Some nice stuff in here. I would have liked some more details on the smell and repulsive squalor that the prisoners were subjected to.
”I leaned in towards the cell eager to hear what the incarcerated Redguatd had to say. The odour that made its way through the gaps between the bars invaded my senses, burning its way into my nose, mouth and eyes. I coughed and resisted the urge to retch as the sickly sour putridness of human waste stuck in my throat, leaving me mute for a moment and ensured each new breath I took as repulsive as the last.”
”You never get used to it, the Akiviri remarked to me his blood shot eyes drooping and his gaze falling to the floor with what was left of his human frailty and any last scraps of dignity he had before I could even muster reassurances that it was not his fault but mine.”
As good as you have written so far.
You captured the essence of the hunt very well. For a moment I thought you were going to be a Vampire.
So glad you’re not. I too totally enjoy the hunt as a Werewolf.
Thanks for your short story.
Let’s all have a look at this.
The Morag Tong operated as a Guild that had specific rules around the issuing of writs for murder that were recognised by the great houses and if the assassin could produce the writ they were free to go.
If in the back story the premise is that the writ was “forged” and not officially sanctioned by The Morag Tong then the assassin would be in dire straits and liable for unsanctioned murder regardless of who it was.
The Morag Tong was by the end of the 3rd Era almost gone due to the influence of The Empire and the accent of the Dark Brotherhood.(I could be mistaken about this but fairly certain they were not sanctioned to fulfill writs after the events of The Nerevarine)
Congratulations to you and your family. I write for my daughter and she is quite the story teller herself.
Maybe some Tolkien in the early years?
All the best wishes for the Son of Prime. May he grow up strong and live a magnificent life.
Well you can’t have it both ways? It’s a horrible ultimatum either way.
Try downloading all the Mods that have quests from Nexus.
The Game Developers missed an opportunity for some other options here. I know that the Greybeards advocate no action is an action but what if you were able to inform the Thalmor of the location of the Blades and let them take care of the unforgiving Delphine?
Well this was very well written and the insight into the mind of a madman as Tiber awoke was stunning to read.
I am heartbroken over the deaths of my favourite shield brothers “no Dragon hunt for them”
Glad Aela was too cunning to fall afoul of Tiber’s cruelty.
As for lewd content. Art is never lewd or immoral. It is Art.
If you choose to include what you believe is immoral and lewd scenes then they perhaps are.
I am enjoying this immensely and will support whatever you decide.
You can lure the vampire out of rorikstead through dialogue options and across the bridge a bear should spawn and you can just let the bear do the job for you.
Look up Mithril mod on nexus
Have a look at The Imperial Library site and the Unofficial Elder Scrolls site you may find what you are looking for there.
Some use of over complicated words such as the words getting caught in their throat.
I am enjoying the interesting details about Dibella and Stesha.
Quit biblical in the barn. I did like that.
As described above the creation myths suggest that the mortal races of Mer and Mer both came about at the same time. The two races were separated and the Mer were content to stay in their own lands and build a civilisation based on the belief that they were descended from the Gods themselves.
The race of men were scattered across Nirn and also built civilisations however their beliefs were focused on the Divine of nature and the elements.
The races of men searched for their lost brethren and found them after many centuries. The Mer did not welcome the Men into their cities and feared them, despised their beliefs and conflicts arose. This distrust remains as a central part of the tensions between Mer and Man.
History of Nirn and Tamriel tell of the races of men invading Elven lands and slaughtering them. Other lore suggests that the Elves attacked first.
Thousands of years of fighting between Mer and Men has been the result.
Did you remember to unlock the words of power?
Well done. I have looked for faults and found maybe one grammatical error.
Interesting piece on the viewpoints of the sexes. Would’ve thought you could have discussed how the Deadra in most instances are deceptively non binary when it comes to gender as another option?
Stesha needs to get in touch with the Sybil or he is in real trouble
Vivec was a false God who also tapped into the Heart of Lorkhan and his inability to sense whether the Dwemer were in another realm is dubious at best.
My theory is the Dwemer became part of the Aetherius and are trapped as the Elphenbones are in a spirit form between Nirn and Oblivion or were transported into a time/dragon break like Alduin was by the tongues and are in another timeline waiting to reappear
In game when filling a Black Soul gem for the Vampire cure ritual I trapped a Falmer soul. Not sure if was a black or greater soul but it worked.
I killed him. Then regret set in. Not really.
Well met kinsmen. Skyrim is for the Nords!
Not really. Hope you enjoy the fandom and the wiki
Grand and greater souls can be captured in Azura’s star and in most cases will give you the same result as a black soul when enchanting weapons or armour.
Once you get enchanting and Alchemy high enough you would then see a difference and a black star that can capture mortal souls and is reusable would be the preferred game option.
You also need to remember when using soul trap that you are sending the souls you captured and then use to enchant with to the soul cairn for eternity.