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How to become Blood-Kin?

Discussion in 'Skyrim Help' started by Samuel Grieve, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Samuel Grieve

    Samuel Grieve New Member

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    i have no idea how to become blood kin, any help?
  2. Necromis

    Necromis Well-Known Member

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    If you marry an orc you become in-law-kin....:D

    Seriously, though, if you do quests for them you can become blood-kin., or at the least get access freely to their strongholds/villages.
  3. Samuel Grieve

    Samuel Grieve New Member

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    who do i speak to/where to get the quests?
  4. Necromis

    Necromis Well-Known Member

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    you have to go to each orc location, it will be different people at each location.
  5. Rex Prime

    Rex Prime Premium Airtcle Writer

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    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
  6. Flint firestorm

    Flint firestorm The leading man, who else?

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    Go to one and you will get a quest called forge masters fingers. Complete and your in or do the dredic quest for malecath
  7. Rayven

    Rayven Global Moderator Staff Member

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    Moved to Help section.
  8. 3v3r

    3v3r I have scale-itch... Don't ask how I got it.

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    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.
  9. Halkin

    Halkin pzzzztt

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    this bugged out on me first time i ever got it, no quest log or map marker, but following a guide sorted it
  10. Demented_Demon

    Demented_Demon Full time badass

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    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.

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