Skyrim - Top 5 Hardest Decisions

I don't think it's necessary for me to eat him, is it?.. Here, I list my Top 5 Hardest Decisions in Skyrim. These choices will influence what you think were the best endings to a quest, or event, and hopefully you can live with yourself afterwards. I also do other Top 5s, like Skyrim secrets. There are secret locations, even secret enemies and quests to be found. Which usually lead to weird theories or your own fan theory.

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  • Madison Lewis-Bennett

    I ate the priest, saved Saadia, killed all three prisoners, let Cicero live, and I refuse to kill Paarthinax. I've also done reverse play thrus. And mixed it up playing ultimate good and ultimate evil play thrus... Wow I've played this game too much.

  • vMercyy

    Hardest decision for me was choosing between magika health or stamina after reaching level 2

  • bradley hall

    Should i kill every guard that mentions sweetrolls because I don't want them to discover that I'm actually the sweetroll thief

  • Fross Fairy

    I ate the priest, saved Saadia, killed all three prisoners, killed Cicero for his outfit and I refuse to kill Paarthinax.

  • Kerem Çelik

    I lost myself when you say "damn this chick hot" to night mother LOL

  • Maxx Curtis

    Graenolf's hardest decision was deciding whether or not to make another video about BARRELS!!

  • Pogostic09

    Never kill Paarthurnax.The way punishments are supposed to work is to make people regret their crimes. In some cases people are put into prison just to protect others, but mostly to give them a new chance.Paarthunax obviously used his chance to be a good guy, so no punishment needed. And in Alduins times ALL Dragons served Alduin. If he stood up against the others they would probably have killed him or something like this.

  • morfanaion

    Simple, really:1. Eat the priest, what good is he, you get an artifact that counts towards an achievement2. Save Saadia, I don't buy into Kematu's story and Saadia seems pleasant enough.3. All three prisoners are asswipes, just Fus Ro Dah them all to oblivion.4. The only benefit to killing Cicero would be to get his armor set, but you can pickpocket those off of him with the correct perks, so that doesn't do anything. However, with the Keeper dead, there is nobody to tend to the night mother. We can't have that, so, keep him alive. He'll also become available as a pretty strong follower later on (though he does remain as annoying as ever).5. Why would I want to kill Paarthunax? Props to the blades for stomping out evil dragons, but, jeez, this dragon turned his life around, ignored his own instincts and started working with humans to fight the evil of Alduin. And besides, the blades are sworn to follow the dragonborn, not the other way around. Just who does Esbern think he is, ordering the dragonborn around. Know thy place, you maggot!

  • Lazy_Panda65

    In my many years of decision making, never have I had a greater regret then when I killed Paarthunax. There should’ve been a quest to kill the blades I wouldn’t mind that

  • Peter Fyll

    I wanted to kill Cicero the moment he appeared

  • shana Alexander

    #SavePaathurnax comment this if you agree

  • Gatica

    Killing Alae Quintas is killing 7 people with one arrow, you have now forsaken the six children of this widow to go on without their mother, their only support in this war torn country.Sure, they might be sent to the orphanage, but there's no guarantee of that, and even the orphanage isn't much of a consolation.That's why despite her venomous tongue I couldn't bring myself to kill her, I didn't want to think of hunger or death or mistreatment befalling 6 innocent children because I took their mothers life on a whim over my bruised ego.

  • Red Wyvern Emperor

    I could never kill Paarthurnax. Heck, I am Dragonborn, Blades are supposed to serve me, not the other way around. I would never kill one of my own kind that helped save Tamriel multiple times and taught first warriors how to use Thuum. Screw Blades, if they want Paarthurnax, they have to get through me.

  • Jenny

    miss me with that paathurnax killing

  • JRWT 0

    Don't kill the dragon go back and kill Esbern and Delphine

  • Bruno Veloso

    Astrid: "You can only leave here when someone die!"The last Dragonborn, Archmage of the college of winterhold,Dragon slayer,the one who ended the civil war of Skyrim,Harbinger of the companions, champion of all daedric princes, thane of all 9 holds,master of the thu'um,leader of the thieves guild, the freaking, main, character : "is that so?"

  • William Robertson

    hardest decision i ever made was NOT killing astrid... I wanted the Dark Brotherhood quests so badly but her literally abducting me REALLLY got under my skin. Was kinda hoping i could incinerate her

  • The Third Crusader

    During "In My time Of Need" if you turn Saadia in, you see her ashes in the Hall of the Dead.But did you know that every killable NPC in Whiterun has ashes in the Hall if they die. So it could just be something the Devs forgot to take.

  • Jack Williamson

    Paarthurnax also told the nords the way of the voice so that they could defeat Alduin with the dragonrend shout so I would keep Pathurnax ALIVE

  • Vladimir Lee

    Skyrim logicHmmm... do the right thing...Or... bang...Bang.slaughters all of Whiterun

  • Erica :/

    "should i pick eyes #1 or eyes #5" this speaks to me on a deep and spiritual level

  • Noah R

    I would never kill Paarthurnax. He was my favorite character immediately when I met him and his actions are justified.

  • Nikita Kazakov

    10:29 4,5 thousand years of community service

  • KayleeDaGamer

    Paarthurnax is awesome. I would never kill him. I think that quest is stupid, AND he is voiced by the guy who voices Mario. 😂

  • David Meyer

    5:12 - The correct person to kill in the third instance (the Dark Brotherhood one, the With Friends Like These quest) is Vasha.Don't believe me? Go do the quest and before killing anyone, stand back and cast Clairvoyance.

  • DonkeyMan USA

    My hardest decision was how to kill Nazeem. Hardest decision ever.

  • Rene Villarreal

    The contract was on Astrid anyways lol

  • The Last Melon

    Brother Verulus decides to go with you if you tempt him with treasure. That naughty priest is greedier than he aught to be.

  • Electron Gaming

    Are you really not gonna include becoming vampire or not, killing the weird miner dude, frame Brand Shei or not, become a Werewolf or not or even become a Vampire lord or not?

  • Charmader Orange

    Maybe Saadia died in trial and had her remains sent back to the city where she had friends.

  • tanjinpang

    Hardest decision: Whether to lie for Faendal or Sven...

  • Jessie the book nerd

    This was the first video that started me along the path to the Mighty Oyfum.Let us take a moment to reflect upon that...

  • Intense Gaming

    I need to complete my Heavy Dragon armor set and I couldn't find any dragon's to kill soooo i thought to myself i know where I can find one for sure long story short rip Parthunax.

  • Papa Frank

    What if Cicero either knew or was related to Lucien Lahance

  • Hunter Vogl

    I’m probably against most people here, but I think killing Paarthurnax is the right option. He has too much power to risk letting him go. He said not a day goes by that he doesn’t think of returning to his power-hungry nature. Letting him live isn’t worth the risk.

  • Amanda M

    You’re videos are the BEST because of your humour and vast knowledge in Skyrim and theories. Not to mention your voice..... my goodness hot damn

  • Vili Nurminen

    Thanks for telling the redguard womans name now i can bring her to the guys who seek her muhahaahahhahahahahhahahahahaaaa

  • Diorno Diovanna

    Wait if the city is under Thalmor control then why would someone who helped make that happen face trial in this Thalmor controlled city?

  • Cuggi Man Yeeters

    On the dark brotherhood one I killed Astrid

  • Plox

    Paarthurnax wasn't a hard decision , who cares if he killed 10-10.000 people, in probably less than a year ingame time I myself sacrificed a companion, ate a priest, ate the people who told me to eat the priest, killed a priestess for the black star, killed a museum owner, about 1000 Bandits, the emperor etc so why blame him for crimes he did hundreds of years ago ...

  • Ledge Buoy

    Unlike the murderer in the allegory Paarthurnax was not caught and punished with community service. He instead overcame the most base nature of his entire species and chose to make amends of his own free will. And he has been doing this for far more than just the lifetime of the current Blades or the Dragonborn but ever since the Merethic Era, meaning long before Skyrim was actually called Skyrim, before the Blades were a thing, hell before the Empire and 90% of the lore we know were a thing. If you kill him at this point you are not bringing back the many people he killed and undoing his atrocities. You are however undoing all the good he would have done by teaching man and mer to protect themselves and teaching Dragons to live alongside them.And even if someone were to claim that Paarthurnax is really some evil mastermind that might turn on everyone after getting all those dragons under his control it wouldn't make any sense. After all it's not like he could become a new Alduin, even if he did become the new head honcho of the dragons. The only dragon that could bring him back if he died is now dead and he helped you do that, and you know the Dragonrend shout designed to kill dragons, which he helped you learn. Not only that, the Dragon War ended in the creation of Dragonrend and Alduins banishment and even gave man and mer a fighting chance in the current day because he betrayed Alduin at a time when it would have been considered suicide to do so. Considering dragons are terrified of the concept of mortality because it was never something they had to fathom it would make no sense for him to give the dragonborn the tools needed to kill him and then turn against him.

  • Nightwalker170

    Lets see.. I ate ate the priest, then slipped on the Ring of Hircine and changed into a werewolf so I could eat all the cannibals. >.> As Champion of Hircine and an apex predator I don't take well to competition for my food. Astrid caught up with me shortly after. So kind of her to provide me with a three course meal. Saadia? Saved then married her. My redgaurd waifu makes sure my bed stays warm at night. Cicero... The funniest thing about him was his taste. Finally Paarthinax .... This wasn't 'community service'. He worked together with the goddess Kyne herself to gift mankind with the gift of the Voice, helped shut down Aldiun the first time which freed mankind from the rule of all dragons, THEN founded the Way of the Voice which turned the Dragontongue from a tool of power and war into a thing of meditative contemplation and worship. -_- The only reason I didn't finish off the Nazis err I mean Blades myself was because Skyrim won't let you...

  • Cryscorde Ultimasunt

    Man, I didn't know you could leave the sanctuary. I just sniped Cicero while sneaking from the other side of the doorway.

  • SonofAres

    I think that the killing Paarthurnax decision could have been better by having him not fight back. Imagine, you’ve made the gut-wrenching choice to kill the dragon, and as you raise your sword, he does not flinch, but looks you in the eyes as your blade falls on his head. And as you hack away, he does not retreat, but simply talks to you about his regret for the things he did, and an understanding for your actions. He talks about disappointment that he didn’t get to make up for his crimes. And as you strike the killing blow, he whispers his final words: “Sky Above, Voice Within. Goodbye, Dovahkiin.”

  • Mal-Pal

    "Does this armor make my butt look nice?" Lolol Perfect!

  • KayleeDaGamer

    I have played through skyrim quite a few times and I could never bring myself to kill paarthunax.

  • ichigoeater

    I hate to eat the priest, since I like his personality, but the Ring of Namira is too beneficial to pass up. I always give Saadia up simply because her side of the story meshes less than her pursuers. If she wanted help, she should've been completely honest, since she was out of options and trusting a stranger anyway. Since she was clearly not entirely truthful, she had something to hide. Maybe she wasn't as guilty as the Redguards made her out to be, but she was certainly guilty of something.I kill all three prisoners, as a mercy killing. Whoever survives is always stuck in that shack the rest of the game anyway; they don't disappear, always remaining tied up. You can't actually free them. If you could, the choice would matter more.I let Cicero live, since I don't find him all that annoying and actually agree with most of what he says. Astrid's leadership led the Dark Brotherhood to the dump, and the fact that she always betrays you, regardless of your choice, means there's no point in being loyal to her, hot chick or not.As far as the Paarthurnax dilemma goes, the big guy himself said it best: "What is better? To be born good or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?" He didn't just go through ten years of community service, he went through centuries of it, truly reforming himself. Besides, what the Blades are basically doing is tracking down and attempting to kill the retired lone general of an opposing army from a battle that concluded before their great-great-grandparents were even born. The Blades don't care about avenging the lives lost because of Paarthurnax. They don't even care about honor, or they'd do it themselves. They just see him as a black stain in their history, and you're the janitor they hired to clean it up, and you're not allowed to play in their clubhouse anymore until you do. Talk about ungrateful and dishonorable after you killed Alduin ALONE. Hands down, no matter how you look at it, keeping Paarthurnax alive is the moral thing to do.

  • OpenWorldAddict

    the hardest decision i found is whether or not to kill Madanach and his men in the Cidna Mine during the Forsworn conspiracy questline. The Forsworn are known murderers and raiders, and if you help them escape the Mine they will leave a path of bloodshed through the city of Markarth. However, while talking to all the forsworn prisoners is the mine you learn of the horrors and the hardships they've experienced thanks to the Bear of Markarth and the Silverblood Family. It's like you're damned if you don't but you're damned if you do. Instead of a clear right and wrong, there are all sorts of shades of gray in this decision, and you have to weigh the choice based on your own values what the correct action should be.

  • Electron Gaming

    paarthunax won't hurt a should I'll never kill him

  • Toby Sweetman

    5: Eat the dude for daedric completion, also if you're a vampire it's not out of the norm.4: There's more evidence for Kematu's side, the game devs made this quest to see if the player would fall for a pretty face.3: Kill them all, they all have a contract on them, it makes the most sense based on how the DB operate.2: Don't kill Cicero, he's a traditionalist, never seen someone so faithful to his job. Also, fuck messing with Sithis' will.1: Never kill Paarthrunax, you monster. He's done so much for mankind and deserves to live, also, the blades aren't what they once were, they're arseholes, fuck 'em.

  • The Exonerator

    On my first run through I killed the priest because I thought "why not?", then she asked me to eat him and I was like HELL NO. So, long story short everyone died. I love this game

  • Vanessa Meyer

    There is an mod i think it’s called the paarthurnax dilemma. So you don’t have to decide 😅

  • Ram Kitten

    Night Mother is an oof

  • ShadowFoxBandit

    in friends like these I kill everyone

  • Wali Adeeb

    With Parthurnaax, the decision becomes far easier once you realise that Delphine is trying to manipulate the dragonborn into doing what she wants.The Blades are sworn to serve the dragonborn and if the dragonborn thinks its okay to keep Big Old Dragon Master around, the Blades need to shut their faces and watch.

  • Lily Star

    In the quest in my time of need, I kill them both.

  • kuroyami hikari

    Why do u calk all the girls hot?...

  • Meri makkara

    it dosent matter if parthnaax killed some nords remember that people of skyrim arent the nicest and parthanaax is good guy now and if he would not have helped you alduin would have killed even more people

  • Caylin Rehfeldt

    Can you do top five places to live or build a home?

  • Meme Papa

    Hey Astrid is pretty hot....get it?😂🔥*most likes I've ever gotten*

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  • Paul Snelling

    For The Quest With Saadia, In It: Kill Kematu, And His Men ; And Save Her Life.(This Is The Good Way To Complete It)

  • William_BroBrine

    A way of looking at paarthurnax is like looking at Darth Vader Darth Vader Killed many people Jedi and inosents but was redeemed and forgiven after all he's done so if he can be forgiven so can paarthurnax☺

  • James O'Sullivan

    Stormcloaks or imperials?


    Join the imperials or the stormcloaks

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  • sesshomaru880

    I killed and eat the cannibals as a werewolf the irony was to good for me.

  • Olga Rykov

    Astrid has a nice eyeliner. But for all I know she could be hiding a butchered nose after a plastic surgery gone awry under that mask of hers. ;P

  • Mystic

    Number 4. if you help her you get loot from the guys u kill

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