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I was in The Companions house and Njada was very rude too me. It's OK to be rude in this kind of game, but I would really like to kill her. How do I do it, so that I won't have to kill the whole town?

Should I just kill her and run? Could I then comeback and pay some big fine?

I bet she is useless in the main story and it would be a cool role-playing thing to do.

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Err, if you dislike being insulted, this is the wrong game for you. –  Domocus Dec 14 '11 at 23:56
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@Domocus she remind me of someone I know and .... –  IAdapter Dec 14 '11 at 23:59
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@IAdapter she once reminded me of someone I knew, but then ... –  alexanderpas Dec 15 '11 at 0:51
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@alexanderpas But then...you took an arrow to the knee. –  Domocus Dec 15 '11 at 1:31

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This is a very funny way to kill her. Just cast fury on her and the people around her will kill her for you. Simple as that. Hah, I paid Athis for lessons on one-handed weapons, and leveled up my one-handed skill. Then I casted fury on him and guess what??? Everyone got out of there beds and started to kill him. I was helping kill him too, and no one came after to kill me. Hah, pretty smart. Lol.

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that is very cool :D –  IAdapter Jan 17 '12 at 9:59
  1. Make sure you can get to the throat of the world.
  2. Go to the VERY top. Bring her with you.
  3. Fus RO DAH!!!
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After completing the companion's quest line, I took the non-essential, and quite annoying companions to the underforge and slaughtered them, 1 - it gives you a cool cutscene, and 2 - impossible to get a bounty as it is only the two of you.

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I did it using sneak and arrows. The first arrow did not kill her. The Companions were mad, but I hid the bow and they relaxed.

The second shot did kill her, and I ran. I went to a guard and he said nothing.

I came back, and they are OK with me.

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Complete the Companions questline, then take her as a follower and go to the Sacellum of Boethiah. You need to sacrifice a companion to summon a Daedra. She sounds perfect.

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i will have to find another one. my housecarl sounds like a good fit (she did say the same annoying line when I tried to used her as a storage room) –  IAdapter Dec 15 '11 at 11:09

If you're willing to bide your time, the best bet is to finish the Companions quest line. Once you do, any member of the Companions - including Nadja - will agree to accompany you as a follower. Which means you can take her to a nice secluded shack in the middle of nowhere, and then take her out.

If you don't have the patience, or prefer a more... public method, I'll refer you to questions like this one. Essentially, raise your Sneak, (and optionally pickpocket or weapon) skills, wait for the right moment, and strike when nobody is looking - this will take some practice, and a bit of skill, but it's good training for the Brotherhood after all.

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that would be a really evil genius thing to do(the 1st option). can I still finish the companion quest line if I kill her now? P.S. I bet you don't know, but what is your educated guess. –  IAdapter Dec 14 '11 at 23:57
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I don't have a save file from before completion of the chain to check, but since she's not involved in any quests, she's unlikely to be flagged as Essential. –  LessPop_MoreFizz Dec 15 '11 at 0:20

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