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Discussion in 'Skyrim Help' started by Samuel Grieve, Mar 15, 2012.
i have no idea how to become blood kin, any help?
If you marry an orc you become in-law-kin....
Seriously, though, if you do quests for them you can become blood-kin., or at the least get access freely to their strongholds/villages.
who do i speak to/where to get the quests?
you have to go to each orc location, it will be different people at each location.
There should be a quest for some strongholds so that they let you enter, also i was able to get to all strongholds after killing bandits for a farm near markath, there was an Orc who was there when i told the farm, then i started to say:
''i will inform the Orc stronholds (or something like this) that you can enter, you are a good man (or something like this).
Just do something for an orc
Go to one and you will get a quest called forge masters fingers. Complete and your in or do the dredic quest for malecath
Moved to Help section.
In front of Markarth (I think that's the spelling) and down the road is a small village that asks for help after finishing, it talk to the orc and he will get you in.
this bugged out on me first time i ever got it, no quest log or map marker, but following a guide sorted it
In the stronghold near windhelm, the chif asks you to find a pair of gauntlets named the fourgemasters fingers. they can be found in a chest in Anisilvund, at the very last room (it has an alchemy table in it). Ansilvund is what looks like a mine from the entrance, but is really a large tomb filled with necromancers. i'd recomend being at quite a high level when going after them. Anisilvund is south east of the stronghold you get the quest from, if you get to Mzulft you're about half way there.