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22nd Jun '17 9:29:23 PM AtmosBlitzer
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* VerbalTic: Paarthurnax frequently slips into Dovahzul, the dragon language, while talking to mortals. He usually catches himself while doing so and offers a quick translation of what he meant to say. Words that he knows you understand, like "dovah," remain untranslated, and sometimes he'll spout an entire phrase in his tongue (while apparently talking to himself) that he doesn't bother translating.

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* VerbalTic: Paarthurnax frequently slips into Dovahzul, the dragon language, while talking to mortals. He usually catches himself while doing so and [[YouAreTheTranslatedForeignWord offers a quick translation of what he meant to say.say]]. Words that he knows you understand, like "dovah," remain untranslated, and sometimes he'll spout an entire phrase in his tongue (while apparently talking to himself) that he doesn't bother translating.
17th Jun '17 7:35:38 AM Mhazard
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** The Dragonborn's background also makes your kleptomaniac tendencies a JustifiedTrope. You are a Dragonborn, you see, a mortal born with the soul of a dragon. Paarthurnax explains that this not only grants you access to the dragons' [[MakeMeWannaShout Thu'um]], but it also makes you prone to draconic personality flaws, like wanting to [[HairTriggerTemper fight over anything]] and being driven to dominate - and, apparently, also kinda making you want to gather your own DragonHoard. In this case, it could be said all gamers are Dragonborn: [[ShootEverythingThatMoves killing every monster you come across]], [[ItsUpToYou completing every quest you come across]] (including and especially ones that will give you perks like land ownership in return), and taking all the stuff [[RuleOfThree you come across]] are practically ingrained in gamer culture from the time one can hold a controller.
16th Jun '17 6:52:22 AM KillerClowns
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* OneWingedAngel: Werewolf and Vampire Lord forms allow the player to pull this, taking on a monstrous but powerful form to shred enemies with their bare claws and (if a Vampire Lord) dark magics.
14th Jun '17 9:53:08 PM legendaryweredragon
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* DeathbringerTheAdorable: He sits on a mountain for ages, passively serving humans and helping out.
31st May '17 10:35:28 PM zzedar
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During the Dragons' reign over Mundus in the Merethic Era, they had mortal followers known as the Dragon Cult, lead by powerful mages known as Dragon Priests. Although the Cult itself is long dead, Alduin's return has caused eight of these Dragon Priests to rise from their graves and terrorize Skyrim. Each Priest possesses a mask imbued with powerful magics.

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During the Dragons' reign over Mundus in the Merethic Era, they had mortal followers known as the Dragon Cult, lead led by powerful mages known as Dragon Priests. Although the Cult itself is long dead, Alduin's return has caused eight of these Dragon Priests to rise from their graves and terrorize Skyrim. Each Priest possesses a mask imbued with powerful magics.
31st May '17 11:29:15 AM Gitman
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** The Dragonborn is also the chosen one of every ''other'' circumstance and guild they run across. Whether it's restoring ancient guilds to power, choosing sides in a civil war, averting a vampire apocalypse, or a random alchemist needs to find a magical phial. The Dragonborn's presence changes everything.

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** The Dragonborn is also the chosen one of every ''other'' circumstance and guild they run across. Whether it's restoring ancient guilds to power, choosing sides in ending a civil war, averting a vampire apocalypse, or a random alchemist needs to find a magical phial. The Dragonborn's presence changes everything.
31st May '17 11:24:56 AM Gitman
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** You can become a werewolf, making you passively immune to disease and contracting vampirism. Oh, and the whole transforming into a werewolf and tearing people limb from limb with your bare hands part is kinda cool as well...

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** You can become a werewolf, making you passively immune to disease and contracting vampirism. Oh, and the whole transforming into a werewolf and tearing people limb from limb with your bare hands part is kinda cool as well...well. The only real downside is that you don't get the experience bonus from resting.
31st May '17 9:19:25 AM Gitman
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** [[spoiler:The Dragonborn is also the chosen one of every ''other'' circumstance and guild they run across.]]

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** [[spoiler:The The Dragonborn is also the chosen one of every ''other'' circumstance and guild they run across.]]across. Whether it's restoring ancient guilds to power, choosing sides in a civil war, averting a vampire apocalypse, or a random alchemist needs to find a magical phial. The Dragonborn's presence changes everything.
17th May '17 10:48:51 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy:
-->'''Esbern''': [[ProphecyTwist There's no guarantee with prophecy... merely hope.]]



* GenreSavvy: Once word of a Dragonborn being awakened gets out, she heads to the tomb of Jurgen Windcaller to leave a note for you to meet her, because she knows that the Greybeards will summon the Dragonborn and send him to the tomb as a trial. She's also been watching the attack patterns of dragons and is able to correctly predict where the next one will show up.
** WrongGenreSavvy: While she's absolutely correct in claiming that the dragons attacking Skyrim (and the first one appearing just in time to stop Ulfric from being executed) benefits the Thalmor, she's wrong in suspecting they're behind their return. After finding out that the Thalmor suspected the same thing from the Blades, she muses that they've been fighting so long, both sides have become as paranoid as each other.


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* WrongGenreSavvy: While she's absolutely correct in claiming that the dragons attacking Skyrim (and the first one appearing just in time to stop Ulfric from being executed) benefits the Thalmor, she's wrong in suspecting they're behind their return. After finding out that the Thalmor suspected the same thing from the Blades, she muses that they've been fighting so long, both sides have become as paranoid as each other.
6th May '17 1:43:25 PM Zaptech
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-> See the [[Characters/TheElderScrollsDivineBeings Elder Scrolls Divine Beings page]].

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-> See the [[Characters/TheElderScrollsDivineBeings Elder Scrolls Divine Beings page]].
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