Well miraak was a badass. If you look up any of the lore it says that he was in a fight with another dragon preist that seperated solstheim from skyrim.(or something like that) there's also alot of dragon skeleton from him as well.
Yup, that's true ... I remember when I first arrived the temple on the top of solstheim I was shocked about all those dragon skeletons layin around (don't even mention Apocrypha) ... He was a freakin strong badass.
Well, who doesn't enjoy shipping their characters with NPCs in Skyrim! I know I do!
That's the best part, cause being judged doesn't matter! It's an RPing game and we can do whatever crack pairing we want!
I'll let my giggly fan-girl side take over when it comes to that. Teehee!
I do enjoying shipping my DB assassin with Miraak, they seem like a fitting pair. She has a nice side, she just didn't think helping little Aventus Aretino would lead to such a well paying but grim job. Hehe, she also sufferes a bit of pride and jealously issues. So super weird things happened between the two.
It makes me feel bad that you can't just befriend him and get him to stop. But, Nooo, Bethesda's got do things their way. Which is make every character you want a friendly or married relationship with, impossible. Besides AU's can be pretty fun or cute.
"Oh, you wanted to Marry Brynjolf(or insert other non-marriable NPC you want to marry here)? Too bad. PC peeps can work around it, but sorry Xbox, PS3 users. We just don't work that way."~Bethesda. I truly believe thats what goes on as a conversation between Bethesda workers. It has to be.
But if I could marry any NPC, i'd be marrying weird NPCs. Probably Sheogorath or Uncle Sanguine, or one of their little Dremoras. Maybe Alduin too. Definitely Miraak though.