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** Also [[spoiler: the Beacon is an unusual example, because it also has potential to be either the ultimate salvation of mankind or its ultimate destruction]].

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** Also [[spoiler: the Beacon is an unusual example, because it also has the potential to be either the ultimate salvation of mankind or its ultimate destruction]].


The mod takes place on Enderal, one of the continents of the world Vyn. It tells a story of an outsider who came to the titular continent in search of new life, but was dragged into working for the Order, a religious organization that rules Enderal while trying to prevent TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Thanks to their strange ability to see glimpses of the past, this [=Prophet/Prophetess=] may just hold the fate of Vyn in their hands.

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The mod takes place on Enderal, one of the continents of the world Vyn. It Set two years after the events of ''Nehrim'', ''Enderal'' tells a the story of an outsider who came to arrives at the titular continent in search of new life, start amid all the chaos and wars plaguing most of Vyn, but was is soon dragged into working for the Holy Order, a religious organization that rules Enderal while trying Enderal, to help prevent TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. Thanks to their strange ability to see glimpses of the past, this [=Prophet/Prophetess=] may just hold the fate of Vyn in their hands.


Originally downloadable just from the developer's site, the game and the expansion ''Forgotten Stories'' is now available on Steam, for free (however it requires legal copy of ''Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'')

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Originally downloadable just from the developer's site, the game and the expansion ''Forgotten Stories'' is now available on Steam, for free (however it requires a legal copy of ''Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'')
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* DreamIntro: The game kicks off with the Prophet having a nightmare about the death of his family. Upon awakening, his travelling companion Sirus guesses that he had the dream again judging from how he was screaming in his sleep.

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* DreamIntro: The game kicks off with the Prophet having a nightmare about the death of his their family. Upon awakening, his their travelling companion Sirus guesses that he they had the dream again judging from how he was they were screaming in his their sleep.


The story is significantly darker than ''Skyrim'' (Which is saying something) due to its heavier focus on the heavy psychological impact the conflicts have on the people of the land of Enderal.

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The story and the world is significantly darker darker, grittier and -- not least -- bleaker in its tone than ''Skyrim'' (Which is saying something) due to its heavier focus on the heavy ''Skyrim'', skewing heavily towards gloomy European DarkFantasy with plently of GothicHorror undertones, featuring a dark, psychological storyline, and focusing on the impact the conflicts have on the people of the land of Enderal.
Enderal.



Originally downloadable just from the developer's site, the game and the expansion ''Forgotten Stories'' is now available in Steam, for free (however it requires legal copy of ''Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'')

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Originally downloadable just from the developer's site, the game and the expansion ''Forgotten Stories'' is now available in on Steam, for free (however it requires legal copy of ''Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'')


** Also [[spoiler: the Beacon is an unusual example, because it also has potential to be the ultimate salvation of mankind]].

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** Also [[spoiler: the Beacon is an unusual example, because it also has potential to be either the ultimate salvation of mankind]].mankind or its ultimate destruction]].



** [[spoiler: PC can be considered as such, having actually died in the very beginning of the game, although it is only revealed near the end. Through the course of the game, the PC was in fact some sort of magical construct, the physical manifestation of the PC's unfulfilled wish]].

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** [[spoiler: PC The Prophet can be considered as such, having actually died in the very beginning of the game, although it is only revealed near the end. Through the course of the game, the PC Prophet was in fact some sort of magical construct, the physical manifestation of the PC's original Prophet's unfulfilled wish]].



* BlackAndGrayMorality: Enderal Society may be a strongly-conservative caste-based theocracy, but the threats they face are literally aiming for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.

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* BlackAndGrayMorality: Enderal Society Enderal's society may be a strongly-conservative caste-based theocracy, but the threats they face are literally aiming for TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.



** PC: [[spoiler: Religious fanatics killed the PC's sister and parents, and PC was raised among them. Also, the PC's father may have abused the PC's mother.]].

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** PC: [[spoiler: Religious fanatics killed the PC's sister and parents, and PC was raised among them. Also, the PC's Prophet's father may have abused the PC's Prophet's mother.]].



* DeusExMachina: the mysterious Veiled Woman appears out of nowhere several times through the game, and turns otherwise impossible odds into very possible ones. [[spoiler: for example, she resurrects PC and one of his companions, Jespar Del'Varek]]. Played totally straight near the very end, when [[spoiler: the Veiled Woman saves the dying hero, then opens a portal to the giant robot that survived one of the former Cleansings, actually making it possible to break the cycle for the very first time]]. The nature of her godlike powers and her motivation for doing all this is never explained.

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* DeusExMachina: the mysterious Veiled Woman appears out of nowhere several times through the game, and turns otherwise impossible odds into very possible ones. [[spoiler: for example, she resurrects PC the Prophet and one of his their companions, Jespar Del'Varek]]. Played totally straight near the very end, when [[spoiler: the Veiled Woman saves the dying hero, then opens a portal to the giant robot that survived one of the former Cleansings, actually making it possible to break the cycle for the very first time]]. The nature of her godlike powers and her motivation for doing all this is never explained.



** In the Survival ending, [[spoiler:the Cleansing happens, and ''all'' human souls on the face of Vyn are devoured to form another High One, but the PC and one of his/her companions (either friend or love interest) are able to survive, having fled to the abandoned [[FloatingContinent floating city]] of the SpaceElves that is unaffected by the Cleansing. They are [[LastOfHisKind the last of their kind]], undead, and will be left isolated for millennia, waiting for the next civilization to begin so they can warn everyone of the High Ones ahead of time. Of course, given the Aged Man's track record, as an immortal who has failed to save mankind from itself, it's not as hopeful as it seems.]]

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** In the Survival ending, [[spoiler:the Cleansing happens, and ''all'' human souls on the face of Vyn are devoured to form another High One, but the PC Prophet and one of his/her companions (either friend or love interest) are able to survive, having fled to the abandoned [[FloatingContinent floating city]] of the SpaceElves that is unaffected by the Cleansing. They are [[LastOfHisKind the last of their kind]], undead, and will be left isolated for millennia, waiting for the next civilization to begin so they can warn everyone of the High Ones ahead of time. Of course, given the Aged Man's track record, as an immortal who has failed to save mankind from itself, it's not as hopeful as it seems.]]



* EveryoneIsBi: The two companions who accompany the Prophet during parts of the main quest, Calia Sakaresh and Jespar Del'Varek, can be romanced by a PC of any gender.

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* EveryoneIsBi: The two companions who accompany the Prophet during parts of the main quest, Calia Sakaresh and Jespar Del'Varek, can be romanced by a PC regardless of any the Prophet's gender.



* RomanceSidequest: there are two companions in the game with whom the PC can romance.

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* RomanceSidequest: there are two companions in the game with whom the PC Prophet can romance.



* StationaryBoss: [[spoiler: The final boss, the Black Guardian. It is the giant robot that never was been completed fully. Therefore it cannot move, but it can protect itself by throwing the waves of mobs on PC to stop you from [[ReactorBoss destroying its life support conduits]].]].

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* StationaryBoss: [[spoiler: The final boss, the Black Guardian. It is the giant robot that never was been completed fully. Therefore it cannot move, but it can protect itself by throwing the waves of mobs enemies on PC the Prophet to stop you from [[ReactorBoss destroying its life support conduits]].]].



* WhoWantsToLiveForever: [[spoiler:The player character is an undead creation of the High Ones known as a 'projection' and does not naturally age or wear down over time. Unfortunately, the only ways for them to survive are to either (A)leave the rest of the world to die knowing they could have saved a large chunk of it but chickened out, or (B)take an extremely dangerous super-soldier drug which will leave them guessing for the rest of their existence whether or not they're actually in a permanent coma and their survival is merely a DyingDream that could end at any moment. As for their companion, it's nebulous as to whether or not they can also be made immortal to keep the PC company, but given their 'unique' circumstances it's not too far-fetched.]]

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* WhoWantsToLiveForever: [[spoiler:The player character is an undead creation of the High Ones known as a 'projection' and does not naturally age or wear down over time. Unfortunately, the only ways for them to survive are to either (A)leave the rest of the world to die knowing they could have saved a large chunk of it but chickened out, or (B)take an extremely dangerous super-soldier drug which will leave them guessing for the rest of their existence whether or not they're actually in a permanent coma and their survival is merely a DyingDream that could end at any moment. As for their companion, it's nebulous as to whether or not they can also be made immortal to keep the PC Prophet company, but given their 'unique' circumstances it's not too far-fetched.]]


* EverybodysDeadDave: [[spoiler: No matter what ending you choose, everyone you meet on Enderal is dead (your Player Character included if you choose Sacrifice) by the end of the main quest besides your love interest.]]

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* EverybodysDeadDave: [[spoiler: No matter what ending you choose, everyone you meet on Enderal is dead (your Player Character included if you choose Sacrifice) by the end of the main quest besides one of your love interest.companions.]]

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* NonStandardGameover: [[spoiler:If you lie during Taranor's interrogation, he orders his bodyguard Samael to take care of you]]. Oddly enough, after the game over screen, you're brought directly to the main menu, instead of being brought to your last save game.

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* DreamIntro: The game kicks off with the Prophet having a nightmare about the death of his family. Upon awakening, his travelling companion Sirus guesses that he had the dream again judging from how he was screaming in his sleep.


Originally downloadable just from the developer's site, the expansion ''Forgotten Stories'' is now available in Steam, for free (however it requires legal copy of ''Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'')

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Originally downloadable just from the developer's site, the game and the expansion ''Forgotten Stories'' is now available in Steam, for free (however it requires legal copy of ''Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'')


''[[http://sureai.net/games/enderal/?lang=en Enderal: The Shards of Order]]'' is a total conversion [[GameMod mod]] for ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' made by the German team Creator/SureAI (also responsible for the ''VideoGame/{{Nehrim}}'' total conversion for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'').

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''[[http://sureai.net/games/enderal/?lang=en Enderal: The Shards of Order]]'' is a total conversion [[GameMod mod]] for ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' made by the German team Creator/SureAI (also responsible for the ''VideoGame/{{Nehrim}}'' total conversion for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]''). \n It was released officially in 2016 and [[UpdatedReRelease re-released on Steam in 2019.]]



The story is somewhat darker than ''Skyrim'' (Which is saying something) due to its heavier focus on the heavy psychological impact the conflicts have on the people of the land of Enderal.

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The story is somewhat significantly darker than ''Skyrim'' (Which is saying something) due to its heavier focus on the heavy psychological impact the conflicts have on the people of the land of Enderal.


''[[http://sureai.net/games/enderal/?lang=en Enderal: The Shards of Order]]'' is a total conversion [[GameMod mod]] for ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' made by the German team [[http://sureai.net/ SureAI]] (also responsible for the ''VideoGame/{{Nehrim}}'' total conversion for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'').

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''[[http://sureai.net/games/enderal/?lang=en Enderal: The Shards of Order]]'' is a total conversion [[GameMod mod]] for ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' made by the German team [[http://sureai.net/ SureAI]] Creator/SureAI (also responsible for the ''VideoGame/{{Nehrim}}'' total conversion for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'').


* DoubleMeaning: Near the end of the game, the PointOfNoReturn warning tells you're about to start "events which lead to the end of Enderal". [[spoiler:"Enderal" is both the title of the mod and the name of the continent most of the action takes place. As the ending consists in the heroes being manipulated to trigger the end of the world, you indeed are about to cause "the end of Enderal").

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* DoubleMeaning: Near the end of the game, the PointOfNoReturn warning tells you're about to start "events which lead to the end of Enderal". [[spoiler:"Enderal" is both the title of the mod and the name of the continent most of the action takes place. As the ending consists in the heroes being manipulated to trigger the end of the world, you indeed are about to cause "the end of Enderal").Enderal"]].


''[[http://sureai.net/games/enderal/?lang=en Enderal: The Shards of Order]]'' is a total conversion [[GameMod mod]] for ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' made by the German team [[http://sureai.net/ SureAI]] (also responsible for the ''VideoGame/{{Nehrim}}'' total conversion for ''Oblivion'').

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''[[http://sureai.net/games/enderal/?lang=en Enderal: The Shards of Order]]'' is a total conversion [[GameMod mod]] for ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' made by the German team [[http://sureai.net/ SureAI]] (also responsible for the ''VideoGame/{{Nehrim}}'' total conversion for ''Oblivion'').''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'').

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* MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds: [[spoiler: It turns out the one who starts the Cleansing isn't the High Ones or Taranor Coarek, but [[BigGood Tealor Arantheal]], albeit unintentionally.]]

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