Find the redguard woman quest
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Spell Tomes. Stones Locations. Treasure Maps. College of Winterhold. Companions Quests. Daedric Quests. Main Quests. Miscellaneous Objectives. Side Quests. Thieves' Guild Quests. Skill Books. Skill Trainers. Alchemy Ingredients. Map has been marked for the location. Killing Kematu after getting the reward from him will not be counted as murder. If decided to speak with the Alik'r Prisoner, the next quest is to kill Kematu.
This task is tough for low levels, Kematu has warriors with him. Showing 6 items. A group of men calling themselves the Alik'r are looking for a Redguard woman in Whiterun. The barmaid at the Bannered Mare in Whiterun is apparently a fugitive noble from Hammerfell. She claims that she is on the run from assassins sent by rival houses in her homeland and needs someone to stop them before they find her.
The leader of the so-called "assassings" I've been asked to eliminate claims that Saadia betrayed her peopl to the Dominion and they are here to bring her to justice. I've agreed to lead her into an ambush at the Whiterun stables. After making arrangements with Kematu, I've delivered Saadia to him. He assures me that she will be taken back to Hammerfell alive, though after that her fate is no longer in his hands.
I've helped Saadia escape the clutches of the Alik'r sent after her. With their leader defeated, she believes the rest of them will scatter, affording her some much-needed safety for now.
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Reward : written by Blackdove86 , not checked. After Irileth informs the jarl about the dragon attacking the Western Watchtower during Dragon Rising , you may come across guards looking for a Redguard woman in the city. You may also observe an argument between Whiterun guards and Alik'r Warriors regarding their presence in the hold, or you may find Alik'r Warriors interrogating Redguard women in the Skyrim wilderness.
It is quite modern these days to let players make decisions in video games - and like so often before, the decision doesn't seem to matter at all, except economically like in GTA IV. Second modern thing: switching sides. I mean - isn't it funny: at first you meet two Alik'r warriors in the city - they tell you, they were looking for a Redguard woman. Though they feel somehow strange, you think - why not try to find her for them.
In My Time of Need: Kematu or Saadia? (possible spoilers)
Return to V - Skyrim. Find the Redguard woman - which side did you take? Some werewolf killed them in my game - it was kinda' horrifying. I hope they come back. They tell you that if you find her, they will be waiting in Riften. Nobody decent hangs out in Riften. If I'd have been sent after her she would have died a slow, painful death for aiding the Thalmor. That, and the Alik'r actually seemed genuinely sincere and honest with the dialogue before and after her capture. Yeah they hung out in a bandit cave
Redguard woman **spoilers***
The Dragonborn encounters some Alik'r warriors in search of a Redguard woman. They must choose whether to believe the warriors, and return the woman to custody, or trust the fugitive, and kill her pursuers. Either option offers a decent monetary reward. At any time after starting the main quest " Dragon Rising ," the Dragonborn will encounter Alik'r Warriors on the roads of Skyrim or at the entrance to Whiterun, arguing with the town guard for entry to the city.
I have just reached this point and am frankly staggered by the lack of choice. I'm annoyed because I don't understand why I cant speak to Saadia upon returning from the conversation with Kematu in the caves, other than to trick her into their hands. All it would have taken was a couple of questions to get her side of the story, and then a proper decision could have been made. Very lazy design, and doesn't bode well for the game considering I am in the early stages.
In My Time of Need
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Skyrim: In My Time of Need
You will receive Gold if you choose to kill Kematu. Sometime after you speak with the Jarl, a pair of Alik'r warriors stand just at the entrance to Whiterun and beckon you over. Alternatively, you can start this quest by finding them elsewhere and approaching them as they are harrassing a Redguard woman They commission you to help them locate a Redguard woman hiding somewhere in Whiterun. They're willing to pay for any information you can find about this woman. She is the waitress named Saadia at the Bannered Mare.
You get this quest for wandering around Whiterun. You will encounter a pair of Alik'r Warriors. They will explain that they are looking for a Reguard woman who is hiding somewhere in this city.
Most likely you will get it when you return from slaying the dragon near the western watchtower. You see the guards arguing with a group of outsiders. The guards tell them that they are not allowed in Whiterun, and to go back to where they came from. The Alik'r warrior will tell the guards that they are not causing any trouble.
The initial part of this mission consists in finding Saadia. After that, you may choose how you want to behave towards the woman - help her or continue the quest and turn her over to Redguards. If you have completed the Dragon Rising main quest, upon heading Whiterun you should come across a couple Redguards wanting to get inside the city. The guards won't be willing to let them in, so the Nomads will have to turn back. Speak to them to learn that their clan Alik'r is searching for a Redguard woman who hiding inside the city.