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And that's where Keshu led us. To Gideon, the Imperial stronghold in [[Murkmire]], where she was determined to establish a more inviting and vibrant "modern" Argonian society. Her plans, as she explained them to us during the journey, was to start out by bringing the things we learned and discovered during our time in [[Morrowind (Online)|Morrowind]] and [[Skyrim (Online)|Skyrim]] to Gideon, and then begin a series of quests to re-discover the secrets of the ancient Argonian civilization. "I do not want to change our culture," Keshu assured us. "I want to enhance it and bring back the glory we had and lost in ages past."
 
And that's where Keshu led us. To Gideon, the Imperial stronghold in [[Murkmire]], where she was determined to establish a more inviting and vibrant "modern" Argonian society. Her plans, as she explained them to us during the journey, was to start out by bringing the things we learned and discovered during our time in [[Morrowind (Online)|Morrowind]] and [[Skyrim (Online)|Skyrim]] to Gideon, and then begin a series of quests to re-discover the secrets of the ancient Argonian civilization. "I do not want to change our culture," Keshu assured us. "I want to enhance it and bring back the glory we had and lost in ages past."
   
We may not have all agreed with everything Keshu outlined on our journey home, but we believed in the Black Fin. We would follow her to [[Oblivion (Realm)|Oblivion]] and back if she asked it of us. So it wasn't that far a leap to realize that we were going to help her achieve her dream for our people.
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We may not have all agreed with everything Keshu outlined on our journey home, but we believed in the Black Fin. We would follow her to [[Oblivion]] and back if she asked it of us. So it wasn't that far a leap to realize that we were going to help her achieve her dream for our people.
   
 
As we approach the borders of [[Murkmire]], this ongoing narrative comes to an end. I may write again in the future, but I imagine that my free time will evaporate like a small puddle on a hot day as soon as we get settled in Gideon. But if you ever make it to our fair city, stop by and say hello. We welcome all visitors—Argonians and dryskins alike!
 
As we approach the borders of [[Murkmire]], this ongoing narrative comes to an end. I may write again in the future, but I imagine that my free time will evaporate like a small puddle on a hot day as soon as we get settled in Gideon. But if you ever make it to our fair city, stop by and say hello. We welcome all visitors—Argonians and dryskins alike!

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