For other uses, see Abnur Tharn.
"My estates, my titles, my own life - it's all forfeit now. All in the name of preserving the Empire. I swear by all the gods, Mannimarco will pay dearly for this."
―Abnur to the Vestige, after escaping the Castle of the Worm[src]

Abnur Tharn is father to Clivia Tharn, the Empress Regent of Tamriel. He is known as High Chancellor and Overlord of Nibenay, he is an original member of the Five Companions, and also the Imperial Battlemage of the Elder Council.[1]

Abnur is 164 years old and has at least 16 children.[2] It is unknown how he has lived that long, as Imperials often die earlier from old age.

Interactions[edit | edit source]

The Harborage[edit | edit source]

A vision of Abnur Tharn during the Soulburst is seen.

Daughter of Giants[edit | edit source]


Chasing Shadows[edit | edit source]


Castle of the Worm[edit | edit source]


The Tharn Speaks[edit | edit source]


Halls of Torment[edit | edit source]


Valley of Blades[edit | edit source]


Shadow of Sancre Tor[edit | edit source]


Council of the Five Companions[edit | edit source]


God of Schemes[edit | edit source]


Biography[edit | edit source]

He is a decisive man, and is part of a line of secret Daedric worshippers, which is just one more reason why the Alliances wish to dispose of him. His family is working with the Necromancer Lord Mannimarco in order to combine Nirn with Coldharbour, Molag Bal's Daedric Realm, after realizing the threat posed by the Ebonheart Pact, Aldmeri Dominion and Daggerfall Covenant.[1] However, Abnur, despite sharing his family's traditions of Daedra worship, despises Mannimarco due to his involvement in the Soulburst

He is known to have personally tortured Ayrenn prior to her becoming queen, and this is one reason for the Aldmeri Dominion deciding to try and conquer Cyrodiil.[1]

He is the ancestor of Third Era Imperial Battlemage, Jagar Tharn, the progenitor of the Imperial Simulacrum who ruled the Empire for 10 years before the Eternal Champion freed Uriel Septim VII from Jagar's prison.

Fate[edit | edit source]

After Abnur infused the Vestige with divine power with the Amulet of Kings, he helped the remaining Companions reach safety. After this he fled with the Amulet and returned to the Imperial City to attempt to harness the Amulet's power. According to Meridia, the relic's power will be dormant for several generations, and Abnur will not succeed, but will try nonetheless.

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Show: Chasing Shadows
In the Abandoned Cellar:

"What is the meaning of this interruption? Why have you contacted me?"
"This is Abnur Tharn. The Master and I are very busy. This had better be important. Wait a moment. I don't know your face. Identify yourself, immediately!"

Who, me? "Yes, you report, you insipid twit. What, did you contact me by accident?"
[Persuade] Forgive me, my Lord, but I heard something that might be of interested to you. "Well, out with it. I don't have all day. Your disguise is terrible, by the way. You look like a character from a bad adventure novel."
Someone has been asking the locals about a Redguard named Sai Sahan. "Are they? I didn't think that Redguard has-been had a single friend left. Not in this world, at any rate. Never fear. Sai Sahan is safely locked away. Even if they were to discover his location, attempting a rescue would be suicidal."
Do you know where he is? "Of course I do. But I'm not in the habit of revealing vital secrets to insipid lackeys. Now, be gone! And if you contact me again without good reason I shall contact your cell commander and have you properly thrashed for your ineptitude."
Thank you, my Lord.
Who are you? "How dare you speak to me in such a ... wait, you're not one of ours, are you? Color me intrigued. You speak to Abnur Tharn, overlord of Nibenay and Chancellor of the Elder Council."
The Imperial chancellor? What are you doing here? "Correct me if I am wrong, but didn't you contact me? Fascinating. Are you merely a blundering local, I wonder, or something more?"
I'm looking for Sai Sahan. "Are you, indeed? I didn't think that Redguard has-been had a single friend left. Not in this world, at any rate. Let me give you some free advice. Forget about Sai Sahan. Even if I told you where he was, attempting a rescue would be suicidal."
Then you know where he is? "Of course I do. But do you really think I'd tell you and risk incurring Mannimarco's wrath? I think not. Ah the owner of this place returns, and he doesn't look pleased. Fare well!"
Show: Castle of the Worm
In the Harborage:

"We meet again, Vestige. I wish to speak with you on a matter of some urgency."

What's this about? "Mannimarco and his vile master have dark and terrible plans for this world. If you wish to stop them, you need to find the Amulet of Kings. But to find the amulet, you must locate Sai Sahan."
And you know where he is? "Of course I do. And I might be willing to share that information ... for a price."
I'm listening. "If Mannimarco learns that we've spoken, he'll have me executed. I'm a danger to him. I know too much. Therefore I, Abnur Tharn, Chancellor of the Elder Council, Overlord of Nibenay, formally request asylum."
Asylum? Are you joking? "Do I look to be in a mirthful mood? There comes a point when even a patriot's loyalty is stretched too far, when the things he has done―and has seen done―become too much to bear."
Will you come to us? "Would that I could. As it happens, I find myself to be somewhat of a prisoner, in dire need of rescue. My proposal is this: If you retrieve me from Mannimarco's fortress and grant me asylum, I will give you Sai Sahan's location in return."
How can I be sure this isn't a trick? "You can't. And you'd be a fool to trust me completely. But the facts remain, you need me if you wish to find Sai Sahan, and I must keep my head if I am to ensure the continuance of the Empire. Neither of us has a choice."
I can see your point.

Inside Coldharbour:

"You appear to have arrived in the Wretched Squalor, a shanty town of soul shriven outside Mannimarco's castle."

How do we get inside? "As luck would have it, Mannimarco is away on some errand for the Daedric Prince. The castle garrison is not on alert, so you should only encounter a token defense. The main gate is sealed, but there are undoubtedly other routes one might take."
Such as? "You're the hero, aren't you? Improvise."
We'll find a way in.

After entering the Inner Keep:

"You! Hurry up, the Worms are on the move."

After entering the Tower of Bones:

"The door at the top of the tower has sealed with a warded barrier. I've seen the Worms use similar sorceries before. It will sear you to ash if you touch it."

How do we get through it? "Here's a thought. The flesh atronachs that patrol the castle halls are assembled in a laboratory very close to the warded door. If you created your own atronach, it would be bound to obey you. You could force it to smash through the barrier."
How do you build a flesh atronach? "It's a simple process. A child of five could do it. Unfortunately, we don't have a child of five, so I'll be forced to walk you through it. You'll need a good-sized chunk of flesh. Take them to the laboratory, and I'll contact you there."
We're on our way.

After placing the Atronach Parts in the Laboratory:

"Not very big, is it? Oh well. Now, cast the ritual from the book."

After the Atronach is summoned:

"Ha! We'll make a necromancer of you yet."

After the Atronach destroys the ward:

"You're not far now. Through the door, and to the summit!"

After making progress through the Tower Summit:

"Begone, insufferable Worms! I'm working as fast as I can!"

After dealing with the Worm Cultists:

"So, we meet in person at long last. You looked taller in your projection."

I'm here to get you out, per our arrangement. "And not a moment too soon. If I had to inspect one more bloody soul gem. I'd have thrown myself from the tower."
Why should we trust you, Tharn? "A fair question. I know things. Things that can help you. Here's a bit to whet your appetite. Mannimarco isn't doing any of this to serve Molag Bal. His ultimate plan is to out-scheme the God of Schemes ... and to replace him."
What? How? "The Amulet of Kings is the key to everything. Why do you think he kidnapped Sai Sahan? He's torturing him. Trying to get him to reveal the Amulet's hiding place."
He's trying to find the Amulet of Kings before we do. "Precisely. With the Amulet at his command, Mannimarco believes he can trap Molag Bal's essence and absorb his power. He seeks to become a god himself!"
That sounds bad. What else can you tell me? "I'd love to discuss this further, but this is hardly the place. Get me to a safe haven and I will tell you the rest. That was our agreement, was it not? Now, let's― Wait. Did you feel that?"
Feel what?

After defeating Mannimarco:

"He will not remain discorporated for long. His consciousness will be adrift for a few moments, but that is all."

Why did you help me? "Because Mannimarco has delusions of godhood. He cares nothing for the Empire, he seeks only power. I've never done battle with him before. He's far more powerful than I imagined. Ah, well. Too late for regrets. In for a bean, in for a beanstalk."
What now? "First things first. We need to get out of here alive."
What do you suggest? "We certainly can't go back the way you came in. I'd imagine they're swarming the grounds already. There's a refuse chute further down the path. It's a bit of a drop, but we'll probably survive."
Let's go.

In the Harborage:

"My estates, my titles, my own life―it's all forfeit now. All in the name of preserving the Empire. I swear by all the gods, Mannimarco will pay dearly for this."

Are you all right? "Of course. I am Abnur Tharn. It will take more than a few brainless cultists to rattle these old bones. Now then, where were we?"
You were going to tell us where Sai Sahan is. "Ah. Yes. Ahem. Truth be told, I don't know the precise location, but I do know that he is Mannimarco's prisoner, and that the King of Worms is trying to pry the location of the Amulet from him."
You don't know where he is? "Now, now, before you lose your temper, let me clarify. I don't know precisely where he is, but I can find out. I'll just need a little time."
You tricked us.
Show: The Tharn Speaks
In the Vulkhel Guard Mages Guild:

"Ah, excellent, you got my message. Apparently, that little creature isn't completely useless. Banekin can be such children. I hope you've nothing pressing. We could be here a while."

Tharn? Why are you dressed like that? "I can't be strutting around the city wearing my Imperial regalia, can I? Your concern about my fashion sense is touching, but irrelevant. I've called you here for a reason. If we are to determine a course of action, we need more information."
What are you talking about? "By now it should be clear your prophet emperor brought these catastrophic events upon us. Everything that transpired is his fault."
Mannimarco deceived him. It wasn't his fault. "Granted, Mannimarco can be very persuasive and charismatic when he wants to be. We all believed him when he said we could change Varen's bloodline with the Amulet of Kings."
Then why do you blame Varen? "You saved Varen's life when you rescued him in Coldharbour. In return, he lied to you about his true identity and his part in causing the Soulburst. He manipulated you from the very start. Perhaps the better question is, why don't you blame Varen?"
Just tell me why you called me here. "Varen wants to assemble a new group of companions in the vein of the original five. Claims it fulfills a prophecy in those wretched scrolls of his. Superstitious nonsense, but he is quite correct on one point: we need to find Sai Sahan."
Why is Sai Sahan so important? "In the chaos following the Soulburst, Sahan stole the Amulet of Kings and fled the Imperial City. We're going to need that relic, and he is the only one who knows its current location."
Where is Sai Sahan, now? "He was captured by Mannimarco's agents and taken to an undisclosed location. We need to find out where he's being held."
What do you need me to do? "Mannimarco keeps his most secret documents in a hidden lair of Daedric cultists deep within the Grahtwood, in the ruins of Wormroot Depths. We must travel there and search for clues."
I'll set out at once and meet you there. "Remember: Wormroot Depths, Grahtwood. I'll meet you inside."
I have some questions. "If I can endure Titanborn's inane prattle, I can survive your assuredly erudite elucidations. Proceed."
Tell me more about yourself. "Well, if you must pry. I am Chancellor to the Elder Council and Overlord of Nibenay, but of all my titles, the greatest is my family name: Tharn. We are the greatest of the noble houses, with seats at the Imperial court for countless centuries."
A family of politicians? "Politicians? A grossly inadequate word to describe our duties and our legacy. The Tharns have a storied history of advising kings and emperors that can be traced back to the First Era. We understand the ebb and flow of power."
Isn't your daughter the Empress Regent? "Clivia? She is comfortably lodged in Mannimarco's pocket, along with my nephew, Javad. I doubt they've given my disappearance a second thought. Ah, fair Clivia. My charming girl grew to be a ruthlessly ambitious woman. I taught her well."
What will happen to you now? "Ah, there's the rub. With my ... untimely defection? My family will likely be divested of its holdings. The name Tharn is probably being stricken from every document in the Imperial archives, as we speak. I detest being on the wrong side of history."
Have you really lost everything? "Don't sound so smug about it. This is a setback, nothing more. By allying with you, I will liberate the Empire from Mannimarco's grip. The Empire is all that matters to me. I will do what I must to ensure its survival."

After seeing Sai Sahan's projection:

"So, Sai Sahan is alive, and he has not been broken. An important piece of the puzzle, to be sure, but where is he being kept?"

After seeing Mannimarco's projection:

"He knows of our plan to use the amulet to set things right! We must rescue Sai Sahan before he can be broken."

After seeing Mannimarco's second projection:

"This is the information we've been looking for!"
"At last! Sai Sahan has been taken to the Halls of Torment!"

Do you know where that is? "Oh yes. It's Coldharbour's most nefarious prison. The Daedra in the Halls of Torment reach deep into the dark places of a prisoner's mind and torture them with apparitions of the things they most dread."
That sounds a lot like what happened to Lyris. "It's an effective tactic. The Daedra mock our emotional attachments and the memories that form our sense of self. Daedra have no use for such things. They are immortal. It's impossible to kill Daedra―they simply reform, over time."
We need to rescue Sai Sahan. Can you get us to the Halls of Torment? "Of course I can. I am Abnur Tharn! But first, I have a bit more research to do. Go back to the Harborage and tell Varen what we've discovered. I'll meet you there once I've made the necessary preparations."
Very well.
Show: Halls of Torment
In the Harborage:

"You look perplexed. What inscrutable riddles is Varen spouting now?"

He said that only one of you can join me. "Did he? What surprisingly good advice. Titanborn and I are more likely to kill each other than we are to help. The choice is yours, but I recommend choosing brains over brawn. I have valuable knowledge of the Daedra. And don't forget, I'm the mage."
[Choose Abnur] Come with me, Abnur. "A very wise decision. One you won't regret, trust me. Shall we go? We've a Redguard swordmaster to rescue."

After hearing Tharn's Doppelganger:

"What's this? It looks like me! What in the damned mentors is going on here?"

After defeating Tharn's Doppelganger:

"Well, that was unnerving. Can't say that I've ever had to kill a version of myself before. But, I must say, even as an evil doppelganger, I'm a very capable opponent!"

What was all that talk of sword-singers? "They were a legendary group of Redguard swordmasters, wiped out in the First Era by the Yokudan Emperor Hira. Sahan spent years trying to resurrect their ancient traditions, but failed utterly. He considered it his greatest failure."
Why did the doppelganger look like you? "The torturers here are using Sahan's memories and darkest fears against him, in an attempt to break his well. He and I were never close. In truth, I enjoyed mocking him. I had no idea how deeply it affected him. Interessting."
You almost sound pleased about that. "Oh, please. We're adults, aren't we? The day I start considering people's feelings before speaking my mind is the day my efficacy as a politician comes to an end. When that day comes, just kill me outright, I beg of you."

After hearing Lyris' Doppelganger:

"She seems to be drawing power from those stones. Destroy them, quickly!"

After defeating Lyris' Doppelganger:

"Vestige! Hold a moment!"
"Well, well, well. Wasn't that a charming little scene? I can't wait to mock ... to tell Titanborn all about it."

What do you mean? "Are you as blind as your vagabond emperor? The first room was about Sai's failures. This room is obviously an attempt to leverage his subconscious desires. So, our Redguard friend has a secret crush on the half-giant. How revolting."
Do you think they had a relationship? "Please! Titanborn has the emotional depth of a Frost Atronach. But, who knew Sahan was that sentimental? Then again, he did resist her charms. Good thing, too. That truly would have been a farewell kiss."
I think we just met Mannimarco's Duchess of Anguish. "I can only assume she's Sahan's personal torturer. I have a sneaking suspicion we'll be meeting her again, very soon. Come, let's keep moving."
Show: Council of the Five Companions
In the Harborage:

"Getting all chummy with Titanborn? I enjoy the company of clever, well informed people. You really should try it some time. So, you felled great Mannimarco. Well played. You've done the Empire a great service."

That's not why I did it. "The farmer doesn't thank the cow when it voids itself on the field, but it still makes the crops grow taller."
Is that your way of thanking me? "I suppose it is. But that wasn't the reason for this heartwarming reunion. Varen and I have spoken at length since you recovered the Amulet and determined our final course of action. Molag Bal remains a threat and Tamriel is still in grave danger."
What did you have in mind? "First, the Planemeld must be stopped. Even now, forces gather and plan an assault on Oblivion itself. You must join them."
What then? "Then, and only then, can you take the fight to Molag Bal himself―to restore protection to Nirn and reclaim your soul."
Is it even possible to defeat Molag Bal? "I know more about Daedra than any man or mer alive. For good or ill, my family has always kept ties with the forces of Oblivion, and this much I know―one cannot kill a Daedric Prince. But we have the Amulet of Kings ...."
Go on. "With the Amulet in our possession, we may be able to wound him. Severely. And in the process, force him to relinquish every last soul he has stolen―including your own. This is where your ... condition works to your benefit."
How? "The ritual we performed with the Amulet of Kings caused the Soulburst and damaged the veil between worlds. If the damage is to be repaired, I must attempt the ritual again, this time with you."
Won't that just cause another Soulburst? "Only if we use it here on Nirn. But if we were to travel to Coldharbour, we might be able to harness its power. Imbue you with divine agency enough to challenge the Daedric Prince. But there is a price ...."
There always is. "Calling upon the power of the Amulet in this manner will consume someone's soul. Utterly. One cannot channel the power of the gods without paying such a price. Unfortunately, you don't have a soul to consume and I am needed to perform the ritual."
Someone has to die? "More specifically, one of our three companions. I suspect that's why they're so nauseatingly over-appreciative and fawning."
No. The price is too high.
Show: God of Schemes
In Coldharbour:

"I'll never get used to this place. Come here, Vestige. I'd like a word before we skip off merily to our doom."
"The time is at hand. Stop second-guessing yourself, stop questioning your resolve, just stand up and do it. You're ready."

What do you mean? "This is it. The beginning of the blasted end. There's no point in pretending this isn't happening, or saying we're not ready. This challenge will not wait. Can you do what is necessary, no matter the cost? No matter how much it grieves you?"
Molag Bal has my soul. Is there a choice? "There is always a choice. But you don't get to choose what is true, you only get to choose what you will do about it. Do you need a reminder about what lies ahead?"
Tell me again. "We are approaching the fortress of Molag Bal, perhaps the most dangerous place in all of Oblivion. Together, we five are mighty—even I will admit that—but I cannot invoke the ritual until we are in the presence of the dark prince, himself."
Go on. "In exchange for this investiture of power, one of your companions will need to be sacrificed. It will be for you to decide which, when the time comes. The infusion of power will not last for long. That's why we need to get close."
And then? "And then, what? I've no idea what will happen to you. Apotheosis? Disintegration? Too many unknowns and not enough information. But if you defeat Molag Bal and survive, your soul and the soul of every other surviving vestige, should be restored."
Let's do this.
I know what we need to do. Let's get it done.

At Heart's Grief, if Javad Tharn was killed:

"It's my small-minded nephew, Javad. The lad was petty and cruel for the enjoyment of it. I always suspected he'd meet an untimely end. Leave him to his fate. It's kinder than he deserves."

At Heart's Grief, if Septima Tharn was killed:

"Septima Tharn. A grand niece on my mother's side. Or was it a third cousin? No matter. From what I've heard of her predilections, she belongs in this gallery of horrors."

At the Seat of Tyranny:

"Yes, this will be close enough, I think. Are you prepared?"

Varen, Sai and Lyris are all willing to give up their lives. "No one is more surprised than I. They are willing to sacrifice themselves to save the world, yet they will never hear a single word of thanks. A funny thing for a selfish man to say, isn't it? I'd better be careful not to learn anything from this."
How can I choose? "I've no idea. Speak to them. Let their own words convince you. But once the choice is made, there is no turning back. The harvest of a fresh soul will no doubt bring Molag Bal's attention upon us. You must take that opportunity to strike him down."
Is there no other way? "We've already been over this. You need an infusion of divine power to even consider challenging a Daedric Prince. The Amulet of Kings can give you that power, but at the cost of a life."
What sort of power should I expect to receive? "The Amulet of Kings is a relic of Akatosh, the Dragon God of Time. His powers embody the qualities of perseverance and invincibility, while promoting the virtues of duty, service, and obedience. Make of that what you will."
I'll hear what each of them has to say.

If approached again:

"Don't dawdle. The Daedra could be on us at any moment."

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr[edit | edit source]

Show: The Demon Weapon
In Vulkhel Guard, Daggerfall, or Davon's Watch:

"I see my summons reached you. Good, good. You may wonder who I am and why I sent for you. Don't. Just trust me. I have only the best interests of the Empire in mind. But we must leave now if we're going to take advantage of the situation." or "Ah, Vestige, how good of you to attend me. Information has come to my attention that could significantly change the future of Tamriel and the Empire. If we're going to take advantage of the situation, we need to leave immediately."

What situation are we talking about? "A situation that could end the Three Banners War and get Ayrenn, Emeric, and Jorunn to return to their senses. While these children squabble over territory, the common people and the Empire suffer. We have an opportunity and we need to jump on it!"
What kind of opportunity can end the Alliance War? "In simple terms, I just purchased two halves of an ancient tablet. The Wrathstone. It forms a map that should lead us to a weapon whose existence will force all sides to cease their aggressive behavior. Help me acquire this weapon and end the war."
I'll help you find this weapon. "We must hurry. Even now, someone follows me, resisting my best efforts to identify them. While I deal with this threat, I need you to begin the process of locating the triangulants. Without them, the map is worthless."
Triangulants? Is that a real word? "Of course it is. I just invented it! Right now, the map shown on the Wrathstone has no identifying features. Without the triangulants, I have no context by which to read the map. I know a Khajiiti loremaster, however, who can help with that."
How can a Khajiiti loremaster help us find an ancient weapon? "Each half of the tablet contains part of a map and an inscription. Khunzar-ri and the Demon Weapon. The key to finding the triangulants resides in that Khajiiti myth. We must convince Dagaril-dro to direct us to storytellers who know the legend."
Where do I find the loremaster?
"Dagaril-dro often wanders the Auridon coast. We need to bring him a gift, however, and I know he's fond of dusk mushrooms. Gather the mushrooms from the ruins of Bewan, then meet me at the loremaster's camp. I'll mark the location on your map. (In the Aldmeri Dominion)"
"Dagaril-dro often wanders the Glenumbra coast. We need to bring him a gift, however, and I know he is fond of dusk mushrooms. Gather the mushrooms from the ruins of Enduum, then meet me at the loremaster's camp. I'll mark the location on your map. (In the Daggerfall Covenant)"
"Dagaril-dro often relaxes in Stonefalls. We need to bring him a gift, however, and I happen to know he is fond of dusk mushrooms. Gather the mushrooms in Hightide Hollow, then meet me at the loremaster's camp. I'll mark the location on your map. (In the Ebonheart Pact)"
You seem to know a lot about the Khajiiti legends already. "I know about a great many things, but Khajiiti legends tend to be convoluted. The loremaster must direct us to the secret order of storytellers, the moon-singers. Only they can set us on the correct path. Now, gather the mushrooms for Dagaril-dro."
Where did you get the Wrathstones? "[?]"
What kind of weapon is powerful enough to stop the war? "[?]"
Are you going to help me gather the mushrooms? "[?]"
Remind me. Who are you, again? "[?]"

After speaking to Dagaril-dro:

"I see you made it to the old loremaster's camp. Were the dusk mushrooms to his liking?"

Yes. He said we need to go to the Redfur Trading Post, the Baandari Trading Post, and Rawl'kha. "Grahtwood, Malabal Tor, and Reaper's March. Not an easy journey, but I can make it more tolerable. Allow me to open a portal to Redfur Trading Post. Track down the first moon-singer and hear the beginning of Khunzar-ri's tale. I'll be along shortly."
I'll use the portal and go find Azargo Long-Tale.

At the Redfur trading post:

"What an interesting story. If only I could shake my shadow as easily as Khunzar-ri does ... well ... anything. At least now I know where to find the first triangulant."

The first triangulant? "Yes, the triangulant. The first reference point that will allow us to use the map and locate the weapon. We must proceed with caution, however. My unknown follower utilizes a magic I cannot penetrate. I need to conserve my energy, just in case."
So where do we need to go to find this triangulant? "The location was spelled out in the moon-singer's story. The verse concerning Nurarion the Perfect. It's as clear as the sky on a cloudless day. "Among the buried roots of the Ayleid worms." It refers to a place I know well. Wormroot Depths."
What's Wormroot Depths? "An Ayleid ruin located here in Grahtwood. Somewhere in Wormroot Depths, the ancient Khajiit hid a reference point that will get us one step closer to finding the weapon. We should travel separately, for safety's sake. I'll meet you inside the ruin."
I'll meet you inside Wormroot Depths.

At the Baandari trading post:

"You know, the legend of Khunzar-ri is more interesting than I remember. It must be the Moon-Singer Mizbina's delivery. Marginally entertaining. She made the location of the next triangulant quite clear to one of exceptional intellect. Such as myself."

So you figured out where the next triangulant for the map can be found? "Of course. Only the nearby Black Vine Ruins could be referred to as the "Ayleid lair of creeping ebony plants." I never cared for carnivorous vegetation. I'll meet you in the ruins after I make one more attempt to catch my elusive stalker."
Someone is still following you? "Yes, and with brazen impunity. I almost caught my stalker here at the trading post before they slipped away in the crowd. They're like an insect buzzing around my head that I can't quite swat. Someone with that level of power concerns me greatly."
Well, good luck with that. I'll meet you inside Black Vine Ruins.

In Rawl'kha:

"This new moon-singer shows a modicum of promise, but she hasn't yet reached her full potential. Still, the story was interesting and it points us toward the final triangulant required to make use of the map."

You know where the final triangulant is located? "Oh yes. The moon-singer made it quite clear. Her tale points to an old shrine not far from here known as Jode's Light. The "Big Moon," referenced in the story. Once we collect the final triangulant, I'll be able to use the map to find the weapon."
How do I know you're really going to use the weapon to end the war? "Still don't trust me? Neither do I. I know what I'm capable of. I'm not better than the fools that lead the alliances. That's why we'll only use the weapon to get them to the negotiating table. Diplomacy works best when facilitated by a big stick."
IF you say so. I'll meet you at Jode's Light.

Inside Jode's Light:

"I'm beginning to question my own magnificence, if you can imagine such a thing. Despite multiple attempts, I still haven't been able to identify or catch the damnable prowler who has been following me! It's really becoming quite irksome."

I met your shadow on the way here. Her name is Khamira. She's an agent of the Speaker of the Mane. "A Khajiit? Why would the Speaker of the Mane send a powerful wizard to hound me so?"
I don't think she's a mage. She wants to help us get to the weapon before Euraxia Tharn. "My half-sister? They're aware of her interest in this? Hmm. But why didn't this agent of the speaker simply approach me directly. I would have gladly welcomed her assistance in this matter."
She's afraid you'll balk at her ultimate goal. She says the weapon's a danger and must be destroyed. "Destroy my one chance to stop the Three Banners War? Never! Don't tell me you agree with this nonsense. That we should allow the Dominion, Pact, and Covenant to continue to tear Tamriel apart? Do you want more people to die?"
If finding the weapon gives us a chance to stop the Three Banners War, it's worth the risk. "That's the spirit! As far as Euraxia is concerned, however, I am inclinded to agree with the Speaker of the Mane's agent. We must reach the weapon first. I know the dangers. We must proceed with the utmost caution. Now, let's find the last triangulant."
All right, let's look around.
If the weapon is as dangerous as Khamira says, maybe we should destroy it. "[?]"

At Abnur Tharn's Camp:

"With your assistance, we gathered the three triangulants that allowed me to decipher the map formed by the Wrathstone tablet. I now know that the demon weapon resides in the Halls of Colossus, along the southern coast of Elsweyr."

The Halls of Colossus? "An ancient structure whose purpose and origin is clouded in legend. Some believe it contains the Dwarven Numidium, which could be the weapon we seek. I've chartered a wagon to get us to the coast. Then a boat will take us the rest of the way."
I wonder if Khamira will continue to follow us. "Honestly? I don't give a skeever's arse. She may have been able to track me when I wasn't attempting to conceal our movements, but I made sure to—hmm. It appears this Khamira is more capable than I anticipated."
Khamira found us, didn't she?

After Khamita and Abnur have spoken:

"Surprisingly clever, those ancient Khajiiti. An old tablet, oral histories disguised as fables, and sophisticated triangulant tiles, all pointing to one location—the Halls of Colossus. The abhorrent Three Banners War is practically over!"

And you're all right with Khamira accompanying us? "The cat can do as she pleases. Based on the skills she has already demonstrated, however, I am not averse to having her along. Just realize that I plan to utilize the weapon, despite her protestations. Now take this. For your efforts."

After completing the quest:

"The Halls of Colossus, a place as mysterious as it is ancient. I never imagined I'd have a reason to seek it out, let alone explore it. Let's hope the item we pursue lives up to my expectations. And that we reach it before my half-sister, Euraxia."

I know you want to end the war. What does Euraxia hope to accomplish? "A few years ago, my deplorable sibling broke protocol and conquered a portion of Elsweyr. I assume she wants the weapon to secure her territory and increase the size of her holdings. Euraxia's ruthlessness is exceeded only by her ambition."
Does it bother you that you're opposing your sister on this? "Half-sister. And I have no hesitation in this regard. To best Euraxia, however, we need to reach the Halls of Colossus ahead of her. Give me and Khamira a moment to negotiate an accord we can both live with. Then meet us by the wagon I chartered."
All right, I'll meet you at the wagon.
Show: The Halls of Colossus
At Abnur Tharn's Camp:

"Take care of any outstanding business you may have as quickly as possible. I want to depart for the Halls of Colossus and find the weapon as soon as we can."

Remind me about this weapon you're looking for. "[?]"

After the ambush at the Halls of Colossus:



At Abnur Tharn's Camp:

"That could have turned out better. At least we stopped my half-sister from seizing control of the imprisoned Dragons. That's something, I suppose. Of course, this delays my plan to end the Three Banners War, blast it all."

Isn't the return of the Dragons kind of a big deal? "I should say so! As destructive as the accursed war is, a rampaging horde of enraged Dragons—well, it doesn't quite compare, does it? If we can contain the Dragons in Elsweyr, that would certainly be for the best."
So you have a plan for containing the Dragons? "Right at this exact moment? No, no. But I will figure something out by the time I reach Elsweyr and consult with Gharesh-ri. The Speaker of the Mane needs to be informed. And I must have words with my despicable half-sister."
Speaking of Euraxia Tharn, how did the both of you wind up vying for the hidden weapon? "About that .... in hindsight, I suspect the tip I received about the Wrathstone came from Euraxia. She knew I wouldn't be able to resist such a lure. She played me. That doesn't occur often and it has put me all out of sorts. I hate being tricked."
So what do we do about that? "For now, help the Khajiiti prepare for the Dragon invasion. And take this as recompense for your service. In the meantime, I have plans to formulate and arrangements to make. When the moment to deal with the Dragons comes, I will contact you."

Conversations[edit | edit source]

Daughter of Giants

Lyris: "Abnur Tharn, you traitorous bastard! I should have expected to find you here!"
Abnur: "Don't be a fool, Titanborn. I'm trying to help you. Your hatred poisons you. Warriors are like steel. When you lose temper, you lose your worth."
Lyris: "Help me? You betrayed us all, then went back to licking Mannimarco's boot before the smoke cleared!"
Abnur: "I did what I had to do. And, as a show of my good intentions, I have a gift for you. But, be warned. Coldharbour will not give it up, easily."
Lyris: "Is that ... ? Shor's bones, it is! Vestige, that's my battle axe!"

Battle at the Summit

Mannimarco: "Now, now, Tharn. No telling my secrets. Go to your room, Abnur. I will deal with your shortly. Ah, dear Lyris. Your old position at the Foundry is still available. We'll even give you your own set of unbreakable chains. And you. The thorn in my side. The pebble in my shoe. How strong are you? Shall we test your limits?"
[After defeating the first wave of enemies]
Mannimarco: "How infuriating! The process drains the energy from most victims, yet you keep fighting!"
[After defeating the second wave of enemies]
Mannimarco: "Your strength surprises me. But how much more can you take, I wonder?"
Abnur Tharn: "Mannimarco! You dare attack the chancellor of the Elder Council? His power wanes, Vestige! Strike him down, while his attentions are on me!"
Mannimarco: "How dare you betray me, Tharn? Your suffering will be legendary!"

Escaping the Summit

Lyris Titanborn: "You must be the ugliest princess ever rescued from a tower, Tharn."
Abnur Tharn: "I'm shocked your lack of education and repeated blows to the head haven't dulled your wit, Titanborn."

Sai Sahan's Location

Lyris Titanborn: "What? You son of a bitch!"
Abnur Tharn: "Gah! Are you insane? Get away from me, you brutish she-troll!"
The Prophet: "Lyris! Stand down!"
Lyris Titanborn: "He's done nothing but lie to us from the beginning! I don't care what he says, he'll always be Mannimarco's toady!"
Abnur Tharn: "Please. Mannimarco wants me dead! Did I pretend to capitulate to him? Yes, I did. Do you have any idea how many lives I saved by doing so?"
Lyris Titanborn: "The only thing you saved was your holdings and your own hide, you pompous ass!"
The Prophet: "Enough! Abnur had no choice, Lyris. And we are guilty of our own deceit, are we not? The time has come for the Vestige to know the truth!"
Abnur Tharn: "What's this? The Vestige doesn't know? Oh, this is rich!"
Lyris Titanborn: "Sire, don't ...!"
The Prophet: "Vestige. Until now, you have only known me as the Prophet. But that is not my true name. I ... am Varen Aquilarios!"
Abnur Tharn: "Our fallen Emperor, in the tattered robes of a Moth Priest, blind as a newborn kitten!"
Varen Aquilarios: "I am sorry I deceived you, Vestige."

Journey to Sai Sahan

Lyris Titanborn: "Put a corck in it, Tharn! Sai's my friend. Probably the best friend I have. If the Vestige is going, I'm going too!"
Abnur Tharn: "Yes, I see. And you are the most qualified, why? Is it your superior knowledge of Coldharbour? Your expertise in dealing with Daedric entities? Or is it simply the unrequited puppy love you feel for that shirtless mammoth?"

Valley of Blades

Sai Sahan: "It is strange to return to these mountains. Memories of youth flood my mind, each one bringing its own sorrow, or its own smile."
Abnur Tharn: "Oh, joy. We've been here less than five minutes and Sahan is already getting maudlin and weepy."
Lyris Titanborn: "Shut up, Tharn! Don't let him get to you, Sai. Let him roll his eyes. Maybe he'll find a brain back there."
Sai Sahan: "What is this? The abbey burns! Quickly! We must find Kasura!"
Lyris Titanborn: "So much destruction! What could have done this?"
Abnur Tharn: "I'm afraid I've seen this before. Keep an eye skyward, Titanborn!"
Sai Sahan: "Kasura! There!"
Kasura: "Sai Sahan! Intruders ... cultists .... they attacked the abbey. So many of my students have fallen ...."
Sai Sahan: "Kasura! Are you injured? What happened? The abbey is in ruins, Kasura! How could they ...?" Kasura: "A gigantic beast ... like nothing I've ever seen! The cultists ... they're opening rifts to Oblivion!"
Sai Sahan: "Save your strength, Kasura. We will make them pay, I promise you!"
Lyris Titanborn: "What do you think? Trap?"
Abnur Tharn: "It's only a trap if you don't know about it. I assume everything is a trap. Therefore, it's a challenge."
Mannimarco: "In the name of Molag Bal, come forth and destroy his enemies!"
Mannimarco: "Heed me, Daedric minions, and obey!"
Mannimarco: "Hosts of Oblivion, come forth and feast!"
Kasura: "Sai, the Titan returns!"
Mannimarco: "Ah, Sai Sahan and company, at last! My pet has been waiting for you."
Lyris Titanborn: "Eyes skyward! Here it comes!"
Mannimarco: "How many more of your friends must die, Sai Sahan? Where is the Amulet of Kings?"

Ancestral Crypt

Kasura: "Follow me. The hidden entrance will not be obvious."
Lyris Titanborn: "Why would a crypt need a secret entrance?"
Abnur Tharn: "It's a wonder there's an unplundered crypt in all of Skyrim! You Nords could learn a thing or two from the builders of Hammerfell."
Sai Sahan: "Perhaps Hammerfell could also teach Nibenay the virtue of good manners."
Kasura: "Here we are. Watch your step as you descend."

Ring of Stendarr's Mercy

Sai Sahan: "Tread lightly. Few living have been permitted to walk among these honored dead."
Sai Sahan: "Divad Hunding, son of Frandar do Hunding Hel Ansei No Shira, the greatest of the Sword Saints. The hearth of every household in Hammerfell has small alcove containing a copy of his father's greatest work, The Book of Circles."
Sai Sahan: "Ra Abah was a warrior of great renown. He fought alongside Frandar Hunding in the seven great battles against the Armies of Hira, and survived. At the final battle at Hattu Mountain, more than three hundred thousand gave their lives."
[After finding the Ring]
Sai Sahan: "It seems fitting that the Ring of Stendarr's Mercy lies with my father's greatsword. We will need both for the battles that lay before us."
Sai Sahan: "By the sword of my father, Nazir Itaf Sahan, I pledge myself to the destruction of Mannimarco and the liberation of Tamriel from the tyranny of the God of Schemes, Molag Bal!"
[After talking to Kasura]
Mannimarco: "I knew you would lead me to the ring, eventually. Give it to me!"
Sai Sahan: "Your presence defiles this place, Mannimarco!"
Mannimarco: "Give me the ring and I might spare your pathetic lives!"
Lyris Titanborn: "We struck down your Titan and we'll strike you down soon enough!"
Mannimarco: "The Titan was a prelude of what's to come if you continue to defy me!"
Abnur Tharn: "Defy you? Your delusions of godhood are laughable, your ignominious corpse-herder!"
Mannimarco: "Very well, then. I'll simply take the ring from your corpses."
Sai Sahan: "Blasphemy! How dare you raise the honored dead to fight your battle!"
[After defeating Divad Hunding]
Kasura: "Sai, look out! He's raising Ra Abah!"
[After defeating Ra Abah]
Abnur Tharn: "The next time you hide something from the most powerful necromancer in all of Tamriel, you might reconsider hiding it in a bloody tomb!"
[After defeating Ansei Kalam and Ra Adia]
Sai Sahan: "Hold the line! They must not get the ring!"
[After defeating Ra Hasa, Ra Huzar, and Ansei Satameh]
Sai Sahan: "Rest in peace, honored dead."
Kasura: "I swear on the souls of my ancestors, I will avenge Mannimarco's blasphemy!"
[After talking to Sai Sahan]
Kasura: "The damage is great, but if you had not arrived when you did, there would be nothing left to rebuild. Be safe in the coming days, my friends. I look forward to your return."
Sai Sahan: "The Abbey of Blades will rise from these ashes. If I survive the dark path we must walk, I will return to help Kasura shape a new generation of blademasters."

Sancre Tor

Lyris Titanborn: "You could have hidden that amulet anywhere in Tamriel, and this was your first choice?"
Sai Sahan: "It seemed like a good idea at the time."
Abnur Tharn: "Brilliant. Why is it that the people with the most ridiculous ideas are always the ones who are most certain of them?"
Lyris Titanborn: "Shut up, Tharn."
Sai Sahan: "Shut up, Tharn."

Confronting Mannimarco

Mannimarco: "What brings you to Sancre Tor, old friends? Looking for an amulet, perhaps?"
Sai Sahan: "Mannimarco? How did you find this place?"
Mannimarco: "Do you really think I'd allow you to escape the Halls of Torment if I couldn't track your every movement?"
Lyris Titanborn: "Sai, no! Mannimarco, stop! You're killing him!"
Mannimarco: "Where is the Amulet of Kings? My master, Molag Bal, demands it!"
Abnur Tharn: "Your master. Please! You would use the amulet to betray Molag Bal!"
Mannimarco: "Fool! When I ascended, you could have been at my right hand, Tharn. Instead you chose to allign yourself with mongrels and imbeciles. Now you'll die with them!"
Abnur Tharn: "You won't get away with this. Do you really think you can betray a Daedric Prince?"
Mannimarco: "With the Amulet of Kings, all things are possible! Nations will tremble and bow before me! I will be a god!"
Sai Sahan: "The Amulet of Kings will never be yours! It is protected by a ward of the Divines!"
Mannimarco: "You mean your ward of Stendarr, God of Merciful Forbearance, patron of gutless, law-abiding dimwits? It won't even slow me down!"

Sancre Tor's courtyard

Lyris Titanborn: "Sai, are you well enough to continue?"
Sai Sahan: "Have no fear, Snow Lily. I am Redguard. We are like mountain bamboo: far stronger and more flexible than we might appear."
Abnur Tharn: "I find it hilarious that Mannimarco chose such a massive projected appearance. He's obviously overcompensating for something."

Sancre Tor Inner Chamber

Mannimarco: "Persistent, aren't you? Do you really think you can keep me from acquiring the amulet?"
Sai Sahan: "The Amulet of Kings is under the protection of Stendarr's ward! It will never be yours!"
Mannimarco: "Ah, Sai. You still don't understand, do you? My plan will succeed because of your ward of Stendarr! It will prevent Molag Bal from observing or interfering. By the time the ward is down and the amulet is mine, it will already be too late!"
Lyris Titanborn: "You're insane if you think you can betray the God of Schemes!"
Mannimarco: "Naive child! You know nothing! Chim-el Adabal, the red diamond at the center of the Amulet of Kings, is the most powerful Soul Gem ever created! With the amulet in my possession, I will absorb Molag Bal's power, reducing him to an empty husk of ethereal flesh. Then I will trap his essence within the gem! In time, the name Molag Bal will be forgotten! In time, all of Tamriel will bow down before me! Soon, the God of Schemes will have a new name: Mannimarco!"
Sai Sahan: "I do not like Mannimarco as a mortal. I think I will like him even less as a god."

Sancre Tor Inner Courtyard

Sai Sahan: "Please. A moment, my friends. I ... I must rest before we continue."
Lyris Titanborn: "Sai? Are you all right? That bastard really hurt you, didn't he? I swear to the gods I'll take his head off!"
Sai Sahan: "I'll be fine, Snow Lily. I just need a moment to catch my breath."
Lyris Titanborn: "Take all the time you need. I'll keep watch. If there's anything I can do, just name it."
Abnur Tharn: "An enchanting moment. I'll be over here, bringing up my lunch."

Sancre Tor Vault

Abnur Tharn: "Dank corridors, crumbling walls, nauseating smells. This place has all the charm of a Riften brothel. It must feel very much like home to you, Titanborn."
Lyris Titanborn: "You mean a crypt filled with the rotting corpses of inbred kings and failed statesmen. Must be what it's like at a Tharn family reunion."
Sai Sahan: "It is more pleasant in the summer months."

Retrieving the Amulet of Kings

Mannimarco: "Miserable fools! You are nothing! I am Mannimarco!"
Abnur Tharn: "Keep Mannimarco occupied! I'll close the portal!"
Mannimarco: "Minions, arise! Obey me!"
Sai Sahan: "I will hold them at the portal! Focus on Mannimarco!"
Mannimarco: "I grow tired of these games!"
Lyris Titanborn: "He's weakening! Don't stop now!"
Mannimarco: "Do you really think that death can stop the most powerful necromancer Tamriel has ever known? This is merely a transition! My first step towards true immortality! Now witness my true power! Watch as I rise up from the grave and ascend to godhood!"
Molag Bal: "Worm! You think you can betray the Lord of Brutality and Domination without consequence? You will pay for your arrogance! You will writhe in agony for the rest of eternity! Your tortured screams will echo throughout Oblivion to serve as a warning to others!"
[After retrieving the Amulet]
Lyris Titanborn: "Everything Mannimarco did was designed to pit us against each other. We can't let that happen. Look what we can accomplish when we work together."
Abnur Tharn: "How uncharacteristically optimistic of you, Titanborn. I may have that embroidered on a pillow."
Lyris Titanborn: "The Divines gave you a nose for a reason, Tharn. So you can keep your mouth shut and still keep breathing."
Abnur Tharn: "Well played, Titanborn. Well played."

The Five Companions

Sai Sahan: "My lord, with your permission."
Varen Aquilarios: "You needn't call me that anymore, Sai Sahan. We are equals now."
Sai Sahan: "All those years ago, when we fought beneath our lord's banner to free the Empire from the Longhouse Emperors, we did so with a dream of freedom and peace in mind―not just for the Empire, but for all of Tamriel. Together we forged a fellowship stronger than any blade, only to see it shattered upon the rocks of deceit by one of our own. That fellowship is no more, yet we four have assembled here, united by a single purpose. It is not vengeance that drives us, but truth and loyalty and justice. I, Sai Sahan, steward of the Abbey of Blades, call for the Five Companions to be reforged this day. By the light of Stendarr, and the heart of Lorkhan, may our blade fellowship be forged anew. And may the Vestige, our mutual friend and ally, become its tip, that we may thrust it straigt into the heart of a Daedric Prince."
Lyris Titanborn: "Sai Sahan is right. You are the member that we should have had all those years ago."
Varen Aquilarios: "It is as the Scrolls foretold. The soulless one will become the brightest of five stars, and they shall guide us to the coming dawn."
Abnur Tharn: "Oh, please. You melodramatic sots! Fine, fine. If seeing one of your foolish prophecies come true will help to ensure the safety of the Empire, I'll play along."
Sai Sahan: "We stand united once more―the Five Companions are reforged, and together we will strike down the God of Schemes!"
Lyris Titanborn: "Come here, my friend. I've got a few things I want to say before you go."


Lyris Titanborn: "Let's not forget the struggles that got us to this point. We're almost home. We just have a bit further to fight."
Abnur Tharn: "Are you all insane? You do realize what we need to do, right? We have to fight a Daedric Prince. Amulet or no, this is going to mean more death. Vestige! Come here. I'll tell you what they're afraid to mention."

The Price of Divine Power

Abnur Tharn: "Of course it is. The fact of the matter stands, however. One of the Five will need to give their life to fuel this attack, when the time comes."
Lyris Titanborn: "So you said before the Vestige arrived. And I've already thought over it. I'll do it."
Sai Sahan: "Snow Lily, no! You should not need to give your life this way. This is my duty―penance for my numerous failures. This is my chance to make things right."
Varen Aquilarios: "The Scrolls said nothing of this moment, and so I am not bound to their dictates. Vestige, I ask that you let me do this one thing. All that has happened was because of my hubris. I shall be the one."
Lyris Titanborn: "Sire, you've done enough. This was Mannimarco's doing, not yours."
Abnur Tharn: "As the one who will fight the Daedric Prince, the Vestige should decide."
Lyris Titanborn: "I don't see you leaping to volunteer, Tharn. Saving your own backside again?"
Abnur Tharn: "Hard as it may be, Lyris, don't be an idiot. I am the only one who knows the ritual and we don't have time to teach anyone else."
Varen Aquilarios: "That's enough. It won't be decided here and now. Vestige, come here. I have some final words for you."

Heart's Grief

The Prophet: "This place is alive with pain and suffering. This must be where Molag Bal torments those who displease him."
Lyris Titanborn: "Look there! Is that Mannimarco?"
Abnur Tharn: "Mannimarco! He was a back-stabbing hypocrite with delusions of godhood. The fool got precisely what he deserved!"
(If Mannimarco is released)
Mannimarco: "You actually released me? Naive fool! Future generations will pay for your weakness!"
Abnur Tharn: "Are you insane? That worm didn't deserve your mercy!"
Lyris Titanborn: "Why do I get the feeling we're going to regret this?"

Seat of Tyranny

The Prophet: "There. That place should serve us well. Let us assemble and prepare the ritual."
Lyris Titanborn: "What do you suppose this place was?"
Sai Sahan: "A temple of some kind. The Dark Anchors may have pulled it into Coldharbour. Or, perhaps it was created by the Daedra to mock the Divines."
Abnur Tharn: "What does it matter? We can't wait any longer. We must perform the ritual. Vestige, it is time for you to make your decision."

The ritual

Abnur Tharn: "Position yourself over there, Vestige. And brace yourself."
(If Lyris Titanborn is the sacrifice)
Sai Sahan: "Snow Lily, no... don't do this. Please."
Lyris Titanborn: "Death is simply life's next great adventure, and I am prepared to make the journey. I hope to see you all again one day, in Sovngarde. Until then, it has been my greatest honor."
(If Sai Sahan is the sacrifice)
Lyris Titanborn: "Sai, I... I'll never forget you. And we'll finish this, I swear it."
Sai Sahan: "I am honored to make this sacrifice. When you think of me, I hope you remember me fondly, and sing songs of this day while you toast to my memory."
(If Varen Aquilarios is the sacrifice)
Lyris Titanborn: "We'll never forget you Sire, or your sacrifice."
Varen Aquilarios: "Great Akatosh, Dragon God of Time, forgive me for my hubris. Grant your divine power to the Vestige and restore your protection to Tamriel, that my sacrifice might not be in vain."
(Regardless of the sacrifice)
Abnur Tharn: "History may not remember your sacrifice, but those present here will never forget it. Divines of Tamriel! With this vessel of your power, the Amulet of Kings, I call upon your strength! Let this noble sacrifice be a testament to our desire to set things right and restore balance to the Mundus! Your champion stands ready! Accept this offering and imbue this vestige with your glory! Let the will of Molag Bal be denied! Vestige! Now is the time! You must ascend the path and face the Daedric Prince! You must face the God of Schemes alone. I will get the others to safety. Go!"

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 January 18, 2013. The Elder Scrolls Online (Lawrence Schick). Alliances at War
  2. Chronicles of the Five Companions 4
  3. 23 January, 2014 ESO Voice Cast Announced
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