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What changes are made to Falkreath Hold, The Reach, Hjaalmarch and Haffingar after I complete the civil war quests siding with the Stormcloaks ?

First of all, I'm a deep role-player, so every detail is important, specially when it comes to dialogue.

Example:

When I finished the Battle for Whiterun Quest, a option of dialogue was added to a lot of NPCs regarding how they feel about the Stormcloaks in the city, some NPCs changed, like new Jarl, Steward and Housecarl, and Heismkr can't enter his house anymore and he nows sleep on a tent.

That's what I want to know, and more if you can give me, about each of the cities I mentioned on the first paragraph.

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Have you tried looking at the wiki? Your question is rather specific, and has a huge answer, and would require people to type out a lot. (I also do not understand the deep roleplaying remark, as a roleplayer, why would you want to know the answers to your ingame actions beforehand?). –  Ids Jul 18 '12 at 0:22
    
How to look at the wiki ? >_> I'm new here, I tried checking Wikia and UESP and searching on google and here. About my RP remark, I want to know if there is something that will happen so I can check, otherwise, I won't waste my time talking with everybody before and later, and most people say the differences aren't major on the civil war questline, and I think It is, specially Whiterun Mission and the last one. –  Ramirez Jul 18 '12 at 0:47

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  • If you've been made thane in a hold that changes hands later, you will have to become thane again.
  • Rulers and stewards of captured holds will be moved to either Solitude castle (Stormcloaks line) or Winterhold csatle (Empire line).
  • People who have particular interest in the conflict may have new dialogue and their disposition may change, examples of these are non-Nords in Winterhold, Talos priesthood and some civilians.
  • Some minor structural damage to the captured capital.
  • The farmer who gives you the repeatable quests to harvest produce in Whiterun will die and 2 houses will become inaccessible (the farmer's and Heimskr's) during the battle for Whiterun.
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