FANDOM


  • Each Daedric Prince has his own Oblivion plane. But what happens if you worship more than one Prince at a time? Where will you go where you die? Will the princes allow you to worship more than one?

      Loading editor
    • The Dragonborn is going to Sovngarde no matter what if Tsun spoke truth, but for regulars maybe the last one they worshipped gets them...

      Or the first one.

        Loading editor
    • 80.216.196.220 wrote:
      The Dragonborn is going to Sovngarde no matter what if Tsun spoke truth, but for regulars maybe the last one they worshipped gets them...

      Or the first one.

      or the one they are the most loyal to

        Loading editor
    • 80.216.196.220 wrote:
      The Dragonborn is going to Sovngarde no matter what if Tsun spoke truth, but for regulars maybe the last one they worshipped gets them...

      Or the first one.

      But only Nords/Atmorans go to Soverngarde, so if the Dovahkiin was any other race other than a Nord, they'd just go to Aetherius, neither would the Ebony Warrior because he is a Redgaurd

        Loading editor
    • 74.47.38.2 wrote:
      80.216.196.220 wrote:
      The Dragonborn is going to Sovngarde no matter what if Tsun spoke truth, but for regulars maybe the last one they worshipped gets them...

      Or the first one.

      But only Nords/Atmorans go to Soverngarde, so if the Dovahkiin was any other race other than a Nord, they'd just go to Aetherius, neither would the Ebony Warrior because he is a Redgaurd

      However it has been said that anyone can enter Sovngarde if they prove themselves worthy

        Loading editor
    • And the Ebony warrior for chalenging the dragonborn and not being a total pushover (eg. Aludin) ┬áhe surly earned his place in sovengarde.

        Loading editor
    • If you're a regular mortal? Your Soul goes to the Prince with the strongest claim (that actually wants your Soul). The Princes only care about Souls of individuals that entertain them: their Planes are personalized antfarms, and the Daedra do not gain anything from Souls other than a bit more amusement.

      If you're a Dragonblooded mortal Hero who has consumed hundreds of Dragon Souls and defeated in combat the Nordic Aspect of Aka(-Tusk), Alduin the World-Eater? Your fate is your own. You may ascend to godhood, go to the Plane of your choice in Oblivion, go to the Dreamsleeve, go to Sovngarde, remain immortal and travel Nirn as does the Nerevarine, so on and so forth. No one owns you, nor is it within the power of anyone to own you: you are Ada, you are a Dragon, and you are a Hero.

      And nothing binds you to Aka(tosh) just because you are a Dragon: there is quite literally nothing to suggest that Dragonborn must be claimed by the Time Dragon that ordained them. Shards of an Aedroth are not finite, and just because Akatosh/Alkosh/Auriel/what have you gave you the dragonblood does not mean they must take that Dragon Soul back.

        Loading editor
    • There are maaaany different factors.

      If you are mad or worship Sheogorath he will always find a way to claim your soul if he wants to. (Like he did with son of Malacath)

      Sometimes your soul is split into pieces for everyone.

      Also, Hircine claims Werewolfes, Molag Bal vampires, Sheogorath madmen, Malacath orcs etc.

      If you stopped worshipping a prince and started to worship someone else, the first one loses his rights for your soul.

        Loading editor
    • -AR- wrote:
      If you're a regular mortal? Your Soul goes to the Prince with the strongest claim (that actually wants your Soul). The Princes only care about Souls of individuals that entertain them: their Planes are personalized antfarms, and the Daedra do not gain anything from Souls other than a bit more amusement.

      If you're a Dragonblooded mortal Hero who has consumed hundreds of Dragon Souls and defeated in combat the Nordic Aspect of Aka(-Tusk), Alduin the World-Eater? Your fate is your own. You may ascend to godhood, go to the Plane of your choice in Oblivion, go to the Dreamsleeve, go to Sovngarde, remain immortal and travel Nirn as does the Nerevarine, so on and so forth. No one owns you, nor is it within the power of anyone to own you: you are Ada, you are a Dragon, and you are a Hero.

      And nothing binds you to Aka(tosh) just because you are a Dragon: there is quite literally nothing to suggest that Dragonborn must be claimed by the Time Dragon that ordained them. Shards of an Aedroth are not finite, and just because Akatosh/Alkosh/Auriel/what have you gave you the dragonblood does not mean they must take that Dragon Soul back.

      Daedric Princes care about souls because they give them power.

      Nerevarine is still alive because of corprus disease (it makes you immune to dying from age) he just went for an expedition on Akavir.

      I don't think you can control your soul after death. You certainly can't ascend to godhood. If you could, every person from Septim dynasty would be a god. You can only become a god when other gods give you the gift of godhood or when you achieve CHIM. Daedric princes are still way more powerful than you and Sheogorath would be very happy to have the soul of a Dragonborn hero.

        Loading editor
    • I think it depends on what you do that defines where you go.

        Loading editor
    • Is there a limbo in the tamreil universe and can you join alduin there

        Loading editor
    • From how it sort of works Daedric princes get there power from souls same wit Aedra (why the elves banned the worship of Talos) you could escend to godhood if you were as powerful, might, and strong as Talos. Which you might be. And the Daedra with the most powerful hold on your soul would claim you, if you help merida but dont do what she wants you to you probably wont go to her realm but you pray to molag bol and you follow his orders and your a vampire you'll go to his realm like my new Ebony Pirate (im not going to make him) but he found meridas beacon and grabbed it (which he did not) he did the quest kept the sword but didnt slay undead and hunt them down. Instead he follows Boathiah using her artifact praying to her and bowing to her every order. And -AR- you are correct, but it would be pretty hard abd possibly painful to ascend to godhood.

        Loading editor
    • Tyler he's going either he's going to akatosh or sovngarde depending on the dragonborns choice what is each Daedric prince want to open up a living gate to just kill each other Dragonborn might decide on one of them or just wanting the battle to rage on but it is akatosh's choice about it

        Loading editor
    • 213.73.25.172 wrote:

      -AR- wrote:
      If you're a regular mortal? Your Soul goes to the Prince with the strongest claim (that actually wants your Soul). The Princes only care about Souls of individuals that entertain them: their Planes are personalized antfarms, and the Daedra do not gain anything from Souls other than a bit more amusement.

      If you're a Dragonblooded mortal Hero who has consumed hundreds of Dragon Souls and defeated in combat the Nordic Aspect of Aka(-Tusk), Alduin the World-Eater? Your fate is your own. You may ascend to godhood, go to the Plane of your choice in Oblivion, go to the Dreamsleeve, go to Sovngarde, remain immortal and travel Nirn as does the Nerevarine, so on and so forth. No one owns you, nor is it within the power of anyone to own you: you are Ada, you are a Dragon, and you are a Hero.

      And nothing binds you to Aka(tosh) just because you are a Dragon: there is quite literally nothing to suggest that Dragonborn must be claimed by the Time Dragon that ordained them. Shards of an Aedroth are not finite, and just because Akatosh/Alkosh/Auriel/what have you gave you the dragonblood does not mean they must take that Dragon Soul back.

      Daedric Princes care about souls because they give them power.

      Nerevarine is still alive because of corprus disease (it makes you immune to dying from age) he just went for an expedition on Akavir.

      I don't think you can control your soul after death. You certainly can't ascend to godhood. If you could, every person from Septim dynasty would be a god. You can only become a god when other gods give you the gift of godhood or when you achieve CHIM. Daedric princes are still way more powerful than you and Sheogorath would be very happy to have the soul of a Dragonborn hero.

      Are daedra princess way more powerful than alduin? Who can litteraly destroy the world, because i dont see any daedra princes destroying the world, oh and we kill alduin

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
*Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, Fandom will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.

Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.

Stream the best stories.

Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.

Get Disney+