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  • After the Neverine finds Sotha Sil's body and kills Almalexia, what happens to them? Will they be in Azura's Moonshadow where they will be tortured for all eternity for using Kagrenac's Tools?

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    • Theoretically it's possible, but unlikely. The game never outlines what happens to them after death, and I doubt Azura would torture them indefinitely. She's no Molag Bal.

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    • Purrington wrote: Theoretically it's possible, but unlikely. The game never outlines what happens to them after death, and I doubt Azura would torture them indefinitely. She's no Molag Bal.

      What do you think happens? I know it's never said, but knowing lore, what do you think?

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    • Hard to tell. I'm not even sure what realm of Aetherius the Dunmer pass into in the afterlife. All I know is that they are cremated into ash, and returned to the soil from whence they came.

      (Also, I've only played Morrowind a few times, I've yet to finish the story)

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    • I honestly don't know why people blame Azura for what happened to the Tribunal, including among the fandom.  All she did was change their people's skin colour, which may have been for the better for all we know (aesthetically speaking, it's extremely beautiful too).  I could be wrong, but didn't she merely predict that Nerevar would be reborn?  Prophesying something isn't the same as making it happen.  As far as I can tell, the downfall of the Tribunal was their own doing, she just let them know that it would happen.  Honestly amongst all the gods in the TES universe, she seems like she's the most mistreated both inside and outside the universe.  Good thing she doesn't seem to care what other people think of her, otherwise it would very easy for her to be miserable. :/

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