Day 16 in Skyrim - the death of the dragon of Skyborn Altar
When Eda and Lydia had finally located the altar, they realised that they still hadn’t gotten to it from the best direction. With the dragon quickly realising that the pair were there, Eda climbed down the face of the mountain behind the Altar, while Lydia tried to find her own route down. Facing the dragon alone, Eda shot fireball after fireball at the icy breathed fiend.
Lydia turned up just after the dragon had been vanquished. With the dragon dead, it was time to return to Morthal and collect the bounty that had been placed on its head.
Day 16 in Skyrim - hopefully on the right track
Eda and Lydia have ended-up in the ruins of Labyrinthian in an attempt to find the best way to get the Skyborn Altar. Having killed a few frost trolls, they took a moment to wonder at the scale of the ancient ruins before heading onwards.
Day 15 in Skyrim - a grim discovery
Eda and Lydia, while trying to find a path up to Skyborn Altar, had become lost and ended up at Fort Dunstad. Overrun with bandits, Lydia and Eda only just managed to kill them and get out with their lives.
But before they left, they investigated a thatched house at the fort that was in fact a wayward inn called The Stumbling Sabrecat. Ambushed by more bandits, once dispatched the pair made their way downstairs and discovered the inn’s former owner - Baral Sendu - who was now very dead, murdered in his sleep it seemed.
Day 14 in Skyrim - the return to Morthal
Eda and Lydia only just survived their encounter with the necromancer Malkoran in the ruins of Meridia’s temple on Mount Kilkreath. And there was a lesson to be learned from this encounter - facing a powerful mage? Use some damn shock spells/enchanted weapons.
Anyway, Eda and Lydia headed to Morthal (having sold some loot in Whiterun), to see what they could do to get their hands on a piece of land…
Day 13 in Skyrim, continued - the end of the temple
“I’ve got a bad feeling about this,” said Lydia as she and Eda crept down another flight of stony stairs. As the pair came to the opening of one of the largest chambers in Meridia’s temple - you could see why Lydia had been getting goosebumps.