* {{Blooper}}: A handful of mistakes by the voice actors [[http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Oblivion:Minor_Glitches#Audio_Glitches were accidentally left in the game.]]
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Creator/PatrickStewart is Emperor Uriel Septim.
** Creator/SeanBean is Martin Septim.
** [[Main/SupermanII General Zod]] is Mankar Camoran.
** WonderWoman is every female Orc and Nord in the game. And this potentially includes your own character if you choose to play as either of these.
** In the French dubbing, every male Khajiit has the voice of Captain Haddock from the 1990's cartoon adaptation of ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}''.
* TheOtherDarrin: Uriel Septim was played by a different, unnamed local actor in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIDaggerfall Daggerfall's]]'' opening cutscene, in ''Oblivion'' he is played by PatrickStewart [[note]]probably chewing up a chunk of the voice acting budget: there are many, many characters, and few voices.[[/note]]
* StupidStatementDanceMix: The infamous "Stop right there, criminal scum!" cries of the guards [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yieYXj5cDKE received one]].
* TalkingToHimself: An unfortunate side effect of Bethesda's decision to have the game be fully voiced, while hiring only a handful of actors to voice over 1000 characters. It's quite possible you'll be hearing two [=NPCs=] conversing to each other ''with the exact same voice!''
** One VA for all Imperial Males, one VA for all Orc and Nord females, one VA for all Orc and Nord males and so forth.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In the other direction, the initial descriptions of Cyrodiil in Redguard/Morrowind were much stranger and more fanciful than what ended up in the game, featuring river dragons, singing priests covered in robes made of moths, and living topiaries of the dead emperors that could speak and move their bodies with the help of birds. The retcon was only vaguely alluded to within the byzantine Mythic Dawn Commentaries, though it's more explicit in the more lore-savvy Skyrim, incorporating an extracanonical explanation written by the writer who had described much of the original Cyrodiil to begin with.
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