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So I recently went to the Bannered Mare in Whiterun after learning that not only can you cook with the ingredients given, but there was a cooking pot there. There I met Saadia. No matter what I do, she won't accept my Amulet of Mara, even after I finished her quest and let her live. Is she a marriable character in Skyrim?

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marked as duplicate by galacticninja, Ben, DJ Pirtu, 5pike, CloudyMusic Jun 28 '15 at 9:30

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I'm actually not sure what the answer to this is. It seems like it might be no but I'm not entirely certain at this point. Maybe a few more answers would help. :) – agent86 Dec 18 '11 at 20:46
Ah, the rare Simultaneous Triple Post! Clearly you should accept the answer based on the hat the gravatar is wearing. – Raven Dreamer Dec 18 '11 at 20:53
@RavenDreamer Perhaps someone could add the console commands to make her marriageable and so distinguish their answer from the others? – agf Dec 19 '11 at 1:52
I knew there were console commands, but I wasn't sure the addfac would work because I had tried it before and it didn't; besides, something like that is bound to be buggy. So I wanted to go the natural way. – MonochromaticPalette Dec 19 '11 at 4:20 Marry and companion free by Gotika mod – user22650 Mar 28 '12 at 4:46


You can't marry Saadia.

You can see a full list of all NPC's you can marry on the UESP

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Unless of course you are playing on PC: Wiki Players can force the marriage dialog option to appear on NPCs by opening the console, targeting the desired NPC, and typing the command "addfac 19809 1". This could possibly cause issues with NPCs who were not originally intended to have this option. – Kexlox Mar 28 '12 at 4:54

She's not marriable. You can view the full list of potential spouses here.

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No, unfortunately Saadia is not one of the female NPCs you can marry.

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I saw a picture on Skyrim nexus. The mod was Saadia-No Scar. I was looking at some pics and I saw in the Dialogue that it said,"I'd like us to move somewhere else". I think this means there might be a patch or a mod to where you could marry her

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