Lore talk:Fighters Guild
Do you think it's an idea to replace the current image with
--Lord Walter Thibault 10:32, 3 September 2008 (EDT)
The article reads "The Guild has been known to suffer from corruption problems in the higher ranks, particularly in Morrowind. The Guild there still performs private contracts, but sometimes deals with disreputable groups. Despite these flaws, the Morrowind Guild near the end of the Third Era succeeded in providing some of the only concrete evidence of the Thieves Guild. At least, they claim to have helped take down an organization by that name which was masterminded by a man called Gentleman Jim Stacey."
I think this should change to reflect that the player's actions in either Guild quest (or both if done correctly) leads to Hard-Heart dying and the Fighters' Guild losing their primary Camonna Tong members. If one player killed Jim Stacey while the other killed Hard-Heart, and the next player killed them both, the lore article should reflect those things happening in that time period. My suggested change would be:
"In the late Third Era, the Vvardenfell branch of the Guild had been thoroughly infiltrated by members of the Camonna Tong, a local Dunmer crime syndicate, and became directly involved in its conflict with the local chapter of the Thieves' Guild. During the strife that ensued, both the local leader of the Thieves' Guild and the Camonna Tong-influenced leader of the Fighters' Guild lost their lives, cleansing the Fighters' Guild of its corruption."
This way, if the player played through only the fighters' guild, or only the thieves' guild, or both, the lore article still reflects their experience and its effects on the guild as historically correct.
- The PC in Morrowind doesn't necessarily kill Jim Stacey, so that part has to go. The information from the fourth and fifth paragraphs of Myth or Menace? should be preserved. Minor EditsThreats•Evidence 19:04, 10 November 2012 (GMT)
Fighters Guild in Skyrim
I know that the Fighters Guild doesn't have a presence in Skyrim, but what I want to know is why? Do the Companions have jurisdiction over Skyrim and are meant to be the only ones to watch over the province? That's how I see it but I'm curious why, since this page doesn't explain. -Vincentius1 (talk) 02:29, 5 October 2017 (UTC)