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dawnguard prophet help me stuck glitch a new order bug

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HashtagTheHashtag

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So after completing 'A new order', the prophet quest fails to start up. Even if i try to use console commands to start the quest (by using setstage DLC1VQ03Hunter 5) the quest still fails to start. I have also disabled every mod except for the dlcs and the patches for them and tried what i described before and the quest still failed to start. I even summoned Serana to the torture room, thinking that it might help, but she just started to walk back to the castle. I tried to google around, but all I could find was old post from 2014 and 2015 basically saying 'me too!' and providing no solutions. I have no idea what to do, so any help would be appreciated. 



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Jessi03

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Did you ever figure this out?  I'm having the same problem.  



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Try hitting Isran and run away. Travel to the Riften front gate and sheath your sword, I believe you can pay your bounty, and then travel up to Solitude and do the same. See if these holds, once reset, will trigger her to travel to the fort. It may take her some time to walk there.



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I am amazed there is no fix for this after all these years?? Not even a workaround. I will try my best this week to figure it out but I am not hopeful...



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same problem.

 i found there is no dexion!!!

 

prid 02007b88

moveto player
nothing happened!!!
 
and then i found the cave where he sould be, gone!!!! there is no such a cave!!!!






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