A disembodied voice commands the Dragonborn to kill Tyranus. If they don’t answer, Tyranus will be driven insane by the disembodied voice and say “You or me” and then attack. In any case, Tyranus must be killed for the Dragonborn to leave the Abandoned House.
The Emperor’s Voice used by Imperials will calm Tyranus. In either case, Tyranus must be killed to progress. After that, go down to the Altar of Molag Bal in the basement. “Yes
Grind a bit – there are a lot of quests in Markarth that will take up your time – and then come back. When you go to Markarth for the first time with the quest “A Night to Remember”, the Forsworn Muder will not take place and will trigger the spawning of the guardian of Stendar “Tyranus” outside of the abandoned house.
There is no way to spare the priest, but if you are trying to defy the Daedra Lord, kill the priest when you find him bound. That would defy another Daedric Lord, since he is a priest of Boethiah.
To betray Molag Bal, all you have to do is kill the priest before he goes back inside, i.e. right after you release him. The mace will remain rotten and Molag Bal will have no way of taking revenge on Boethiah.
You can’t kill him, only hit him because in other The Elder Scrolls games like Oblivion & skyrim he lives & You do quests for him.
Markarth Guardians may or may not attack Tyranus until he takes a knee: He cannot be killed as he is essential. Violent retaliation by the Dragonborn is not considered a crime; However, Tyranus will not stop until the Dragonborn leaves Markarth through the city gate and moves far enough away from him to end the pursuit.
The mace is given to the Dragonborn after completing the Daedra quest “The House of Deadlock”. This quest starts when the Dragonborn enters the abandoned house in Markarth.
You will find the priest Logrolf the Wayward on the north-east edge of the camp. Talk to him and choose any conversation option to free him. Go back to the abandoned house. When you return to the house, go to Molag Bal’s altar and you will find that Logrolf is just as trapped as before.
The Daedric Prince will first instruct the Dragonborn to smite Logrolf into submission with the rusty mace. It doesn’t succeed on the first try and Logrolf will die. However, Molag Bal will revive Logrolf and he will surrender on the second try.
Molag Bal is the overarching antagonist of The Elder Scrolls franchise and serves as the main antagonist of The Elder Scrolls Online. He is an evil Daedric Prince whose sphere of influence is the domination and enslavement of mortals.
On the west wall is an empty unlocked chest, a small cage, an empty dresser, and another shelf. The north wall has a cart, an empty barrel, a fireplace with stacks of firewood on either side, and a logging ax in front.
Description. After completing the first part of The House of Horrors, the house can be used as a free alternate home without ever having to complete the quest (keep it open or intentionally fail it). However, the Dragonborn cannot have a spouse live in this house since it is technically unowned.
You can get the Club of Molag Bal by completing the quest “The House of Deadlock” which is part of the Daedra Quests. Molag Bal’s Mace can be upgraded with an Ebony Ingot. However, it is not classified as an ebony weapon, nor any other type of material.
Smashes the spirit from Logrolf’s bones. Make him bend to me.” Logrolf will then kneel and it is up to you to beat him with the rusty club into submission.
Yes, it is possible. You must kill 30 Daedra and a guard will approach you and welcome you to the order.