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Goldenglow Bill of Sale #1Edit
This document acknowledges the sale of Goldenglow Estate and all property, assets and materials contained within. Payment of the property has been made in full by Gulum-Ei as an agent on behalf of the buyer. All dealings with the Thieves Guild in Riften is to cease immediately. To deter any possible retribution for this act, you are to take immediate steps to protect our assets in any way you see fit. I think you'll find that the Thieves Guild is far more bark than bite and will likely avoid Goldenglow Estate rather than thin their already dwindling numbers.
Good luck and may this be the start of a long and lucrative partnership.
Goldenglow Bill of Sale #2Edit
This deed signifies ownership of Goldenglow Estate to the undersigned. This includes all property, livestock, resources, buildings and staff. Ownership may only be transferred with an accompanying Bill of Sale.
- When Mercer tells the Dragonborn of the bill's contents, he says that it mentions a Gaju-Lei, an alias of Gulum-Ei. However, if the Dragonborn chooses to read it when it is stolen from the safe, it directly lists Gulum-Ei's name.
- The Dragonborn has the option of informing Maven Black-Briar about their mission to investigate the sale of Goldenglow. She will say she will compensate the Dragonborn, and the Guild, if they give the deed to her. However, there is no option to do so, even after finishing "Scoundrel's Folly."
This section contains bugs related to Goldenglow Bill of Sale. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:
- At the beginning of "Scoundel's Folly," Mercer Frey states that the Goldenglow Bill of Sale mentions a "Gajul Lei," a.k.a. Gulum-Ei. However Gulim-Ei is mentioned under his real name in the first edition of the Goldenglow Bill of Sale.