Skyrim talk:Omluag

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Leter from Omluag[edit]

I received a leter from him from a cuourier right outside the city telling me that he knows what I did to Thonar Silver-Blood when I escaped. He says he won't talk about it but he wants to talk to me seeing that I'm willing to use force when needed. I looked him up but he has no dialog options neither where he sleep, works or at the inn. I did his small quest to talk to his boss even before escaping the mine. So what's this letter about, I can't find enything about it. Is it about his radiant quest which I already did by the time I received the letter? 23:46, 27 January 2012 (UTC)Luke

Did you receive this this letter? It appears to be related to this quest, but since that quest has not had a single edit yet it seems the quest/miscellaneous objective cannot be done at all. Your findings seem to reinforce that thought. Bethesda probably removed the quest, but kept the related letter. The reason you received that letter is because he disliked Thonar and he is glad that he is dead. It's not related to Omluag's quest with the Orc boss. Wolok gro-Barok 16:37, 28 January 2012 (UTC)
Omluag of Markarth will dispatch a courier for Dragonborn upon killing Azzada Lylvieve. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 11:53 on 29 January 2012 (UTC)
Not that letter. It is called "Letter from Omluag" and I described it's content, also his name signed at bottom. Luke— Unsigned comment by (talk) at 14:36 on 29 January 2012
Sounds a bit like Request from to me. All the occurences of "<Alias=...>" in the letter will be filled out by the game, once you receive it. --Alfwyn 20:35, 1 February 2012 (UTC)
Yes it is that one. Just that it didn't do anything when I got it or when I read it from inventory but now by chance I dropped it and read it from the ground and a misc quest started asking me to talk to Omulag. "Job involving violence" or something like that is called, also a dialog popped up when I read it like that with a message starting with something looking like a quest id and saying something about quest stage starting after reading it. I don't have the game here to reproduce the exact thing.LukeH 15:28, 2 March 2012 (UTC)

Courier's letter from Omluag after disposing of Azzada Lylvieve (help requested, please)[edit]

Ok, there's something I would like to know.....for anyone willing to help me of course......does anything TRIGGER the courier to come after you dispose of/kill Azzada Lylvieve of Dragon Bridge ? And how DO I get the courier to come in the first place ? I played a few days ago, and waited like 2 or 3 days in-game-time, and still no stupid courier. Should I actually pick the Lylvieve family's crops first to sell TO Azzada, or what ? I helped Omluag keep Mulush from being an over-working-punk, and then I - prior to that - SUCCESSFULLY prevented Margaret's murder. Does any of that effect how long it takes for that courier to come with the letter from Omluag thanking me for killing Azzada and requesting me to come to Markarth for a reward ???? (SKYRIM ROCKS, by the way. Absolutely love the game and hello to the public, "Unofficial ESO Pages" page.) — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 19:01 on 10 September 2014 (GMT)

I am not sure why you should expect any courier delivering a letter from Omluag for killing Azzada Lylvieve? Are you sure you are not mixing up some other radiant quests now? —MortenOSlash (talk) 04:56, 11 September 2014 (GMT)
@MortenOSlash : Well in PAST times I would kill Azzada, I would get a courier randomly come up to me to bring me a letter of inheritance, and separately a letter from Omluag requesting I come to Markarth for a reward for killing Azzada, and the past few days I've played, I would WAIT a few days, and would get no courier asking of my presence in Markarth. Hmmmm, might be glitched or something. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 02:05 on 12 September 2014 (GMT)
Letters of inheritance are automatically triggered when NPC who like you dies, but only if they like you, and that might differ from playthrough to playthrough depending on your actions. The letter of thanks or of rewards are conditioned by your victim NPC being disliked by another NPC. Different things might make them enemies, and might not happen every playthrough, and if not anyone can confirm otherwise from the Construction Kit, I do not think Azzada and Omluag necessarily are enemies from the beginning, so they became enemies during your last playthrough but not this time. —MortenOSlash (talk) 11:47, 13 September 2014 (GMT)