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What happens if I give Lord Harkon the bow?


  1. What happens if I give Lord Harkon the bow?
  2. What happens when you shoot Auriel's Bow at the sun?
  3. What happens if you put blood on Auriel's Bow?

What happens if I give Lord Harkon the bow?

When you confront Lord Harkon, he will begin by insulting you for your disloyalty towards him. At this point, Lord Harkon will demand that you give him Auriel's Bow. If you refuse to give it to him, he will attack you. Likewise, if you give him the bow, he will betray you and attack.

What happens when you shoot Auriel's Bow at the sun?

Auriel's Bow is a powerful bow allegedly used by the elven god Auri-El. Shooting the sun using Auriel's Bow with Bloodcursed Elven Arrows will block out the sun until the following morning, negating its negative effects on vampires for the duration.

What happens if you put blood on Auriel's Bow?

When Auriel's Bow is aimed toward the sun with a Bloodcursed Elven Arrow equipped, the sky becomes red-orange for a moment to indicate where the sun is. When a Bloodcursed Elven Arrow is shot at the sun from Auriel's Bow, it will blot out the sun for a single day.



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