She comes off as rude, impolite and arrogant when the Dragonborn talks to her, and often insults them. Even giving the Dragonborn an option to ask if she often insults other people like that.
Fit for a JarlEdit
Upon his or her first visit to the Blue Palace, she may ask for the Dragonborn to wear an outfit tailored by her thus starting the radiant quest "Fit for a Jarl". She rewards the Dragonborn with the tailored-outfit, Radiant Raiment Fine Clothes (which can be enchanted) and a leveled amount of gold.
Upon completing the "Fit for a Jarl" radiant quest and investing in her store, Taarie becomes a marriage option. When married, Taarie "opens a shop", and gives the player a profit of 100 each day; every day the profits are not collected, they accumulate.
- When you marry her, she opens up a new store even though she already owns Radiant Raiment.
- She is the only Altmer you are capable of marrying without use of console commands.
- If you invest Endarie's shop instead of Taarie's, the opportunity to marry her will be missed as the investment option will disappear.
- Taarie might not spawn, rendering the Fit for a Jarl quest impossible.
- After completing the quest, the option to marry might not become available.
- There are several ways around this, the most common fix is to simply take off the Amulet of Mara and and wait 24 hours. Put the amulet back on and talk to her again and the option should come up. Her store MUST be invested in AND do the sidequest, then she will give the option for marriage.
- If Taarie begins speaking to the player as they pass by she may appear at a fast-traveled location. She will finish talking and start walking back to Solitude.
- Taarie can be found dead in Solitude for no apparent reason. Her body will be moved to the Hall of the Dead. If looted one will find various gems and jewelery, her clothing, and a key to Radiant Raiment.
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (First appearance)