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15th Mar '17 6:34:06 AM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all); alternatively, he ''is'' the son of the Camoran Usurper, but performed nymic surgery to become Ayleid. His offspring is implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant between the killers of his race and the "false god" Akatosh.

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all); alternatively, he ''is'' the son of the Camoran Usurper, Usurper (it would fit his self-alleged cannibalism), but performed nymic surgery to become Ayleid. His offspring is implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant between the killers of his race and the "false god" Akatosh.
15th Mar '17 6:32:04 AM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). His offspring is implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant between the killers of his race and the "false god" Akatosh.

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all).all); alternatively, he ''is'' the son of the Camoran Usurper, but performed nymic surgery to become Ayleid. His offspring is implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant between the killers of his race and the "false god" Akatosh.
14th Mar '17 4:40:40 PM SorPepita
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People in-universe and out always seem to blame the Count for his wife's mysterious death because he's apparently a scumbag. However, when you take into account the rumor that the Dark Brotherhood bribes said Count to keep his mouth shut about the existence of the Cheydinhal sanctuary (the exact words used are "bribes and other... incentives"), it could be possible that at one point he tried to do something about them, and they killed his wife to teach him a lesson. Because of his reputation, or maybe just because people are prejudiced against a dunmer Count, or even because of the Brotherhood themselves spreading rumors, everyone just blamed Indarys for his wife's death and decided not to look any further into it.

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People in-universe and out always seem to blame the Count for his wife's mysterious death because he's apparently a scumbag. However, when you take into account the rumor that the Dark Brotherhood bribes said Count to keep his mouth shut about the existence of the Cheydinhal sanctuary (the exact words used are "bribes and other... incentives"), it could be possible that at one point he tried to do something about them, and they killed his wife to teach him a lesson. Because of his reputation, or maybe just because people are prejudiced against a dunmer Dunmer Count, or even because of the Brotherhood themselves spreading rumors, everyone just blamed Indarys for his wife's death and decided not to look any further into it.
14th Mar '17 3:52:47 PM SorPepita
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People in-universe and out always seem to blame the Count for his wife's mysterious death because he's apparently a scumbag. However, when you take into account the rumor that the Dark Brotherhood bribes said Count to keep his mouth shut about the existence of the Cheydenhal sanctuary (the exact words used are "bribes and other... incentives"), it could be possible that at one point he tried to do something about them, and they killed his wife to teach him a lesson. Because of his reputation, or maybe just because people are prejudiced against a dunmer Count, or even because of the Brotherhood themselves spreading rumors, everyone just blamed Indarys for his wife's death and decided not to look any further into it.

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People in-universe and out always seem to blame the Count for his wife's mysterious death because he's apparently a scumbag. However, when you take into account the rumor that the Dark Brotherhood bribes said Count to keep his mouth shut about the existence of the Cheydenhal Cheydinhal sanctuary (the exact words used are "bribes and other... incentives"), it could be possible that at one point he tried to do something about them, and they killed his wife to teach him a lesson. Because of his reputation, or maybe just because people are prejudiced against a dunmer Count, or even because of the Brotherhood themselves spreading rumors, everyone just blamed Indarys for his wife's death and decided not to look any further into it.
14th Mar '17 3:49:11 PM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). His offspring are implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant between the killers of his race and the "false god" Akatosh.

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). His offspring are is implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant between the killers of his race and the "false god" Akatosh.
14th Mar '17 3:30:14 PM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant of the killers of his race with the "false god" Akatosh.

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). His offspring are implied to be artificial in some way, and the reason for it could be that no female Ayleid was available to beget the kind of offspring he wanted. Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it also breaks the covenant of between the killers of his race with and the "false god" Akatosh.
14th Mar '17 3:21:17 PM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it is also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their covenant with Akatosh, whom he regards as a false god.

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it is also breaks the perfect revenge against covenant of the killers of his race: he's breaking their covenant race with Akatosh, whom he regards as a false god.
the "false god" Akatosh.
14th Mar '17 3:14:56 PM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it is also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their covenant with Akatosh (whom he regards as a false god).

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (''Skyrim'' time) they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it is also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their covenant with Akatosh (whom Akatosh, whom he regards as a false god).
god.
14th Mar '17 3:14:24 PM SorPepita
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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (Skyrim time) there are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it is also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their covenant with Akatosh (whom he regards as a false god).

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Most Altmer follow Auriel (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back, but 200 years after (Skyrim (''Skyrim'' time) there they are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan doesn't only fulfill Mehrunes Dagon's wishes, but it is also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their covenant with Akatosh (whom he regards as a false god).
14th Mar '17 3:13:32 PM SorPepita
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Altmer are usually Auriel followers, but Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back. He could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan is not only servicing Mehrunes Dagon, but also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their pact with Akatosh.

to:

Most Altmer are usually follow Auriel followers, (although there are exceptions), but most Ayleids were Daedra worshippers (they worshipped Auriel too, but still). Mankar's Paradise has Ayleid architecture. He even loves torture as much as they did. And it would explain the need to falsely claim being the son of the Camoran Usurper (because, officially, he would have ''no parents'' to speak of, Ayleids being "extinct" and all). Kirkbride's Nu-Mantia Intercept said that Ayleids were coming back. He back, but 200 years after (Skyrim time) there are nowhere to be seen. Mankar could wear the Amulet of Kings because Ayleids were the builders of the White-Gold Tower, and the Amulet contains its Stone. His plan is not doesn't only servicing fulfill Mehrunes Dagon, Dagon's wishes, but it is also the perfect revenge against the killers of his race: he's breaking their pact covenant with Akatosh.
Akatosh (whom he regards as a false god).
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