Male Upon meeting Motierre, you are given a note with vague instructions for three separate killings. "We will find out soon." 0004FA2F This page was last modified on 7 January 2021, at 23:57. Amaund Motierre is a supporting protagonist of Skyrim's Dark Brotherhood questline. After returning to Motierre, he will instruct the Dragonborn to return to Volunruud to pick up their reward: 20,000 , which is located in an urn in the original chamber that Motierre and Rexus were in. The UESPWiki – Your source for The Elder Scrolls since 1995, Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch, https://en.uesp.net/w/index.php?title=Skyrim:Amaund_Motierre&oldid=2308764. If you killed Titus then you fulfilled your end of the deal. The amulet is quite valuable - you can use it to pay for any and all expenses. So i killed him and I want the guards to stop attacking me so I can pay my bounty and be okay. Amaund Motierre after the death of Titus Mede II. New primary objective: Talk to Amaund Motierre. The Night Mother mentions a man named Amaund Motierre, who hides out at Volunruud, performing the Black Sacrament. Doing so gives the advantage of collecting a few rare gems from his corpse, as well as possibly receiving an inheritance from him. Motierre will momentarily become highly excited when told of the Emperor's death, especially when talking about the player's reward, with great emphasis on the word "money. 2.2k. He is a member of the emperor's elder council who hires the Dark Brotherhood to assassinate Emperor Titus Mede II. For they pave the way to the most important target. I will reveal the location of the dead drop that holds your payment. He will also mention that Commander Maro is located at the East Empire Company Warehouse. There are two different versions of Amaund Motierre: The version found in Volunruud during The Silence Has Been Broken has a baseID of 0003b43a and a refID of 0003b43b. The amulet is quite valuable - you can use it to pay for any and all expenses. Archived. Breton After this point, he will remain in the Bannered Mare for the duration of the Hail Sithis! (Optional) Kill Amaund Motierre to fulfill the Emperor's dying wish. There are some possibilities for how Babette lived. This prevents the ranger from attacking as much. You can kill Amaund—either through your own volition or as the Emperor's last wish—in order to claim a small amount of gems, worth a considerable amount of money. She was wearing her cloak, and even so, she had put on quite a lot of weight since he’d last seen her. Base ID His corpse remain in The Bannered Mare at least 3 days (more if you enter frequently in the inn) at least. To start this quest line, you need to speak with Plus he's a potential challenger to my empire. Whether you choose to tell him you have unfinished business with him, that Sithis is due a soul, or remain silent, he will reply, "By the gods. There's no real reason for Aumand Motierre to live afterwards. Amaund Motierre, her husband. You're back!" An important personage like that shouldn't stay public any more. You can choose to continue with one of three options: Whichever your reply, Motierre will dismiss you with "Oh, for the love of Mara, would you please just go?" Return to Nazir at the Dawnstar Sanctuary. 4 She asks her new Listener to seek out Motierre. Kill Amaund Motierre (OPTIONAL) Report to Nazir; Now that everything has calmed down, you realize that Babette and Nazir are the only ones left, and your home is wrecked. I wanted the Emperor dead! If you can get onboard that ship. And in one of its chambers, she found him. Return to Nazir at the Dawnstar Sanctuary. He plays a role in the final quests of the Dark Brotherhood questline, seeking the assassination of the current Emperor, Titus Mede II. Travel to Volunruud to collect your reward. The Dark Brotherhood need not be an evil organization to carry out Sithis' will, nor is the Night Mother necessarily evil. How can I force the guards to talk to me in order to pay my bounty off? Dealing with the Thalmor - posted in Skyrim Spoilers: So Im a head to start a new game. Location ", When spoken to after the attack on the Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary, Amaund will be shocked to see you: "What is it? When dealing with rangers in a group, one player should aggro the selected target before hiding behind an obstacle. This time I want to rpg as a good guy who just want his peace, and whats best for skyrim. Meet Amaund Motierre in "The Silence Has Been Broken" a Dark Brotherhood quest in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with this online demo of the open world action role-playing game from Bethesda Game Studios. ", "What is it? Once the assassination is done and you get paid, all deals are done and neither side owes the other anything - and certainly not any loyalty. And don't worry, I'm not stupid enough to betray you. How is killing Amaund Motierre not respecting the deal you had made with him? Tip: Close the door of Motierre's room at the inn, move to the far corner, use a bow and arrow, a steal kill should then be possible. He..." When you demand to know where the real Emperor is, Amaund will be astounded: "You mean, after all that's transpired, the Dark Brotherhood will still... honor the contract? Ha ha! After a failed assassination attempt on Titus Mede II and the near destruction of the Dark Brotherhood, the Dragonborn follows the Night Mother's instructions to find Amaund Motierre, who has relocated to the The Bannered Mare, and discover the location of the Emperor to complete the contract. After a small, peaceful period for the Dark Brotherhood, they are struggling with contracts when once again Amaund Motierre asks for one last contract they are in no position to refuse to. If you let the emperor have a few last words before you kill him on the Katariah, he asks you to kill the traitor who contracted the assassination (Motierre). Doing so gives the advantage of collecting a few rare gems from his corpse, as well as possibly receiving an inheritance from him. You will be presented with three dialogue options: You can then tell him to go on, and he will continue, "As I said, I want you to kill several people. I still do! We won't get a chance like this again. The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine, https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/Amaund_Motierre?oldid=3116711, The voice of Amaund Motierre is provided by video-game sound designer and music composer. ", "Rexus will now give you two items which must be passed along to your superior." You've actually come. It is possible for the Dragonborn to speak with Motierre before Astrid gives the next objective. Hiring the Dark Brotherhood to help you rise beyond your station. Amaund Motierre changes his appearance drastically over the Dark Brotherhood questline, going from a finely groomed man with long hair and a ponytail to a grizzled, short-haired, bearded man wearing fine clothes. A small push should crush the bride, almost making it look like an accident. Despite the devastation wrought on the Dark Brotherhood, the Night Mother wants you to finish your contract and kill the Emperor, Titus Mede II. Now wouldn't that be a blessing...", "Your payment awaits. Tell Nazir that the Night Mother has told you that your objective is still the Emperor, but this time it needs to be for real this time. You'll find the targets, as well as their manners of elimination, quite varied. I know! Amusingly, Motierre can still utter his final words even when decapitated, shot in the head or disintegrated. The best option is squeezing into the corner furthest (to the left) from Motierre, on top of a table, then killing him with a crouched sneak-attack when it shows the Dragonborn as "hidden." ", "Please, make haste. Wonderful news! 31 May 2020, 6:04PM. The guy was just plain annoying. *Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, Fandom will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. quest. Please, the Emperor isn't going to kill himself. Dark Brotherhood quest is full of oddities. He did not seem to recognize her. Hmph. "The sealed letter will explain everything that needs to be done. I am going to find the emperor and finish this once and for all. Motierre sends the Dragonborn to The Katariah, the Emperor's personal ship, still anchored in Solitude Harbor. After the quest "Death Incarnate," he goes to The Bannered Mare in Whiterun. You can then tell him that there's actually one more thing to discuss, in which case he will ask, "And what might that be?" He wears fine clothes and a pair of fine boots. TIL Amaund Motierre becomes more haggard as the Dark Brotherhood Questline progresses, and that he is a descendant of Francois Motierre, who you "kill" in Oblivion's Dark Brotherhood Questline. You mustn't think I had anything to do with that! This contract sets the Listener and her faithful on a small journey to Cyrodiil where they learn just a … If you decide to kill him instead as the Emperor requested, he will say, "But... we had a deal..." as he dies. The sealed letter will explain everything that needs to be done. When spoken to again, he will be bothered: "Your payment awaits. Using Alternate Start - Live Another Life mod, my idea is to start as a normal huntsman in Whiterun until he is joining the dawnguard to get rid of the vampires.