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  • So I was reading up on Braith and her conversations with her parents. So I thought of a side quest for her. After Braith has a conversation with one of her parents, the Dragonborn can talk with her. Braith will explain that she has a crush on a boy, but her parents seem to ignore her. You can ask her who she has a crush on and she will explain that she has a crush on Lars. That's why she acts out because Lars doesn't realize she has a crush on her and her parents don't seem to care. You convince her to confess her feelings for Lars. Braith goes to see Lars and you go with her. Braith tells Lars about her feelings for him and explains that's why she picks on him. Lars is confused at first but quickly apologizes for not realizing. He says that they can go on a date tomorrow. Lars runs off and Braith turns toward the Dragonborn. She states that her parents never cared this much about her life outside the house. She asks the Dragonborn if he would like to adopt her. The Dragonborn says yes and she goes to your house.


    The next time the Dragonborn goes to Whiterun, Amren confronts the Dragonborn on the whereabouts of his daughter. You explain that she came to live in your home. He pulls out his sword demanding that his daughter come home. Braith suddenly shows up and steps up to her father. She yells at him for always going away and ignoring her when she just wanted to spend time with him. Amren puts his sword away and apologizes for being such a terrible father. Braith accepts his apology, but states that she isn't coming home. Amren understands and asks if she's happy where she is now. Braith says she is and Amren says that he's. Braith then thanks her father for understanding.


    This took me 30 minutes. Like if you cri everytiem.

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    • So, technically you're saying that if she's unbearable it's because Amren has to work to feed her? What about her mother who do nothing of her life except reading? 

      Even if I tought you were right, I still don't want to work for her happiness. Also, the Dragonborn basically stole a child from her parents. 

      PS : To me other children of Skyrim are far more deserving : her greedy family stole Lucia's inheritance, why not a quest to obtain justice for her (death, jail, etc depending on your definition of justice)? Why not a quest to find Sofie's lost Stormcloak father? Or even another one to persuade Sissel's family to stop beating her? I can go on and on about why many others need help while Braith deserves a smacking.

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    • The Brotherhood are the good guys. The only way to help children in Skyrim currently is to involve the parents in "fatal accidents" and then adopt.

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    • Lel.

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    • Raythornclaw wrote:
      The Brotherhood are the good guys. The only way to help children in Skyrim currently is to involve the parents in "fatal accidents" and then adopt.

      The morality of the DB is a whole other matter but since we're talking about them it would have been cool to have the possibility to actually help people and/or children by using them. You know, things like deciding how you're going to arrange these fatal accidents to make Sissel (since I was talking about her) an orphan to save her from her familly. Will her father walk on that bear trap that mysteriously appear near his cabages then succumb to his bleeding? Or will he die because he was drunk, fell asleep then fell into the fireplace?  

      Similary to the DB main questline. After all, the faction has a new leader if you complete it so you may as well decide to do moral things the immoral way.

      I don't know if I'd be ok to do something like that to Braith's father though, despite his annoying familly he's a good guy.

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    • Bilitis wrote:
      Raythornclaw wrote:
      The Brotherhood are the good guys. The only way to help children in Skyrim currently is to involve the parents in "fatal accidents" and then adopt.
      The morality of the DB is a whole other matter but since we're talking about them it would have been cool to have the possibility to actually help people and/or children by using them. You know, things like deciding how you're going to arrange these fatal accidents to make Sissel (since I was talking about her) an orphan to save her from her familly. Will her father walk on that bear trap that mysteriously appear near his cabages then succumb to his bleeding? Or will he die because he was drunk, fell asleep then fell into the fireplace?  

      Similary to the DB main questline. After all, the faction has a new leader if you complete it so you may as well decide to do moral things the immoral way.

      I don't know if I'd be ok to do something like that to Braith's father though, despite his annoying familly he's a good guy.


      just do it right now. i pocketed a frenzy potion on Sissel's father and adopted her.

      when you use the killable children mod, sissel thanks you for murdering her sister

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    • Dear lord. What have I started.

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    • Phantomsanic360 wrote:
      Dear lord. What have I started.

      Good job lol

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    • I try to change things up, k?  :3

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    • welcome to skyrim

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    • Phantomsanic360 wrote:
      I try to change things up, k? :3

      It never ends well.

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    • I can see that.

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    • Bilitis wrote:
      So, technically you're saying that if she's unbearable it's because Amren has to work to feed her? What about her mother who do nothing of her life except reading? 

      Even if I tought you were right, I still don't want to work for her happiness. Also, the Dragonborn basically stole a child from her parents. 

      PS : To me other children of Skyrim are far more deserving : her greedy family stole Lucia's inheritance, why not a quest to obtain justice for her (death, jail, etc depending on your definition of justice)? Why not a quest to find Sofie's lost Stormcloak father? Or even another one to persuade Sissel's family to stop beating her? I can go on and on about why many others need help while Braith deserves a smacking.

      late to the party, but i both agree and disagree with bilitis i agree about saffir but braith needs help too, she has a father that has to constantly leave for periods of time and a mother who reads probably cheesy romance novels, so i have troble beause i want to give her a better home and saffir i kill easy but i just cant bring myself to kill amren

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    • 23.115.203.201 wrote:
      Bilitis wrote:
      So, technically you're saying that if she's unbearable it's because Amren has to work to feed her? What about her mother who do nothing of her life except reading? 

      Even if I tought you were right, I still don't want to work for her happiness. Also, the Dragonborn basically stole a child from her parents. 

      PS : To me other children of Skyrim are far more deserving : her greedy family stole Lucia's inheritance, why not a quest to obtain justice for her (death, jail, etc depending on your definition of justice)? Why not a quest to find Sofie's lost Stormcloak father? Or even another one to persuade Sissel's family to stop beating her? I can go on and on about why many others need help while Braith deserves a smacking.

      late to the party, but i both agree and disagree with bilitis i agree about saffir but braith needs help too, she has a father that has to constantly leave for periods of time and a mother who reads probably cheesy romance novels, so i have troble beause i want to give her a better home and saffir i kill easy but i just cant bring myself to kill amren
      • trouble not troble
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    • 23.115.203.201 wrote:
      Bilitis wrote:
      So, technically you're saying that if she's unbearable it's because Amren has to work to feed her? What about her mother who do nothing of her life except reading? 

      Even if I tought you were right, I still don't want to work for her happiness. Also, the Dragonborn basically stole a child from her parents. 

      PS : To me other children of Skyrim are far more deserving : her greedy family stole Lucia's inheritance, why not a quest to obtain justice for her (death, jail, etc depending on your definition of justice)? Why not a quest to find Sofie's lost Stormcloak father? Or even another one to persuade Sissel's family to stop beating her? I can go on and on about why many others need help while Braith deserves a smacking.

      late to the party, but i both agree and disagree with bilitis i agree about saffir but braith needs help too, she has a father that has to constantly leave for periods of time and a mother who reads probably cheesy romance novels, so i have troble beause i want to give her a better home and saffir i kill easy but i just cant bring myself to kill amren

      I would not call that "needing help". Braith is in a safe city with walls, Whiterun is not a particulary cold place and she does not have to work to survive. All she does all day is running in the streets and beating Lars. 

      In real life, we don't took a child off her parents hands because she's a brat. We educate her, educate her parents, find activities for her.

      I guess Skyrim needs schools.

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    • Bilitis wrote:
      23.115.203.201 wrote:
      Bilitis wrote:
      So, technically you're saying that if she's unbearable it's because Amren has to work to feed her? What about her mother who do nothing of her life except reading? 

      Even if I tought you were right, I still don't want to work for her happiness. Also, the Dragonborn basically stole a child from her parents. 

      PS : To me other children of Skyrim are far more deserving : her greedy family stole Lucia's inheritance, why not a quest to obtain justice for her (death, jail, etc depending on your definition of justice)? Why not a quest to find Sofie's lost Stormcloak father? Or even another one to persuade Sissel's family to stop beating her? I can go on and on about why many others need help while Braith deserves a smacking.

      late to the party, but i both agree and disagree with bilitis i agree about saffir but braith needs help too, she has a father that has to constantly leave for periods of time and a mother who reads probably cheesy romance novels, so i have troble beause i want to give her a better home and saffir i kill easy but i just cant bring myself to kill amren
      I would not call that "needing help". Braith is in a safe city with walls, Whiterun is not a particulary cold place and she does not have to work to survive. All she does all day is running in the streets and beating Lars. 

      In real life, we don't took a child off her parents hands because she's a brat. We educate her, educate her parents, find activities for her.

      I guess Skyrim needs schools.

      that anon was me, didnt have an account,

      i suppose i worded it wrong, and agree with you now. but i still dont wanna kill armen, so i want something like this, so i could adopt braith without killing amren, then again, (realized while writing this) she's the reason amren ays he knows he made the right choice in retiring from becoming a soldier. so, i would probably still feel guilty, so i digress

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    • Mods maybe?

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    • Superior Skymonkey
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      i realize i shouldn't have posted this, as it is useless.
      02:45, December 8, 2017
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    • Bilitis wrote:
      Raythornclaw wrote:
      The Brotherhood are the good guys. The only way to help children in Skyrim currently is to involve the parents in "fatal accidents" and then adopt.
      The morality of the DB is a whole other matter...

      evil is a point of view

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