Immersive Children isn’t the first Skyrim mod that allows you to kill kids, something that the maker of this mod, Acobral, acknowledges in the mod description. But on the PC, you ARE able to kill them by using a mod that you can download from the Skyrim Nexus. Erikur is a Nord warrior residing at his house in Solitude. Download here. Open console. It is privately funded by Maven Black-Briar and run by Grelod the Kind, which is an ironic name as she is in reality extremely cruel and abusive; she is assisted by Constance Michel. If, like me, as soon as you installed Hearthfires you went to the Orphanage and adopted two children, before realizing that there was a poor homeless girl trying to sell flowers under the snow storms of Windhelm just waiting for you to adopt her, or if you simply want to get rid of you children, then this mod is for you. Let’s break this down. Only human races (Breton, Nord, Imperial, and Redguard) have children present in the game, no elven or beast races offspring are encountered. I would love the ability to murder kids in this game. Basically with Multiple Adoptions mod you can have like 6 different kids and they will sleep in beds as long as there are child beds available. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim; Can i abandon/kill my kid? Unadoption Mod. - posted in General Skyrim Discussion: My children have bugged and been buggy from the start. There are 2 ways to unadopt children. He serves as Thane to Elisif the Fair, the Jarl of Solitude. They still tell me that they need to pack up their stuff and say goodbye to everyone, even though they have been living with me for months. Melaran, a mage who specializes in Alteration, serves as his housecarl. Hope you like to see when that little girl dies. If you have Hearthfires and want the ability to kill all of the little bas... um, kiddies, grab the Hearthfires version. Click on child. I'd prefer to just kill him, more immersive. I'm using a mod because children can't die in Skyrim! Don't fuck up Hroar or you're next Morbid. The regular version will work fine with Hearthfires, however there will be one child that cannot be killed. There you go. Page 1 of 2 - Hearthfire: A console command or way to unadopt children? This is how to kill Braith sixteen times. Other than that, the kids are invincible and will keep talking crap and being annoying because they … Honorhall Orphanage, located in Riften, is a home for children in Skyrim whose parents have either died or abandoned them. Silly when you consider you can murder practically any other 'innocent' demographic, but that's how it is. In an age where few of us can commit to something as trivial as a gamertag, there are some that throw future anxiety to the (Morro)wind and choose to call their child ‘Dovakhiin’, after Skyrim’s principle character - you. If you are playing or have played Skyrim, you’d know how the game can quickly get boring or repetitive. As far as disable goes, to my knowledge, it wont work either because it doesn't actually remove items, it just makes them not show up (checked this when I was trying to get rid of the blood dragon load glitch in Whiterun) and you have to use markfordelete to get rid of things. I managed to "reset" a bed by killing him outside the house. mod changes meshes/textures only. Type "disable" without the annotations. So I guess Alesan died and Hroar took his bed. Choose only one version of this mod. (Little did you think anyone would ever name their child after you, but there you go, friend!) Unfortunately the game doesn't allow you to murder children. User Info: True_Brit. This is compatible with ticknic's new children, as that (highly recommended!) Children are young inhabitants of Skyrim that can be found in various places throughout the game world, most commonly in major cities and towns. There are different Skyrim mods for the game that can be used to add an extra layer of fun to the game, however, even without any mods you can have a little fun in Skyrim using console commands.. On the consoles, you can NOT kill children in Skyrim. They are not playable, and they cannot be killed. Yeah that is pretty stupid.