Roleplayer's Resource - The Hitman's Hideout

Greetings, sera. Blackblood with something interesting. In the interest of making things a bit more interesting for the RP Group, I've come up with something I think will be fun for at least a few people. This is the Hitman's Hideout, a shadowy base for assassins, mercenaries, bounty hunters and everything in between. Here, various bounties are placed on the heads of various NPCs in Skyrim. Members of the site can take these bounties, complete them, and even earn money doing it!! So without further ado, let's head on in shall we?

 

 

 

Welcome to the Hitman's Hideout

 

Several NPCs in Skyrim are bound to have no shortage of enemies lurking around the corners. Not all of them are legitimate or legal, however, and the Dark Brotherhood has fallen to ruin as of late. Thus, a retired hitman has decided to put the heads of these misfortunate men and mer on paper for you, so that aspiring assassins and bounty hunters can ply their trade on them. People that you've always wanted to get paid to kill, people you never expected to have a hit placed on them, as well as people you probably didn't even know existed. All sorts of potential targets exist out there, and as long as two people exist in this hold, someone is going to want someone else dead.

- The Bounty Board
In this hideout, the bounties for a number of NPCs are placed, to be updated at the Bounty Master's leisure. The chosen can range from anyone insignificant like Lemkil, to someone incredibly influencial like Elenwen. Members can click on each bounty to see the specifications. They can then take their character, kill that NPC, then post a screenshot of the deed. If anyone wants to suggest someone to die, send me a PM and I'll put it on the backlist. All bounties are submitted anonymously, so no worries about being counter-targeted. Bounty hunters are only allowed to claim one bounty per wave of targets.

- Profiles and Conditions
The bounties are split into three different profiles:

Low Profile - Relatively easy to kill. Usually alone, or incredibly weak.
Med Profile - Notably difficult to kill. Either strong, or surrounded by powerful allies.
High Profile - Targets are essential in game, and will require the assistance of mods to take their life. 

On each bounty, there may also be a set of conditions, certain things that must be done prior to, during or after the actual hit. They can range from necessary to mundane to nonsensical, but the submitted bounty will only be accepted if these conditions, if any, are also met.

- Hit Rankings
Once you've turned in a bounty, you will gain septims. The amount you gain will depend on the difficulty of the kill, the priority, and any extra conditions you may have to adhere to. Your total septim count will be recorded on the Hit Rankings, where the best hitmen are recorded.

 

:Hit Rankings:
(1) Bounty Master -
10,000 Septims
(2) bloodmeridian -
 900 Septims
(3) Curse -
250 Septims

 

:Bounty Board:

 

 

 

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  • Consider them dead. 

  • Very intereting, very interesting indeed ... Unfortunatly I will have to limit my contract completion to weekends due to time constraints, but your newest hitman will be hard at work this weekend, rest assured. 

    • Interesting layer as well, not adding the NPCs names. It'll make it more challenging, especially for the more low-profile NPCs. 

  • How shall we turn in proof of completed jobs? A posted screenshot here?

  • If you wanna make things more interesting put bounties on modded NPCs.

    • Maybe in the future. For now I'm starting simple.

  • Having fun with this. So far I’ve killed Hiemskr (sp?). I’ll have a picture and a short story to go with it tomorrow. 

  • Going to be sharing pictures and brief recaps of how these kills end up going down in game. They'll probably get more elaborate as I get more comfortable with writing.

    Target: Heimskr

    Ahri killed a Thalmor patrol on their way through Helgen with a prisoner. She donned their robes to fulfil the contract's requirements. Heimskr had to be taken down by a killer in full Thalmor uniform. The prisoner ran desperately off into the night, never bothering to unbound his hands.

    No telling who wanted this old fool dead. Thalmor perhaps? Ahri didnt know much about the Thalmor other than their burning hatred for all things Talos. Considering how much of a nuissance the old man was it wouldnt surprising if a local called the hit to get some peace and quiet. 

    Heimskr was too engrossed in his passionate sermon to notice his murderer's approach. Ahri stabbed the man from the side with a dagger picked from the Thalmor agent's corpse.  Though grievously wounded, Heimskr bolted with all his might to a small house near the shrine, perhaps believing he could escape his assailant if only he could make it inside and seal the door behind him. But there was no chance the old man could out run a trained assassin. 

    Up until now the guards had just barely tolerated the presence of what they believed to be a Thalmor agent in their city. The guards were already upon Ahri before Heimskr's body hit the ground but the assassin was prepared for them. Confusion erupted as a frenzy spell was let loose against the guards and many innocent bystander. As guardsmen and civilians clashed in the streets Ahri slipped away into the sewers.  

    • Thalmor disguise was a cool touch.

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