I play with Paarthurnax a lot. Whenever I go up the long way from High Hrothgar (just because I feel like it) I hide from him and then shout Dragonrend at him to surprise him Then I climb on his back and pretend we're flying around the mountain with Odahviing and then I prance around in front of him so I can make him move his head a lot (it's funny to see him moving his head back and forth like he's watching a Ping-Pong challenge) I love Paarthy!!
So I feel IF the blades would have learn of his existence....Esbern and Delphine will have betrayed you without a second thought because you an obstacle of there agenda and become miraak followers , because HE would do what they request even if he is a genocidical madman
Well, you can speak with him, you know that he is not evil anymore. The Blades only remember his bad deeds in the past. For them he is a dangerous enemy, or so they think. Yeah Paarthurnax is very cool!
aww ... I hate the blades since they told me to kill Paarthurnax ... I would never kill him because everytime I get attacked at the throat of the world he saves me and protects me and that's why we love him ^^
paarthurnax and odahviing are my total favs <3 paarthurnax for bing the freaking amazing yoda of skyrim and odahviing for being the only one who comes and kicks my enemies asses for me!! Love the image!
Ha, I was playing this and I LOVE Paarthurnax. I was on the phone with my friend who also plays Skyrim (She's not that far into it, she doesn't even know Paarthurnax yet) and I was like "DUDE, PAARTHURNAX IS SO AWESOME." and she was like "That's cool~" and I said "I either like him cause he's just simply that awesome or that he's the only dragon that hasn't made an attempt on my life yet. I think it's the first one!"
When the Blades told me to kill him I was like "Heh heh, NO. Nopppppe. If it's you or him, I'm going with him. DEFINITELY him."
Yeah, me too. I thought I could trust Esbern and Delphine. When they ordered me to kill him... I just ran away from them. I won't kill Paarthunax. Not for anything I hope I won't need the Blades to defeat Alduin
It was a harder decision for me. I liked Paarthurnax, but seeing as how he used to be Alduin's second-in-command, I was worried that his apparent reformation was nothing but a very long-term plot to overthrow Alduin and take his place as king of dragons. Paarthurnax himself admits his own instinct to dominate. After what Delphine said, I didn't want to overthrow Alduin only to be betrayed by his seemingly charming former lieutenant afterwards.
So if you're playing Skyrim, here's a helpful poem Only trust an elf or dragon, as far as you can throw 'em!
I didn't kill him. I'm just saying that at that point in the game, if you roleplay and think about it from your characters perspective, Paarthurnax COULD be playing you for a fool. Ambition-Overlord-Cruelty?