I reworded the description of her summation of the Mythic Dawn, calling it "terse" instead of "biased and short". According to the game data, here's what she has to say when you ask about the Dawn: "Not a student of history I see. It's for the best. They're a group that should be forgotten. The only thing you need to know is that they almost destroyed the world, and they were stopped. A long time ago."
I'm not sure why User Grothesk considered those statements biased, but I think calling them that is, in fact, biased. In my opinion, her summary is extremely accurate, and while that's my own bias, I think even any Mythic Dawn cheerleaders out there must admit that calling her summary biased inappropriately precludes the possibility that her summation is a relatively unbiased appraisal of the cult. The description has been on the page for almost a year and survived numerous edits from experienced contributors, hence this diatribe, just in case someone really thinks it is worth defending. Minor EditsThreats•Evidence 02:48, 10 October 2012 (GMT)
After the civil war.
I usually side with the Stormcloaks for the civil war, and every time after I finish the quest line she seems to disappear from Dawnstar. I mean, she's nowhere to be found. I've checked in the Jarl's house and around town, but without fail she disappears after the Stormcloaks take over. Is this supposed to happen? AyaHawkeye (talk) 00:29, 29 November 2013 (GMT)