Magnus Itland (itlandm) wrote,
Magnus Itland

"What do you need, my Thane?"


So my latest character finally gets around to buying the house in Whiterun, Breezehome or some such. That is the first time I have done that. In order to get to buy it I had to follow the steps of the main quest so far as to the first dragon. My current character is not exactly combat-oriented, so mostly left the hard work to Irileth and the guards, not that anyone noticed, them all being awed by what happened after it died. So I still became Thane of Whiterun and was assigned Lydia as my personal housecarl. I had already teamed up with Uthgerd though, who is quite competent, I have to say, so beside chatting a few words with Lydia near the exit from the Jarl's hall, I pretty much forgot about her. I set off to the Embershard mine south of Riverwood to get some iron ore, and brought along Uthgerd to clear out the bandits. It was night when I came back to Whiterun, said goodbye to Uthgerd and locked myself into my new home for the first time. I looked around. Nice enough place. It even had a loft. I went upstairs ... and jumped when a voice behind me said "Honor to you, my Thane." I whirled around, and there was Lydia, walking right past me and throwing open the doors to the bedroom (with a double bed), saying: "What do you need, my Thane?" and walking in there ahead of me.

I'll probably never know for sure exactly how scripted that was.

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