Bujold's Retreat Quests. I was forced to kill her to defend myself. There, up on the hill. When she does, Hrothmund's spirit will speak: Hrothmund: "You seek my blessing for the leadership of Thirsk Hall?" He will then continue his daily routine and will offer training. To understand medieval magick, it's necessary to know the primary repositories of this knowledge―the grimoires of spells, incantations, and ritual instructions for working with angels and conjuring spirits. You're having us do neither, and I can't stomach it." But look here. ". I helped the warriors of Thirsk Mead Hall retake their home from the infestation of Rieklings. Their leader, Bujold, asked me to accompany her to Hrothmund's Barrow, where she was denied the blessings of Thirsk's founder. All I had to do was mention our little infestation, and he/she volunteered in a second! This page was last modified on 28 December 2020, at 07:41. Instead of siding with the expelled Nords in the quest Retaking Thirsk, the player can I met a group of Nords from Thirsk Mead Hall, which has recently been overrun by Rieklings. Bring 10 Stalhrim Ore and 15 Ebony Ingots to Halbarn, Bring Elmus some Ashfire Mead from Thirsk Mead Hall, https://skyrim.gamepedia.com/Thirsk_Mead_Hall?oldid=141369. A total of six rieklings will defend the exterior while the rest will be inside, doing everything they can to protect their property, including the riekling chief himself. Thirsk, the legendary mead hall founded in the Third Era by Hrothmund the Red of the Skaal, was built for Nord warriors who wanted to live, hunt, and fight in the wilderness, the old way. You will have no choice but to tag along and fight a total of nineteen angry rieklings defending their new property. Bujold: "I do. I don't want to have my spirit outstripped by some wanderer. You will then accompany Bujold to an enemy-less cave and she will be told she is unworthy to lead. She expressed a desire to lead the hall anyway, and when I opposed her fraud, she became enraged. Too few battles." With Bujold determined to keep leading the mead hall regardless of Hrothmund's wishes, you must decide whether to intervene and end her leadership. I met a group of Nords who had been exiled from their former home in Thirsk Mead Hall, but chose to help the Rieklings keep them permanently evicted. We used to be proud warriors of Thirsk Mead Hall. EDIT: Weird how I couldn't get the spoiler tags to work. If you seek out Kuvar, he will explain it: "We brought ourselves out here, along with our shame. Locate the leader with the unflattering byname, Bujold the Unworthy, and ask her what is going on. What are we doing here? She expressed a desire to lead the hall anyway, and plans to begin a new tradition at Thirsk, focused on the present instead of the past. That's.. about it. When you tell him she attacked you, he will respond: "Ah. For The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the Xbox 360, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "a guy asked me for some mead from thirsk hall. When I help the Nords nowadays I go with whatever option best fits the character I'm roleplaying. Their leader, Bujold, has asked me to accompany her to Hrothmund's Barrow, where she hopes to receive the blessing of Thirsk's founder to continue her leadership. I know that... sounds a little silly. The camp features six tents with eight bed rolls, a cooking pot, a wood chopping block, and a tanning rack. She will explain why: "No matter what Hrothmund says, we need a leader. Stages are not always in order of progress. Naginata Huntress of the Shadows. One at a time, they're pests, but with this many... And so here we are, out of our home.". And because you helped us retake the hall, I'll look past it this once. He gave his blessing to all the leaders who brought us to this point. So no Chieftain and running the Mead Hall as a reward for you here! LIE: "Yes, I remember how I felt being there with her the first time, before we were wed. Hrothmund's axe is in there with him. The exiled villagers found shelter in the makeshift camp in which you're standing. If you oppose her idea of lying to the group, she will try and kill you. ―Kuvar. You don't even need to lie... just don't tell anyone else what you heard here.". Joined: Dec 5, 2012 Messages: 698 But while Thirsk itself did not grow, its inhabitants did, and before long the grand mead hall could not house all who wished to dwell within. If you help the Nords, they will have you clear out Thirsk Mead Hall. So, being the ever helpful Nord, I marched off to Bujold's Retreat to help that sorry lot retake Thirsk Mead Hall. If an entry is marked as "Finishes Quest" it means the quest disappears from the Active Quest list, but you may still receive new entries for that quest. Anyone who attempts to take hold of it has their spirit judged by Hrothmund himself." Bujold: "Then... the leadership is not mine?" Nords and rieklings are battling for control of the mead hall. Notice!This mission will be cancelled if you accept Retaking Thirsk!. This is a serious accusation. Bujold: "I'm not going to lead them to their deaths if they aren't ready." Should you choose to tell Bujold that you will keep her secret, then tell Kuvar the truth, Bujold will be disabled and disappear from the game as soon as she leaves Thirsk Mead Hall. She expressed a desire to lead the hall anyway, and when I opposed her fraud, she attacked me. ", Talking to the other residents reveals that everyone is unhappy about living in the remote camp, instead of the cozy warmth they are used to in the Hall. I hope she... fought well. Should the assault on the hall in Retaking Thirsk not yet have commenced, the Riekling Chief here will have a few tasks for the Dragonborn. then to make it worse I read up on the UESP Wiki that if you side with the Reiklings and do the Thirsk Quest from their side, which is similar to the Bloodmoon version, you can become the Chieftain that way. This is usually the case with quests that have multiple possible outcomes or quests where certain tasks may be done in any order. He brought a group of true warriors away from the soft life of the Skaal, to know the wilderness, to feel the sting of cold and of steel. We wrap ourselves in both to remind us of the world we face." Brew all types of mead with some new ingredients, and dispense mead from all the kegs there are. Chief of Thirsk Hall - A title with benefits - posted in Skyrim Mod Requests: SPOILERS!!! Thirsk, the legendary mead hall founded in the Third Era by Hrothmund the Red of the Skaal, was built for Nord warriors who wanted to live, hunt, and fight in the wilderness, the old way. Thirsk Mead Hall is a mead hall located south of Skaal Village. Should the assault on the hall in Retaking Thirsk not yet have commenced, the Riekling Chief here will have a few tasks for the Dragonborn. While it is clear that the Nords drank themselves out of their home, ask her if she needs any help and she will gladly accept and reason that "Some new blood should be enough to rouse these layabouts to actually fight again." Bujold's Retreat is a temporary camp for the Nords who have been exiled from their Thirsk Mead Hall by a group Rieklings on Solstheim. When you approach Thirsk Mead Hall, you should be approach by one of the monsters and asked to follow him.Enter the building to meet the Riekling Chief, who - surprisingly - can speak human.The resolute leader will ask you to help him with some of the most problematic matters. Retaking Thirsk But either way, we have to try. I first did some minor favors for the Riekling chief until I realized that by the shores of the lake below, the exiled Nords were camping, pretty pissed about the whole thing. The Chief of Thirsk Hall is a Sidequest in Skyrim's Dragonborn DLC. Once the warriors have cleaned up the mead hall, three new favor quests will be available. She expressed a desire to lead the hall anyway, and when I opposed her fraud, she became enraged. This makes the exploring of Solstheim on foot quite slow. Before volunteering to assist the Nords in retaking the Hall, you can kill all of the rieklings that currently inhabit it save the chief, who is flagged as essential at this point. She will also explain what will happen in the barrow: "It's pretty simple. I helped the warriors of Thirsk Mead Hall retake their home from the infestation of Rieklings. I know you're all starting to settle in here, and keep up the fat lives you got used to up in the hall. Keep her secret, kill her, or betray her to Kuvar. When you visit Thirsk Mead Hall , it is clear that the mead hall has seen better days, as it is currently inhabited by rieklings , without a single proud Nord in sight. Re: No motivation for the Thirsk Mead Hall Wed Sep 25, 2013 10:25 pm Motivation for helping the Thirsk folks is easy - they're trying to retake their home which has been taken away by a bunch of uncivilized squatters; if you're a generally helpful 'good' guy, helping them should be a no-brainer, even more so if you're a Nord. Didn't help that we'd grown a little too comfortable up there. Hrothmund: "You allowed your fellow warriors to grow weak while the dangers around you mounted." - posted in Skyrim Special Edition Creation Kit and Modders : Hello Nexus! (Kind of...) As anyone that has visited Solstheim know, the island is pretty big. After she tells you her plan, you will have two options: TRUTH: "I don't think you know how dangerous it is to say what you've just said. Whether we succeed or not, it'll stir up some of the old blood in this crowd." Near the entrance she will turn around and ask you whether you are ready or not. Some stages may therefore repeat objectives seen in other stages. Waves of the things. Those filthy vermin... they came in numbers. Too many stories. Hrothmund: "And well it is that this has happened. I'm sure Bujold can straighten it out for us.." He will then seek out Bujold and demand to hear the truth. This outsider has more fire than any of you. The following empty quest stages were omitted from the table: 0, 205. I hope to see you more around the hall, friend.". She will then reveal that she is quite confident that she will receive Hrothmund's blessing once again. The total number of rieklings to kill given in the relevant quest objective can be as high as twenty, but will vary based on how many are still alive. This page was last edited on 16 May 2015, at 18:31. Bujold will be taken by surprise by your betrayal and will admit everything, much to the regret of her husband. Thirsk Mead Hall The Thirsk Mead Hall is the ancestral dwelling of a proud group of Nords, who initially have been driven out by a well organized band of Rieklings. Nor is there any among you fit to serve. When you point out that she goes against Hrothmund's wishes she will continue: "Look what's happened to us so far under his watchful eye. Bujold: "Your stomach isn't my problem. Their leader, Bujold, asked me to accompany her to Hrothmund's Barrow, where she was denied the blessings of Thirsk's founder. And I'm still the best person for that." While in the quest, The Chief of Thirsk Hall, you need to help the Rieklings in the Thirsk Mead Hall kill all of the aforementioned Nords.This means that I will have to choose a side. I understand you were just defending yourself. What sort of rewards do you receive? So essentially you get to use the Mead Hall. If you could help them in their fight, perhaps they could return to their homes. Cutting up Thirsk Mead Hall Interior/Exterior? How... how did she take it?" Bujold will lead you to a Nordic ruin called Hrothmund's Barrow, southwest of Benkongerike. When you visit Thirsk Mead Hall, it is clear that the mead hall has seen better days, as it is currently inhabited by rieklings, without a single proud Nord in sight. I left that place after talking to both parties and having each ask me to kill the Nords/retake Thirsk Mead hall, depending on who I talked to. After the speech, all the warriors will draw weapons and set off at a running pace towards Thirsk Mead Hall, determined to reclaim it and wipe out the rieklings. I only sided with the Rieklings once on my first visit to Solstheim when the DLC first came out. It is possible to stumble upon the Nords at Bujold's Retreat and begin and complete the quest and then later acquire the quest. Kuvar: "Then train them. Even though they want revenge, they lack the battle spirit. Interactive mead kegs and brewers in Thirsk Mead Hall. When you then join the assault with Bujold, no rieklings will be waiting outside, and the chief will only have eight warriors inside to help him fight off the attackers. Thirsk, the legendary mead hall founded in the Third Era by Hrothmund the Red of the Skaal, was built for Nord warriors who wanted to live, hunt, and fight in the wilderness, the old way. We'll act when I say we do and not before." Like Kuvar, she will be painfully honest: "What's going on here is that we've been kicked out of our home." If you kill the rieklings too quickly before the Nords arrive, the quest may be stuck on the "Kill the Rieklings" objective while Bujold's group stands around in the hall with their weapons drawn. At this point, consider completing a favor quest for camp inhabitant Elmus (it becomes unavailable once this quest is started) - and consider if you want to help the Nords or not, as you will miss out on the quest The Chief of Thirsk Hall. So let's get up there and kill us some Rieklings!". When all is said and done and dead rieklings lie everywhere in the Hall, locate Bujold who will be exhilarated by the battle and ask how you feel. See. Kuvar: "I never said it would be. Was it you? I..." And soon. There are a group of Nords at the bottom of the hill that Thirsk is on. The first task is to return Bilgemuck to its pen on the southern side of the Thirsk Mead Hall. Was it... did Hrothmund recognize anyone else? She will tell you that the former Nord settlement on Solstheim - Thirsk Hall - has been taken over by Rieklings. It's just the way it's written in the books, and that phrase has always stuck with me." "We're colder than snow and harder than steel. But I wouldn't show my face in here again, if I were you. This lot doesn't have much patience with me. The chief can only be wounded by the Nords to the point where he drops into the recovery position; it falls to you to finish him off. I've agreed to help the Nords from Thirsk Mead Hall take their home back from the Rieklings who have infested it. Exposing the lie will lead to Bujold being exiled from the hall.' In the quest, Retaking Thirsk, you need to help a group of Nords kill all the Rieklings in the Thirsk Mead Hall. 210: I met a group of Nords who had been exiled from their former home in Thirsk Mead Hall, but chose to help the Rieklings keep them permanently evicted. I agree with Locklave; assisting the Nords isn't all that exciting and seems to prevent the player from recruiting a Riekling as a follower. It is under riekling occupation upon discovery, but can be overthrown if you decide to complete Retaking Thirsk for the Nords. As you enter the camp, you will witness a heated discussion between Bujold and Kuvar: Bujold: "It won't be that easy to get rid of the Rieklings, Kuvar." So, over the years, many Nords have left Thirsk to establish their own private dwellings out in the wilderness of Solstheim, relying on … Inside the barrow, head through the first empty chamber and enter a huge water-filled room. She then proceeds to explain that rieklings took over the Hall and will explain how the mighty warriors lost the battle against the small vermin: "With tenacity and numbers. Their leader, Bujold, asked me to accompany her to Hrothmund's Barrow, where she was denied the blessings of Thirsk's founder. 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