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27th Jun '17 10:09:48 PM Dawnwing
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* Retirony: Discussed. In the Thieves' Guild DLC, there's one point in the storyline where you break in somewhere and the guard's like, "Hey, I don't want any trouble - only six days until I take my pension!" and offers to down a sleeping potion so that you know he won't go alerting the others.

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* Retirony: {{Retirony}}: Discussed. In the Thieves' Guild DLC, there's one point in the storyline where you break in somewhere and the guard's like, "Hey, I don't want any trouble - only six days until I take my pension!" and offers to down a sleeping potion so that you know he won't go alerting the others.
27th Jun '17 10:08:26 PM Dawnwing
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* Retirony: Discussed. In the Thieves' Guild DLC, there's one point in the storyline where you break in somewhere and the guard's like, "Hey, I don't want any trouble - only six days until I take my pension!" and offers to down a sleeping potion so that you know he won't go alerting the others.
23rd Jun '17 11:01:52 PM MCGONN
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* MakeThemRot: A plucky Khajiit pirate in Coldharbour finds out the hard way why you shouldn't take ancient loot without first checking to see if it's cursed.
--> '''First Mate Jalan:''' What... What's happening? ...My ''skin! My fur! Aaaaaaaaagh!''
22nd Jun '17 3:08:59 PM MrDarkman
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* FaustianRebellion: The vampire coven that players can join is of the Cyrodiilic Bloodline, descended directly from [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Lamae Bal]], the oldest vampire in existence, the MonsterProgenitor of the Cyrodiilic Bloodline, and is believed to be the first Daughter of Coldharbour. She ''hates'' Molag Bal for [[RapeAsBackstory certain]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil reasons]], and intends to turn the entire Cyrodiilic Bloodline against him. [[spoiler:And she's '''''still alive'''''. At this point, her crusade against Molag has become a full-blown RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with her also [[RageAgainstTheHeavens hating Arkay]], whom she believes abandoned her in her time of need.]]

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* FaustianRebellion: The vampire coven that players can join is of the Cyrodiilic Bloodline, Bloodline descended directly from [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Lamae Bal]], the first and oldest vampire in existence, the MonsterProgenitor of the Cyrodiilic Bloodline, and is believed to be thus the first Daughter of Coldharbour. She ''hates'' Molag Bal for [[RapeAsBackstory certain]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil reasons]], and intends to turn the entire Cyrodiilic Bloodline her bloodline against him. [[spoiler:And she's '''''still alive'''''. At this point, her crusade against Molag has become a full-blown RoaringRampageOfRevenge, with her also [[RageAgainstTheHeavens hating Arkay]], whom she believes abandoned her in her time of need.]]
17th Jun '17 6:07:57 PM WorstEditorEver
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** The Great Houses of Morrowind casually engage in the slavery of Argonians and Khajiit, with some of them abandoning the practice (publically) as a requirement of the Ebonhart Pact.

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** The Great Houses of Morrowind casually engage in the slavery of Argonians and Khajiit, with some of them abandoning the practice (publically) as a requirement of the Ebonhart Pact. With the release of the ''Morrowind'' DLC, you can find a warning from the Ordinators outright threatening heretics - which explicitly spells out worship of the Divines, Malacath, the Aldmeri Gods, and especially Daedra Worship - with "[[MaximumFunChamber reeducation]]" or execution if they practice their faith openly or proselytize.
15th Jun '17 9:59:29 AM omnicritic
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** The Great Houses of Morrowind casually engage in the slavery of Argonians and Khajit, with some of them abandoning the practice (publically) as a requirement of the Ebonhart Pact.

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** The Great Houses of Morrowind casually engage in the slavery of Argonians and Khajit, Khajiit, with some of them abandoning the practice (publically) as a requirement of the Ebonhart Pact.



** The Khajit and Bosmer both have a positive outlook on theft, with there even being a common law about it called the Right of Theft. This law dictates that if a theft were clever or skillful enough, the thief may demand some sort of payment or boon from the victim. The victim's debt even applies to a new thief, if they take the item from the original one, as this is a plot point in a questline.
** The Khajit celebrate casual drug use and usage of Moon Sugar, a narcotic substance which is a key ingredient of skooma (although they look down upon skooma itself as it's MUCH too addicting). Several important rites of passage or ceremonies for ascension into positions of power involve going on Moon Sugar-induced {{Vision Quest}}s.

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** The Khajit Khajiit and Bosmer both have a positive outlook on theft, with there even being a common law about it called the Right of Theft. This law dictates that if a theft were clever or skillful enough, the thief may demand some sort of payment or boon from the victim. The victim's debt even applies to a new thief, if they take the item from the original one, as this is a plot point in a questline.
** The Khajit Khajiit celebrate casual drug use and usage of Moon Sugar, a narcotic substance which is a key ingredient of skooma (although they look down upon skooma itself as it's MUCH too addicting). Several important rites of passage or ceremonies for ascension into positions of power involve going on Moon Sugar-induced {{Vision Quest}}s.



* MeleeATrois: The three playable warring factions in the game consist of the Aldmeri Dominion (Altmer, Bosmer, and Khajit), the Ebonheart Pact (Dunmer, Nords, and Argonians), and the Daggerfall Covenant (Bretons, Redguards, and Orcs).

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* MeleeATrois: The three playable warring factions in the game consist of the Aldmeri Dominion (Altmer, Bosmer, and Khajit), Khajiit), the Ebonheart Pact (Dunmer, Nords, and Argonians), and the Daggerfall Covenant (Bretons, Redguards, and Orcs).
4th Jun '17 5:11:24 PM Talos22
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Largely subverted with the Argonians and Khajiit this time around, but many Argonians in Black Marsh and Bal Foyen go without footwear, as do many Argonian and Khajiit slaves in Vvardenfell.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Largely subverted with the Argonians and Khajiit this time around, but many Argonians in Black Marsh and Bal Foyen go without footwear, as do many Argonian and Khajiit slaves in Vvardenfell. This could be due to poverty, but even richer Argonians sometimes go barefoot, such as General Bathes-in-Blood, found under the town of Pa'alat wearing a normal uniform save for the shoes.
4th Jun '17 5:02:12 PM Talos22
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Largely subverted with the Argonians and Khajiit this time around, but many Argonians in Black Marsh and Bal Foyen go without footwear, as do many Argonian and Khajiit slaves in Vvardenfell.
3rd Jun '17 10:29:44 PM rmctagg09
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''The Elder Scrolls Online'' is an MMORPG entry of ''Franchise/TElderScrolls'' series developed by Zenimax Online Studios. Taking place in the Second Era roughly 1,000 years before the events of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', you play as a hero attempting to stop the Daedric Prince [[BigBad Molag Bal]] from taking over Tamriel and recovering your soul that was taken by him. Things are also complicated by the fact that the Imperial throne has sided with the evil Prince, and now Tamriel is in an all-out war between Cyrodiil and three alliances vying for control of it.

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''The Elder Scrolls Online'' is an MMORPG entry of ''Franchise/TElderScrolls'' ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series developed by Zenimax Online Studios. Taking place in the Second Era roughly 1,000 years before the events of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', you play as a hero attempting to stop the Daedric Prince [[BigBad Molag Bal]] from taking over Tamriel and recovering your soul that was taken by him. Things are also complicated by the fact that the Imperial throne has sided with the evil Prince, and now Tamriel is in an all-out war between Cyrodiil and three alliances vying for control of it.
3rd Jun '17 10:29:34 PM rmctagg09
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''The Elder Scrolls Online'' is an MMORPG entry of the ''Franchise/ElderScrolls'' series developed by Zenimax Online Studios. Taking place in the Second Era roughly 1,000 years before the events of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', you play as a hero attempting to stop the Daedric Prince [[BigBad Molag Bal]] from taking over Tamriel and recovering your soul that was taken by him. Things are also complicated by the fact that the Imperial throne has sided with the evil Prince, and now Tamriel is in an all-out war between Cyrodiil and three alliances vying for control of it.

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''The Elder Scrolls Online'' is an MMORPG entry of the ''Franchise/ElderScrolls'' ''Franchise/TElderScrolls'' series developed by Zenimax Online Studios. Taking place in the Second Era roughly 1,000 years before the events of ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', you play as a hero attempting to stop the Daedric Prince [[BigBad Molag Bal]] from taking over Tamriel and recovering your soul that was taken by him. Things are also complicated by the fact that the Imperial throne has sided with the evil Prince, and now Tamriel is in an all-out war between Cyrodiil and three alliances vying for control of it.
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