How do you fix Brynjolf bug?

How do you fix Brynjolf bug?

You have to completel the side quests that lead to city influence quests and complete them, and Brynjolf will talk to you again. It isn’t a bug. After you finish the Thieves Guild quest line, Brynjolf won’t have anymore dialogue for you to interact with.

Where do I follow Brynjolf?

First, the Dragonborn needs to follow Brynjolf into the The Ragged Flagon – Cistern. The entrance is hidden behind a wardrobe in the hallway past the bar, just off to the side of the door leading to The Ratway Vaults. Once inside the cistern they need to speak to Mercer Frey, the Guildmaster of the Thieves Guild.

Who is Brynjolf in Skyrim?

Mercer Frey
Brynjolf is a Nord thief and a member of the Thieves Guild in Riften. Brynjolf is currently the second-in-command at the Thieves Guild, below only Mercer Frey, the current Guildmaster.

What race is Brynjolf?


Race Nord
Gender Male
Level 1x player level (10-50)
Location Riften

Where is Brynjolf after hard answers?

Brynjolf has also gone missing and you will meet him in the further part of the story. After getting out of Snow Veil Sanctum and speaking with Karliah, head to Winterhold – there you will find Enthir, to whom you should give Gallus’s Encoded Journal.

How do I steal the ring in Skyrim?

Madesi keeps the ring in a strongbox inside the cabinet under the counter of his stall, both of which are locked. You can unlock the cabinet and strongbox at night for an easier theft, or simply pickpocket Madesi’s key off of him. Then, wait until after 4pm to actually steal the ring.

Should I steal for Brynjolf?

Notes. You only have a limited amount of time to get the ring and plant it. Once Brynjolf finishes his distraction, you will lose the chance. You can fail to steal the ring, plant it or get caught and still proceed with the quest.

What accent does Brynjolf have?

Brynjolf is a Nord, yet he has a sexy Scottish accent. Nobody else in the entire series does. And its not just the voice actor: His dialogue includes words like lad and lass, typical Scottish slang.