Oblivion:Bittneld and Emfrid
 Quick Walkthrough
Note: Most of this quest is skipped unless you have the Unofficial Oblivion Patch installed. Without, it skips straight from Bittneld complaining about the town's women to Emfrid thanking you for bringing them together.
Note: This quest does not appear in your journal
- Talk to a local author who wants to play matchmaker.
- Talk to Bittneld the Curse-Bringer about himself and his town.
- Talk to Emfrid about Bittneld.
- Return to Bittneld with a suggestion.
 Detailed Walkthrough
 The Matchmaker
Author Casta Scribonia is well-known for her romantic stories, but turns out to be equally romantic in life. When asked about Chorrol, she will tell you about two lonely existences in town, a guard captain and the proprietor of the local inn. She thinks they would be a perfect match, but will never reveal their names.
 The Lonely Guard
The captain of the Chorrol guard, Bittneld the Curse-Bringer, seems to enjoy his work but isn't so keen on the town's female population. Ask him about Chorrol and he will tell you that although he thinks the women are "fine-looking", he also thinks they're snooty and not very nice.
 The Lonely Barmaid
 Playing Cupid
Head back to Bittneld and ask him about Chorrol again. This time you get to ask him what he thinks of Emfrid. He isn't keen initially. She runs the Grey Mare but he goes to The Oak and Crosier because he's a captain and the Oak caters to "a better class of people". Bittneld suddenly wakes up to what he's saying: he has become just as "snooty" as the women he complains about. He agrees to stop in at the Grey Mare and find out if Emfrid is interested.
 The Happy Couple
From now on, Bittneld visits the Grey Mare every day at 6pm and spends four hours in the company of Emfrid. She is delighted by his attention, and thanks you for bringing the two of them together. Speaking to Casta Scribonia will reveal that she is more than pleased about the new couple in town.