Oblivion talk:Find the Heir
 Deleted comments
I just undid a set of comments that had been added to the quest. First, the section is called "quick walkthrough" because it is supposed to just provide the minimum details on the quest; more detailed comments only belong in the "detailed walkthrough" section. Second, a large number of the details in fact had nothing to do with this quest, but are actually part of the Weynon Priory quest, and are already described on that page. --Nephele 12:49, 12 August 2006 (EDT)
 No journal update
I have never gotten the 'i have arrived to Kvatch' update before , not even after talking to Jauffre. Walking , going to the city or fast travelling seems to make no difference whatsoever.
I wonder why is that.184.108.40.206 02:25, 14 June 2008 (EDT)
- That's weird. You're supposed to get the update as soon as you get to the entrance to the refugee camp (fast travelling or otherwise)... but it shouldn't change anything. If you can still continue the quest, you'll be fine. Vesna 12:08, 14 June 2008 (EDT)
- The same happened to me, but I didn't get any quest updates until I closed the gate. Maybe you have to hit the exact point to get the update (I climbed up the mountain) Matt360 432 17:16, 6 December 2008 (EST)
- i've never gotten it either. i've gone up the mountain, talked to the captain, used the "help" topic, closed the gate, talked to the captain again, went in, killed all the deadra, went in the chapel, and talked to martin, and i never got that update. i have, however, gotten an update that said "i've arrived at chorrol, now to find Weynon Priory" during the "deliver the amulet" quest. — Unsigned comment by 220.127.116.11 (talk) at 03:27 on 29 April 2010
 False Info?
"Most of this quest can be done even if you have not completed Deliver the Amulet. In this case, however, Martin is only identified as "A Priest" and you can't take him to Weynon Priory to complete the quest."
- This page doesn't seem to be in a good state, as is the part you mentioned. Him being named "Brother Martin" wouldn't reveal his true identity in the first place. Thanks for pointing that out ~ Dwarfmp 02:27, 25 November 2010 (UTC)
 Moved note.
- If you already have broken the siege of Kvatch before being assigned this quest, Martin will probably be waiting at the refugee camp outside the city.
I just don't like the probably. What do you guys think ? JackTurbo95 09:55, 28 April 2011 (UTC)
- "Probably" is a no-go; however, when you arrive at the Chapel with Savlian Matius, before talking to Martin, he will tag along with the other refugees when Tierra leads them down to the camp. Since we have a big fat map marker pointing to Martin anway, the note is unnecessary IMO. --Krusty 10:04, 28 April 2011 (UTC)
- Kill it!Minor Edits 10:21, 28 April 2011 (UTC)
- I think that it should be mentioned. This quest is all about finding Martin, and if he moves somewhere during it then it should be noted. If we depended on people using the map markers, we could exclude half of the information on the page. ("Travel to Kvatch"? Nay!) Speaking from personal experience I was pretty confused when Martin started following the refugees on my first playthrough. In regards to Jack's worries about the 'probably', it's unnecessary and should have just been removed in the first place. Legoless 18:55, 28 April 2011 (UTC)
 Weynon Priory Horse showing up when not supposed to.
It was late night, around 2.00 am, and I was walking along the coast north of Anvil with Martin following me, after getting him to come with me but not having taked him to Jauffre yet. While walking, I decided to go on the small island near which the Fin Gleam is located, and Martin didn't follow me for some reason. When I came back to the coast, Martin was riding a Weynon Priory horse. A while later, I jumped into the water, and when I came back to the coast, he had gotten off the horse. Afterwards, he just followed me, and left the horse there.