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Skyrim Characters You Definitely Shouldn’t Marry

Orla is one of the most unique professions of all marriage options. SkyrimPriestess of the Temple of Dibella SkyrimThe town of Marcus. Players can find the location of Sanguine’s Daedric quest. As a priestess, she has strict morals. If she catches her dragonbone stealing her items she will chase her player and send her bounty hunters to kill her. She also clearly prioritizes her devotion to Dibella over her spouse. When the player marries Orla, she refuses to live with Dragonborn and chooses to stay in the temple instead. Players must relocate to the infamous city of Markarth if they are nearby. She also cannot be a follower.

Markarth’s Cosnach is a poor marriage candidate for Skyrim.

Other cities have a lot of nasty characters. Skyrim, but Cosnach is one of the most miserable of them all. He works as a porter for the Arnleif and Sons Trading Company, and his cousin Imedhnain works as an assistant to shopkeeper Lisbet. Imedhnain finds a home and success because of what she does for the company, but Cosnach is not so lucky. Markarth’s trading situation is risky at best. SkyrimFrom Forsworn Riot, Cosnach did little work. Instead of looking for another job or productive hobby, he spends the day at the Silver-Blood Inn.

Cosnach also lives in some sort of Warrens. Skyrim A place in Marcas surrounded by disease and violence. Conversations with Dragonborn mostly consist of complaining about his lack of work, but when the player buys the player a drink or agrees to fight him, he becomes more friendly with the player. Having achieved both, Cosnach became a strong candidate for marriage. Although he may serve as a traveling companion and later be recruited to the Blade, SkyrimIn ‘s main questline, he’d be better off leaving him as Dragonborn found him.

The once-honored Angrenor hates Skyrim’s Dark Elves.

There are many cities in Skyrim, but each one is uniquely memorable. Many players remember. SkyrimThe legendary stormcloak-owned city of Windhelm is thanks to the awkward welcome they receive when they arrive. According to the script, two Nords, Angrenor Once-Honored and Rolff Stone-Fist, harass a Dunmer woman simply because she became a spy because of her race. According to her, the two would roam the Gray Quarter at night and insult the residents of Dunmer. When Angrenor is not busy insulting the elves, she can be seen begging for coins near Windhelm’s Inn. Perhaps he served as a soldier during World War I and lost all of him as soon as it was over. In his later years an injury prevented him from serving as a Storm Cloak. Skyrimof civil war.

If Dragonborn only gives him gold coins, it becomes a marriage option. But all his unique conversations revolve around his hatred of the Empire and his history in battle. How proud is he that he once killed six people alone? However, despite all his proud rights, he cannot even participate in Dragonborn’s quest. Skyrim. He also cannot join the Blade. All in all, he is a bad choice for marriage. Skyrim Players not on the side of Stormcloaks, a worse choice for Elven Dragonborn given the racist point of view Skyrimof diverse societies.

The Temba Wide-Arm has the worst attitude in Skyrim.

Much of Temba’s character remains. The player must kill 10 infamous bears as infamous enemies even at higher levels in order to marry her or become her friend. If Temba gets her hide, she will open her heart to the Dragonborn. Her personality is aggressive at best, and she has a lot to say about her current residence. In fact, she has a lot to say about every home she moves into, and none of it has been said in a positive way. Temba will complain about each of the three swallows Dragonborn can buy as part of it. Skyrim‘s stove fire The DLC will let players know how much they hate traditional houses like Breezehome when they move.

Her attitude is also unsatisfying in other ways. Whenever she works in her mill, she can be heard yelling at her apprentice G Willin. If a player asks her to cook a meal she cooked in her house, she will reply to cook it for you and she will warn you not to ask for another dish until tomorrow. She shows little interest in any topic Dragonborn tries to talk to her and rudely declines them even after they become friends. Overall, her edgy personality of her tenba makes her one of them. Skyrimof the most difficult marriage options. When a player passes Ivarstead on their way to High Hrothgar, it’s best to keep moving rather than starting a conversation.

Solitude’s Octieve San isn’t much fun getting married in Skyrim.

Solitude’s Octieve San can often be found inside or outside the town’s main tavern, Winking Skeever. He puts his little money into gambling and runs into huge debt, ordering drinks all day. Fortunately, we still have an apartment. His daughter, Evette San, takes care of him, and he stubbornly refuses to help with housekeeping or make money, despite struggling to earn a living. If the Dragonborn decided to marry him SkyrimHe would carry the same bad habit home and neglect helping his new wife in any way. Skyrim Players will find it much more tolerable without gaming experience.


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Skyrim Characters You Definitely Shouldn’t Marry

Orla has one of the more unique occupations out of all the marriage options in Skyrim, serving as a priestess at the Temple of Dibella in Skyrim‘s city of Markarth. Players may recognize the location from Sanguine’s Daedric quest. As a priestess, she has strict morals; if she catches the Dragonborn stealing an item, she’ll send bounty hunters after the player to attempt to kill them. She also clearly prioritizes her devotion to Dibella over her spouse. If players marry Orla, she’ll refuse to move in with the Dragonborn and will instead opt to stay in the temple. Players will have to relocate to the notoriously dangerous city of Markarth just to be close to her. She’s also incapable of becoming a follower.
Cosnach In Markarth Is A Bad Marriage Candidate In Skyrim

There are plenty of unsavory characters in various cities in Skyrim, but Cosnach is one of the most miserable of them all. He works as a porter for the Arnleif and Sons Trading Company, where his cousin Imedhnain works as an assistant to the shop owner Lisbet. However, while Imedhnain finds success and even lodging due to his job with the company, Cosnach isn’t so lucky. The trading situation in Markarth is risky at best, thanks to Skyrim‘s Forsworn uprising, leaving Cosnach with little work. Instead of finding another job or even a productive hobby, he spends his days at the Silver-Blood Inn.
Cosnach also lives in the Warrens, a unique Skyrim location within Markarth surrounded by disease and violence. His conversations with the Dragonborn primarily entail complaining about his lack of work, though he’ll become more amicable towards the player if they buy him a drink or agree to brawl with him. After either of those have been accomplished, Cosnach will become a viable marriage candidate. Although he can potentially serve as a traveling companion and even be recruited to the Blades later in Skyrim‘s main questline, he’s perhaps better left behind at the bar where the Dragonborn found him.
Angrenor Once-Honored Hates Skyrim’s Dark Elves

Although Skyrim has many cities, each of them is uniquely memorable. Many players remember Skyrim‘s iconic Stormcloak-held city of Windhelm largely thanks to the unpleasant welcome they receive when they first arrive. The scripted encounter shows two Nords, Angrenor Once-Honored and Rolff Stone-Fist, harassing a Dunmer woman of being a spy simply based on her race. According to her, the two will wander the Grey Quarter at night, hurling insults at the Dunmer residents. When Angrenor isn’t busy insulting the elves, he can be found begging for coins near Windhelm’s inn. Supposedly, he served as a soldier during the Great War and lost everything as soon as it ended. Later in his life, an injury pulled him away from serving as a Stormcloak in Skyrim‘s Civil War.
If the Dragonborn gives him just one gold coin, he becomes a marriage option. All of his unique dialogue, though, revolves around his hatred for the Imperials and his history in combat, including how proud he is of the fact that he once killed six men singlehandedly. For all his boasting, though, he isn’t even available to join the Dragonborn on their quests across Skyrim. He can’t join the Blades, either. All in all, he’s a poor marriage choice for any Skyrim player who isn’t sided with the Stormcloaks, and an even worse option for an elven Dragonborn, given his racist view of Skyrim‘s diverse society.
Temba Wide-Arm Has The Worst Attitude In Skyrim

Temba’s personality leaves much to be desired. Players will need to kill 10 bears, a notoriously tricky enemy even at higher levels, to marry – or even befriend – her. Once Temba has been given her pelts, she will open up to the Dragonborn. Her personality is abrasive at best, and right off the bat, she has a lot to say about her current residence. In fact, she’ll have a lot to say about any home she moves into, and nothing of it really positive. Temba will complain about any of the three pieces of land the Dragonborn can purchase as part of Skyrim‘s Hearthfire DLC and will even let the player know how much she dislikes more traditional houses like Breezehome if they move there.
Her attitude is unsavory in other regards, too. Whenever she’s at work at her mill, she can be heard yelling at her apprentice Gwilin. If players ask her to make a homecooked meal, she’ll retort that they ought to be cooking for her instead and warn them not to ask for another before tomorrow. She expresses little interest in any topic the Dragonborn tries to speak to her about and will dismiss them rudely even after befriending them. Overall, Temba’s sour disposition makes her one of Skyrim‘s most difficult marriage options to work with. If players pass through Ivarstead on their way to High Hrothgar, it’s best to keep moving rather than striking up a conversation.
Solitude’s Octieve San Isn’t Much Fun To Marry In Skyrim

Solitude’s Octieve San can often be found either inside or just out of the Winking Skeever, the city’s main tavern, gambling away his little money and racking up a hefty debt due to ordering drinks day in and day out. Luckily, he still has a place to live. His daughter Evette San looks after him, and he stubbornly refuses to help clean up the house or provide any income although she struggles to make ends meet. If the Dragonborn chooses to marry him in Skyrim, it’s likely he carries his same bad habits over to their house, too, neglecting to help his new spouse in any way. Skyrim players will likely find their gameplay experience much more tolerable without him.

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Skyrim Characters You Definitely Shouldn’t Marry

Orla has one of the more unique occupations out of all the marriage options in Skyrim, serving as a priestess at the Temple of Dibella in Skyrim‘s city of Markarth. Players may recognize the location from Sanguine’s Daedric quest. As a priestess, she has strict morals; if she catches the Dragonborn stealing an item, she’ll send bounty hunters after the player to attempt to kill them. She also clearly prioritizes her devotion to Dibella over her spouse. If players marry Orla, she’ll refuse to move in with the Dragonborn and will instead opt to stay in the temple. Players will have to relocate to the notoriously dangerous city of Markarth just to be close to her. She’s also incapable of becoming a follower.
Cosnach In Markarth Is A Bad Marriage Candidate In Skyrim

There are plenty of unsavory characters in various cities in Skyrim, but Cosnach is one of the most miserable of them all. He works as a porter for the Arnleif and Sons Trading Company, where his cousin Imedhnain works as an assistant to the shop owner Lisbet. However, while Imedhnain finds success and even lodging due to his job with the company, Cosnach isn’t so lucky. The trading situation in Markarth is risky at best, thanks to Skyrim‘s Forsworn uprising, leaving Cosnach with little work. Instead of finding another job or even a productive hobby, he spends his days at the Silver-Blood Inn.
Cosnach also lives in the Warrens, a unique Skyrim location within Markarth surrounded by disease and violence. His conversations with the Dragonborn primarily entail complaining about his lack of work, though he’ll become more amicable towards the player if they buy him a drink or agree to brawl with him. After either of those have been accomplished, Cosnach will become a viable marriage candidate. Although he can potentially serve as a traveling companion and even be recruited to the Blades later in Skyrim‘s main questline, he’s perhaps better left behind at the bar where the Dragonborn found him.
Angrenor Once-Honored Hates Skyrim’s Dark Elves

Although Skyrim has many cities, each of them is uniquely memorable. Many players remember Skyrim‘s iconic Stormcloak-held city of Windhelm largely thanks to the unpleasant welcome they receive when they first arrive. The scripted encounter shows two Nords, Angrenor Once-Honored and Rolff Stone-Fist, harassing a Dunmer woman of being a spy simply based on her race. According to her, the two will wander the Grey Quarter at night, hurling insults at the Dunmer residents. When Angrenor isn’t busy insulting the elves, he can be found begging for coins near Windhelm’s inn. Supposedly, he served as a soldier during the Great War and lost everything as soon as it ended. Later in his life, an injury pulled him away from serving as a Stormcloak in Skyrim‘s Civil War.
If the Dragonborn gives him just one gold coin, he becomes a marriage option. All of his unique dialogue, though, revolves around his hatred for the Imperials and his history in combat, including how proud he is of the fact that he once killed six men singlehandedly. For all his boasting, though, he isn’t even available to join the Dragonborn on their quests across Skyrim. He can’t join the Blades, either. All in all, he’s a poor marriage choice for any Skyrim player who isn’t sided with the Stormcloaks, and an even worse option for an elven Dragonborn, given his racist view of Skyrim‘s diverse society.
Temba Wide-Arm Has The Worst Attitude In Skyrim

Temba’s personality leaves much to be desired. Players will need to kill 10 bears, a notoriously tricky enemy even at higher levels, to marry – or even befriend – her. Once Temba has been given her pelts, she will open up to the Dragonborn. Her personality is abrasive at best, and right off the bat, she has a lot to say about her current residence. In fact, she’ll have a lot to say about any home she moves into, and nothing of it really positive. Temba will complain about any of the three pieces of land the Dragonborn can purchase as part of Skyrim‘s Hearthfire DLC and will even let the player know how much she dislikes more traditional houses like Breezehome if they move there.
Her attitude is unsavory in other regards, too. Whenever she’s at work at her mill, she can be heard yelling at her apprentice Gwilin. If players ask her to make a homecooked meal, she’ll retort that they ought to be cooking for her instead and warn them not to ask for another before tomorrow. She expresses little interest in any topic the Dragonborn tries to speak to her about and will dismiss them rudely even after befriending them. Overall, Temba’s sour disposition makes her one of Skyrim‘s most difficult marriage options to work with. If players pass through Ivarstead on their way to High Hrothgar, it’s best to keep moving rather than striking up a conversation.
Solitude’s Octieve San Isn’t Much Fun To Marry In Skyrim

Solitude’s Octieve San can often be found either inside or just out of the Winking Skeever, the city’s main tavern, gambling away his little money and racking up a hefty debt due to ordering drinks day in and day out. Luckily, he still has a place to live. His daughter Evette San looks after him, and he stubbornly refuses to help clean up the house or provide any income although she struggles to make ends meet. If the Dragonborn chooses to marry him in Skyrim, it’s likely he carries his same bad habits over to their house, too, neglecting to help his new spouse in any way. Skyrim players will likely find their gameplay experience much more tolerable without him.

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