I've actually heard an interesting theory that the Akavir story was just a cover used by the Empire to cover up what really happened.
The theory goes that the Empire was just using the Nerevarine as a puppet on Vvardenfell to achieve their own goals through less-than-legal means, using them in activities such as looting a Dwemer ruin or defiling an ancient burial site (both illegal under Imperial law). When their business was done, they had the Nerevarine killed and used Akavir as a cover
"O Aka, for our shared Madness do I do this! I watch you watching me watching back! Umaril dares call us out, for that is how we made him!" - Pelinal Whitestrake, The Song of Pelinal Vol. 6
"How does one best describe our Dread Father? Imagine a perfect, cloudless midnight, cold as winter ice and shrouded in shadow. That is Sithis." - Lucien Lachance
"Thus did he present himself as such to the demon Anui-El and the Eight Givers: as a friend." - Sithis (Book)
"But when Trinimac and Auriel tried to destroy the Heart of Lorkhan, it laughed at them. It said 'This Heart is the heart of the world, for one was made to satisfy the other.' So Auriel fastened the thing to an arrow and let it fly long into the sea, where no aspect of the new world may ever find it." - The Monomyth
"Optimism! How adorable! I love it! Even at the end, you make me laugh. I'm lying. That wasn't funny at all. No matter. Soon you and everyone else will be dead, and I will be left a mad god, ruler of a dead realm. Again." - Sheogorath
Gotta be a tie between Indoril Nerevar, Pelinal Whitestrake or Vehk
Malacath by far.
Level up your Destruction skill with potions and enchantments
You read it on the island of Solstheim at certain points in the quest (close to the beginning and at the end). You can't read it anywhere on the mainland of Skyrim though
I feel that it has something to do with the fact that Silver has innate magical properties (harms undead), making it really useful if you want to take care of a zombie or vampire infestation. Gold is used more commonly, and is therefore worth less than Silver.
Gold can also be created via magic (the Transmute Ore spell). If this type of magic is available, I can see how wizards would transform Silver into Gold, thereby making Silver rarer than Gold
If I could, I would destroy the Dwemer again.
I'd really rather they don't introduce any new playable races. I'd prefer that they make some big changes to the existing races. For starters, I want to choose between Colovian and Nibenese instead of just having Imperials.
Having said that, I think the Imga could be pretty neat to play as
No. LDB can't be Shezarrine on account of the fact that they're intrinsically tied to Akatosh.
There are instances of some beings having ties to both Akatosh and Shezarr (*cough* Pelinal Whitestrake *cough*), but those are unique cases
Towers get deactivated. Mundus goes down. Kalpa restarts.
Hammerfell is the home of the Redguards, who are descended from the ancient Yokudans. The Yokudans migrated to Tamriel after their ancestral homeland was sunk into the ocean.
Redguards are proficient warriors, and are very skilled with a sword.
Redguard culture is very honour-based, so insulting a Redguard's honour isn't a very good idea. They heavily worship their ancestors, and so they see necromancy as a blasphemy.
The Redguards worship a unique pantheon of gods, not resembling any other on Tamriel, although there are some similarities between some deities.
Despite what some may tell you, Redguards do not hate magic. The Yokudans were proficient mages, and were held in very high esteem.
As of 4E 201, Hammerfell is not a part of the Empire.
Also, expect pirates. Lots of them
Lucien's spirit saying that Sithis does not want Cicero to die is.... strange.
Sithis has no will, no agenda, and no true desires. Everything that Sithis does can be compared to a law of nature. Sithis is not even sentient, but is simply the force of chaos and entropy. Think of Sithis as the same thing as gravity.
That being said, Lucien saying that the Dread Father "does not wish this" is probably propaganda of some sort.
Why do you say it kills the series?
Molag Bal is stinky >:(
My favourite is probably Malacath's voice or Namira's. Malacath's perfectly encapsulates the feeling of the Daedric Lord of the Orcs; harsh, aggressive and gravelly.
Namira's is creepy and whispery, perfect for the situation you encounter her in.
Honourable mention goes to Barbas and Clavicus Vile. The interplay between the two voices is really, really well-done, like two people who spend way too much time together and bicker 24/7.
Now, that's not to say the other voice actors didn't do a great job with their roles, but these two are my personal favourite.
Holy heck that's great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love the way you so shading my dude
^Talos is a Divine
^^Lorkhan is dead. As dead as dead can be. And there's nowhere that says that Talos and Shezarr are separate.