and properly identify all quests that are "miscellaneous" -- make it clear that those quests show up in the "Miscellaneous" section of your quest log and that you never actually see the name of the quest. I can easily get the bot to go through and add a parameter to the Quest Header of all misc quests, but that still leaves the question of how to display the info. We also need to handle situations such as A Daedra's Best Friend which combines DA03Intro (misc) and DA03 (not misc). Which basically means we probably want to have the misc flag be handled by the quest stages as well as the quest header.
  • Clearly identify which quests can be repeated.
  • Decide what to do with all quests that have type "None". These are quests that never show up in your quest log. The vast majority of these quests were never added to the wiki, but I'm sure there are a few that ended up with pages (world encounters in particular, such as Revenge, Hired Thugs). My first thought is that we may want to do away with the quest pages and instead just document the events on the NPC page -- for example, on Hired Thug -- since there tends to be a uniquely-named NPC associated with the event, and that NPC is more recognizable than a quest that never appears in your log (and has no quest stages, objectives, walkthrough, or other quest-like components).
--NepheleTalk 20:27, 26 February 2012 (UTC)
Except most of what I just said needs to be ignored. The "Side Quests" category is not what's used to do the achievement. The achievement is handled by the quest script explicitly calling AchievementsQuest.IncSideQuests() (and since it's a quest script doing it, I can't even do an automatic search to find matching quests).
Furthermore, the "None" quests include quests that are real quests -- ones that show up as full quests in your quest log. I don't know how to recognize the dozen "real" None quests out of 1273 total quests categorized as "None".
So the CK doesn't really help to clear up all the quest categorization mysteries. --NepheleTalk 22:08, 26 February 2012 (UTC)
I’m pretty sure it would be a good idea to ignore the achievement for now and focus on how to sort the different quest types. For an easy starter, I’d suggest something along the lines of “Journal Type” added to the Quest Header template – we could then sort it into “Quest”, ”Objective” and even “Non-journal” for obvious “fun” activities, like tag and wheat. If one of them is radiant and/or repeatable, it can be added to that same line. I think that would be a good start, then we can sort it from there – nearly all quest pages needs a makeover anyway, so it can just be added along the way. --Krusty 22:28, 26 February 2012 (UTC)
Another quest issue we're going to need to look at is the Quest Objectives. The initial assumption was that Quest Objectives lined up with Quest Stages, and for the most part this is true. In reality, however, it's controlled by the script command SetObjectiveDisplayed() and doesn't always match up with the actual stage. As an example, in Bounty: Bandit Boss, the scripting at Stage 100 selects either Objective 100 or Objective 101. In other cases, the stage vs. objective is a total mismatch. Whether manually or automatically, we'll need to go through and fix these cases. Robin Hoodtalk 04:07, 3 March 2012 (UTC)

Repeatable side-quest with highest gold reward?[edit]

Just out of curiosity, what would the highest paying repeatable quest be? Stouf761 08:19, 20 December 2011 (UTC)

I am wondering the same thing. I just wanna RP as a normal commoner, so I'd like to have a repeatable :quest that gives me a good living. Chopping wood for an entire game is really not as fun as it sounds. 15:38, 3 July 2013 (GMT)
Mine ore is technically repeatable, you have to wait for the ore veins to replenish though. Best pay is for ebony and malachite, both of which can be sold near Windhelm (malachite to Kjeld in Kynesgrove, and ebony to the orc at Gloombound Mine). Selling nirnroot to Sarethi Farm pays fairly well, and nirnroot replenishes an awful lot faster than ore veins. However probably the best pay generally is bounty quests, which are infinitely repeatable and give leveled gold. --Morrolan (talk) 23:30, 13 August 2014 (GMT)

Radiant quests run out?[edit]

I mean the ones given by Jarl's Steward and in Inns - clear a random dungeon, kill a random Giant, etc. It seems that after doing just few of them in Whiterun I can't get any more. There's still plenty of dungeons in the Hold I didn't visit and hell, I didn't get a single "kill Giant" quest - at all, so all the camps are untouched. What gives? 13:40, 29 December 2011 (UTC)

The "kill the Giant" quests I've gotten so far were not necessarily gained in Whiterun (even though that's where the giants are.) You can get them all over the place, just a matter of of getting a random one to come up. A few times I've thought an area had gone dry (in terms of quests), but after I adventured someplace else for a while and went back again, there were more. Just keep talking to people, you'll get one eventually. Oshaugm 06:23, 30 December 2011 (UTC)

Radiant quests - inclusion in dungeon caves[edit]

At the moment, some quests of the radiant variety are mentioned in caves they may apply to, some are not. I have removed some, since I think there would be too many aluttering up the page with references that may not me relevant to my playthrough, on the other hand it may be useful information. Is there any consensus on this? --Ulkomaalainen 21:41, 1 January 2012 (UTC)

Personally, I like having all the possible quests that could send me to a location listed on the location's page. This way when I get a quest that sends me to a particular spot, I can see what other quests might also ask me to go there. This is useful because if I get a quest at CaveofWhatever, and then see there's another quest in that location, I can go start that quest, and get them both completed with one trip. It also helps prevent buggy quest conflicts. If I know that CaveofWhatever is where Important Major Questline Event occurs, and then get a radiant quest for the same location, I can avoid the radiant quest, or reset and get the radiant quest again hoping for a different cave, so I don't end up with a questline breaking conflict. EmmBee 20:14, 1 March 2012 (UTC)
Is it really useful to know that another quest has a 1/150 chance to send you to the same dungeon? Several radiant quests can send you to almost any boss chest in the game. --Alfwyn 20:49, 1 March 2012 (UTC)
I agree with both views to a certain extent. EmmBee has some really good points, but quests which can send you basically anywhere shouldn't be mentioned. Maybe we need to find a consensus on a cutoff, like if there's more than 20 possible locations it's not mentioned. We could bring that up on the Community Portal, maybe? Alphabetface 03:02, 2 March 2012 (UTC)
There already is a major Community Portal discussion on the topic, UESPWiki:Community Portal#Related Quests and Radiant Options. --NepheleTalk 03:45, 2 March 2012 (UTC)
Yeah, I had participated in that discussion a bit already, but since the issue is being discussed again, and the cut-off point detail hasn't really been agreed upon, I added another post to that discussion on the CP page. Hopefully we can finally reach a consensus about this. Alphabetface 04:06, 2 March 2012 (UTC)

Non Linear Quests![edit]

One great thing about Skyrim is that quests are non-linear and you can go on and about to do any other quests you'd like.

But in some instances it just lead to funny situation you find yourself in. For example:


To attain the prestigious title of Listener of the Dark Brotherhood faction I had to kill the Emperor of Tamriel. But later on I became Legate of the Imperial Legion and when the general, my fellow legionnaires and myself took the city of Windhelm from the wretched Stormrcloaks Rebels, the General gave a very memorable speech on how we did this for the emperor and the empire and to praise the emperor and the empire. Now you can bet that one legionnaire in the crowd was bearing a wolfish grin during that speech.Djarknaein 22:39, 25 January 2012 (UTC)

Quests to do First[edit]

It might be useful to have a list of quests that would benefit the player the most if done first. Quests on this list could include quests that are difficult at high levels or those whose rewards are good but unleveled. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 00:13 on 31 January 2012 (GMT)

Check out the Quest Timing page. I think this should include what you're looking for. Alphabetface 00:39, 31 January 2012 (UTC)
That is indeed what I was looking for. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 07:51 on 2 February 2012 (GMT)

Best quest in all of Skyrim?[edit]

What is the best quest in all of Skyrim? I'd like to know so that I know when to do it. Also, what is the best quest line? Civil war? Dark Brotherhood? Thieves Guild? Companions? College of Winterhold? Or the main quest line? Thanks for any help. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 18:34 on 24 May 2012

This is an unanswerable question, and should be asked in the forums. It depends on you pov and your playstyle. The Silencer has spokenTalk 18:27, 24 May 2012 (UTC)
I understand. I am REALLY sorry. How do I remove it? — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 10:58 on 26 May 2012
No need to be sorry, it's just something to keep in mind. Conversations should be preserved, though - if only for future reference. Kitkat TalkContribE-mail 11:10, 26 May 2012 (UTC)
My apologies, I thought that the section was superfluous and was no longer required. Cowleyj 11:15, 26 May 2012 (UTC)
Thanks for the 'heads up'. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 18:56 on 6 June 2012 (UTC)

Radiant Quests: When are the quest dungeons/locations established?[edit]

I am going to try to do the quest for Markarth's Lisbet before I am forced to kill her by failing Namira's The Taste of Death quest. According to the Wiki, Lisbet's quest has eight possible locations. I've cleared about half of those areas by doing other quests. Also, according to the Wiki, her quest won't be available if the assigned location has been previously cleared.

Does anyone know when a radiant quest location is "nailed down"? For example, if the location is randomly chosen during the dialogue sequence which provides the quest, will reloading a Save from before the dialogue initiation possibly change the quest location? Or, if the quest location is fixed when entering the game cell which contains the NPC, could reloading a Save from before opening the door and entering the cell cause the game to generate a different quest location from the list of possible locations?Evil-i 19:38, 1 July 2012 (UTC)

EDIT: OK, so I tried this out myself. It seems that when there is more than one possible location for a radiant quest, the quest location is determined when the quest-giving NPC's quest-related dialogue is activated. I saved before speaking with Lisbet, and then entered her dialogue. She gave me a location which I had previously cleared, so I reloaded the save and tried again. This time, the location was an uncleared dungeon.
This info might be of some future use to people who find themselves saddled with radiant quests that can't be completed.Evil-i 18:13, 2 July 2012 (UTC)

Blades as a Faction[edit]

True, the Blades have fallen to mere dragon poaching fanatics, rather than taking there place as servants of the Dragonborn... But don't they deserve to be listed? — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 17:53 on 21 July 2012

The thing is, they don't have an actual Questline. Once you killed Paarthurnax and recruited three members, it's just radiant dragon killing. But I think they deserve it no matter their status in the game Elakyn 09:19, 22 July 2012 (UTC)
The Blades are already listed as a faction on the actual Factions page. They really don't need to be listed on this page under the faction-related questlines because they don't actually have their own separate questline, just a couple radiant quests. ABCface 12:51, 22 July 2012 (UTC)
The purpose of the page is to find quests associated with various categories such as location or faction, and provide links for ease of looking up quests with in the context searched. The Subject/headline of "Blades as a Faction" may have been a source of confusion, I'm aware that they are listed on the Factions page, but the focus is on ease of access to quests that are intrinsic to a faction.
The issue of whether the quests themselves, that are associated with any particular faction, are categorized as either a line or a group of side quests does not discount the worth of the faction being listed. The title of the page is Quests, not specifically Quest Lines. The Bards College quests is listed here and does not have a true quest line, as a case in point. Neither does the incidental overlapping with the Main Quest. The Greybeards have also quests that are associated with that overlap with the main quest and probably should be listed here as well.
Since my previous entry, I've looked at the pages history and see that the Blades were added on before but under miscellaneous, showing interest in them being added. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 19:05 on 24 July 2012 (GMT)

Radiant quest markers.[edit]

Is there any way to tell if a radiant questline is completable? I.e. not constantly repeating? I think it would be useful to have something on individual quest pages that marks if the quest is completable or not. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 20:47 on 24 July 2012 (GMT)

Missing in Action[edit]

I refused help from the Graymanes and was given the objective to "find a way to enter" the prison.

I tried:

  1. Talked to both portal guards, which led to no result.
  2. Murdered a portal guard, from afar, with bow-and-arrow, which led to immediate failure of the objective.
  3. Successfully snuck by one of the portal guards under cloak of invisibility, which led to immediate failure of the objective (when the threshold was crossed).
  4. Made a frontal assault, which again led to failure of the objective.

[I rescued the Graymane, but couldn't find a way to satisfy the objective given. I had also searched for secret entrances and ways to be imprisoned, both without success. A reason I refused help from the Graymanes was due to remainder memories from "Oblivion". Whether or no, I think the situation in question ought be addressed in the body of the article. The trials were memorable enough to me to look for an answer months after.] — Unsigned comment by Odyseeos (talkcontribs) at 01:31 on 29 July 2012

First I assume the "portal" guards are the Thalmor at the keep. The objective I assume is actually "Find a way to release Thorald from Thalmor custody", because that is an uncompleteable objective. It is uncompleteable because the motive behind it is to free him without a fight. There was at one stage a way of doing this, but it didn't make the final cut of the game. All of this is covered by the quest page. The Silencer speaksTalk 00:49, 29 July 2012 (UTC)

Quest List[edit]

Is there somewhere on this site that lists all the quests that are actually named in game only. I look at the various faction pages and see actual quests mixed in with the miscellaneous objectives with no obvious way of telling the difference on the site (without attempting to play them through). Can someone point me in the right direction to find a list of quests that only includes the ones that actually appear as full quests. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 13:28 on 26 October 2012

At the moment, no. But I think we might want to categorize those quests. Something like Category:Skyrim-Quests-Full_Journal ? --Alfwyn (talk) 12:30, 27 October 2012 (GMT)
That sounds good — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 11:22 on 30 October 2012‎

Listings incomplete[edit]

It seems there is no really complete handy in-one-place listing of quests.

I can live with THIS page not listing all quests, and that I need to visit, say, the Miscellaneous Quests page to find all such quests.

Problem is: that page does not list all miscellaneous quests! Only the radiant ones, it seems. It doesn't even say more Misc quests are listed elsewhere.

For instance, a quest like Frostflow Abyss is neither listed on the Side Quests page nor the Misc quests page. It sure is one of these categories.

As it is now there simply are too many pages one needs to check to find all quests.

And there is no really good markup of which dungeon quests are Side quests and which are Misc ones.

It really is a bit of a mess. 12:41, 31 October 2012 (GMT)


In the last subsection of this page, the questlines' knotworks are displayed, though I am sure that some are missing, for instance, the Dark Brotherhood's and the Dawnguard's. I don't know if any others are missing, but anyway, I just wanted to point that out. --Ysuran92 (talk) 19:41, 14 November 2012 (GMT)

Quest Cap[edit]

Okay, so I have a lot of unfinished quests queued up but decided to start a couple different ones, the last three quests I've started have not shown up in my quest list and didn't show me on-screen that I'd started a quest, is there a limit to the number of unfinished quests that can be queued? Sassyfrass (talk) 18:55, 28 December 2012 (GMT)

How many normal and miscellaneous do you have? -- MartinS 02:56, 7 January 2013 (GMT)

Quests with race (or other) specific requirements[edit]

Is there a page that lists quest with race (or other) specific requirements. The example I have is The Forgemaster's Fingers which you can't get if you're an Orc. You will neither get it if you have completed any of the quests that gives you Blood-Kin.

The The Forgemaster's Fingers and Blood-Kin quests could be listed on the Quest Timing page. But what about being (or rather not being) an Orc? -- MartinS 03:07, 7 January 2013 (GMT)

DB Knotwork?[edit]

So I came to this page to look for a quest and I noticed something at the bottom: I didn't see a knotwork image for Dark Brotherhood quests even though I'm looking at one in-game right now. I also can't seem to find an image for the Dark Brotherhood knotwork on the site. Am I not looking hard enough or do we not have it on the site? If not, it would probably be a good idea to upload it :)--WoahBro (talk) 16:18, 30 May 2013 (GMT)

We do, just not in the white-on-black format. eshetalk 16:24, 30 May 2013 (GMT)

List of quests that require leveling up[edit]

Not for people who want to stay level 1 but for people who... ahem... "train" all their skills to max level before visiting much of Skyrim. Getting Grimsever and Wolf Queen Awakened are the only two I can think of, can anyone else provide more?--Catmaniac66 (talk) 23:32, 16 August 2013 (GMT)

List of Quest Conflicts?[edit]

A there a list of which quests conflict with which? It would be useful to see what should be completed in what order. I know some quests have others referenced, but having a master list somewhere might not be a bad idea, FMPhoenixHawk (talk) 07:24, 20 December 2013 (GMT)

Not a bad idea. It might possibly even be proposed as a new page for the purpose? —MortenOSlash (talk) 20:55, 20 December 2013 (GMT)
Already exists. Vely►t►e 21:56, 20 December 2013 (GMT)
Ah. Sorry. I had forgotten about that. —MortenOSlash (talk) 22:26, 20 December 2013 (GMT)
As had I, but there's only the one. That can't be the only major conflict, can it? FMPhoenixHawk (talk) 08:52, 23 December 2013 (GMT)
Well, there is at least the later Blades quests. Not a conflict if you kill Paarthurnax, but probably worth mentioning, because if you don't want to kill him, you have to hold off progressing too far in the main quest before doing all the Blades quests (and now they fixed that potion it may be actually worth it). --Alfwyn (talk) 15:33, 23 December 2013 (GMT)

Repeatable Quests[edit]

There are many quests that are repeatable such as radiant quests in Companion and others can only be completed once. Even if some quests are all repeatable,there are quests that can only be completed for limited times such as Purify and others can be completed for unlimited times.I think it will be good to mention it on the separate page as a property.--Lywzc (talk) 12:05, 15 April 2014 (GMT)

Hearthfire Quests[edit]

I can't find the quests related to Hearthfire. There's no page for them listed alongside Dawnguard and Dragonborn. That's fair considering how small they are, but they're not in the miscellaneous or side quests either. They need to be somewhere right? — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 02:43 on 22 October 2015 (UTC)

How much quests in total?[edit]

How much quests there are in total? in base game and in addons/dlc Ciberzombie (talk) 20:02, 7 June 2017 (UTC)

That's a rather difficult question to answer. There are miscellaneous quests, which don't stay in your log, quests that don't even appear under miscellaneous, then there are repeatable quests, and there are duplicitous quests that appear to be unique but are in fact not (eg Civil War Hold seizures). Trying to work out the number of unique, non-repeatable (count repeatables once though), non-duplicated quests that are logged would probably end around 150, adding the duplicated quests would probably be around 250, while the full count excluding repeatables only but still counting them once (think Companions missions like extermination), would be around 400. Of course these numbers include all quests, as no one character can experience every quest due to choices made (eg Civil War and Dawnguard). Silence is GoldenBreak the Silence 21:08, 7 June 2017 (UTC)
Thanks Ciberzombie (talk) 11:35, 8 June 2017 (UTC)