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Maids II: Deception
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"Welcome Dragonborn to this place where destiny is unmade. On the tongues of serpents are songs of Ionith and her children. Valkyrie my abandoned child I summon you from the skies. O Flies Obsidian, simulacrum, breaker, and devourer salvation lies in you"
―From top going clockwise, the translation of the Dwemeris in the mod logo

Maids II: Deception is a quest and new lands mod for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It was released in episodic format from April 2012 to August 2016. The story is a sequel to the The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion mod Maids I: Euphoria.

Prologue Synopsis Edit

During the Oblivion Crisis, an organization of mages and alchemists known as Project Purity sought to rule Tamriel by first enslaving its women through the use of a corrupted Hist tree's sap that, when ingested, provoked an insatiable frenzy that made female victims vulnerable to submission. At the request of two maids who were cursed with the sap’s effects, the Champion of Cyrodiil put a stop to Purity’s plans and saved the women held captive in the palace of the Argonian warlord Desann.

The descendants of the two maids - the Pinder family - would face persecution by a resurgent Purity as retaliation for their defeat. Over time, this rivalry escalated to the point where in order to survive, the family had to form a clandestine group of mercenaries whose only purpose was to put an end to Purity once and for all.

200 years later, only two family members remain in a small underground town in Skyrim. The reasons for how and why the rivalry started have long been forgotten by both sides of the conflict. Yet the mercenary group founded by the family remains strong and has undergone drastic transformations. Now composed entirely of female warriors and assassins that rival the Dark Brotherhood in terms of secrecy and skill, the conflict has reached a standstill with both sides waiting for the other to resurface for one last showdown. With the province under siege by dragons and the civil war, Purity is bound to use this distraction as an advantage and unleash their final plan to eradicate the Pinder family and reveal their most devastating weapon yet, all in the name of saving the world from the enigmatic woman known as Matari.

Features Edit

As one of the biggest mods created for Skyrim, its features are extensive, these features include:

  • 17 main quests with several offshoot side quests
  • A large underground complex with several connecting dungeons
  • A new land called Sky's Divide, a tropical dwarven fortress island that becomes accessible from the final quest onwards
  • A new dungeon tileset based on the Dwemer ruins of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  • 114 interior cells, 16 worldspaces
  • 1 new home and another - a ship - that can be obtainable depending on the Dragonborn's actions
  • Approximately 13,000 lines of dialogue with branching paths
  • 79 voice actors voicing 116 characters
  • A maid management system that expands alongside the main questline and allows players to hire up to 98 maids, have them serve as followers, and depart on missions to temporarily increase player stats while in a city or retrieve a specific type of supplies
  • Optional MCM menu for maid management (requires SKSE)
  • A companion with an optional friendship and romance system during the first half of the mod
  • An optional brothel with a dynamic economic system
  • New items, including those from other TES games
  • Optional enemy patrols in the Skyrim wilderness depending on the player's place in the main questline


List of Main Quests


List of Locations
Skyrim Sky's Divide Miscellaneous
  • Crantius Colto's House
  • Euphoria Palace
  • Fort Pazarath
  • Heartland Cave
  • Innocence
    • Innocence (main cavern)
    • Hephaestus
    • High Splendor
    • Malkorev
    • Mines
    • Prison Complex
  • Jonestead
  • Legacy Bastion
  • Skyrim-Cyrodiil Tunnel
  • Atranal
  • Beachhead Den
  • Cloudburst Cave
  • Cumulus Cave
  • Dark Tower
  • The Fellow F'lah
  • Nimbus
  • Port Adad
    • North Warehouse
    • South Warehouse
  • Sarhu Mine
  • Sinitu Daeus
  • Sky's Divide Fortress
  • Towers
    • Mage Tower
    • Serpent Tower
    • Thief Tower
    • Trinity Tower
    • Warrior Tower
  • Urgigar's Cottage
  • Zenchthmark
  • Aetherius
  • Apocrypha Forbidden Hall
  • The Catalyst
  • The Diabolus
  • The Esmerelda
  • Void



The following mods are compatible upon installing the required patches: