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"We are the sons and daughters of Skyrim!"
―Galmar Stone-Fist[src]


Galmar Stone-Fist is the Nord second-in-command of the Stormcloaks under Ulfric Stormcloak, as well as Ulfric's housecarl. He commands the Stormcloak army when planning assaults on Imperial cities and forts. Galmar sees that all new recruits are properly outfitted with Stormcloak Armor and have taken the Oath.[1] Galmar also has a brother in Windhelm, Rolff Stone-Fist.


He takes a no-mercy approach to the Civil War, and firmly believes that those who are unwilling to fight the Empire deserve to die. He is also deeply respected by his men for his valor, leadership and concern for their well being. He firmly believes that the principal duty of a Stormcloak is to be a paragon of Nordic values and a hero for the masses.[1] Galmar is fiercely loyal to his leader, Ulfric Stormcloak. The two share an informal relationship and do not stand on ceremony with each other. There is strong respect and friendship between the two.[1][2]

If spoken to in Sovngarde following the defeat of Alduin, he and Ulfric express no vengeance toward the Dragonborn, despite being enemies during the civil war questline, should the Dragonborn side with the Empire. He remarks that "eternity is too long to hold a grudge." However, if talked to prior to defeating Alduin, he speaks to you with hatred, saying, "Dragonborn, even in death you dog my steps? Cursed be your name by all the sons and daughters of Skyrim!"


Galmar equips a full set of Stormcloak Officer Armor, and has an Iron Battleaxe as a weapon.


Joining the Stormcloaks

Following Ralof's instruction to speak with Jarl Ulfric Stormcloak, Galmar will send the Dragonborn to Serpentstone Island, northeast of the College of Winterhold to prove their worth in battle against an Ice Wraith. Succeeding at this, he inducts the Dragonborn into the Stormcloaks, serving as the commanding officer. All battles fought by the Dragonborn as a Stormcloak are given by Galmar.


Galmar in Sovngarde

Galmar in Sovngarde

If Galmar is killed during the Civil War, he can be encountered in Sovngarde.

Otherwise, when the Stormcloaks win, he takes over supervising the new Jarls installed in the formerly Imperial-aligned holds and also heads the training of Skyrim's new military forces.



Quest-related dialogue

Joining the Stormcloaks

Upon entering the Palace of the Kings, Galmar and Ulfric may be observed speaking about the war:

Galmar: "Balgruuf won't give us a straight answer."
Ulfric: "He's a true Nord. He'll come around."
Galmar: "Don't be so sure of that. We've intercepted couriers from Solitude. The Empire's putting a great deal of pressure on Whiterun."
Ulfric: "And what would you have me do?"
Galmar: "If he's not with us, he's against us."
Ulfric: "He knows that. They all know that."
Galmar: "How long are you going to wait?"
Ulfric: "You think I need to send Balgruuf a stronger message."
Galmar: "If by message you mean shoving a sword through his gullet."
Ulfric: "Taking his city and leaving him in disgrace would make a more powerful statement, don't you think?"
Galmar: "So we're ready to start this war in earnest then?"
Ulfric: "Soon."
Galmar: "I still say you should take them all out like you did Deadking Torygg."
Ulfric: "Torygg was merely a message to the other Jarls. Whoever we replace them with will need the support of our armies."
Galmar: "We're ready when you are."
Ulfric: "Things hinge on Whiterun. If we can take the city without bloodshed all the better. But if not..."
Galmar: "The people are behind you."
Ulfric: "Many I fear still need convincing."
Galmar: "Then let them die with their false kings."
Ulfric: "We've been soldiers a long time. We know the price of freedom. The people are still weighing things in their hearts."
Galmar: "What's left of Skyrim to wager?"
Ulfric: "They have families to think of."
Galmar: "How many of their sons and daughters follow your banner? We are their families."
Ulfric: "Well put, friend. Tell me, Galmar, why do you fight for me?"
Galmar: "I'd follow you into the depths of Oblivion, you know that."
Ulfric: "Yes, but why do you fight? If not for me, what then?"
Galmar: "I'll die before elves dictate the fates of men. Are we not one in this?"
Ulfric: "I fight for the men I've held in my arms, dying on foreign soil. I fight for their wives and children, who's [sic] [Do not change this to whose. This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.] names I heard whispered in their last breaths. I fight for we few who did come home, only to find our country full of strangers wearing familiar faces. I fight for my people impoverished to pay the debts of an Empire too weak to rule them, yet brands them criminals for wanting to rule themselves! I fight so that all the fighting I've already done hasn't been for nothing. I fight... because I must."
Galmar: "Your words give voice to what we all feel, Ulfric. And that's why you will be High King. But the day words are enough, will be the day when soldiers like us are no longer needed."
Ulfric: "I would gladly retire from the world were such a day to dawn."
Galmar: "Aye. But in the meantime, we have a war to plan."

Before Ulfric instructs the Dragonborn to speak with Galmar, any attempts to speak with him will result in him saying, "I'm not sure you belong here, friend." After speaking to Ulfric, however, speaking with Galmar will result in him saying, "Hmm. Helgen, eh? Ulfric told us quite the story. If you made it through all that, you're likely worth something to me..."

Race Galmar's comment
Altmer, Bosmer, or Dunmer "But first, tell me. Why's an Elf want to fight for Skyrim?"
Argonian "But first, tell me. Why's a lizard want to fight for Skyrim?"
Breton "But first, tell me. Why's a Breton want to fight for Skyrim?""
Imperial or Nord "But first, tell me. Why's a foreigner want to fight for Skyrim?"
Khajiit "But first, tell me. Why's a cat want to fight for Skyrim?"
Orsimer "But first, tell me. Why's an Orc want to fight for Skyrim?"
Redguard "But first, tell me. Why's a Redguard want to fight for Skyrim?"

So, you only take Nords?Only available if the Dragonborn is not a Nord. "You mistake me. I'm not saying no - just wondering about your intentions. We're not looking for sellswords. The Stormcloaks need dedicated men and women who're devoted to the cause and willing to die for it."

Skyrim is home to more than just Nords.Only available if the Dragonborn is not a Nord. "Fair enough. But are you willing to die for your home?"

That's why I'm here. I want to join. "Alright. But before I can put you to use, I need to know how much you can take. I have a little test for you."
I can handle anything you throw at me. "That's what I like to hear. So long as you can back up those words with steel. I'm sending you to Serpentstone Island. If you survive, you pass. If you die, well, you weren't going to be much use to me anyway."
What's at Serpentstone Island? "It's where men have tested their mettle for ages. There's a strange rock formation, built by the ancients. Something about that place attracts the Ice Wraiths. You kill an Ice Wraith out there, and I'll have all the proof I need about you."
Does every recruit have to do this? "Only the ones I'm not sure about. This will prove your abilities, but more importantly, it will prove your commitment."
I'm going alone? "Not so sure of yourself after all? At the end of the day, every warrior is alone. Before you can stand next to your shield brother, you need to be able to stand on your own."
I'm not sure about this. "When you kill that Ice Wraith, then we'll talk about you becoming a Stormcloak. Here. Take this. You'll need it. Use it on the island. Don't lose it. That's all the help you're getting. Try not to die."
I'm off to kill that Ice Wraith. I'll be back soon. "We'll see about that, won't we? "
What kind of test? "The kind men use to measure themselves."

Skyrim is my home.Only available if the Dragonborn is a Nord. "Fair enough. But are you willing to die for your home?"

I want to fight the Empire. I'll bleed for the chance to do so. "Can't fault anyone for that! As long as you hate the Empire as much as I do, that I can work with."

Note: most of the dialogue options throughout this conversation will be available to the Dragonborn regardless of which initial answer they choose, and all will result in being given an Elixir of Resist Cold and three Ice Wraith Bane potions and being sent to Serpentstone Isle. However, some initial answers are race-dependent.

If spoken to after that but before killing the Ice Wraith, Galmar will only say, "What? We've got nothing to talk about until you come back from Serpentstone Isle."

The Jagged Crown

After returning from The Serpent Stone, Galmar will be found in the war room of the palace conversing with Ulfric regarding The Jagged Crown and the latter's future claim to the throne:

Ulfric: "Tell me again why we're wasting time and dwindling resources chasing a legend. We don't even know it exists!"
Galmar: "The Jarls are upset. They don't all support you."
Ulfric: "Damn the Jarls."
Galmar: "They demand the Moot."
Ulfric: "And damn the Moot! We should risk letting those milkdrinkers put Thoryyg's [sic] [Do not change this to "Torygg's". This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.] woman on the throne? She'll hand Skyrim over to the elves on a silver plate."
Galmar: "All the more reason then. The crown would legitimize your claim."
Ulfric: "A crown doesn't make a king."
Galmar: "No, but this one..."
Ulfric: "If it even exists."
Galmar: "It exists. And it'll be the symbol of the righteousness of our cause. Think about it. The Jagged Crown! It heralds back to a time before Jarls and Moots. Back to the time when a king was a king because his enemies fell before him, and his people rose because they loved him. Skyrim needs that king. You will be that king, Ulfric. You must be."
Ulfric: "You're certain you've found it?"
Galmar: "When have I ever been false with you?"
Ulfric: "Fine. I'll send the UnbloodedThe Dragonborn's military rank during the quest. here with you. Fancy a crawl through a moldering dungeon to see if you can't stir up Galmar's Jagged Crown?"
Galmar: "It'll be there. You'll see."

Immediately after the conversation ends, Galmar will speak to the Dragonborn in surprise, "You're alive! I owe Ulfric a drink. I have to admit, I didn't think we'd be seeing you again. I misjudged you. You're definitely Stormcloak material. It's time we made this official. You ready to take the Oath?"

If dialogue is exited he will say the same lines as if the answer, "I need to think it over." is chosen. When spoken to after that but before taking the Oath, he will simply say, "You ready to take the Oath?" If dialogue is exited while taking the Oath, he will say, annoyed, "We're not done here."

If he is questioned about his personal beliefs while talking to Ulfric, he will exit conversation after two questions and say, "Enough talk. There's much to do."

Are you saying you sent me out to die? "Not at all. That was as much a test of your abilities as it was your resolve. I wasn't sure your heart was in it. But you've proven me wrong. And I respect that. Now, if were [sic] [Do not change this to we're. This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.] done being sentimental, it's time for you to take the Oath."

Oath? "Before you're one of us, you must swear fealty to Jarl Ulfric Stormcloak, future High King of Skyrim. You must also pledge unswerving loyalty to your fellow Stormcloaks, to Skyrim, and to her people."

Isn't it enough that I want to fight Imperials? "You can stick a sword through an Imperial any day you want, but that doesn't make you a Stormcloak. We're not just fighting Imperials. We're fighting to restore Skyrim to her glory and give her the king she deserves."
I need to think it over. "Don't take too long figuring it out. Might mistake your hesitation for Imperial sympathies. Come back when you're committed to the cause, or go join the Legion. They're taking anyone with a pulse these days."
I'm ready to take the Oath. "That's the spirit. By swearing this oath, you become one of us. A hero/heroine of the people. A true son/daughter of Skyrim. A Stormcloak. Repeat after me:Alternate dialogue: "Change your mind? You ready to pledge your blood and honor to Skyrim's freedom?" "I do swear my blood and honor to the service of Ulfric Stormcloak..." <...> "...Jarl of Windhelm and true High King of Skyrim." <...> "As Talos is my witness, may this oath bind me to death and beyond..." <...> "...even to my lord as to my fellow brothers and sisters in arms." <...> "All hail the Stormcloaks, the true sons and daughters of Skyrim!""

After reciting the Oath, Galmar will say to the Dragonborn, "Now you're one of us. Which means you get to tag along on a little trip with me. Oh, and here. You're a Stormcloak now, you ought to look the part."

What's the mission? "I have found the final resting place of the Jagged Crown. Can you believe it? Well, I'm almost certain. We're headed to Korvanjund, but if old king Borgas is indeed buried there, we're bound to run into trouble of some kind. Your fellow Stormcloaks are already assembling outside the tomb. I'll meet you there, as soon as I'm finished up here."

What's the Jagged Crown? "Have you not heard that ancient verse? "Maw unleashing razor snow, of dragons from the blue brought down, births the walking winter's woe, the High King in his Jagged Crown." Going way back to King Harald's time or even before, the High King always wore the Jagged Crown. It was the symbol of his might and power. The crown is made from the bones and teeth of ancient dragons, and it is said to contain a portion of the power of every king who has worn it. True or not, who would dare deny Ulfric's claim, when the legendary Jagged Crown sits upon his brow?"

How do you know the crown is in Korvanjund? "It's true, the location of the crown was lost with King Borgas, after the Great Hunt killed him, while he was off on his damned Alessian campaigns. But legend holds, his body was secretly returned to Skyrim and buried with the crown. Its exact whereabouts lost in the following Wars of Succession. Through sources that shall remain nameless, I've tracked down what I believe to be the final resting place of King Borgas―Korvanjund. If the crown exists, it will be there."

You anticipate danger? "Aye, the Great Hunt killed old King Borgas. Gods only know with what profane arts those Elves cursed his remains. Curse is not withstanding, but tombs of kings are always full of traps to ward off grave robbers, are they not? But nothing a band of Stormcloaks can't handle, I assure you."

If one dwindles in the palace for too long after starting the quest, Galmar will say the following lines:

  • "Don't wait around for me! I bet I'll beat you to Korvanjund even though you start first!"
  • "What? Get over with the rest of the men at Korvanjund!"
  • "Korvanjund, remember?"

Galmar will be found at Korvanjund alongside a small number of Stormcloaks. The following conversation will take place between Galmar and one of the soldiers:

Galmar: "What's the situation?"
Soldier: "Cold as the inside of an ice wraith. That and some Imperials are camped out around the entrance, staying nice and warm around their fires."
Galmar: "Imperials? Well, if they're keeping themselves comfortable, let's slip in and send them to their graves that way."

After the conversation takes place, the Dragonborn will have an opportunity to speak to Galmar. If dialogue is exited, Galmar will give the same reply as he would if the Dragonborn says, "Hold on. I need a minute." in reply to his question.

"You ready?"

Hold on. I need a minute. "Even the Imperials might eventually decide to patrol their perimeter. Get yourself ready!"

I'm ready. Let's go get them. "That's what I like to hear!"

Galmar will then walk a short distance, then turn to face the group of rebels to make an short speech:

Listen up. Those Imperials aren't here by coincidence. Their spies must've found out we know about the Crown, and they don't want us to have it. But they won't stand in our way. I know some of you are ex-Legion and may know men on the other side. But remember this: they are the enemy now and they will not hesitate to kill you. Keep your wits about you and watch your shield brother's back. Ulfric Stormcloak is counting on us to bring him back that crown, and that's exactly what we're going to do.

Galmar will then take out his weapon, as will the soldiers he is commanding, and sneak towards the crypt, saying, "Follow me, quickly and quietly now. I want their guts on the ground before they even know we're here."

After defeating the Legionnaires stationed outside of the crypt, Galmar will sheathe his weapon and approach the entrance to the ruin, and, before entering, make another short speech:

That's the way I like it. Short and bloody; they never knew what hit them. But do not make the mistake of underestimating the Legion. Plenty of them are Nords, same as us. We had the advantage of surprise this time, but things won't be so easy from here on out. Enough talk, let's go kill some Imperials.

Immediately after, he and his men will take out their weapons and enter the barrow to find the Crown. When inside, he will see Imperials ahead and will thus hide behind a fallen pillar for cover and say to his soldiers, "Pick a man, and put him down. We attack on my signal. Time to show what you're really made of."

Said signal is Galmar roaring, "For Skyrim!", which will then be followed by him running to the enemies and putting them down, with the help of his men and the Dragonborn. After the skirmish has ended, Galmar will run down the staircase towards the passage to the rest of the tomb and say to his soldiers, "Gretta, Engar, stay and guard the entrance. We don't want any Imperial reinforcements taking us by surprise. The rest of you lot are with me."

If he is spoken to at any time inside the crypt by the Dragonborn, he will cautiously say, "The Imperials are here in force. Stick together!"

Entering the next room results in another fight with several more Imperial soldiers, and Galmar will engage in a conversation after killing all the enemies:

Galmar: "I don't like the look of this. Perfect spot for an ambush. Ten to one they're just waiting for us on the other side."
Soldier: "But there isn't any other way through."
Galmar: "You sure about that? Then please, be my guest and go strolling on in there. We'll stay here and watch your back. Not so sure? Oh, then perhaps we should take a moment to look around a little, eh? You there, Unblooded, see if you can find another way through. We'll charge in to help as soon as we hear fighting."

If one spends time lollygagging after receiving the orders, Galmar will say the following lines:

  • "There may be some way to get through on the level above. Hurry!"
  • "Maybe you can find a way through somewhere above us."

A fight between the Dragonborn and a few soldiers ensues eventually, and Galmar will rush towards the noise when he hears it, just as he says he will. Continuing onward, Galmar will give a warning: "Careful, boys. There's bound to be more up ahead." Sure enough, another soldier and a draugr, lying on the ground, unmoving, are encountered in the next room. Upon gaining sight of the creature, the soldiers will have conversation about it:

Soldier #1: "What in the nine holds is that?"
Soldier #2: "Draugr. Ain't you ever seen one before?"
Soldier #1: "No, and I'm not sure I'm better off for it now neither."
Galmar: "Steady. A few dusty bonewalkers aren't going to stop us anymore than the Imperials could. We are not leaving until we get what we came for. Now let's keep moving."

When the Hall of Stories, deep within Korvanjund Halls, is reached, Galmar will mention where the group is and the location's importance:

Galmar: "Ah! The Hall of Stories... we must be getting close now."
Soldier #1: "Oh... I've heard of this. They say these walls show the history of the ancients who built this place."
Soldier #2: "Too bad we can't read these carvings. Who knows what secrets we'd uncover?"
Galmar: "One thing at a time. We're here for the Crown. Any of these carvings show a crown?"

If the puzzle door is approached, Galmar will comment, "Hmm, looks like this is as far as the Imperials got. Even if one of these pictures tells us where the Crown is, I'm betting we're going to have to find a way through that door. See what you can figure out, Unblooded. I'm going to check out these carvings over here. Let me know if you find something." When the Ebony Dragon Claw is found, Galmar will say in bemusement, "Hmm... that looks like some kind of claw from a statue. I wonder what it's used for." Answering the puzzle with an incorrect combination will result in him saying the following lines:

  • "Look out!"
  • "I wouldn't do that again unless you know for sure it's going to open."
  • "Looks like the door will open if we turn these rings the right way."
  • "Is there anything on the claw that might show how to open this door?"

When the gate is unlocked, Galmar will exclaim happily, "Good job!" While the door is slowly opening, he will give another warning: "Alright everyone! Keep your guard up. No telling what we'll find down here." When attempting to open the next gate, he will say, "Come on, boys. Let's spread out, and see what we've got. Unblooded, do what you do best. See if you can find some way to get that gate open."

While searching for a way to open the gate, Galmar will say the following lines:

  • "Keep looking, Unblooded. There's got to be some way to get that thing open."
  • "How's it going, Unblooded? You find anything yet?"
  • "You see a lever anywhere?"

When the lever is pulled and the gate is raised, Galmar will say in victory, "That's done it! Alright, boys, let's get moving. We've got more...", then follow up with, "Steady now! They may be uglier than Imperials but they'll go down just the same." When the fight is ended he will say, "Let's hope that's the last of them. Come on, let's see what's down this way." and enter Korvanjund Crypt.

In the final chamber, Galmar will say, "That crown should be around here somewhere. Just keep an eye out for the bonewalkers..." or "The crown must be around here somewhere. Spread out, and keep your eyes open." If Ralof is not deceased, he will be in the group, and thus he will find the crown on King Borgas' brow, saying, "Hey, I found the crown over here on this corpse. Is this the one we're looking for?", to which Galmar will reply, "Ralof! get away from there, fool!" as the chamber erupts in multiple draugr emerging from their ancient slumber.

Galmar will then hurry over to the rising king and say to him, "If you don't mind, king, we'll just be taking that crown of yours and be on our way." Borgas will subsequently unsheathe his sword and attack; Galmar will then exclaim, "Have it your way. Let's get that crown, men!" After defeating the ancient king, Galmar will shout to his men, "Alright, get the crown off that draugr!" When the crown is retrieved, Galmar's parting words to the Dragonborn will be: "Get to Windhelm with the crown as quick as you can. Tell Ulfric he owes me a drink. We'll stick around here for a while and see if we can find anything else useful."

Battle for Whiterun

Galmar plays no major role in "Message to Whiterun", but if spoken to after receiving Balgruuf's reply, his only line of dialogue will be, "Speak with Ulfric. He's expecting word from Whiterun."

After being told of Balgruuf's reply, Ulfric will turn to Galmar and speak with him about the issue.

Ulfric: "You were right, Galmar."
Galmar: "Again?"
Ulfric: "I'm in no mood to joke."
Galmar: "Give the word, my lord, and Whiterun is yours."
Ulfric: "Whiterun is only a means to an end."
Galmar: "I've toured our camps. We're ready, Ulfric... Whenever you are."
Ulfric: "Is any man ever ready to give the order that will mean the deaths of many?"
Galmar: "No. But neither is every man able to give that order when he must. But you are that man, Ulfric. You've been that man before, and you'll be him again. And these men and women―they call themselves Stormcloaks because they believe in you. They are the meanest, toughest sons of bitches Skyrim has to offer. And they want this. They want this as much as you do. Perhaps they want it more."
Ulfric: "You're certain we're ready? Whiterun's army will no doubt be bolstered with Legionnares [sic] [Do not change this to "Legionnaires". This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.]. And those walls around Whiterun are old, but they still stand."
Galmar: "We are ready. And I might be old myself, but I'll kick those damn walls down with my bare feet―if you would only ask me to do it."
Ulfric: "Ha. And I'm sure you could do it, too. Alright. This is it."
Galmar: "Yes!"
Ulfric: "Send the word. "A new day is dawning and the sun rises over Whiterun.""
Galmar: "Aye, and the sons of Skyrim will greet that dawn teeth and swords flashing."
Ulfric: "So it begins."

If spoken to after that conversation but before having gone to Whiterun, Galmar will only say, "We're taking the city. Meet the brothers gathering for the attack. Fight well, or die well. Talos be with you." He may also say this during the actual battle.

In the Whiterun Military Camp, Galmar will be found with his men, making a rallying speech just before assaulting the city.

This is it men! They say that our cause is false and that we are nothing more than thieves, thugs and murderers! But no! We are farmers! We are craftsmen! We are sons and daughters of shopkeepers, maid servants and soldiers! We are the sons and daughters of Skyrim! And we have come this far because our cause is true. Because we fight as one. And because our hearts are bursting with anger! What we do here today, we do for our country! For all the true Nords of Skyrim! Whiterun's walls are tall, but they are old and crumbling, like the Empire whose Legion lines them. They've barricades to block us, but we'll tear through them and the Imperials behind them! Our objective is the drawbridge. If we can find a way to drop it, the city will be ours! Everyone on me. Let's show these Imperial milk drinkers what true Nords look like! Rrrrraaaaaarrrrr!!!!!

And with a mighty roar, Galmar will then press onward toward the city and engage the Whiterun Guards in combat. During the battle, he may occasionally shout, "They're up on that wall!", as well as his regular combat dialogue.

Once inside Dragonsreach, Galmar will advance forward to the Jarl, who is found on his throne. When the Jarl is defeated, he will surrender and Vignar Gray-Mane will enter the hall, beginning a final conversation:

Vignar: "Balgruuf!"
Balgruuf: "Vignar Gray-Mane! Your family was noticeably absent from the walls. Now I know why. Wouldn't a dagger in the back have sufficed?"
Vignar: "You think this is personal? The Empire has no place in Skyrim... not any more. And you? You have no place in Whiterun anymore."
Balgruuf: "A convenient position to hold now. But mark my words, old man, in the days to come, Ulfric will spread his rebellion thin. And what then? We need the Empire, as much as it needs us. We Nords are the Empire! Our blood built it. Our blood sustains it! You of all people should know that."
Vignar: "If this was my Empire, I'd be able to worship whoever I damned well pleased. You wish to see an Empire without Talos? Without its soul? We should be fighting those witch-elves, not bending knee to them. The Emperor is nothing more than a puppet of the Thalmor. Skyrim needs a High King who will fight for her, and Whiterun needs a Jarl who will do the same."
Balgruuf: "Tell me, Vignar. Was all this worth it? How many of those corpses lining our streets wear the faces of men who once called you friend? What about their families?"
Galmar: "Enough! Both of you! There is a burning city out there that needs a government."
Vignar: "He's right. Galmar, come, let us restore order."
Balgruuf: "This isn't over. You hear me you old fool! This isn't over! And you. A Stormcloak? I'd thought better of you.Referring to the Dragonborn. You'll all come to regret this day."

Galmar will then proceed to stand against the wall to the right the throne. He will stay there until "Liberation of Skyrim" has begun. If spoken to after that in the palace, he will only say, "Get over to Windhelm. Tell Ulfric of our victory here."

Liberation of Skyrim

Rescue from Fort Neugrad

In the Falkreath Stormcloak Camp, Galmar will be found in his tent strategizing over a map of Skyrim. When spoken to, he will give the Dragonborn their orders:

Reporting in. "You're going to Fort Neugrad. They have some of our boys locked up there. But with a little luck, we can turn that to our advantage. I've sent some men to scout the area. Meet them, see if you can't find a way to slip in, free our men, and take over the fort. They'll never suspect an attack from the inside. This won't be easy. But that's why I'm sending you. You got the grit to get this done?"

I'm not sure. I need to think about it. "I see. Well, make it quick, or do you have better things to do than fight for the people of Skyrim?"
Nothing I can't handle. "We all have faith in you." or "Good. And remember - keep the gods, and they'll keep you." or "That's what I wanted to hear. Good luck out there." or "Go with the Nine." or "I knew I could count on you." or "Talos keep you." or "Good. You got real fire in you. I like that... Talos guide you." or "Don't screw this up."

At this point, dialogue will be automatically exited. However, if one wishes to learn again what their task is, the dialogue options are available with Galmar, and he will reply similarly:

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "They have some of our boys locked up there. But with a little luck, we can turn that to our advantage. I've sent some men to scout the area. Meet them, see if you can't find a way to slip in, free our men, and take over the fort. They'll never suspect an attack from the inside."

Where am I headed again? "You're going to Fort Neugrad."

Compelling Tribute

Galmar will be found in the Reach Stormcloak Camp, in the commander's tent.

Reporting in. "Get over to Markarth. Rumor has it the Jarl's steward, Raerek, is a faithful Talos worshipper, if not a true son of Skyrim - he still supports the Empire, after all. But, if confronted with proof of his belief, you might be able to "persuade" him to aid our cause, indirectly of course. Wouldn't want to sully his reputation, would we? You'll need to be careful with this one. The Jarl's men won't look kindly on you rummaging through the steward's quarters."

I'm not sure. I need to think about it. "I see. Well, make it quick, or do you have better things to do than fight for the people of Skyrim?"
I'll get proof... and Rarek's cooperation. "I can always count on you, can't I?"

After the orders above have been given, dialogue will be automatically exited. However, the dialogue options to refresh one's memory about one's mission are available with Galmar, as they are with all of the "Liberation of Skyrim" quests, and he will reply in similarity:

Where am I headed again? "Get over to Markarth."

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "Rumor has it the Jarl's steward, Raerek, is a faithful Talos worshipper, if not a true son of Skyrim - he still supports the Empire, after all. But, if confronted with proof of his belief, you might be able to "persuade" him to aid our cause, indirectly of course. Wouldn't want to sully his reputation, would we?"

Back at the encampment, Galmar will, as usual, be found in the tent with the map.

Raerek says there's a shipment of coin traveling to Solitude. "Good job. I knew you'd come back with something for me. It just so happens, I've got some scouts along the road. Meet up with them, and together see if you can't overpower the caravan."

If asked about one's orders again, he will describe them to the Dragonborn:

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "I've got some scouts along the road. Meet up with them, and together see if you can't overpower the caravan."

The Battle for Fort Sungard

After the caravan has been successfully captured, reporting back to Galmar will result in the following conversation:

"Well done. I'll men with a wagon to collect our prize. We'll put the weapons to use here, and I'll send the coin back to Windhelm."

Reporting in. "You're going to Fort Sungard. Meet the brothers preparing for the attack. Then join them in wiping out the Imperials. Once you prevail we will garrison the fort. What do you say? Can you do this?"

I'm not sure. I need to think about it. "I see. Well, make it quick, or do you have better things to do than fight for the people of Skyrim?"
The fort is as good as ours. "Good. You've got real fire in you. I like that... Talos guide you."

Speaking to him again, after that, will end up with the following options:

Remind me again about the attack on the fort... "You're going to Fort Sungard."

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "Meet the brothers preparing for the attack. Then join them in wiping out the Imperials. Once you prevail we will garrison the fort."

A False Front

In the Hjaalmarch Stormcloak Camp, Galmar will, as usual, be found looking over the map in the commander's tent. When spoken to he will give the Dragonborn their orders:

Reporting for duty. "Need you to deliver some false orders to the Imperial Legate in Morthal. But first we need to get our hands on some Imperial orders to make the forgeries. The inns at Dragon Bridge and Rorikstead are frequent stops for Imperial runners. See if you can't "convince" one of those innkeepers to help you. One way or another, get me those documents. What do you say?"

I'm not sure. I need to think about it. "I see. Well, make it quick, or do you have better things to do than fight for the people of Skyrim?"
Consider it done. "Good. Don't die out there." or "We all have faith in you." or "Go with the Nine." or "Don't screw this up." or "That's what I wanted to hear. Good luck out there." or "Good. You've got real fire in you. I like that... Talos guide you." or "Good. And remember - keep the gods, and they'll keep you." or "I knew I could count on you."

He can then be asked again about the orders:

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "The inns at Dragon Bridge and Rorikstead are frequent stops for Imperial runners. See if you can't "convince" one of those innkeepers to help you."

When the Imperial Documents have been brought to him, Galmar will give orders to deliver the letter to Legate Taurinus Duilis in Morthal:

"Good work! Let's see what you got. Hmm... They know more of our plans than they thought... Not good... Oh, what's this? Fort Snowhawk is in need of reinforcements... We'll make sure they won't be getting those... Give me a moment while a make a few, um, "corrections" to these reports... There we go. Make sure those forged documents get to the Legate in Morthal. They should give them the wrong idea... and give us the advantage." Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "Make sure those forged documents get to the Legate in Morthal. They should give them the wrong idea... and give us the advantage."

The Battle for Fort Snowhawk

After giving the false information to Taurinus Duilis, Galmar will respond happily, and then proceed to give new orders:

"Good job! Ulfric was right about you. I'm glad to have you with us."

Reporting in. "You're going to Fort Snowhawk. Meet the brothers preparing for the attack. Then join them in wiping out the Imperials. Once you prevail we will garrison the fort. What do you say? Can you do this?

I'm not sure. I need to think about it. "I see. Well, make it quick, or do you have better things to do than fight for the people of Skyrim?"
That fort is as good as ours. "Good. You've got real fire in you. I like that... Talos guide you."

Asking again about the fort will yield the following information:

Remind me again about the attack on the fort... "You're going to Fort Snowhawk."

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "Meet the brothers preparing for the attack. Then join them in wiping out the Imperials. Once you prevail we will garrison the fort."

The Battle for Fort Hraggstad

In the Haafingar Stormcloak Camp, Galmar can be spoken to about the upcoming attack on Fort Hraggstad:

Reporting in. "You're going to the fort. Meet the brothers preparing for he attack. Then join them in wiping out the Imperials. Once you prevail we will garrison the fort. What do you say? Can you do this?"

I'm not sure. I need to think about it. "I see. Well, make it quick, or do you have better things to do than fight for the people of Skyrim?
That fort is as good as ours. "Good. You've got real fire in you. I like that... Talos guide you."

Remind me again about the attack on the fort... "You're going to the fort."

Remind me - what am I supposed to do? "Meet the brothers preparing for the attack. Then join them in wiping out the Imperials. Once you prevail we will garrison the fort."

Battle for Windhelm

After the Legion fights its way through the remaining Stormcloaks in Windhelm, Tullius, Rikke, and the Dragonborn enter the Palace of the Kings to confront Ulfric. He can be found seated on his thrones, with Galmar by his side.

Tullius: "Secure the door."
Rikke: "Already done, sir."
Tullius: "Ulfric Stormcloak! You are guilty of insurrection, murder of Imperial citizens, the assassination of King Torygg, and high treason against the Empire. It's over."
Galmar: "Not while I'm still breathing, it's not."
Rikke: "Step aside Galmar. We're here to accept Ulfric's surrender."
Ulfric: "I'll never surrender Skyrim into the hands of a corrupt and dying Empire."
Rikke: "Skyrim doesn't belong to you, Ulfric."
Ulfric: "No... But I belong to her."
Tullius: "Enough! You are traitors and will die traitors' deaths. Stand down and face public execution, or advance and face summary execution by my hands. It matters little to me. Either way I'll be sending your heads back to Cyrodiil."
Galmar: "Well? What are we waiting for?"

After killing Galmar and being sufficiently wounded, Ulfric will surrender.

Battle for Solitude

Back in the camp, Galmar will say, "We're taking the city. Meet the brothers gathering for the attack. Fight well or die well. Talos be with you."

In Castle Dour, Galmar will stand next to Ulfric when speaking to Legate Rikke:

Ulfric: "Secure the door."
Galmar: "Already done."
Rikke: "Ulfric. Stop."
Ulfric: "Stop what? Taking Skyrim back from those who'd leave her to rot?"
Rikke. "You're wrong. Ulfric. We need the Empire. Without it Skyrim will assuredly fall to the Dominion."
Galmar: "You were there with us. You saw it. The day the Empire signed that damn treaty was the day the Empire died."
Ulfric: "The Empire is weak, obsolete. Look at how far we've come and with so little. When we're done rooting out Imperial influence here at home, then we will take our war to the Aldmeri Dominion."
Rikke: "You're a damn fool."
Galmar: "Stand aside woman. We've come for the General."
Rikke: "He has given up. But I have not."
Ulfric: "Rikke. Go. You're free to leave."
Rikke: "I'm also free to stay and fight for what I believe in."
Ulfric: "You're also free to die for it."
Rikke: "This is what you wanted? Shield brothers and sisters killing each other? Families torn apart? This is the Skyrim you want?!"
Galmar: "Damnit woman, stand aside."
Rikke: "That's not the Skyrim I want to live in."
Ulfric: "Rikke. You don't have to do this."
Rikke: "You've left me no choice... Talos preserve us."

If he is spoken to while the conversation is occurring, the following exchange will occur between the Dragonborn and him:

"Always was a stubborn woman. She's not going to stand down."

Just kill her and get it over with. "You're a cold hearted bastard, aren't you?"

You're not going to kill her, are you? "Aye. I'll hate it, but I'll do it if I have to."

Rikke will then pull out her sword and attack, as will Tullius. Rikke eventually dies, and when Tullius is defeated he attempts to surrender, to no avail:

Tullius: "Enough... enough..."
Ulfric: "This is it for you. Any last words before I send you to Oblivion?"
Tullius: "You realize this is exactly what they wanted."
Galmar: "What who wanted?"
Tullius: "The Thalmor. They stirred up trouble here. Forced us to divert needed resources and throw away good soldiers quelling this rebellion."
Ulfric: "It's a little more than a rebellion, don't you think?"
Galmar: "Heh."
Tullius: "We aren't the bad guys you know."
Ulfric: "Maybe not, but you certainly aren't the good guys."
Tullius: "Perhaps you're right. But then what does that make you?"
Ulfric: "You just said it yourself."
Galmar: "It makes us right."
Tullius: "And if I surrender?"
Ulfric: "The Empire I remember never surrendered."
Galmar: "That Empire is dead. And so are you."
Tullius: "So be it."
Galmar: "Just kill him and let's be done with it already."
Ulfric: "Come, Galmar. Where's your sense of the dramatic moment?"
Galmar: "By the gods! If it's a good ending to some damn story you're after - perhaps the Dragonborn should be the one to do it."
Ulfric: "Good point."

After Tullius is finally killed, whether it be by the Dragonborn's hand or Ulfric's, Galmar will initiate a conversation with Ulfric about a final victory speech, and Elisif the Fair:

Galmar: "Good. It's done."
Ulfric: "Well, I suppose some kind of speech is in order."
Galmar: "I'll go gather the men in the courtyard."
Ulfric: "And Elisif?"
Galmar: "Don't you worry about her. I've sent my best men to round her up."

After leaving Castle Dour, Ulfric, as he said he would, makes a speech to his men about their epic victory and what the future holds:

Galmar: "And now, I present to you, Ulfric Stormcloak, hero of the people, liberator and High King of Skyrim!"
Ulfric: "I am indeed Ulfric Stormcloak, and at my side the man/woman we know as Stormblade, and the world knows as the Dragonborn.This will not be included in his speech if the Dragonborn requests that it does not. And indeed, there are many that call us heroes. But it is all of you who are the true heroes! It was you who fought a dying Empire who sunk its claws into our land, trying to drag us down with it. It was you who fought the Thalmor and their puppets who would have us deny our gods and our heritage. It was you who fought your kin who didn't understand our cause, who weren't willing to pay the price of our freedom. But more than that, it was you who fought for Skyrim, for our right to fight our own battles... To return to our glory and traditions, to determine our own future!"
Soldiers: "[Cheering]"
Ulfric: "And it is for these reasons that I cannot accept the mantle of "High King." Not until the Moot declares that title should adorn my shoulders will I accept it."
Soldier: "And what about Jarl Elisif?"
Ulfric: "Yes, what about the Lady Elisif? Will she put aside her personal hatred for me, and her misplaced love for the Emperor and his coin, so that the suffering of our people will end? Will she acknowledge that it is we Nord's [sic] [Do not change this to "Nords". This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.] who will determine Skyrim's future? Will she swear fealty to me, so all may know that we are at peace, and a new day has dawned?"
Elisif: "I do!"
Ulfric: "Then it is settled. The Jarl will continue to rule Solitude, I will garrison armies here to ward off Imperial attempts to reclaim the city. And in due time, the Moot will meet, and settle the claim to High King once and for all. There is much to do, and I need every able bodied man and woman committed to rebuilding Skyrim. A great darkness is growing, and soon we will be called to fight it, on these shores or abroad. The Aldmeri Dominion may have defeated the Empire, but it has not defeated Skyrim!"
Soldiers: "[Cheering]"

Ulfric will then turn to Galmar for feedback on his speech:

Ulfric: "How'd I do?"
Galmar: "Eh, not so bad. Nice touch about the High King."
Ulfric: "Thank you, I thought so, too."
Galmar: "It's a foregone conclusion, you know."
Ulfric: "Oh, I know."
Galmar: "The Imperials aren't going to leave us alone. They still have camps in the hills. They'll continue to strike out at us, whenever and wherever they can."
Ulfric: "I'm not afraid of the remnants of the Legion, in time they'll all give up and go home. What I fear, is that the Thalmor will see our victory here and turn greater attention to our shores. We must be prepared to face them."
Galmar: "Aye."
Ulfric: "And of course, we couldn't have done it without you. May the gods preserve you."Referring to the Dragonborn.
Galmar: "May the gods preserve us all."
Ulfric: "Come, Galmar. We've still much work to do."

Civil War dialogue

What are your reasons for joining the war? "Reasons? Since when does a man need a reason to protect his family, to defend his homeland? It's the damn outlanders and Empire that need the reasons."

Hasn't Skyrim always been a part of the Empire? "Not this Empire. The world's better without it. Certainly Skyrim is. I fought in the Imperial army, in the war against the Dominion; I bled and spilt blood for the Empire. And for what? The Empire to bend its knee before those evil Elf bastards? Signing a treaty meant to kill the heart of the Empire itself? To deny Talos? No, I will have no part in any such Empire, and I will gladly gut anyone who says otherwise.
Do you oppose anyone who's not a Nord? "I oppose tyrany. I oppose those who tell me how to live, what to think, and what to believe. I am a man. Skyrim is man's homeland. That is a fact, a fact I'm proud of. There is no shame in that. Read your history.

What is the aim of this war? "First, we'll kick the Thalmor and their bloody Imperial puppets out of the country. Then, we will rebuild Skyrim into the land she once was. When we are done with that, we will take our army to the Dominion, and show those pointy-eared bastards not every man is fit to be their slave."

Post-Civil War dialogue

What's next for the mighty Galmar Stone-Fist? "Heh. Ulfric's put me in charge of keeping an eye on the new Jarls. You know, make sure they're generally following orders. Can't say I'm looking forward to that. But, I will also be training men and women for their new armies. The Empire might send over a few Legionnaires to make sure we're serious, and of course, we'll be taking the fight to the elves soon enough. We'll need trained, disciplined and creative warriors for all that."

Is there anything further I can do for the cause? "No. I trust you'll do more good out there in the world, wherever you damn well please to go. You're a true son/daughter of Skyrim and'll know what to do. To begin with, killing any Legionnaire you find out in the wilderness. I've reports they've hidden military camps out there."


Potential allies

Ulfric: "Is there any news from High Rock?"
Galmar: "Not a peep. Those prissy Bretons can't be made to lift a finger to help their neighbors."
Ulfric: "I suppose we shouldn't be surprised. They've never had many problems with the Empire."
Galmar: "Those milk-drinkers? Might as well be elves. Think they're better than us."
Ulfric: "Regardless, it appears Skyrim must stand alone, again."

Patience in war

Ulfric: "Calm yourself, Galmar. Save it for the battlefield."
Galmar: "Our men are getting massacred out there. Damn Imperials."
Ulfric: "We can't march on Solitude. Not yet. One thing at a time."
Galmar: "We need to move faster. Keep them off balance."
Ulfric: "It's working, Galmar. Our patience has won us friends and allies. And our armies are systematically taking care of the rest."

Dragon allies

Galmar: "Do you think we could persuade one of the dragons to join our side?"
Ulfric: "I'm fairly sure that the dragons don't care about our matters one way or the other."
Galmar: "But just think of the advantage."
Ulfric: "I'm not saying it wouldn't be useful. But there are better uses of our resources right now."
Galmar: "I don't suppose we would ever really trust the thing anyway."

Unused dialogue

In a cut quest of the Stormcloak questline, Riften would have been attacked by the rebellion if it had been under Imperial control as a result of "Season Unending." After Maven's surrender, Laila Law-Giver would be initiated the following conversation:[3]

Laila: "Ahhh... It's good to be home."
Maven: "Welcome back. I've left a few surprises for you to discover."
Laila: "How kind of you. And I've brought an army to give you a going away parade."
Galmar: "If you two are finished with the touching homecoming, there's a city in chaos out there."
Laila: "Indeed. Come, there is much to be done."


  • (Regarding his loyalty to Ulfric) "I'd follow you into the depths of Oblivion, you know that."
  • "Countless dead haunt countless sleepless nights... when Skyrim becomes whole again, perhaps so will I."
  • "Battle reveals who a man really is. Remember that."
  • "The measure of a man is taken at the moment of his death, and know this for truth: the ghosts of many heroes walk among us."
  • "One lives for the things he is willing to die for."
  • "Watch yourself out there."
  • "Some say Ulfric desires to be king and nothing more... have they not seen that his anger floats on a sea of tears?"
  • "I still think you should take them all out like you did with dead King Torygg." (Regarding Ulfric's complex plans for gaining loyalty of many of Skyrim's common folk and noble Jarls)
  • "Always good to see someone I can trust."
  • "My hatred for the Empire is bested only by love for my countrymen."
  • "That we have forgotten them, this I fear the gods will remember."
  • "When we've reclaimed our homeland from the Imperials, we'll take the fight to the Thalmor. They are the true enemy. Make no mistake."
  • "If there was someone else Ulfric would trust with all this planning nonsense, I would be out there breaking heads with the rest of you."
  • "The Empire would have us become slaves to the Thalmor. We are not slaves. We are men. Free men who will slay anyone who begs to differ."
  • "What will Skyrim have become if her children submitted to tyranny?"
  • "Before we wage war on our foes, we must wage war against our lesser selves. Cleave to your higher voice and with it shatter your foes."
  • "Look deeply into the faces of the warriors around you. These are the true sons and daughters of Skyrim. See her strength and nobility in their eyes."
  • "Sometimes I wonder if Ulfric understands what I'm dealing with out here."
  • "The Empire would have us become their slaves, as they have become slaves to the Thalmor. I will not live as a slave, nor will I die as one."
  • "Ice-Veins." ―After "Battle for Whiterun."
  • "That godless Emperor can shove his damn treaty into the steaming nether reaches of my you-know-where."
  • "The Emperor would turn Skyrim into a puppet for the Dominion. I for one would not care to dance for the amusement of those foul Elves."
  • "My hatred for the Empire is exceeded only by my hatred for their witch-elf puppet-masters."
  • "The Empire is weak. That is why we fight them. Skyrim must be ruled by the strong."
  • "It was anger that brought each of us here, but it is love that keeps us fighting."
  • "Bone-Breaker." ―After "Rescue from Fort Neugrad."
  • "Snow-Hammer." ―After "The Battle for Fort Sungard."


  • "Dragonborn, even in death you dog my steps? How come you here? The king of this realm will cast you out - cursed be your name by all sons of Skyrim, with scorn unceasing." (in Sovngarde before killing Alduin)
  • "In life we were enemies, but eternity's too long to hold a grudge - my heart's now free of such old hatreds. Hero of the Nords I name you, Dragonborn, let none deny it." (in Sovngarde, after killing Alduin)

Combat dialogue

  • "Come on, you're not even trying!"
  • "I'm getting bored."
  • "Die, damnit!"
  • "Damn you!"
  • "Your blood is such a pretty shade of red!"
  • "I'll enjoy killing you!"
  • "Are you trying? 'Cause I'm not."
  • "I got something for you. But you'll have to come and get it."
  • "I eat Legionnaires like you for breakfast!"
  • "The Emperor can kiss my ass!"
  • "Now you're just making me mad."
  • "Hahahaha!"
  • "That'll teach you to cross me."
  • "Talos smite you!"


  • Galmar Stone-Fist is voiced by Paul Eiding, who also voiced Septimus Signus and Felldir the Old. He is most well known as the voice of Perceptor from The Transformers series, Col. Campbell from the Metal Gear Solid series, and Max Tennyson from the Ben 10 franchise.
  • If the Dragonborn is not a Nord, when attempting to join the Stormcloaks, Galmar will question the Dragonborn's motives based on their race (e.g. "Why's a Redguard want to fight for Skyrim?"), but later on says that he wasn't refusing them outright because of their race. The Dragonborn can respond by asking if the Stormcloaks only take Nords, stating that Skyrim is their home and that they are willing to fight for it, or stating that they simply want to fight against the Empire.
  • During a cut quest for the Imperial Legion, Legate Rikke would have had a conversation with Maven Black-Briar and Laila Law-Giver. Strangely, Rikke's lines were recorded in Galmar's voice and credited to him.
  • Interestingly, if one is playing as a Nord, Galmar does not recognize them as such. Instead, he calls them a "foreigner."[1]
  • Galmar mentions that in the event of a Stormcloak victory, they will launch an attack on the Summerset Isles to show the Thalmor that "not every man is fit to be their slave." However, this event never happens in-game.[1]


This section contains bugs related to Galmar Stone-Fist. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:

  1. Please reload an old save to confirm if the bug is still happening.
  2. If the bug is still occurring, please post the bug report with the appropriate system template  360  / XB1  ,  PS3  / PS4  ,  PC  / MAC  , depending on which platform(s) the bug has been encountered on.
  3. Be descriptive when listing the bug and fixes, but avoid having conversations in the description and/or using first-person-anecdotes: such discussions belong on the appropriate forum board.
  • During "Battle For Whiterun" he may attack the Dragonborn after entering the city. If this happens, run from him and continue the quest as directed, when you reach Dragonsreach, he will return to normal.
  • During "The Jagged Crown", Galmar may not appear at Korvanjund.
    • Solution: To remedy this, use console commands to force the quest to the next stage of progression or teleport Galmar to Kovanjund.
  • "Joining the Stormcloaks" cannot be completed properly if "Season Unending" is an active quest.
  • Frequently, Galmar cycles through old dialogue options when handing out new missions during the "Liberation of Skyrim" quest.
    • Solution: Unmarked the quest as an active quest, then reactivate it before speaking to Galmar again.
    •  PS3   If Galmar does not have the dialogue option "Reporting in." then you can attempt to "fix" this issue by simply fast traveling to another location then fast traveling back. This works for areas that are within walking distance of the camp. However fast traveling to the camp while already within it will not fix the missing dialogue option.
  • His corpse will not de-render after being killed.
  • Galmar may attack the Dragonborn when having a low bounty in Windhelm, even when sided with Stormcloaks.



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Dialogue with Galmar
  2. Dialogue between Galmar and Ulfric
  3. Creation Kit

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