You were right moving to Solitude I so regret it. I mean my wife lose it because it's safe, the store is doing so much better money wise, and my son whats to join the legion which I love. But my daughter what's to be a bloody bard, a bard. A damn musical servant. If she want to be legionire I would have been ok, a companion which both of her parents are we would have love that.A mage, college mage, court wizard what ever magic user would have been fine minus a Necromancer. By oblivion I would have been fine if she what to be come a thief or assassin, good ones not those ones by the road and she'd have to dark brother could. The only thing I could let her be was a bandit but a bard this is what I get for living next a Bard Collage. Do you lizard and cat kid ever disappoint you?
It was on sale and had all the dlcs when I bought xbox so no I god I wish I bought PC. I have to ask by the way why Markhath I mean if you choose a city to live in I understand one with walls and a house no made of wood but I still don't trust the silver bloods and I be afraid of the forsworn.Also lets not forget the city has Thalmor in it auk by the Princes if I was moving their I'd kill all the Thalmor first.
I mostly just like the scenery and Alleir is very into Dwarven technology and history (and the whole thing with snow elves interest her as well). I don't really think her and her family would be a primary target for the forsworn. Maybe if they were Nords...
I like how lively it is and the walls must be very soundproof, too. And yeah, the view and the architecture are no1 reasons for me to move there! But I agree, there are shitty parts about it, like the whole deal with the Forsworn. Though I'd like to think that Alleir would try to be a mediator between the Nords and Forsworn and make peace somehow.
Though I really like the Riften house, the city itself is not very charming, especially not if you want your kids to live there. The area around it is gorgeous though, I absolutely love the trees with yellow leaves! I think my favorite is Markarth still. Dwarven architecture amazes me.
Neh, it's not even the beggar, it's how it looks kinda dirty and everyone is pretty rude to each other, and then there's the Ratway... Definitely not for kids. But my Argonians would probably make friends with the ones living there, they seem nice.
To be honest, I already have a story almost completely developed, and I'm not that much of a fan of taking in ideas from people I'm not close friends with. :\ (Unless I'm working with a screenplay-writer who's ideas I respect of course.)