|Quest Giver||Cultists' Orders|
|Location||Hold capital city|
Temple of Miraak
|Prerequisite||Starting The Horn of Jurgen Windcaller|
|Next Quest||The Temple of Miraak|
Dragonborn serves as the introduction to the add-on Dragonborn.
To start the Dragonborn questline, the Dragonborn must have at least started the quest The Horn of Jurgen Windcaller. If this quest is active or has been completed, the next time they visit a city in a major Skyrim hold during daytime (whether or not they have visited Solstheim before this point) two Cultists will stop them and engage in a brief discussion, asking whether they are the "Dragonborn" and then telling them that the first Dragonborn, Miraak, will soon be returning. They will then attempt to kill the "false" Dragonborn. After killing them, a Cultist's Note can be found on one of them, triggering a new objective to visit Windhelm's Docks to travel to Solstheim.
The quest continues by finding Gjalund Salt-Sage at the Windhelm docks and talking to him. In a brief conversation, he reveals that one minute he was in Solstheim, and the next - after the cultists boarded his ship - he was in Windhelm. The Dragonborn will then have to pass a persuasion check with three options - pay him double his normal fare, persuade him or intimidate him. After passing this check, Salt-Sage will take them to Solstheim.
"I don't recognize you, so I'll assume this is your first visit to Raven Rock, outlander. State your intentions."
- I'm looking for Miraak. Do you know him? "Miraak... I... I'm... I'm not sure that I do."
- Just looking for work: "You've picked one of the worst places in Morrowind to do that, but suit yourself."
- None of your business: "That's the kind of attitude that'll land you in prison. But i'll let it go for now."
"Just remember, Raven Rock is sovereign territory of House Redoran. This is Morrowind, not Skyrim. While you're here you will be expected to abide by our laws."
Next, it's possible to ask him again about Miraak and he will mention the Earth Stone. This will trigger the next quest marker.
Do you know who Miraak is?: "I... I'm unsure. I swear I know the name, but I cannot place it."
Can you tell me anything about him? "I don't think so. I'm not... The name has something to do with the Earth Stone, I think. But I'm not sure what."
After the Dragonborn's conversation is finished, Adril will turn to Gjalund, and they will have a conversation about supplies Gjalund brought. Gjalund will tell Adril that the East Empire Company raised their prices and that he will need more from Adril.
The Earth StoneEdit
"You there... You don't quite seem to be in the same state as the others. Very interesting. May I ask what it is you're doing here?"
I'm looking for someone named Miraak: "Miraak...Miraak... It sounds familiar but I cant quite place... Oh. Wait. I recall. But that makes very little sense. Miraak's been dead for thousands of years."
What does that mean?: "I'm not sure, but it is fascinating, isn't it. Perhaps it has some relation to what's going on here. Quite unexpected. I'm afraid I can't give you any answers. But there are ruins of an ancient temple of Miraak's toward the center of the island. If I were you, I'd look there."
If the Dragonborn visited Solstheim before completion of The Horn of Jurgen Windcaller, they will still need to revisit Windhelm and talk to Gjalund Salt-Sage.
The Temple of MiraakEdit
| I've been attacked by a group of cultists. I need to see if they have any evidence of what prompted this assault.
I've found a note on one of the cultists who attacked me. Perhaps it has some clue as to what prompted them to come after me.
|I've been attacked by a group of people claiming to work for someone named Miraak. I need to find out why they're trying to kill me, and so I should look for the boat in Windhelm they used to travel from Solstheim.
|I have arrived on Solstheim in search of the "Miraak" mentioned in a note as being behind the attempt on my life. Perhaps someone in the town of Raven Rock will know about him.
|The people of Raven Rock know the name Miraak, saying that he has a temple near the center of the island. I should seek him out and find out why people have attacked me on his behalf.
|After an attempt on my life, I've tracked the people responsible to the isle of Solstheim, where someone named Miraak has a temple near the center of the island. It's time to find out what's going on.
- Resting on Solstheim before finding the Temple of Miraak will transport the Dragonborn to one of the All-Maker Stones, working away under the influence of Miraak. If lucky, they can find themselves at the Beast Stone which is located outside the temple, or better yet, inside the temple itself.
- If the Dragonborn has already asked someone else about the location of Temple of Miraak, then Neloth will not automatically talk to the Dragonborn when first arriving at the Earth Stone.
This section contains bugs related to Dragonborn (Quest). Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:
- It is possible that when the Dragonborn gets on the boat to Solstheim, that the game will load as normal, and when the loading screen disappears, they are still in Windhelm. This can be fixed by persuading Gjalund to take them to Solstheim again. This process may need to be repeated multiple times.
- After the loading screen to Solstheim, during the small cut scene on a boat heading to the docks of Raven Rock, it is possible that the Dragonborn will spawn on the boat but the boat will be underwater.
- If the cutscene is allowed to end, the boat will reset back on the water; the Dragonborn may start to drown but this will not kill them if they have over 160hp.
- Sometime after touching the Earth Stone and Miraak's dialogue is done, "Miraak: Far from yourself," will be on screen with or without subtitles on.
- Guards may stop the Dragonborn even if the cultists have not yet been attacked.
- The Temple of Miraak. You may still be transported to an All-Maker Stone even after completing this quest, as well as
- The Cultists will not spawn at all if the Dragonborn is at a high-enough level.
Arrive on Solstheim