Skyrim mod turns Markarth’s Dibella quest into an immersive, choice-filled experience
Since its release, modders have worked hard to ensure that Skyrim continues to evolve and expand.
Some have tried to change the game with unique characters, beautiful player homes, and useful mechanics. Others even went as far as to give your Dragonborn the opportunity to use a laser gun or to try to avoid being driven insane by a cursed blade.
A new mod is worth considering if you want to have a fun quest while waiting for Starfield and Nuevo Mexico but do not wish to pack your bags to go on a vacation in the sun.
Would you like your Skyrim hero to not have to enter a temple to receive Dibella’s blessing?
The Dragonborn has decided to do the Vanilla quest “The Heart of Dibella” to make amends for breaking into the temple of Dibella on the order of Degaine, a beggar.
The mod has completely changed the look of this mission. You can now start it in a less disgraceful way by getting a letter sent to you from the head of the priestesses when you are Thane of Reach.
You’ll see that JaySerpa’s cleverly-spliced, vanilla dialogue has been used to bring the quest’s “new scenes” and “dialogue options,” as well as new opportunities for roleplaying, alive.
The revisions include a way to finish the mission given by the Priestess without fighting a group of angry Forsworn. This can be done only if you have sided with the Forsworn to escape the Cidhna mine, along with a number of smaller adjustments and Easter Eggs that are aimed at increasing immersion.
This mod allows you to customize the blessing that your character will receive as a result of completing a quest. The default version increases the amount of damage your Dragonborn inflicts on opponents of the opposing romantic in battle.