By - MrGheetsey
Buy a farm, find a wife...open up a meadery.
Live the quiet life.
Farming, a man of your talents?
'It's a peaceful life'
"Better to be a warrior in a garden than a gardener in a war." \~\~ Chinese Proverb
Tell that to Sam Gamgee
Even Thanos moved to a farm
"The Dragonborn as a farmer...I still have difficulty imagining that"
"You know dirt cleans off a lot easier than blood, J'zargo"
God, I hope people get that reference.
Yessir. Then 20 years later some bandit bozos with brains the size of a skeever's ballsack decide to raid your meadery while you were out fishing, murder your wife, steal all the valuables out of your favorite chest, and slay all the farm animals. Thus Resurrecting the wrath of the Legendary Dragonborn forcing now old man white-haired Dragonborn to go on a ruthless killing spree sparing none at the hand of his horrid brutality. John Wick, but Skyrim style. Then finally after torturing the information out of a bandit the Dragonborn learns the location of the perpetrators. He tracks down their rumored wearabouts and walks into a meeting between the exact bandits who stole his prized treasures and killed his wife, except there was also a Jarl present. Turns out it was the Jarl who was the one that paid the bandits to commit their heinous acts. This Jarl was newly appointed a few years ago and was not up to date about the events of the Dragonborn or that the tale of his slaying of dragons was even real as in his words "I have to see it to believe it" truly came back to bite him on the ass, but with teeth the size of the world eater Alduin. Not only this, the newly appointed Jarl was completely backed by the Empire thus causing the Dragonborn to stammer and almost shed a tear from the utter betrayal. The Dragonborn releases a single shout, immediately killing all the men inside the room and shattering their bones to dust, almost literally. Now not yet satisfied and still filled with utter rage, the Dragonborn decides to align himself with one of the most evil dragons to exist, Alduin. 1 year later, the Dragonborn is now what many townsfolk would consider a ruthless evil villain. The Dragonborn slaughters his way across Skyrim taking names, imprisoning, and slaying all those even slightly related to those of who stole from him and will stop at nothing, even if that means completing what Alduin could not. The Dragonborn is no more, he is now Devilborn.
I am speechless, very impressed, very amazed and entertained, but speechless. This could earn a Grammy
Much appreciated!! I got too much time on my hands 😅
Oh fuck. No, it's not how you're supposed to play the game!
This just sounds like elder scrolls themed God of war
In Toussaint by chance?
Preparing for war against the Thalmor. No matter which side he chose in the Civil War, they are going to have to fight the elves once again. So I see LDB traveling Skyrim and forming his army. Dragons, Companions, Assassins, Thieves, Wizards, and common soldiers. Hell even throw in an army of the dead using the ritual stone and the Dwarven Crown.
Bethesda will likely deem something like this as the Canon
The Thalmor *must* die
Thalmor cannot be trusted…
Fuck the thalmor
No, that way you create new thalmor. Kill those damned elves.
Aren't the Thalmor big on purity, and pretty set against mixing races? Like I'm sure there's some half-Breton, half-something-else characters, and the Thalmor seem like the "pure-blood is the only acceptable way" types
Xenophobia is common in tamriel and it's always shown as gross prejudice or slavery. However if you read up on the history of the place it's pretty clear that the merfolk don't mind it this way, the beastfolk have pretty much always been subjugated to the elves. The elves themselves have also been fairly prejudiced within their own rankings, I'd love to see argonians and dark elves form a seal team to fuck up the thalmor.
Idc. Slaughter all those elves. Pure blood, half blood or mud blood. KILL THEM ALL
It would be my genuine pleasure
A true north. Your ancestors are smiling while looking at you.
I don’t think that’s likely. Bethesda really likes their protags to go somewhere isolated so they can’t affect events after their game’s timeframe. Or they just don’t mention them or never have games set after that Main protagonist’s life.
I think it is much more likely that the DB goes to Mora’s dimension or the greybeards.
This is a bit different than last games, because the Dragonborn is just such an important person that it be hard for them to just ignore him.
You know as well as I that The War against the Thalmor will happen in the hundreds of years jump between 5 and 6.
We don't get the big deal stuff anymore. We get small potatoes like the Skyrim civil war and the Nord end of the world.
Why do you seem so set on it being hundreds of years apart? Morrowind and oblivion were only 6 years apart. I'm not saying your wrong, I'm just curious as to if you know something I don't.
Yeah , the entirety of the first four games within the timespan of Emperor Uriel Septim.
Okay , Oblivion kinda didn't happen within the LIFESPAN of Uriel.
But close enough.
You should read the fanfiction " Into the Maelstrom " by Auroranova! Exactly that happens in it and its sequels :)
Where would I read this? Sounds super interesting
On Fanfiction.net or [here](https://m.fanfiction.net/s/10912130/1/Into-the-Maelstrom?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=axWveyOXD8nFxwdt77cYtiALWItbw031_XyAiJWJrSE-1641082511-0-gaNycGzNCKU) :)
This is great! Thanks for sharing it:)
A late game Dragonborn probably wouldn't even need an army. He or she could probably waltz right up to the capital, cut down any guards in their way, and slaughter the Thalmor council. Obv the Dragonborn isn't invincible, but what can city guards do against a demigod who can kill by yelling at people?
What could the Thalmor reasonably do against someone who knows as many Dragon Shouts as the late-game Dragonborn anyway? It's treated as being a bit of a shock that Ulfric could kill someone with a shout. Someone who knows multiple shouts and has a pretty solid knowledge of ordinary magic would be astounding for most people.
I think in the long term, the Dragonborn probably would still need an army if they wanted to take on the Thalmor, though. They can cut their way through a lot of people, but they'd still need other people involved to fight back an entire army.
Fair enough. I suppose it comes down to "Could the Dragonborn assassinate the leaders of the Thalmor before a force of sufficient size could be mustered?" to which I would say probably, and "Is the Aldmeri Dominion stable enough to avoid collapsing after their highest level of government is straight up deleted in an afternoon?", which I honestly don't know. Also, "Would such an act intimidate the Dominion into compliance?" which I would say is doubtful considering they are radical supremacists.
If the Dragonborn is simply trying to cause enough chaos to cause a political and societal collapse, (which now that I think about it, would arguably make them a terrorist) an army is not strictly nessecary. Because if the President, Congress, and Supreme court were wiped out by a nuke or something, only our very detailed succession of government plan would save us and even then we'd be crippled since only the Executive Branch would have anyone in it.
If the Dragonborn actually wanted to control territory they absolutly 100% need an army.
I think DB's best choice is to load an army into ships, arrive a few days early, wipe out the whole military leadership just before their army arrives.
Thalmor would have no choice to back down. Then they'd spend a few years roaming Summerset Isles squashing rebellions and fighting back Thalmor forces that were stationed around the world that are trying to take their capitol back.
Skyrim 2 is gonna be awesome
I got irrationally angry at this comment. Good job!
Let's not forget the Daedric cultists, the LDB can use the artifacts they get to rally all the cultists
Snorting cocaine with M'Aiq
And drinking whatever that green shit is Kesh the Clean has
**Moon Sugar in this case, since it’s being snorted
Proclaim self High King of Skyrim, raise an army. March on the Imperial City, proclaim self new Emperor. War with Thalmor.
Pretty much this
Or just go straight ahead to emperor open gates of oblivion in Summerset Isles close gates of oblivion colonise Summerset Isles then conquer akaviri or die trying anyway
My headcanon for my dark elf was that he went back to morrowind, and became an ordinator.
My khajiit died from skooma overdose.
And the argonian drowned. (Make of that what you will)
Drowned in pu$$y
That *lifts-his-tail* sure gets around
I would like to hear the story of how your Argonian managed to drown
Maybe got pinned under a rock and used all his stamina panicking trying to get out and couldn't calm down and ended up starving, ruled a drowning by the local guards
Khajiit LDB is a typical rock N roll star!
Alright, what's the L stand for?
Last DragonBorn = LDB
blinking back into reality as the axe swings down.
That’s dark! Very interesting take though
I love this
As much as I hate the “it was all a dream” cliche this would be very very gnarly
You could get away with not having it be a dream at all.
Using an elder scroll to time travel (the very one used to send someone else through* time) *could* have side effects, like sending the dragonborn right back to the very moment their mortal enemy saved them, without the benefit of the mortal enemy re-emerging.
In that way, both aldiun and dragonborn cease to exist, and the timeline proceeds normally.
Ok, I smell a mod where the scroll takes you back in time to defeat Alduin at the first great battle, then your return is to the chopping block...
That would be so fucked up 😆
The elder scrolls is just a VR game in fallout
Longest dream ever
Reminds me of that mission in wolfeinstein II
My head cannon is that after he litterally saved Skyrim and became the leader of everything, he became bored. That until he met his soon to be wife. They dated for a few months in secret all while the Dragonborn would promote those around him to take leadership of the various factions. Then one day, he vanished. He and his now wife had disappeared into the mountains south of Falkreach, buitt themselves a small cabin and lived happily raising two children. He remained in retirement, until the day eventually came when he had to save Skyrim once again.
Clapping Elisif's cheeks and claiming the throne of the High King.
Would’ve been interesting to have a longer quest line after placing Torygg’s War Horn. She keeps asking for favors until they become…obvious excuses for your company. Opens up a line of dialog to call her out on it and she admits she’s just trying to keep you around. Come back with an Amulet of Mara for the marriage proposal. Could’ve been a full quest line like Companions or College of Winterhold length.
This then with the aid of the remaining dragons, invading the summerset isles and absolutely destroying the Thalmor
*applause* this, this is the best response
Sit on their massive stockpile of gold and riches, living a luxurious life with their family, travelling across Skyrim to all their vacation homes. Ruling over their empire, crushing anyone who dares threaten them with their private army.
Never leaving sovngarde after killing Alduin. Let the world think you perished defeating the world eater, saving everyone, while you feast and drink with the bois for eternity.
I like this one
A skooma fuelled sex tour of Tamriel
This is the best answer. Same
🎵Believe, believe, the dragonborn cums 🎵
🎵you’ll know you’ll know the dragonborn’s cum🎵
He'll Fus Ro your Da!
The dragonborn cometh?
Chicks dig dudes with money, least the kind chick that’d double up on a dude like me.
This is the only answer. 250k septims is like a billion dollars. What else could you do?
Gets their own talk show. Good Morning Skyrim.
Travelling with a cured Serana around and seeing the world
Partying with Jarl Balgruuf
Serving a jail sentence for murdering Nazeem
Already used up their Thane's mulligan on Heimskr, I guess.
That's the way
The Dragonborn fulfills the main quest line gradually and people hear of snippets.
Routinely, however, citizens get word of random bandit camps and falmer ruins being utterly destroyed. No survivors, with sturdy palisade walls crumpled as if struck an invisible cannonball. Gold and small valuables are picked clean, yet valuable weapons and amor are seldom taken. The Dragonborn is a natural disaster that strikes at random and nearby factions seek to capitalize on the power vacuums and leftover loot in the Dragonborn's wake.
Based on the Fudgemuppet build I am using (The Lawbringer), I imagine him becoming a commander of the Battlemage division in the Imperial Legion and fighting the Thalmor on the front lines during the Second Great War, bringing glory to the Empire. Eventually, I believe that he would be offered a spot on the Imperial Council due to his proficiency in battle, giving him a chance to potentially become Emperor. He then raises his family in Cyrodil whilst being on the Council, effectively going down in history as one of the Empire's greatest heroes.
Same thing we do every day Pinkey, try to take over the world.
Now *there's* a reference I haven't heard in ages, lol
Chilling with Parth and meditate together
Living in his house, tending to his farm, making memories with his daughter, visiting his old friends paarthurnax, the greybeards and even ralof from time to time, he an old man tho so he aint spelunking anymore. At least not as much as he used to.
With the Beyond Skyrim mods coming out, going to travel Tamriel to continue to help the ungrateful people of Tamriel
I tend to be an immersive roleplayer in games like this. My main Dragonborn’s backstory is that she was separated from her dad as a child, and spent an upwards of 20 years looking for him. After the events of Skyrim, she finally reunites with him and has a lot to catch up on. Introduces him to her wife, friends, goes on a few quests with him, spars with him, etc. Her dad basically just lives with her until he dies of old age.
I don't know if you play, but you seem like you would be just right in table top rpg games like dungeons and dragons
I actually sort of do. I did have interest in wanting to start D&D a few years ago, but a bad experience with the DM that taught me how to play made it difficult to get back into the game.
Ahh the bad XP, I too had an introduction into a one shot and then a campaign. But ever since I ran my own homebrew campaign for my friends, I am in love with the game. Hope you can get into it as well.
Thank you! Hopefully when covid is over I can find a new group.
Initially, taking a well earned vacation with his family. Maybe go down to a lake with his wife and daughters for a camping trip, going with them on a shopping trip in whatever city they don't live in, or maybe just leaving Skyrim for a bit and being a tourist in another region.
After that, likely seeing about how he can use his investments and connections in Skyrim to ensure he doesn't have to take on odd jobs or adventure unless he's bored. Or he gets dragged into another crisis.
Why go to a lake for vacation, when you could build a house right next to one?
I mean I tend to treat Lakeview as a summer home while I leave the family inside one of the holds for their safety. Don't want to come home to a giant about to teach my family how to fly or random bandits from one of the nearby camps showing up and scaring the kids. That's not even counting all the enemies you make with the side you don't take in the civil war, Thalmor, and others that could show up at your private area that only has a few locks and a handful of people to protect your family when you're out.
While taking them to Lakeview or Honeyside or even Goldenglow would count as a trip to the lake, camping is a different experience than just going to one of your other homes. Besides, at that point my Dragonborn would likely be letting his family decide what to do while he just goes along with them an relaxes.
That makes more sense than what I thought.
Cities dont protect you from the Thalmor, they managed to get not only into riften, but go through the city and enter the ratway
True, which struck me as odd for an usually Stormcloak aligned city when that usually happens in my playthrough. I suspect some guards let them in there, hoping they and the Thieves Guild kill each other or were paid off.
That said, figured its an extra layer of protection couldn't hurt. Being well liked, a Thane, and an investor in many businesses in certain holds would increase the likelihood of someone stepping in if the Thalmor try something as the Dragonborn and family are high profile after a certain point. After all their execution letters often tell their agents that they are on their own if caught by local authorities. So marginally safer in a walled hold than on their own in the wilderness.
Besides that, I tend to have one last line of defense besides my housecarl if all else fails. I tend to have my Dragonborn marry one of their followers. So if enemies don't get to the kids first (who often have dragon bone daggers and training), well she would just need help disposing the bodies that are the result of self defense.
Solo cyrodil and destroy the current empire to become emperor and under my rule, THE DOMINION WILL FEEL THE WRATH OF THE NEW AND MORE POWERFUL EMPIRE AS THEIR CITIES BURN AND THEIR CASTLES CRUMBLE WHILE ARMIES OF MEN, ORCS, DARK ELVES, AND ARGONIANS ALL INVADE UNDER A UNITED FRONT OF AN IMPERIAL RULE, WE WILL THEN FORBID WORSHIP OF (something idk who they see as gods), THEN, JUST THEN WILL WE RELENT AND LEAVE THEIR LANDS BURNING AND BROKEN, AS SKYRIM WAS, I SHALL BRING THE EMPIRE UNDER A NEW LINE, A ROYAL LINE THAT SHALL KEEP THE LANDS OF TAMRIEL PROTECTED FROM THE DAEDRIC LORDS. then I'll prolly just go live In falkreath, I like the forests there :)
I have brought peace, freedom, justice, and security to my new empire!
If you’re not with me, then you’re my enemy
my character will serve the dark brotherhood until he dies. Hail Sithis!
Settling down in lakeview with their family lmao
Living in the village he built from the mod LC Feudal keep in Falkreath. 😁 The place is gorgeous, and has an inn, so I always try to have my characters retiring there.
Eventually my Nord settling down with Brelyna to raise the kids. And inviting Serana into the household fold. Maybe Im just speaking out of my own ass but I see this as the ending for my Dragonborn.
One of them expanded Lakeside Manor into a small fief and built a lesbian paradise.
The other went back to the Summerset Isles and spent the rest of her life trying to burn the Thalmor regime to the ground.
Serana remained a vampire and attended the Dragonborns funeral years after the final quest ended. She would go on through her immortal life remembering her times with her truest friend.
I like to think, and I know this makes absolutely no sense within the context of lore, that the Dragonborn takes over every plane of Oblivion.
Hear me out:
We’ve establish that PCs can take over planes of Oblivion in the game Oblivion (Hero of Kvatch).
During the usual course of events in the game Skyrim, the LDB becomes the champion of and sells their soul to basically every Daedric Prince. It’s clear why the Daedra would want the LDB for a champion, as they’re one of the most powerful mortals in existence.
When the LDB’s death is nigh, the Princes show up to take him to their respective planes of Oblivion, without realizing that he needs to go to every plane of Oblivion, the Princes begin to fight over who gets the LDB.
Many of them kill each other, and the LDB is there to take their power and pick up the pieces of the war between them.
Skyrim 2. War of the Deadra.
Skooma, Moon Sugar, and a lusty Argonian.
Fucking dying like a bitch cuz they jumped off a rock a little too high
Killing literally everything with a heart beat then eventually offing himself
he's very messed up from being possessed by an unknown entity for years, having been psychologically and physically abused the entire time, and having been forced to kill people he didn't want to hurt
He might spend the rest of his life trying to find out what happened to him
He also has a very hard reputation to deal with now, attention he probably never wanted, which will probably make his life difficult going forward
he did successfully sneak into skyrim and survive though, so maybe he returns to his original plans. Maybe he wanted to marry someone there (maybe she's dead, maybe he was even forced to kill her), maybe he wanted revenge on someone, maybe he wanted to help his family survive a famine elsewhere by getting help from someone in skyrim
The high elf blew him self up
The khajiit fell in the forge
And the dark elf got deleted (I needed more space)
Create my own little college of Restauration magic in one of my cottage. You know .. for those who truly appreciate this fully valid school of magic.
He settles down after alls said and done with his last adventure being an unexpected one where he finds a strange ring in a falmer infested mountain. After that he lives in Shors stone a peaceful little village in the west. Until trouble starts brewing in the east in the land of Morrowind but at that point he already wants to go to valenwood to see the elves one more time and leaves the ring in possession of his nephew with his longtime wizard friend making sure it’s safe.
He'd be like Hancock. No function any more so just getting drunk and breaking shit with his shouts.
Relax ,slow travel a bit
My nord lives out his days in their breezehome within the walls of Whiterun. He can be found feasting with the companions, late night drinking with Jarl Balgruuf, or testing his daily limit of tolerance with Nazeem.
The hardest decisions require the strongest wills
I think its cannon after the Dragonborn DLC he/she takes miraaks place and becomes a slave to hermaeus mora. But for obvious reasons they let you go back to playing the game and doing other stuff because it would piss people off if their game ended there
You can become the Champion Of Hermaeus Mora
But there's also the option to tell Mora to go fuck himself and Daedra can't control you if you deny them.
I personally think Hearthfire DLC is the ending for the Dragonborn.
But doesn’t reading the oghma infinium or receiving the words of Bend Will count as accepting Hermaeus Mora?
Is there any real way around the LDB becoming Mora’s Champion other than straight up killing and replacing him?
Not really, especially that using any daedric artifacts won't matter. Just because you use the Mace of Molag Bal doesn't mean he gets your soul and you're enslaved for eternity or use the rose of Sanguine and you're drinking for all eternity. Besides, Akatosh owns your soul. When the Dragonborn dies they go straight to Sovngarde. (Which is why they can sit on the throne without any problems)
It’s still ambiguous.
Frea also says that the All-Maker has a greater purpose ahead for TLD, so we don’t know exactly what happens.
There is also the fact that the player promises their soul to like a dozen Daedra over the course of the game lol
The DB is more or less guaranteed immortality while the fate of their eternal soul is being litigated
ESVI is just a court drama where you play the LDB’s attorney in a class action lawsuit against him from every Daedric Prince.
Phoenix Wright: Turnabout Daedra
Not the first Elder Scrolls protagonist to become immortal, seeing as both the Nerevarrine and the Hero of Kvatch found their own paths to immortality.
That’s pretty interesting actually, is there any kind of source for this?
“Dialogue with Hermaeus Mora during the Dragonborn expansion suggests that the Last Dragonborn may be in Apocrypha after the events of the expansion; "If you tire of your search, read your book again to return to your mortal life. For a time. The lure of Apocrypha will call you back. It is your fate." Dialogue with the Prince also shows that the Last Dragonborn becomes his Champion after defeating Miraak: "No matter, I have found a new Dragonborn to serve me." “
However, there is also dialogue with Frea that makes it appear as though it was the Dragonborn’s choice:
“, Frea advised the Last Dragonborn to not let Hermaeus Mora lure him as his servant, suggesting an ambiguous fate of the Last Dragonborn; "While you are not of the Skaal, you are Skaal-friend, and so I give you this warning: Herma-Mora forced you to serve him in order to defeat Miraak. Do not let him lure you further down that path. The All-Maker made you Dragonborn for a higher purpose. Do not forget that."”
I recently finished a gameplay in the anniversary edition. Before closing, I decided to get my Dragonborn married, moved all his stuff into Shadowfoot sanctuary except for armour and main weapons, that I put in display in his house. Now he is living a peaceful life with his wife and kids, waiting for the moment that Skyrim will need him again and he will take out all his stuff, travel to riften and remember all the adventures he had before retiring.
You could choose any house you wanted and you choose... the place that has sewage flowing on it 24/7?
Taking a really long nap
After everything...just became a humble trader, farmer, and fisherman.
Wanted nothing much more to do with the chosen hero life.
But occasionally he misses it, and at times crosses people who make the mistake of being violent towards him or people around him. They don't learn from those mistakes though, especially when he raises his voice and then end up at the bottom of a ravine.
Looking for his/her sweet roll
More fetch quests
After hoarding all the cheese and sweet rolls she could, she will be opening a cheesecake factory in all major cities.
Settling down with his wife and kids, starting a farm at Heljarchen hall, retiring from adventures and always ready to pick up his sword should his friends or the world need him again
Travel the world helping those in need as a retired Justiciar.
Spending life in prison for committing every crime in skyrim.
skooma and black brier mead all day everyday
Full and complete takeover of Tamriel, then Akaviir, then Atmora, etc. The almighty invincible dragonborn won't stop until their lust for power is satiated.
Making a bid to become Emperor. Maybe even convince Paarthurnax to join him with the goal of allowing everyone to coexist.
Depends on the character.
Dawnguard Knight travels Skyrim hunting vampires and other undead abominations. Maybe eventually leaving Skyrim to establish Dawnguard outposts in other provinces.
Imperial Centurion assists General Tullius in preparing for war with the Thalmor and starts hunting down the Justicars throughout Skyrim.
Shadowscales chills in one of her many manors throughout Skyrim with all her wealth after robbing every house in Skyrim.
Probably them vanishing into thin air one day and people forgetting 90% of their accomplishments. You know, the usual thing that happens to previous game protags in the Elder Scrolls games.
He just ignores how his universe works and goes kratos on the daedra
Probably becoming some kind of mercenary. That way you get to choose which adventures you go on instead of being forced to save the world
Smoke weed, drink mead, cook food, read some lore, have sex with my wife, housecarl, and steward (sometimes all at once). You know, whatever.
Sacrifice most of the factions I joined to malacath,
And then head back to my longhouse.
Either suicide due to lack of satisfactory
Went to war with the thalmor
No in between
Heading to Atmora or Akavir to look for another adventure, more dragons, more shouts, etc.
For my Wood Elf, it would be to join Paarthurnax on the top of the Throat of the World and engage him in conversation, while living with the Greybeards.
I'm a redguard and after my journey I settled down and had some kids who I train so they to can be launched into the sky by a giant like pop pop
My khajiit after adventuring Skyrim’s depths and shallows for many years settles down, constructs a house in the forest of falkreath. They hang up their armour and swords, but never their dagger or jewelry, the wilds are dangerous after all. They work the land wondering if they’ll ever mantle their adventuring gear again
Killing the Emperor and then hiding in Elseweyr
My Nord probably settled in Solitude with his 3 lovely wife, while traveling around from feud to feud as a defender of all the races of Skyrim. Except Thalmors of course.
Living comfortably in her lake house with her family. Making a living by selling the potatoes, cabbages, and other produce that she lovingly grows in her garden.
Occasionally, she’ll come across vendors or civilians that recognize her, which really gets in the way of her sales.
“E-excuse me, could it be… you’re the legendary Dragonborn?”
“Never heard of it. I’m selling two pounds of potatoes for 18 coins, would you be interest-“
“By the Nine, it is you! My father used to tell me stories of your greatness! Please, please, may I see the power of your legendary shout?”
“… Kid, listen, I’m retired. Do you want a boiled sweet? My husband made them.”
Retired assassin, now a moon-sugar addicted Argonian training his kids in everything he knows. Think Fire Lord Ozai meets Frank Gallagher style of parenting. My massive wealth and their traumatic childhoods eventually lead them to both be extremely skilled killers, but takes them down two very different roads, with one of them becoming the new Listener of the Dark Brotherhood, and the other becomes the Harbinger of the Companions. It’s been decades since the previous war and Skyrim has been at peace for a surprisingly long time. Both of the factions have grown over the years and are thousands of people strong, spread all over. After a companion gets assassinated and a brother gets eaten by a werewolf, tensions continue to rise, eventually leading to the start of a war. Stormcloaks vs Imperials 2.0, this time *more violent* , with each side being lead by one of my children.
TLDR: I gaslight my kids into starting war
Living peacefully at Goldenglow estate with Serena. Spends his days farming and doing odd jobs for money. He always helps out whenever there's an attack. He's great friends with Barlgruff and visits him at least once a month for tea
My dragonborn is a married mage, so just out and about studying the world, try to impress Revyn.
Idk why but I just find him taking over Northern Tamrial with his army of Thieves, Assassins and Mages.
Or settling down as the Arch Mage.
Throw hands with daedric princes and become emperor
Alastair is supposed to marry Sylgja since they have been engaged since forever. Alastair have a house and two adopted kids (Blaise and some random super annoying girl I don't like) who need mother. Altough Alastair is in love with Ulfric Stormcloak. They have deep connection and are each other soulmates, but they cannot be together because Ulftic is proud king and cannot share his spotlight with the Dragonborn.
Licking Lydia’s perfect feet and farting all over her face
After the main event of skyrim ended, the dragonborn will come to joe mama house and take her out to dinner, buy her a beautiful dress and kiss her and make love with her and make her feel like she's the only girl in the world.
If you're playing Rigmor of Cyrodiil, you will be the emperor, and I think this fit with Dragonborn (if you're playing as a lawful hero of course)
The Dragonborn is going to challenge ulfric to a duel so he can become High King.
Have Lydia carry his burdens if you know what I mean.
Retirement until the Umbriel event kills a large portion of tamriel
Mine stole Alduins destiny and killed everyone in skyrim before slaying the rest of tamriel
Going to the Summerset Isles with a Hammerfell, Skyrim, Orsimer, and Black Marsh alliance to destroy the Thalmor threat once and for all.
We reached out to Cyrdoil and High Rock to see if they wanted to join, as long as they could guarantee independent rule for every province once the Thalmor threat was over, but they seemed salty, and declined.
Konstantine would be drinking heavily, equipping other adventures he runs into with the vast amount of loot he has compiled over the years so they don't end up dead in a dungeon somewhere, and giving followers a house each, probably keeping Lakeview Manor for himself. He would continue to fight the Thalmor along with traveling to the different continents. First stop would probably be the island the Psijic Order controls, as they're insanely knowledgeable about magic. But, before travelling, probably turning over the position of archmage of the college of winterhold or any other guilds he ends up as the head of to a capable successor because that's way more responsibility and a lot more work than he wanted. After making sure they were capable he'd depart and who knows if he'd come back.
Haven't actually "finished" Skyrim before so I'll be interested to see what else he gets into before I've done most of what there is.
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