So I did the Knights of the Nine quest line all the way through, and after I was done put up the relics at the little relic stand at the Priory of the Nine. After that I was adventuring and it became a semi-common occurrence to initiate dialogue with some random person and hear something along the lines of:
I used to think you were a hero but I guess I should have known better.
Note I may have that quote a little wrong, but it seems apparent that it’s about me going on the holy crusade and recovering the relics. As far as my knowledge goes I haven’t committed any crimes and I can still wear the armor without having to redo the pilgrimage, so why do people say this to me? Is it just because I don’t have the armor, or did I do something unintentionally bad that left people doubting me?
For more info, I haven’t done the Dark Brotherhood or Thieves Guild, although I did get the invite into the Dark Brotherhood. I’ve only progressed some through the Fighter’s Guild.
This source says it could be triggered by even having one infamy, so I’ll check my fame and infamy next time I get on, but I just wanted to know if anyone could verify this or explain what’s happening.
EDIT: I just checked and my character has 37 fame and 1 infamy. If that’s the reason then is there any way to lose infamy? Or will getting more fame affect it at all?
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