Bringing Hostile Parties to the Negotiation Table | Season Unending

In this section of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim guide, we provide a walkthrough for the initial parts of the main quest Season Unending. The player must speak to various important NPCs to invite them to a negotiation table.

  • New primary objective: Speak to Arngeir
  • New primary objective: Speak to Ulfric Stormcloak
  • New primary objective: Speak to General Tullius

New primary objective: Speak to Arngeir

Note! This quest will only appear in your journal if you were unable to convince the Jarl of Whiterun to prepare Dragonsreach for the dragon battle during The Fallen quest and instead opted to assist in negotiating a truce.

Exit Dragonsreach, access the world map, and select High Hrothgar. Enter the monastery and locate Arngeir. You must persuade the Greybeard to host the Imperial Legion and Stormcloaks meeting (as shown in the above screenshot).

New primary objective: Speak to Ulfric Stormcloak

New primary objective: Speak to General Tullius

You can visit the leaders of the conflicted factions in any order you prefer, but it is recommended to speak to Ulfric Stormcloak first. If you have already spoken to him, you should know where to find him. Otherwise, travel to Windhelm (located in the eastern part of Skyrim) and make your way to the Palace of the Kings in the northern area of the city (as shown in the above screenshot).

Find Ulfric (ensure that it is daytime) and initiate a conversation with him. The conversation’s direction depends on whether you have already met or are meeting for the first time (in the latter case, you may have to speak to him twice). Convincing Ulfric to head to High Hrothgar for negotiations should not be difficult. If your Speech skill is highly developed, you can try to persuade Ulfric to agree with your point of view (as shown in the above screenshot), but either way, the Stormcloaks’ leader will accept the invitation.

Head to General Tullius’s location now. If you have previously met him, you should recall where to find him. If not, travel to Solitude and go to Castle Dour in the city’s northwest area (as shown in the above screenshot).

Find Tullius (ensure that it is daytime) and initiate a conversation with him. The conversation’s direction depends on whether you have already met or are meeting for the first time (in the latter case, you may have to speak to him twice). Convincing Tullius to attend the High Hrothgar negotiations should not be difficult. If your Speech skill is highly developed, you can try to persuade Tullius to agree with your point of view (as shown in the above screenshot), but either way, the Legion’s leader will accept the invitation.

FAQ

1. What is “Season Unending” quest in Skyrim?

The “Season Unending” is a quest in the video game Skyrim where the player is tasked with negotiating a peace treaty between two warring factions, the Imperials and the Stormcloaks. The quest is part of the main storyline and is triggered after the player completes the “Alduin’s Wall” quest. The negotiations take place at High Hrothgar, and the player must navigate through a series of dialogue options to reach a peaceful resolution. The outcome of the negotiations affects the game’s ending and the player’s allegiance to either faction.

2. How do I invite the hostile parties to the negotiations in “Season Unending”?

To invite the hostile parties to the negotiations in “Season Unending,” the player must first complete the “Alduin’s Wall” quest and then speak to either General Tullius or Ulfric Stormcloak. The player must then travel to High Hrothgar and speak to the Greybeards to initiate the negotiations. The player will have to navigate through a series of dialogue options to convince both factions to attend the negotiations and agree to a peace treaty.

3. What are the consequences of not completing “Season Unending” quest in Skyrim?

If the player chooses not to complete the “Season Unending” quest in Skyrim, the civil war between the Imperials and the Stormcloaks will continue, and the player’s allegiance to either faction will affect the game’s ending. If the player supports the Imperials, they will be tasked with defeating Ulfric Stormcloak and his followers and restoring order to Skyrim. If the player supports the Stormcloaks, they will be tasked with liberating Skyrim from Imperial rule and establishing an independent kingdom.

4. Can the player complete “Season Unending” quest without taking sides in Skyrim’s civil war?

Yes, the player can complete the “Season Unending” quest without taking sides in Skyrim’s civil war. The player must navigate through a series of dialogue options to convince both factions to attend the negotiations and agree to a peace treaty. The negotiations will result in a temporary truce between the two factions, allowing the player to continue with the main storyline without taking sides in the civil war. However, the player’s allegiance to either faction will still affect the game’s ending.

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