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  • In spanish her name is translated as Elisif la Justa (the Just), while in Portuguese is translated as Elisif la Bella (the Beauty). So what does "the Fair" stands for? is it because of her looks or her ruling?

    Personally I'm inclined to believe It's because her appearance. Like a surreptitious offense, impliyng that all she does is look good. 

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    • I'm guessing it must be her appearance but i don't think its meant as an offense she was probably called that when Torygg was still alive and the Jarl.

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    • I always thought it was 'just'. Never thought of it being beautiful. I think it's a bit of both.

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    • AzuraKnight wrote:
      I'm guessing it must be her appearance but i don't think its meant as an offense she was probably called that when Torygg was still alive and the Jarl.

      OP: Yeah, I know it didn't take much but you convinced me.

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    • I think it means her appearance, since Erikur says that she's incapable of ruling. Though I would say that she is just.

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