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25th Jun '17 10:25:19 AM Parthidens
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[[WMG: 'Ragnar the Red' is actually a garbled retelling of the events at Helgen.]]
A 'hero' comes to town (Ulfric, according to his supporters), someone leaves in the rough direction of Whiterun (the Dragonborn), and a woman decapitates someone after he says something arrogant ('my ancestors are smiling at me, Imperials - can you say the same?'). Also, there's nothing to say the Imperial Captain isn't named Matilda. Maybe someone escaping all the trouble in Helgen bumped into a bard on their travels, blurted out a story about what had happened, and the bard combined all these stories into one, and wrote the song 'Ragnar the Red'. With the speed at which news seems to travel in Skyrim (for instance, if you join a guild or commit a crime, every guard in the hold seems to know about it), it wouldn't be long before the song was played in every tavern in the province.
10th Jun '17 2:59:54 PM nombretomado
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* Alternatively, the Empire is the Weimar Republic fresh off WorldWarI. This makes the Nazi-Stormcloak parallels more noticeable in terms of historical formation.

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* Alternatively, the Empire is the Weimar Republic fresh off WorldWarI.UsefulNotes/WorldWarI. This makes the Nazi-Stormcloak parallels more noticeable in terms of historical formation.
28th Apr '17 5:44:18 AM Parthidens
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[[WMG: Nazeem was once a respected advisor to the Jarl of Whiterun, but was supplanted when the Dragonborn arrived.]]
* He and his wife (Ahlam) seem convinced that he spends a lot of time up in Dragonsreach (and she dislikes him, so is unlikely to lie on his behalf), but you never see him up there
* Perhaps when the Dragonborn arrived in Whiterun, Balgruuf became instantly more interested in him/her than in the advice of stale, patronising Nazeem, so for one reason or another, Nazeem lost whatever privileges he had
* He cannot accept that the Jarl no longer cares for his advice, so continues to peddle the story that he is a respected man of status, despite living in a tavern and spending his time wandering aimlessly around a marketplace (may double as Tearjerker).
11th Apr '17 1:50:32 PM Meyers07TheTroper
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He's seen as odd, and no matter how many times his family has taken him to healers they find nothing wrong with him. He could be a high functioning Autistic Person. He talks about wandering and getting lost, and not being here while he's here, people in the Autistic Spectrum often live in their own little worlds.

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He's seen as odd, and no matter how many times his family has taken him to healers they find nothing wrong with him. He could be a high functioning Autistic Person. He talks about wandering and getting lost, and not being here while he's here, people in the Autistic Spectrum often live in their own little worlds.worlds.

[[WMG: The Ebony Warrior realized that Skyrim is a virtual world]]
"I have done all that can be done. There is nothing left. No quests to be undertaken. No villains to be slain. No challenges to face. Except for you. You are my last challenge. Only you can send me to Sovngarde with honor. Make your preparations. When you are ready, come find me at my last vigil."
While the Sovngarde is a bit of stretch unless he just want to explore Sovngarde as a passing soul (instead of living soul like the Dovahkiin who only granted limited reign there, only to defeat Alduin, not to mention that [[spoiler: The Ebony Warrior is a Redguard]]), why he stated that there is nothing left, no quests to be undertaken, no villains to be slain, no challenges to face, when if Tamriel is real, he could singlehandedly, at least trying, to take on the Aldmeri Dominion (Thalmor)? Especially when the lingering threat of the dominion continues.
25th Feb '17 11:51:23 AM tigereye888
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[[WMG: Brynjolf knew about Mercer's corruption all along.]]
There was no way Mercer could sneak away all the gold from the vault for years all by his own without anyone noticing. Brynjolf helped him stash it, and when the time was right, brought a badass OneManArmy into the guild so they could kill Mercer, and he could take all the stolen loot for himself. This also explains away Brynjolf's flimsy excuse for not wanting to become the new guildmaster; he simply wanted nothing to tie him down when he "retired" with all his stolen riches.
11th Feb '17 1:00:05 PM Mystic_snowfang
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* Parkour is cool

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* Parkour is coolcool

[[WMG: Joric is Autistic/Has Aspergers]]
He's seen as odd, and no matter how many times his family has taken him to healers they find nothing wrong with him. He could be a high functioning Autistic Person. He talks about wandering and getting lost, and not being here while he's here, people in the Autistic Spectrum often live in their own little worlds.
11th Feb '17 3:21:25 AM Astaroth
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** Maybe they're all secretly Jygallag worshipers, trying their own interpretation of his Order upon Tamriel. The real reason they hate Talos worship so much? Because following the events of ''Shivering Isles'', their master is sore about mortals ascending to godhood.

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** Maybe they're all secretly Jygallag worshipers, trying to force their own interpretation of his Order upon Tamriel. The real reason they hate Talos worship so much? Because following the events of ''Shivering Isles'', their master is sore about mortals ascending to godhood.
11th Feb '17 3:12:55 AM Astaroth
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** Maybe they're all secretly Jygallag worshipers, trying their own interpretation of his Order upon Tamriel. The real reason they hate Talos worship so much? Because following the events of ''Shivering Isles'', their master is sore about mortals ascending to godhood.
2nd Feb '17 3:56:07 PM Killztwice
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* Except that's not RuleOfCool, that's a drastic change in gameplay. Having one companion with you doesn't dramatically change the difficulty of the game, especially when those companions don't have the best AI. But having multiple companions with you can alter the balance of the game to put solo players at a severe disadvantage, or make encounters trivial.
14th Jan '17 2:22:43 PM uoftroper
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[[WMG: The attempts to find a definite meaning to the Civil War are wrong. See [[Applicability Applicability]]. Here is one applicable and very relatable meaning :the current political sate in the European Union.]]

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[[WMG: The attempts to find a definite meaning to the Civil War are wrong. See [[Applicability Applicability]].{{Applicability}}. Here is one applicable and very relatable meaning :the current political sate in the European Union.]]
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