What level should I join the Imperial Legion?

Prove yourself worthy to join the Imperial Legion.

Quest Giver: Legate Rikke
Next Quest: The Jagged Crown
Reward: Induction into the Imperial Legion, Imperial Armor
Suggested Level: 6

Can I join Imperial Legion and Stormcloaks?

As Dragonborn, you can side with either the Imperial Legion or with the Stormcloaks, and so that makes your choice of faction all the more important.

How do I join the Imperial Legion?

In order to join the legion you’ll want to head to one of their outposts, Castle Dour. Castle Dour is found in Solitude, which is found in the Northwest of Skyrim. This is their main base. You’ll know the castle when you see it, as it’s guarded by imperial soldiers.

Can you betray the Imperial Legion?

Those that originally sided with the Stormcloaks, at this point can also switch sides to the Imperial Legion and give the crown to General Tullius in Castle Dour in Solitude.

Should I join the Imperial Legion or the Stormcloak rebellion?

If players ever wanted to cosplay as a Roman legionnaire that can throw fireballs and yell people to death, then joining the Imperial Legion is… imperative. The Imperial legion also provides better loot to you with the choice between heavy or light armor and an overall higher defensive rating than Stormcloaks’ armor.

Should I join the Stormcloak rebellion or Imperial Legion?

What happens if I join Imperial Legion?

After talking to Rikke, the quest Joining the Legion will start and, when finished, the Dragonborn will take an oath and be officially inducted into the Imperial Army. The Dragonborn will also be rewarded with a set of Imperial Armor from the blacksmith.

Is joining the Imperial Legion good?

Should I join the Stormcloaks or legion?

Can I change from Stormcloak to Imperial?

Are the Imperials good in Skyrim?

Imperials also have slightly sharper faces than other races of men. In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, if they are not part of the Imperial Legion, they typically serve as diplomats, traders, stewards, and craftsmen — which is well-suited, since Imperials are renowned for their diplomatic skills and cosmopolitan ideology.