Skyrim:Lynly Star-Sung

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Lynly Star-Sung
(RefID: 00019E03)
Home Town Ivarstead
Store Vilemyr Inn
Race Nord Gender Female
Level 6 Class Farmer
RefID 00019E03 BaseID 000136BC
Gold 100
Sells See Vilemyr Inn
Buys Innkeeper (Food, Raw Food)
Other Information
Health 91 Magicka 67
Stamina 67
Primary Skills Smithing, Two-handed
Morality No Crime Aggression Unaggressive
Faction(s) CrimeFactionRift; Prevents filling aliases in WITavern; Server; ServicesIvarsteadVilemyrInn; TownIvarsteadFaction; Vilemyr Inn Faction
Lynly Star-Sung performing at Vilemyr Inn

Lynly Star-Sung is a Nord bard working at the Vilemyr Inn in Ivarstead. She will take requests for five septims. If you use the persuasion option during dialog with her, Lynly will play a "special song" for free. When speaking to Wilhelm, she will state that she is unsure of her ability as a bard, and Wilhelm will boost her spirits by complimenting her on her skill.

Lynly's real name was Svidi. The dialog option to accuse her of being Svidi is not dependent on overhearing any conversation. When the player gets Lynly to confess, Lynly explains that she found poetry to her fiance Sibbi Black-Briar written by Svana Far-Shield. After confiding in her brother (named Wulfur according to Svana), he confronted Sibbi about the infidelity. Sibbi killed her unarmed brother, causing her to go into hiding.

Lynly wears a set of barkeep clothes along with a pair of shoes. She carries a belted tunic, a lute, and a selection of common loot and gold. She wields a leveled dagger, which can be up to Elven in quality.

Related Quests[edit]


  • Lynly's special song is from Arena. It is the background music that plays while in taverns.
  • Lynly Star-Sung appears in the card Star-Sung Bard from the Legends Return to Clockwork City story expansion card set. She is depicted with short black hair, and not as she appears in Skyrim.
  • Although Sibbi Black-Briar describes her as having "long flowing black hair", she has short blonde hair.
  • Intimidating Lynly into revealing her true identity doesn't lower her disposition towards you.


  • The game incorrectly runs the speechcraft check against herself rather than the player, making it impossible to pass without the Amulet of Articulation.
  • The scene between Lynly and Wilhelm where she mentions seeing the ghost near Shroud Hearth Barrow can be observed after the quest Lifting the Shroud has been completed.

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