CrysTaL™ Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:35am
The lusty argonian maid...
I usually play skyrim without even bothering the books, but today in a quest where i want to take something from a table i saw this book, and i'm really bored so i decided to mindlessly read it. WTF!!! it's like fifty shades of grey but in skyrim, anyways i want to know how is your reaction when first reading this book, lol.
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Dr.Meepy Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:38am 
I read it in Morrowind, and thought for sure the nobleman was the house captain for Hiallu in Vivec, especially since slavery of beast races is allowed in Morrowind and whenever I talked to him I was liek O.O.
Gropax Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:42am 
there's a reekling cave in solstheim with a pile of those books im guessing your not the only one who liked it.
CrysTaL™ Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:44am 
yea i don't like the book, it's just a good lol for me because i never thought a serious game like skyrim would have something like this, and i forgot to mention that i found many bedroom have this book especially mens bedroom...
McJordan32 Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:49am 
It's a special easter egg, these books were in Oblivion too
Business Simon Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:54am 
After finding the first volume in Honningbrew Meadery I looked out for the second. I am pleased to say that they both now rest in my bedside table in my house in Windhelm. Of course, Ysolda doesn't know they're there, so don't tell her.
geoforsy Jan 17, 2014 @ 8:58am 
Actually I try to read and collect the books to get as many as I can. So-far, I've got many of the shelves in my library annex filled, about 150 or so and still missing many in the numbered sets.

A fun part of the game.
-EAT3N- Jan 17, 2014 @ 10:42am 
I believe my first reaction was: hehe, this is porn.
Basho Jan 17, 2014 @ 10:47am 
you should visit Haelga's Bunkhouse in Riften and investigate the room directly behind the counter, preferably after reading the letter left on the counter and in conjunction with doing the quest for Svana, to get some context. And you should also listen to Brynjolf in the market, going on about his "falmer blood elixir", so you understand why a bottle is found in that room.
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CAP Jan 17, 2014 @ 3:44pm 
Originally posted by Business Simon:
After finding the first volume in Honningbrew Meadery I looked out for the second. I am pleased to say that they both now rest in my bedside table in my house in Windhelm. Of course, Ysolda doesn't know they're there, so don't tell her.

Your secret is safe, for a price.
Night Cat Jan 17, 2014 @ 7:03pm 
Haha I love those! I remember feeling all weird around their author in Morrowind, it's like okay I'm not too sure but these books he writes sound dirty and he has a creepy smile...

And the rieklings collection of them cracked me up real good when I found it =D
Also interesting is how often you'll see those books on bed side tables and under beds =p Something to think about.
Zloth Jan 17, 2014 @ 7:24pm 
I can just picture the ESRB folks all doing a *facepalm*
Brandybuck Jan 17, 2014 @ 7:40pm 
Go read the unexpurgated version of The Real Barenziah. You won't find it in Skyrim, you won't find it in Oblivion, you won't even find it in Morrowind. The Tribunal Temple cut out the good parts and only left the boring history.

http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Lore:The_Real_Barenziah_%28Daggerfall%29
-Sako- Jan 18, 2014 @ 6:16am 
I found it from the Dawnguard castle's Tower, looked like someone has been reading it and That shades of grey book came to my mind. I kinda lost myself and started laughing when I realized it all.
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