Daedric quests are awsome, they provide some of the coolest stories, activities, characters, memorable moments, and of course rewards. But do the ends always justify the means? Many of the quests involve killing innocent people or unleashing evil or sinister things on Skyrim. I really like the role playing aspect of Skyrim so I often think about the impact of my character's decisions; I know I greatly enjoyed killing the group of cannibals at the end of "The Taste of Death" instead of eating Brother Verulus.

Anyway, what do you all think? Do any of you choose endings that "'fail" the quest for the same of keeping good NPCs alive and killing some bad ones?