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'''Bendu Olo''' was the [[Colovia]]n king of [[Anvil]] during the [[First Era]] and the Baron-Admiral of the [[All Flags Navy]] who led the campaign to wipe out the [[Sload]] from the coral kingdom of [[Thras]] in 1E2200 after the [[Thrassian Plague]].
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{{For|the character in Oblivion|Bendu Olo (Oblivion)}}
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'''Bendu Olo''' was the [[Colovia]]n king of [[Anvil]] during the [[First Era]] and the Baron-Admiral of the [[All Flags Navy]] who led the campaign to wipe out the [[Sload]] from the coral kingdom of [[Thras]] in [[1E 2200]] after the [[Thrassian Plague]].<ref>''[[Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition: Wild Regions]]''</ref> The [[All Flags Navy]] consisted of forces from the sources of the [[Colovian Estates]], [[Nibenay Valley]],<ref>''[[Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition: Cyrodiil]]''</ref> [[Summerset Isles]],<ref>''[[Journal of Tsona-Ei, Part One]]''</ref> [[Hammerfell]], and likely [[High Rock]] as well.<ref>''[[Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Hammerfell]]''</ref> Following the sinking of Thras, he returned to his home city and began converting the then Anvil Fortress into the [[Castle Anvil]].<ref group="UL">''[http://en.uesp.net/wiki/General:Special_ZOS_Lore_Master_Interview_with_Lawrence_Schick Special ZOS Lore Master Interview with Lawrence Schick]''</ref>
   
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It is possible that Bendu Olo is in someway related to Olaj Olo, the supposed [[Nord]]ic demi-god of mead, who fought alongside [[Ysgramor (Lore)|Ysgramor]]'s [[Five Hundred Companions]],<ref group="UL">''[[The Five Hundred Mighty Companions or Thereabouts of Ysgramor the Returned]]''</ref> and Rusio Olo, a knight of the [[Order of the Hour]].<ref name=SRO>''[[Statue of Rusio Olo]]''</ref>
   
==Appearances==
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==Trivia==
*[[Pocket Guide to The Empire, First Edition]]
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*[[Bendu Olo (Oblivion)|Bendu Olo]]'s name appears as the default name for the player character in ''[[The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Construction Set]]''.
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*In the game manual for {{Skyrim}}, the character that the game developers use is called Bendu Olo. His name is also used as an example character in the official tutorial for creating a quest in ''Skyrim''<nowiki>'</nowiki>s [[Creation Kit]].
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*In the preview video for {{Blades}} shown at Bethesda's E3 conference in 2018, the name of the player character is Bendu Olo.
   
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==Trivia==
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*Bendu Olo's name appears as the default name in [[The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Construction Set]] but is not the [[Hero of Kvatch]].
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[[pl:Bendu Olo (król Anvil)]]
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[[ru:Бенду Оло (Lore)]]
*[[Pocket Guide to The Empire, First Edition]]
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Latest revision as of 22:37, January 4, 2020

For the character in Oblivion, see Bendu Olo (Oblivion).

Bendu Olo was the Colovian king of Anvil during the First Era and the Baron-Admiral of the All Flags Navy who led the campaign to wipe out the Sload from the coral kingdom of Thras in 1E 2200 after the Thrassian Plague.[1] The All Flags Navy consisted of forces from the sources of the Colovian Estates, Nibenay Valley,[2] Summerset Isles,[3] Hammerfell, and likely High Rock as well.[4] Following the sinking of Thras, he returned to his home city and began converting the then Anvil Fortress into the Castle Anvil.[UL 1]

It is possible that Bendu Olo is in someway related to Olaj Olo, the supposed Nordic demi-god of mead, who fought alongside Ysgramor's Five Hundred Companions,[UL 2] and Rusio Olo, a knight of the Order of the Hour.[5]

TriviaEdit

References

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  1. Special ZOS Lore Master Interview with Lawrence Schick
  2. The Five Hundred Mighty Companions or Thereabouts of Ysgramor the Returned
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