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Poll: Silus Vesuius,you killed him? (255 member(s) have cast votes)

Did you killed Silus Vesuius or let him alive?

  1. I let him alive,he is not evil like his family. (99 votes [38.82%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 38.82%

  2. I killed him,his family caused the Oblivion Crisis. (128 votes [50.20%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 50.20%

  3. Who's Silus Vesuius? (28 votes [10.98%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 10.98%

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#1
Dovahkiin069

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I let Silus Vesuius alive, it was not his fault that his family caused the Oblivion Crisis,he just opened a Museum of his family.




Edit:I just remember that they are the responsible for the death of Martin Septim(my friend)
and now they will pay the crime!I will not kill him for the Dagger,but for the death of Martin.

Edited by Dovahkiin069, 07 August 2012 - 01:47 PM.


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DaedalusMachina

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I slew him. I don't care if he didn't cause the Oblivion Crisis. His life was only worth 500 gold. I've sold clothes for more than that.

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Dovahkiin069

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I slew him. I don't care if he didn't cause the Oblivion Crisis. His life was only worth 500 gold. I've sold clothes for more than that.

But if you were in his place, and if you only had 500 septims to offer for your life?I can be a Vampire, but i'm not evil.He didn't done anything to you,he just offer you some gold to recover the pieces of Mehrunes' Razor,and he give you gold for the pieces.Is that not enough?Well, it's your opinion and i can respect that.But,if you slay him you will not be different from the bandits of Skyrim.

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I killed him. I love the razor for my stealth character; it's one of the best looking daggers in vanilla skyrim in my opinion.

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I let Silus Vesuius alive, it was not his fault that his family caused the Oblivion Crisis,he just opened a Museum of his family.


It wasn't his fault, but his obvious reverence for his family history is repulsive.

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I let him live about 90% of the time, since my characters don't generally care for MD's bossy attitude. Seriously, he's almost as bad as Meridia.

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I took him out. Dagon is in a better position to reward me, and anyone who wants to honor such a family history has a questionable moral outlook to begin with. The Mythic Dawn are responsible for the Oblivion Crisis and assassinating a pretty good Emperor as well as being almost directly responsible for the Thalmor's rise, IMO.

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i didn't kill him because his family aided the execution of the oblivion crisis, i killed him because Lord Dagon commanded it.

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I always try to let him live despite his questionable moral outlook and repulsive reverence for his ancestors. He's more stupid than evil, but he is capable of learning the error of his ways. If you let him live, go visit him in the museum later and you will see that his attitude has changed. He's been scared straight.

The problem I have is that he doesn't always give you the choice. Sometimes he will just skip the dialog that allows you to let him go and attacks you immediately, so you have to kill him in self defense.

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I killed him, because....I could :whistling:




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