|Home Town||Skaal Village|
|Faction(s)||DLC2PillarBuilderFaction; DLC2SkaalBlacksmith; PotentialMarriageFaction; Actors in this will never fill world interaction aliases; DLC2SkaalDialogueFaction; DLC2SkaalVillageCitizenFaction; DLC2SVMorwensBedFaction; DLC2SVMorwensHouseFaction|
Morwen is a Nord living in Skaal Village. She works as an apprentice to the smith Baldor Iron-Shaper during the day. She becomes a candidate for marriage after delivering her amulet to Runil in Falkreath. Her mother was Bera, a Skaal woman, and her father was a sailor on a trade ship that sank near the village. She is the only Skaal known to have not grown up on Solstheim; she first lived with her parents in Falkreath before moving back to her mother's tribe.
You may ask her to tell you what did she do in Skyrim, before she came back here: "Well, my mother used to say that I was born an angry child. It's true that my heart has always been restless, and fighting was the only way I could find peace. I was a soldier for a time, and then a mercenary, but I was never truly happy until I came here." You may also ask her if the dragons have made life more difficult for the Skaal, to which she will reply, "Well, the dragons are a constant danger, but so far they have taken little interest in our village. Thank the All-Maker for that! But have they forced us to change the way we live our lives? No, not at all."
Morwen may have some random conversations with her master Baldor Iron-Shaper:
Baldor: "We're nearly out of coal again."
Morwen: "I could travel to Raven Rock and purchase some more."
Baldor: "True, but I think that Edla would be hurt if you didn't give her the chance to trade for it first."
Baldor: "You know how happy it makes her to play the village peddler."
Morwen: "You speak the truth, Baldor. It makes my heart glad to see her keeping busy after Heifnir's death."
Morwen: "Very well, I'll ask Edla to trade for some coal."
Morwen: "Why have you never taken a wife, Baldor?"
Baldor: "Because I already have a wife, and I wouldn't want to make her jealous."
Morwen: "Oh? And what is her name, this secret wife of yours?"
Baldor: "Her name is forge. Now be silent before she hears you and becomes angry."
Morwen: "It's tradition that the son of the smith take his father's place, but you have no son. Who will become smith of the Skaal after you."
Baldor: "All-Maker willing, young Nikulas will take an interest. I would be happy to teach him."
Morwen: "Nikulas is restless. He's like an eagle, always seeking to fly somewhere new."
Morwen: "I do not think he has the patience to work the forge."
Baldor: "Well, Deor and Yrsa are still young. In time, I'm sure that they will have many children."
Baldor: "Perhaps one of them will want to learn the ways of iron-shaping."