Skyrim talk:Cairine

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Why doesn't she and the residents in the warrens just walk to the nearest shrine to cure their diseases? — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 08:13 on 12 December 2012

Heh, good point! Interesting oversight, I guess. eshetalk 16:10, 12 December 2012 (GMT)

New Allegiances[edit]

Had her as a New Allegiances quest target, but I couldn't complete it normally, due to her refusing to stand up at all after using vampire suduction on her, which only gave me the "Extract blood" option. Not sure if any of this is to do with the Better Vampires mod I'm using, as I don't think we can extract blood unmodded, so incase any one else gets her as well, I did it by using the console to move her to me (like in an unoccipied room in the Warrens) which made her stand up, and allowed for normal vampiric suduction, and thus normal neck biting. (Click on her in the console, then type "Moveto player") — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 19:06 on 13 December 2012‎

Mythic Dawn[edit]

In the book The Keepers of the Razor that you receive during the Mehrunes Dagon daedric quest, one of the descendants mentioned is Cairine. This may or may not be the same Cairine, but it is there. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 19:42 on 16 March 2013

I doubt very much that she is the mother of SR:Drascua. Silence is GoldenBreak the Silence 19:50, 16 March 2013 (GMT)
As hagravens start as human women and are converted through some secret ritual, why not? I'm not saying she is, as there's no in-game proof of it, but she most certainly could be. And certainly it would explain why Cairine is so completely out of it, mentally - having one's daughter turn into a hagraven might cause one's mind to utterly snap. 03:12, 5 November 2013 (GMT)

Dawnguard "New Alleigiances" quest counts towards "Assist the People of the Reach"[edit]

If you have the "Assist the people of the Reach" quest and Vingalmo tells you to turn Cairine into a vampire, doing this successfully will count as +1 for assisting the people of the Reach. The quest counter is incremented by one any time anyone on the list changes their relationship status towards you to friend, and she's on the list. Cairine can't really be "assisted" otherwise, however. 03:08, 5 November 2013 (GMT)

I suppose it makes a kind of sense, given that you're curing her of whatever disease has incapacitated her? Of course she stays sitting on the ground anyway, I guess vampirism doesn't cure laziness =D -- Haravikk (talk) 14:54, 5 April 2017 (UTC)