History Characters / TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind

23rd Dec '15 11:05:52 AM BeerBaron
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: His supernatural powers of persuasion are never elaborated on or explained. Were they some sort of supernatural gift or was he simply a very persuasive person? Like many other details about him, this is one we'll likely never know.
22nd Dec '15 9:11:20 PM KantonKage
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** [[ArcherArchetype Archer]]: The Marksman skill.
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** [[ArcherArchetype Archer]]: Arc]][[AutomaticCrossbows her]]: The Marksman skill.

** DropTheHammer: The Blunt Weapon skill.
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** DropTheHammer: DropTheHammer[=/=]CarryABigStick[=/=]SimpleStaff: The Blunt Weapon skill.
7th Nov '15 12:09:24 PM YoKab
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[[foldercontrol]] [[folder:The Nerevarine]]


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[[/folder]] [[folder: Lord Indoril Nerevar]]

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[[/folder]] [[folder: TheTribunal]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Vivec]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Almalexia]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Sotha Sil]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Dagoth Ur]]

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[[/folder]] [[folder: Azura]]

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[[/folder]] [[folder: King Hlaalu Helseth]]

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[[/folder]] [[folder: Divayth Fyr]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Hircine]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Caius Cosades]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Crassius Curio]]

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\n[[/folder]] [[folder: Yagrum Bagarn]]

* TakeAThirdOption: [[spoiler: His aid is absolutely crucial in the "backpath" method to completing the game's main quest.]]
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* TakeAThirdOption: [[spoiler: His aid is absolutely crucial in the "backpath" method to completing the game's main quest.]]]] [[/folder]]
23rd Sep '15 10:47:42 AM BeerBaron
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: He disappears sometime around the [[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion Crisis]]. There are conflicting reports saying that he was taken by the Daedra, or possibly killed by the Nerevarine, or even that he escaped into Aetherius (the realm of magic.)
23rd Sep '15 6:23:33 AM BeerBaron
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* SanitySlippage: Azura implies that this would be their eventual fate, as mortal minds simply aren't equipped to handle the rigors of godhood. [[spoiler: Only Almalexia ends up showing this in-game.]]

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* SanitySlippage: Like the Tribunal, because mortal minds simply aren't equipped to handle godhood. However, because he was much less restrained in his consumption of power from the heart, he went off the deep end much more quickly.
20th Sep '15 7:11:18 PM Specialist290
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* GodEmperor: Though not officially the government, they have exerted great influence over the affairs of the Dunmer for many millennia and are technically gods.
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* GodEmperor: Though not officially the government, they have exerted great influence over the affairs of the Dunmer through the Tribunal Temple for many millennia and are technically gods.
14th Sep '15 8:10:44 AM BeerBaron
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* BloodKnight: His whole schtick is being the Daedric Prince of this.
10th Sep '15 1:14:58 PM BeerBaron
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* PassingTheTorch: To the Nerevarine after he/she defeats Dagoth Ur. The "torch" in this case being the care and protection of the people of Morrowind. --> "There are lesser monsters and villains of all kinds who prey upon the people...The Tribunal and the Temple are happy to yield to you the duties of fighting the enemies of Morrowind."
10th Sep '15 1:01:11 PM BeerBaron
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\n* YouCantFightFate: He gives this as the explanation for his (and the Temple's) persecution of the Nerevarine. He actually appears to have believed the prophecy himself, and knew that when the real Nerevarine came along, all attempts to stop him/her would fail, giving proof of his/her legitimacy.
26th Aug '15 10:24:42 AM BeerBaron
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* ShoutOut: Many to Myth/KingArthur: both were charismatic war-leaders who united their peoples against foreign invasion to great effect, both have numerous conflicting accounts of their passing, both have close groups of followers who's tales and exploits eventually begin to eclipse their own legacies, both became folk heroes to groups who have been marginalized by invasion and progress, and both have prophesies of their return which may or may not have already occurred if valid.
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