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Not to be confused with Festival of Madness.

Isle of Madness is a story expansion in The Elder Scrolls: Legends that was released on January 24th, 2019 for the PC, mobile and tablet devices.[1][2] The expansion could be pre-ordered for USD/EUR $/€19.99 or with all premium cards for USD/EUR $/€49.99 starting January 11, 2019. It includes 55 new cards based on the lore about Sheogorath and his plane.[2]

BackgroundEdit

"Over the course of three acts, Isle of Madness whisks players off to the Shivering Isles, where nothing is what it seems at first and no one can be trusted – least of all the Daedric Prince of Madness himself."[2]

PlotEdit

Nagh: "Apologies, Kellen. Nagh was sure he saw water this way."
Kellen: "(sigh) Not to worry. We should have enough to last until we reach the city."
Nagh: "A long ride, that promises to be. Nagh would have a story to forget the heat."
Kellen: "But of course. Indeed, you have just reminded me of one. I saw it not in the scrolls, but in a journal, many years ago. I shall try my best to recall it in the writer's own words."
Talym: "My name is Talym Rend. This is my confession... and my warning."
Talym: "Once I was one of the Empire's most cunning spies."
Talym: "But I left that life behind when my son, Novos, was stricken with a terrible madness. I sought help from the Temple, from outlander healers, and even Ashland mystics. None could help him."
Talym: "So I set out to make a bargain."
Talym: "In Morrowind it is death to commune with Sheogorath, the Daedric Prince of madness. They say he is a corner of the House of Troubles. But to save my boy, I would commune with any devil you could name."
Talym: "And so it was that I sought the fabled land of madness -- a place they call the Shivering Isles. And, gods help me, I found it."

EpisodesEdit

Main article: Campaign (Legends Shivering Isles)

CharactersEdit

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CardsEdit

GameplayEdit

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"A Double Card is two cards in one. When you draw a Double card, it splits into two cards. You can then use those cards independently of each other. Double Cards are added to your deck with a cost equal to the cost of both cards combined."
―Game Terms[src]

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