MonthOLDpickle Aug 17, 2014 @ 9:03pm
Hearthfire: wings and marriage question
Regardless of who you marry its all the same "benefits" right?

Also I noticed that I can make an enchanting and alchemy table in current home, so why get the enchantingt tower/alchemy tower? Unless items spawn in them like ingrediants for potions and soul gems...that keep respawning. Do they?

The armoury is to just show items off correct?
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Grathagis Aug 17, 2014 @ 11:55pm 
Check the UESP wiki for all your questions.
MonthOLDpickle Aug 18, 2014 @ 12:37am 
Yea I read both that and the other wiki. Answered everything but the respawning.
Grathagis Aug 18, 2014 @ 12:41am 
You might have missed it. At the page on a specific Hearthfire home it is said in the stats that they don't respawn.
Mormacil Aug 18, 2014 @ 2:19am 
Utility wise wings are pretty useless. You can get any utility in the base home as well. However the Enchanting adds displays for your enchanted gear etc. It's mostly atmosphere. Again any utility can be gained without wings but they add flavour to your home.
My warrior has a armoury. Why? Because he likes to show off his armors. Pick what fits your character.
Docthetwelfth Aug 18, 2014 @ 3:03am 
Once you get the main hall, all your 'needs' can be met, the wings add customization and bling to your steading (and in the case of a tower, roof access to get at that bird's nest). at best, the wings are useful for sorting; the strongboxes in an enchanting tower, for instance, can help you sort your large collection of soul gems, and a library can sort books by topic or series.
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