Morrowind talk:Quest Timing

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Quests to do Early?[edit]

Shouldn't the missions (sorry for names, drawing blanks and have to run) for the pillow lady and the missing shipment and the second "blades" mission with Sharn, the orc, that can disappear be put under this category? The first one, if you do the Fighters' guild quest first, it becomes unbeatable (without the Unofficial Morrowind patch) and the second one (and the subsequent necromancer's quest) become unobtainable if she disappears, so those should be done as early as possible shouldn't they? Just a thought. 22:46, 11 January 2010 (UTC)


This seems like a worthless suggestion, as any player to stumble upon Umbra would quickly discover whether or not they could defeat him. This page should be reserved for notably easy quests with great benefits, quests that conflict, and quests that have leveled rewards. — Unsigned comment by (talk) on 28 February 2011

You can discover the Umbra quest without actually meeting him. Read the quest page. This offers a simple warning that following up on the quest might not be the best plan. rpeh •TCE 09:18, 28 February 2011 (UTC)

Vassir-Didanat Mine?[edit]

This quest should probably be added because it can be an easy way to get either 2000 gold or a daedric weapon and does not take a high level to do. The Console Commander (talk) 15:47, 23 July 2014 (GMT)

Conflicting quests[edit]

Perhaps the quest Morrowind:Donation from Cunius Pelelius along with the House Redoran quests Morrowind:Evidence of Corruption and Morrowind:Shut the Mines Down should be included in the Quests that Conflict section. Freeing the slaves during Shut the Mines down makes it seemingly impossible to talk to anyone to gain evidence that Pelelius is stealing ebony (and yes, I am aware that it is not a requirement to free all of the slaves in Shut Down, but since I was already freeing one, I thought I might as well free the others, and there was no note on Shut Down to say that the slaves were required for another mission, and I'm betting that other people have done the same thing and ran into the same issue). Completing Evidence of Corruption first also means that you can't get the Ledger to confront Peleius with the evidence to get the three pieces of ebony ore either. Then there seems to be the issue that getting the ledger during Donation might make it not work for the Evidence quest, breaking that entire line in the Redoran quests.

And yes, I am also aware that at least Donation allows the player to pay the donation out of their own pocket, but it might still be worth adding that possible actions in one of the questlines might seal off possible actions in the other, and in the case of getting the ledger before Evidence, that it might ruin the entire House Redoran questline. --Dragos Drakkar (talk) 22:16, 8 August 2016 (UTC)