- 1 How do I get past the waterfall in Stony Creek Cave?
- 2 Where is Stony Creek Cave?
- 3 What is the strange orb in Skyrim?
- 4 How do you solve the puzzle in Ansilvund excavation?
- 5 Is there a word of power in Yngvild?
- 6 Where are the stones of Barenziah?
- 7 Where do I return Finn’s Lute?
- 8 Where is the Sunderstone gorge in Skyrim?
- 9 How do you get Shalidor’s writings?
- 10 Where is the unusual gem in Pinewatch?
- 11 What is Mzulft in Skyrim?
- 12 How do I get into Kagrenzel?
- 13 How many ancient technology quests are there?
How do I get past the waterfall in Stony Creek Cave?
By climbing the rocks opposite the opening (in the east corner of the room) and then using the Whirlwind Sprint shout, it is possible to reach the top of the waterfall . At the end of the corridor there is a passage to Kagrenzel. It is also possible to climb the rocks to the left of the waterfall .
Where is Stony Creek Cave?
Overview. Stone Creek Cave is located in Eastern Skyrim. You can find it by traveling South East of Windhelm. This cave figures into The Great Skyrim Treasure Hunt, Bards College quest Finn’s Lute, and The Thieves Guild quest No Stone Unturned.
What is the strange orb in Skyrim?
Just inside is a pedestal surrounded by bodies and a glowing Strange Orb suspended above. Touching the orb causes you to become imprisoned in the area with the pedestal and bodies for a short period, until the floor below you opens up and you plummet a great distance to an underground lake.
How do you solve the puzzle in Ansilvund excavation?
The book contains clues to solve the pillar puzzle . The solution can also be seen carved into the wall behind the table, below the pillars, but they are partially obscured by rubble and weeds. The solution from left to right, is Eagle—Snake—Whale—Snake.
Is there a word of power in Yngvild?
When you are about to enter the Yngvild throne room, you will notice that there is a symbol on the door which indicates that there is a Word Wall in that area/room you are about to enter; however, no such Word Wall exists.
Where are the stones of Barenziah?
|1||Eastmarch||Ansilvund – Ansilvund Burial Chambers|
|2||Eastmarch||Stony Creek Cave|
|3||Eastmarch||Windhelm – House of Clan Shatter-Shield|
|4||Eastmarch||Windhelm – Palace of the Kings|
Where do I return Finn’s Lute?
Locate Finn’s Lute in Stony Creek Cave. Return for your reward of a 1-point increase to all Stealth skills.
Where is the Sunderstone gorge in Skyrim?
Sunderstone Gorge is a cave located in Southern Skyrim . You can find it by traveling North West of Falkreath or South West of Whiterun.
How do you get Shalidor’s writings?
Talk to Urag gro-Shub and ask him if there are any special books he’s looking for. He will tell you that he’s looking for a book Arch-Mage Shalidor wrote so he can translate his writings .
Where is the unusual gem in Pinewatch?
Pinewatch Bandit’s Sanctuary The bandits have cleared this portion of the tomb by killing the draugr, the remains of which litter the area. One of the locked doors here guards an Unusual Gem and a trapped chest (novice). In the hall leading to the dining area, a warning note is stuck to the wall.
What is Mzulft in Skyrim?
Mzulft is a Dwarven Ruin located in Eastern Skyrim . You can find it by traveling directly South East from Windhelm. It’s along the western base of the mountain, so keep to the foothills of it as you go. This is a particularly good location as it has a large amount of Dwemer artifacts for Dwarven Smithing.
How do I get into Kagrenzel?
Kagrenzel is a Dwemer Ruin located southeast of Mzulft and north of Riften. To reach Kagrenzel , go east up the steep path and follow a long series of stairs just east of Ansilvund. Kagrenzel is near the far east edge of the map, roughly parallel with Stony Creek Cave.
How many ancient technology quests are there?
360 PS3 PS4 If all six Ancient Technology quests are completed before finishing the main Dawnguard questline when obtaining side quests from Sorine, Florentius or Gunmar, a permanent, impossible objective may appear telling the Dragonborn to aid Sorine.