History Characters / TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind

17th Nov '17 9:07:13 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* RetiredBadass: He administrates the guild chapter in the somewhat remote city of Ald Ruhn, but at some point before the evens of the game he presided over the entire Fighters Guild od Vvardenfell. He stepped down voluntarily, referring to his relocation as a retirement, but he still has a very sharp sense of what's going on within the guild.

to:

* RetiredBadass: He administrates the guild chapter in the somewhat remote city of Ald Ruhn, but at some point before the evens of the game he presided over the entire Fighters Guild od of Vvardenfell. He stepped down voluntarily, referring to his relocation as a retirement, but he still has a very sharp sense of what's going on within the guild.
17th Nov '17 8:13:43 AM OtisMurdoch
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* RetiredBadass: He administrates the guild chapter in the somewhat remote city of Ald Ruhn, but at some point before the evens of the game he presided over the entire Fighters Guild od Vvardenfell. He stepped down voluntarily, referring to his relocation as a retirement, but he still has a very sharp sense of what's going on within the guild.
18th Oct '17 10:43:28 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


!''The Nerevarine''

to:

!''The Nerevarine''!! The Nerevarine



----



!''Lord Indoril Nerevar (aka Saint Nerevar, Nerevar Moon-And-Star)''

Ancient leader of the Chimer (now Dunmer) people. His death thousands of years ago and prophesied reincarnation fuel the events of the game.

to:

!''Lord !!Lord Indoril Nerevar (aka Saint Nerevar, Nerevar Moon-And-Star)''

Ancient
Moon-And-Star)

The ancient
leader of the Chimer (now Dunmer) people. His death thousands of years ago and prophesied reincarnation fuel the events of the game.
game.

----



!''The Tribunal (ALMSIVI)''

to:

!''The !!The Tribunal (ALMSIVI)''(ALMSIVI)



----



!''Vivec'' (a.k.a. Vehk, V'Vehk, Vehk and Vehk)

to:

!''Vivec'' !! Vivec (a.k.a. Vehk, V'Vehk, Vehk and Vehk)Vehk)



----



!''Almalexia'' (a.k.a. Ayem)

to:

!''Almalexia'' !!Almalexia'' (a.k.a. Ayem)Ayem)



----



!''Sotha Sil'' (a.k.a. Seht)

to:

!''Sotha !!Sotha Sil'' (a.k.a. Seht)



----



!''Dagoth Ur'' (a.k.a Voryn Dagoth, Sharmat)

to:

!''Dagoth Ur'' !!Dagoth Ur (a.k.a Voryn Dagoth, Sharmat)



----



!''Azura''

to:

!''Azura''
!!Azura










!''King Hlaalu Helseth''

to:

\n!''King !!King Hlaalu Helseth''
Helseth



----



!''Divayth Fyr''

to:

!''Divayth Fyr''
!!Divayth Fyr



----



!''Hircine''

to:

!''Hircine''
!!Hircine



----



!''Caius Cosades''

to:

!''Caius Cosades''
!!Caius Cosades



----



!''Crassius Curio''

to:

!''Crassius Curio''
!!Crassius Curio



----



!''Yagrum Bagarn''

to:

!''Yagrum Bagarn''
!!Yagrum Bagarn



----



[[folder:Fighters Guild]]

!!Sjoring Hard-Heart

A Nord and the current Master of the Imperial Fighters Guild in Vvardenfell. [[spoiler:He is in the pocket of the [[TheSyndicate Camonna Tong]], implied to be due to gambling debts, and they are using him (and the Fighters Guild through him) to wipe out their rivals, the Thieves Guild]].

to:

[[folder:Fighters Guild]]

!!Sjoring Hard-Heart

A Nord and
[[folder:M'aiq the current Master Liar]]
!!M'aiq the Liar

[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/600px_mw_npc_maiq_the_liar.jpg]]

M'aiq the Liar is a Khajiit who can be found on a remote island with a slew of unique dialogue options, most of which offer entirely false information.

For more information on M'aiq outside
of the Imperial Fighters Guild in Vvardenfell. [[spoiler:He is in context of ''Morrowind'' itself, see his entry on the pocket of the [[TheSyndicate Camonna Tong]], implied to be due to gambling debts, and they are using him (and the Fighters Guild through him) to wipe out their rivals, the Thieves Guild]].
[[Characters/TheElderScrollsRecurringCharacters Elder Scrolls Recurring Characters]] page.


Added DiffLines:


* AuthorAvatar: He voices the opinions of the game's creators toward a variety of topics, which is thinly veiled in his dialogue.
* Blatant Lies: All but two of his dialogue choices (Boethiah's Shrine and the Mudcrab Merchant) are completely false. Even with Boethiah's shrine, the directions he gives are [[TheComputerIsALyingBastard quite bad]].
* CloudCuckoolander: His nature justifiably makes him come off as ''very'' detached from the setting. Even beyond that, he is found fishing alone on a remote island wearing extravagant cltohing and a stylish-but-impractical hat.
* TheCuckoolanderWasRight: Though the vast majority of his topics offer false information, he is correct about the sunken Shrine of Boethiah and the existence of the Mudcrab Merchant.
* DeadpanSnarker: Many of his comments are ripe with sarcasm.
* EasterEgg: He is a FourthWallObserver AuthorAvatar found alone a remote island.
* StrawFan: Crossing over with TakeThatAudience, many of his comments are responses to features that the ''ES'' fandom wanted in ''Morrowind'', but did not get (such as multi-player, moving corpses, nudity) or are responses to complaints of features from ''Daggerfall'' which were removed (such as horses and climbing).
[[/folder]]

[[folder:Fighters Guild]]

!!Sjoring Hard-Heart

A Nord and the current Master of the Imperial Fighters Guild in Vvardenfell. [[spoiler:He is in the pocket of the [[TheSyndicate Camonna Tong]], implied to be due to gambling debts, and they are using him (and the Fighters Guild through him) to wipe out their rivals, the Thieves Guild]].

----


Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

----


Added DiffLines:



Added DiffLines:

4th Oct '17 8:48:24 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CompellingVoice: His "supernatural powers of persuasion." Further enhanced by his Dwemer-crafted and Azura-blessed ring, Moon-And-Star.

to:

* BadassGrandpa: Granted, the races of Mer are LongLived compared to the races of Men, but Nerevar was (at least) in his 300s at the time of his death and still serving as a frontline general. (Not counting those who've enhanced their lifespans with magic or divine powers, that is quite old for a Mer.)
* CompellingVoice: His He reportedly had "supernatural powers of persuasion." persuasion," the source of which has never been elaborated upon. Further enhanced by his Dwemer-crafted and Azura-blessed ring, Moon-And-Star.



* FireForgedFriends: With Dumac Dwarfking.
* FlamingSword: His Blade, Trueflame.
* FolkHero: For the Ashlanders. Also a Messianic figure, who is believed will return one day to strike down the "false gods" of the Tribunal.

to:

* FireForgedFriends: With Dumac Dwarfking.
* FlamingSword: His Blade, Trueflame.
Dwarfking, leader of the Dwemer, as they repulsed the Nords.
* FolkHero: For the Ashlanders. Also a Messianic figure, who is believed will return one day to strike down the "false gods" of the Tribunal. Vivec instead tries to claim that he was merely one of many saints to the Dunmer people[[note]]although a very ''important'' saint, being one of the five Greater Saints of the Tribunal Temple, the other four being the Tribunal themselves and Veloth, the effective founder of the ''entire Dunmer race''[[/note]].



* IconicItem: In-universe, his Moon-And-Star ring. Also, Trueflame to a lesser extent.

to:

* IconicItem: In-universe, his Moon-And-Star ring. Also, Trueflame True Flame to a lesser extent.



* LongLived: He was in his 200s when he was killed, which is getting quite old even for a Mer. (Not counting those who've enhanced their lifespans with magic or divine powers.)

to:

* LongLived: He was LongDeadBadass: He's been dead for some 4000 years, but the Tribunal still rule in his 200s when name and he was killed, which is getting quite old even his held up an ideal for a Mer. (Not counting those who've enhanced their lifespans with magic or divine powers.)the Dunmer to aspire to be.



* PoorCommunicationKills: A few of the versions of Nerevar's final days imply that his good friend Dumac did not know what Kagrenac was planning to do with the tools and heart, and would have stopped Kagrenac had he known. Thus, preventing the Battle of Red Mountain, the Dwemer's disappearance, and possibly Nerevar's death.
* PosthumousCharacter: Has been dead for around 4000 years by the events of the game. His death, prophesied reincarnation, and the subsequent use of the Heart of Lorkhan by the Tribunal and Dagoth Ur to obtain divinity are the catalyst for the game's plot. Everything we know of his life and death comes from in-game books and [[TheRashomon Rashomon]] style stories from key characters.

to:

* MultipleChoicePast: Very little is known of his early life, and even then, there are conflicting sources. Vivec states that Nerevar was a merchant caravan guard, and Ashlander tradition holds that he was not born in the land that would eventually become Morrowind.
* NameOrderConfusion: Is typically referred to with his House name first. This is is contrast to other Chimer and Dunmer, who tend to put their House name after their personal name. Even contemporary examples, like Voryn Dagoth, have the House name second. The reason for this discrepancy is unknown.
* PoorCommunicationKills: A few of the versions of Nerevar's final days imply that his good friend Dumac did not know what Kagrenac was planning to do with the tools and heart, and would have stopped Kagrenac had he known. Thus, possibly preventing the Battle of Red Mountain, the Dwemer's disappearance, and possibly Nerevar's death.
* PosthumousCharacter: Has been dead for around 4000 years by the events of the game.''Morrowind''. His death, prophesied reincarnation, and the subsequent use of the Heart of Lorkhan by the Tribunal and Dagoth Ur to obtain divinity are the catalyst for the game's plot. Everything we know of his life and death comes from in-game books and [[TheRashomon Rashomon]] style Rashomon]]-style stories from key characters.
25th Sep '17 7:38:22 AM Patcher
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* EvilCannotComprehendGood: A big part of the reason why he is able to be defeated by the Nerevarine. He believes the Nerevarine, who possesses each of the tools of Kagrenac, has brought them to draw power from the heart to make him/herself immortal. Thus, he spends much of the fight toying with the Nevevarine and [[AGodAmI taunting him/her about his own power]]. He doesn't realize until it's too late the the Nerevarine actually intends to destroy the enchantments on the heart, denying it's power to anyone. ([[NoImmortalInertia Power that Dagoth Ur requires to exist]].)

to:

* EvilCannotComprehendGood: A big part of the reason why he is able to be defeated by the Nerevarine. He believes the Nerevarine, who possesses each of the tools of Kagrenac, has brought them to draw power from the heart to make him/herself immortal. Thus, he spends much of the fight toying with the Nevevarine and [[AGodAmI taunting him/her about his own power]]. He doesn't realize until it's too late the the Nerevarine actually intends to destroy the enchantments on the heart, denying it's its power to anyone. ([[NoImmortalInertia Power that Dagoth Ur requires to exist]].)



* DirtyOldMan: Downplayed toward his OppositeSexClone "daughters/wives." When discussing them, his love for them seems more fatherly than sexual, but it's hard to escape [[IncestIsRelative the implications]] [[ScrewYourself of this arrangement]]. Perhaps surprisngly, it isn't seen to be all that {{Squick}}y, at least within his tower.

to:

* DirtyOldMan: Downplayed toward his OppositeSexClone "daughters/wives." When discussing them, his love for them seems more fatherly than sexual, but it's hard to escape [[IncestIsRelative the implications]] [[ScrewYourself of this arrangement]]. Perhaps surprisngly, surprisingly, it isn't seen to be all that {{Squick}}y, at least within his tower.
25th Sep '17 7:29:28 AM Patcher
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FlamingSword: His Blade, True Flame.

to:

* FlamingSword: His Blade, True Flame.Trueflame.



* IconicItem: In-universe, his Moon-And-Star ring. Also, True Flame to a lesser extent.

to:

* IconicItem: In-universe, his Moon-And-Star ring. Also, True Flame Trueflame to a lesser extent.
25th Sep '17 7:28:24 AM Patcher
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FlamingSword: Her blade, Hopes Fire, is the [[ShockAndAwe lightning]] equivalent.

to:

* FlamingSword: Her blade, Hopes Fire, Hopesfire, is the [[ShockAndAwe lightning]] equivalent.
25th Sep '17 7:27:16 AM Patcher
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* CoolMask: She dawns one when [[spoiler:she confronts the Nerevarine in the Clockwork City at the end of the ''Tribunal'' main quest]]. It's known as her "war mask" and is made of the same greenish-bronze material as her CoolCrown. It has two long tusks attached and the face is scowling like a RageHelm. Most depictions of her, such as the frescoes throughout Tribunal Temple sites (including the one above in the "Tribunal" folder), show her wearing it.

to:

* CoolMask: She dawns dons one when [[spoiler:she confronts the Nerevarine in the Clockwork City at the end of the ''Tribunal'' main quest]]. It's known as her "war mask" and is made of the same greenish-bronze material as her CoolCrown. It has two long tusks attached and the face is scowling like a RageHelm. Most depictions of her, such as the frescoes throughout Tribunal Temple sites (including the one above in the "Tribunal" folder), show her wearing it.
28th Aug '17 7:24:42 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ActionGirl: In the backstory (revealed by several in-game books, the 2920 series in particular), she banished Mehrunes Dagon after an epic battle when he was summoned to destroy Old Mournhold. She (along with Wulfharth and the Underking) defeated the forces of Ada'Soom Dir Kamal at Red Mountain during the Akaviri invasion of Morrowind. [[spoiler: In-game, she's also one of the toughest opponents you'll face.]]

to:

* ActionGirl: Along with MamaBear and LadyOfWar. In the backstory (revealed by several in-game books, the 2920 series in particular), she banished Mehrunes Dagon after an epic battle when he was summoned to destroy Old Mournhold. She (along with Wulfharth and the Underking) defeated the forces of Ada'Soom Dir Kamal at Red Mountain during the Akaviri invasion of Morrowind. [[spoiler: In-game, she's also one of the toughest opponents you'll face.]]
10th Aug '17 11:26:59 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


For information on Azura outside of the context of ''Morrowind'' itself, see her entry on the ''[[Characters/TheElderScrollsDivineBeings The Elder Scrolls - Divine Beings]]'' page.

to:

For information on Azura outside of the context of ''Morrowind'' itself, see her entry on the ''[[Characters/TheElderScrollsDivineBeings ''[[Characters/TheElderScrollsDaedra The Elder Scrolls - Divine Beings]]'' Daedra]]'' page.



For information on Hircine outside of the context of ''Morrowind'' itself, see his entry on the ''[[Characters/TheElderScrollsDivineBeings The Elder Scrolls - Divine Beings]]'' page.

to:

For information on Hircine outside of the context of ''Morrowind'' itself, see his entry on the ''[[Characters/TheElderScrollsDivineBeings '''[[Characters/TheElderScrollsDaedra The Elder Scrolls - Divine Beings]]'' Daedra]]'' page.
This list shows the last 10 events of 419. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Characters.TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind