Oblivion talk:Undena Orethi
Is it safe to assume that if I haven't see her in ages, she died while out on the road? xoxo Coryl
- I just did her schedule, and while I was waiting she was suddenly attacked by Goblins - so I dont think it's impossible she could be killed out on the road. (I have no idea, how old that question is, but I figured the Goblin-attack could be relevant to the update). And mod's remember, that I did an inventory check on her - and wrote it on her page without any links. You should consider that an in-game verification. Krusty 17:39, 20 February 2009 (EST)
- I see. I did a few minor corrections on her schedule and did her inventory, while I was bored out of my mind waiting by that rock. Can you write it proberly? Krusty 09:12, 21 February 2009 (EST)
 Bug fix
Is it certain the Unofficial Oblivion Patch fixed her problems, (It is installed)?
Every time I see her she is standing in the same spot, but I don't recall her ever mentioning tomatoes to me. She only has rumours available to discuss.
I only searched here to see if she had some purpose.
 Tomato Dialog
I visited Undena regularly in every Game I started since it came out and talked to her every time. I played the Game since it came out with different patch levels (Official, Unofficial, Shivering Isles or not, DLCs or not...) She never gave me the Tomato Dialog. I always play as an Argonian, and always have a low Disposition (28) when I first talk to her. Are there any ohter Argonian or maybe Khajiit Players who can confirm this? — Unsigned comment by Lizzarddude (talk • contribs) on 14 July 2009
- Do you mean the greeting dialogue ("A perfect tomato... one taste, and it is gone forever.")? I hadn't noticed anything disposition-related with that, but I suppose it's possible. I don't believe it would be race-specific. I'll try to reproduce this tonight. –rpeh•T•C•E• 08:23, 14 July 2009 (UTC)
 Undena Orethi's House
I took the liberty of checking out her house and noticed a few things.
First off, whether her house is locked (trespass red icon) or not seems to be randomly decided when you first enter Skingrad. That condition remains the whole game.
Secondly, her bed is NOT marked as owned. You can sleep in it, provided you aren't trespassing.
Lastly and perhaps most important, there appear to be two safe containers - namely, the two chests closest to the two cages next to the stairs on her top floor (one is behind the cages, partially hidden, the other is the chest closest to the cages in the row of three).
Basically, this can be a free house, assuming you are willing to fiddle with the game until it unlocks her door. Since Skingrad is in a good position, I thought this would be worth mentioning. GenocideHeart 19:20, 12 September 2009 (UTC)
 Undena triplets.
I was riding past Skingrad one day and noticed there were three Undenas standing at their/her spot talking as though they were having a kaffee klatsch. I stopped and wondered a bit and then decided it was good she finally had company. — Unsigned comment by Auburniowa (talk • contribs) at 17:46 on 30 April 2013