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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Presents... A Skyrim Mod by M7:
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The Septim Ring. Quest: "Who killed M7?"
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Listed under your Conjuration Spells is a Party Invitation spell. Use this to conjure a Party Invitation, then read it. You will be sent to the Basement of the Blue Palace where M7 is holding a social party and you are invited. Buy from him a Party Favor, then stand back. Whenever you receive books or papers, please read them to progress the Quest. Wear the Septim Ring when needed, and re-equip it for options. Books or papers are constantly added to your inventory on each Quest stage, so keep checking your inventory. All you need for the Quest is provided. Thank you for playing.

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M7 2017.
June 26, 2017.

Dawnguard + Dragonborn DLC are Required.

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**SPOILERS**

The Septim Ring has ability to Mark/Recall your location, Visit Mage College (exit), Summon or Banish something (Merchant, Platoon of 6 soldiers, Shadowmere Horse, 5000 Gold, Food, and teleport), and is given as a tool for the Quest. The Quest has a special reward (you can also use the house as a secure base outside of Skyrim) - a curable form of the Nerevar Virus (from Morrowind). The Platoon is essential to combat the Sisterhood of Seth at their Fortress. They will respawn so you can fight them again later...

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38 Comments
Skyrim Mod Developer M7  [author] Jul 1 @ 12:17pm 
There is one farmer in his farm, and a healer in the Temple.
Tarlac4848 Jun 30 @ 10:14pm 
ok so i completed the mod and i have to say its a really good mod but i would like to see some random npc roaming around at the fort/palace to make it look not so empty
Tarlac4848 Jun 30 @ 9:31pm 
ok thanks M7
vinchenzojackal&shoon Jun 30 @ 8:33pm 
It is true that nothing needs to be historically accurate with mods, and a variety of companies and game series, do have a tendency to not value such a thing when making both sequals and prequals to their games. If anything, I could treat this the same, and possibly, should. Bethesda might like to have a partial degree of accuracy, but they don't care for acheiving perfection. I should thus be satisfied with mods that if anything offer only partial accuracy. This mod does have a slight amount of accuracy, which isn't bad. I do like the mod too. I find this amazing work.
Skyrim Mod Developer M7  [author] Jun 30 @ 8:29pm 
the book is not in the college of Winterhold -- the college is the exit to the Worldspace. The ghost sells a book in the Palace/Fort found when you use "Go Home" on the septim ring.
Skyrim Mod Developer M7  [author] Jun 30 @ 8:27pm 
the last time i played Morrowind was in 2002. i still have it. I have the guidebooks for Morrowind and its expansions. Do you not have any imagination? The "Nerevar virus" in this mod is similar to the effects of the one in Morrowind -- as in resist disease and other resistances, so before you criticise my mod, at least play it. the resistances occur in morrowind towards the end of the game, prior to conquering Dagoth Ur. If i wanted to make a historical mod of the Elder Scrolls I would but this is a mod and not a product of Bethesda. Nerevar is the historical savior of Morrowind legend and if you had any imagination this would not matter.
Tarlac4848 Jun 30 @ 6:49pm 
not there, could you just tell me where the book is
Skyrim Mod Developer M7  [author] Jun 30 @ 5:30pm 
check inventory. or buy from ghost.
Skyrim Mod Developer M7  [author] Jun 30 @ 5:30pm 
"M7" is my handle here. so the mod is self-serving.