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Longtime fans of Skyrim know that even the vanilla version of the game - no mods added - has hours upon hours of gameplay, and this is partly due to the amount of quests players can pursue. One such quest can be discovered early on in the game in Whiterun, the first large city players often encounter while following the main storyline. You can find them in the Rorikstead inn after this encounter. The Redguard woman in question is Saadia, who resides in The Bannered Mare tavern of Whiterun - the very city the Alik'r were barred from entering.
If you want the quest done ASAP, the latter option will end it quickly and give you a gold reward. Allegedly, she spoke out against the Aldmeri Dominion and was forced to flee from the assassins they sent after her.
The leader of the Warriors after her, Kematu, has claimed she betrayed her people to the Thalmor, which she denies. If Kematu is killed, Saadia says the other assassins would scatter without leadership. This classic Skyrim dungeon is west of Whiterun at the bottom of a rock hill. There are many Bandits to fight before reaching Kematu, as well as a secret shortcut that cuts down on the amount of bandit-killing you have to do.
The book can be found next to a bedroll in the most eastern room of the Den. Players can either agree to lead Saadia to Kematu outside of Whiterun or kill Kematu then and there. Kematu will be waiting for both of you at the stables, enraging Saadia before she is paralyzed by Kematu.
He will award you gold after this, completing the quest. However, you can earn more gold by killing Kematu at the stables before getting the reward from him. Saadia will be angered about being deceived, but will reward you gold for killing Kematu.
There is a method of obtaining gold from each of them, but it involves killing Kematu and having Saadia permanently in a hostile state. Players can kill Kematu after collecting their reward from him, then use Calm on Saadia as she will become hostile after recovering from paralysis.
Calm allows the player to collect the extra reward of gold, but when it wears off she will be permanently hostile. Killing her in this state is fortunately not a crime, though it is more senseless violence. All par for the course in Skyrim. Well, sort of.
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In the quest In My Time Of Need. Should i help the redguard woman or help the men trying to capture her?