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She also misdiagnoses the Dragonborn, often remarking "Pardon me, but do I detect a case of the Rattles? I've got something for that," regardless of whether the player has contracted the disease or not, to get them to buy her potions; sometimes she sees a nonexistent case of Ataxia ("It's quite a problem back in Cyrodiil"). She will occasionally refer to the Dragonborn as a Nord regardless of the hero's actual race.
Farengar Secret-Fire sends the Dragonborn to Arcadia to deliver Frost Salts. Arcadia mentions they will be used to make a love potion, stating she will test it on Farengar, as a joke. After delivering the salts, it seems to make her more friendly to you, as you can now take many Alchemy ingredients and potions (but not all) without it being considered theft.
- In Greek Mythology, 'Arcadia' is a place of paradise. There is a place in Greece today named so, and believed to be a garden where Gods and mortals led a life of paradise and serenity.
- She may not have dialogue options for selling items. This may happen if the console command, "Resurrect" is used to bring her back to life after killing her.
- Arcadia may incorrectly refer to the Dragonborn as a Nord, even if they aren't one.
- If the Dragonborn presses up against the counter when they first walk into the store, the orange dragonfly on sale will slide across the counter to a place in front of her behind the counter.
- Sometimes, the quest cannot be started. The reason for this is unknown.
- She might sell food instead of ingredients.
- Companions, but there might not be a dialogue relating to the objective, thus making it impossible to complete. The objective "Intimidate Arcadia in Whiterun" may be gained from joining the
- Sometimes when the Dragonborn enters Arcadia's Cauldron after it has closed, Arcadia may speak her normal lines, even though she is lying in bed, asleep.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)