Ysolda, it's not working out.

#1Mr_HeffelPosted 12/29/2011 2:00:39 PM
Well, I need some help with this, I've married Ysolda, moved into Breezehome and what not. Things were fine for a while, then I met Aela... From what I've seen across the boards over time is that there are no divorces in Skyrim. So, how would I be able to get rid of Ysolda and replace her? I've tried killing her, but she just falls to her knees like other invincible NPC's. How do I get rid of her?
#2CheeseItBagginsPosted 12/29/2011 2:02:21 PM
You're stuck to it forever, as God has intented marriage to be.
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#3XylarxcodePosted 12/29/2011 2:02:44 PM
For better or worse, man. It's right there in the vows.
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#4Iceaxe0140Posted 12/29/2011 2:04:12 PM
It's too bad you can't be like an orc chieftain and have several wives. Imagine having Aela, Jordis the Swordmaiden, and Ysolda all at the same time.
#5phantom6Posted 12/29/2011 2:08:11 PM
You'd need to unlock the hidden thu'um.

Via
Ag
Rah
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#6FluffyKidJoePosted 12/29/2011 2:09:21 PM
Ysolda gets to go to heaven. Aela will be spending eternity as a hunting dog.

You're better of with Ysolda.
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Ignorance is bliss
#7idunnodudePosted 12/29/2011 2:12:44 PM

phantom6 posted...
You'd need to unlock the hidden thu'um.

Via
Ag
Rah
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R.I.P. Princess, Feb. 14, 1992 - June 2, 2004


you win

#8Mr_Heffel(Topic Creator)Posted 12/29/2011 2:17:40 PM
I tried using that shout on her, but all she does is laugh...
#9pokemondoPosted 12/29/2011 2:21:51 PM
Iceaxe0140 posted...
It's too bad you can't be like an orc chieftain and have several wives. Imagine having Aela, Jordis the Swordmaiden, and Ysolda all at the same time.

Hmmm...well you could marry Ysolda, have her move to Solitude with Jordis as the housecarl, and take Aela as a follower there. All three in one house!
#10iAlexCPosted 12/31/2011 3:57:24 PM
Nope, it's only possible on PC
Seems Bethesda originally intended on putting the option for divorce into Skyrim, but they didn't fully put it in.

For all the PC guys out there, there are 3 easy methods to divorce an NPC. Here's the link :)
http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Marriage#Divorce