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"You no longer bear the burden of prophecy. You have achieved your destiny. You are free. The doomed Dwemer's folly, Lord Dagoth's temptation, the Tribunal's seduction, the god's heart freed, the prophecy fulfilled. All fates sealed and sins redeemed. If you have pity, mourn the loss, but let the weeping cease. The Blight is gone, and the sun's golden honey gilds the land. Hail savior, Hortator, and Nerevarine. Your people look to you for protection. Monster and villains great and small still threaten the people of Vvardenfell. Enemies and evils abound, yet indomitable will might rid Morrowind of all its ills. For you, our thanks and blessings; our gift and token given. Come; take this thing from the hand of god."
―Azura[src]

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Azura's Spirit is an avatar of the Daedric Prince Azura, that appears before the Nerevarine at the end of the main quest in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, inside the Citadel of Dagoth Ur, and at the conclusion of The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal in Mournhold's Temple courtyard.

InteractionsEdit

The Path of the IncarnateEdit

During the Third Trial, the Nerevarine travels to the Cavern of the Incarnate. There, they receive a vision from her instructing them in their next steps: to be named Nerevarine by four tribes and become Hortator of three Great Houses.

The Citadels of the Sixth HouseEdit

After defeating Dagoth Ur, the Nerevarine encounters her briefly. She will bring a conclusion to the main questline, then will give the Ring of Azura as a reward and a blessing to the Hero.

The Mad GodTREdit

After defeating Almalexia, the Nerevarine returns to Mournhold from Clockwork City, as they walk out of the temple she appears to the Hero, and explains how Sotha Sil was not mad, but Almalexia was. She further states that the Tribunal is gone.

TriviaEdit

  • Her apparition is scripted, and she remains invisible when spawned with console commands.
  • During the opening sequence of a new game, prior to choosing a name, Azura's Spirit says, "They have taken you from the Imperial City's prison, first by carriage and now by boat, to the east to Morrowind. Fear not, for I am watchful, you have been chosen."

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