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8th Dec '16 3:01:56 PM Hyena_Lord
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** Even if you decide to not reveal Agronak gro-Malog's true identity and instead kill him in a fair fight, the Blue Team Gladiator ''still'' calls you out for murdering his friend and mentor. It can really make you feel guilty about an otherwise awesome victory.
5th Dec '16 9:06:59 PM Bailoroc
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** Even worse, killing Agronak this way counts in-game as a murder. Which means that the next time you sleep, you WILL be contacted by Lucien of the Dark Brotherhood. This is often the StartOfDarkness for players that were previously seen in-game as only a hero to all.
17th Jan '16 10:53:06 AM DrDougsh
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* Agronak gro-Malog's discovery that his father was a vampire leads him into a severe identity crisis and ultimately suicidal depression that causes him to forfeit the Grand Championship match, allowing you to kill him without him fighting back. You ''will'' feel like a bastard for causing his disillusionment with himself, and for taking advantage of his depression to become Grand Champion without a fight. It lends a very bittersweet feeling to the end of the Arena questline, especially when the Blue Team Gladiator, who had been nothing but amicable until that point, angrily [[WhatTheHellHero calls you out on murdering Agronak in cold blood.]]
5th Oct '15 2:23:39 PM Khazzadumm
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*The whole game is one, albeit in a more subtle and melancholic manner. First, Uriel Septim, who was emperor during all the previous games, and whom you have helped in your various incarnations as a PC, is slain. The Septim Empire, which united the whole of Tamriel is facing a terminal decline. And to top it all off, remember all of your favourite places, people, guilds/societies and else? [[spoiler: They will most likely be destroyed or killed in the ensuing equivalent of WW2 ("The Great War") against the Third Aldmeri Dominion.]].
27th Jul '14 4:07:50 PM DannWoolf
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* The ultimate fate of Martin Septim, who [[spoiler: sacrifices himself to become an Avatar for Akatosh to permanently defeat Mehrunes Dagon and seal off Oblivion forever. This counts as a tearjerker, since aside from the potential of him being a great Emperor, Martin was himself a ''good'' man, who counted more of TheHero of the story than the player character did.]]

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* The ultimate fate of Martin Septim, who [[spoiler: sacrifices himself to become an Avatar for Akatosh to permanently defeat Mehrunes Dagon and seal off Oblivion forever. This counts as a tearjerker, since aside from the potential of him being a great Emperor, Martin was himself a ''good'' man, who counted more of TheHero was the real hero of the story than story, not the player character did.character.]]
14th Feb '14 8:14:04 AM culturalrebel
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* The ultimate fate of Martin Septim, who [[spoiler: sacrifices himself to become an Avatar for Akatosh to permanently defeat Mehrunes Dagon and seal off Oblivion forever. This counts as a tearjerker, since aside from the potential of him being a great Emperor, Martin was himself a ''good'' man, who counted more of TheHero of the story than the player character did.]]
8th Dec '13 6:16:04 PM MaxDamage
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** The beginning, too. When you first meet Martin in the chapel of ruined Kvatch, before he even knows who you are or he is, he just sounds so weary and disillusioned. [[spoiler:Possibly even HarsherInHindsight, when you know how it all turns out.]]

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** * The beginning, too. When you first meet Martin in the chapel of ruined Kvatch, before he even knows who you are or he is, he just sounds so weary and disillusioned. [[spoiler:Possibly even HarsherInHindsight, when you know how it all turns out.]]
12th Jul '13 11:30:57 AM IAMZIM
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* You can find a dead troll under a bridge. Funny? Yes, until you read the note on it's body.

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* You can find a dead troll under a bridge. Funny? Yes, until you read the note on it's body.body, confirming that, yes, all those trolls you killed for their fat are sentient.
16th Feb '13 5:01:51 AM thebest123
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* The 'Final Resting' quest, where you are asked to put someone out of their misery. The suicide note is just the icing on the cake.

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* The 'Final Resting' quest, where you are asked to put someone out of their misery. The suicide note is just the icing on the cake.cake.
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16th Feb '13 5:01:27 AM thebest123
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* The 'Final Resting' quest, where you are asked to put someone out of their misery. The suicide note is just the icing on the cake.
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