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  • Hey guys, I've recently looked at the Bugs in a jar theory and have seen that the letters may be Runes.

    Maybe the 'runes' on the lids of them could have something to do with the Rune character in the thieves guild? It could link to his parents or something?

    Can anyone see if you can talk to rune and somehow 'give' him the bugs in a jar and/or ask him about them?

    Thanks! I really want to see both of these Easter eggs brought to a close.

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    • recently camelworks posted a video in his youtube channel about this bugs in jars... quite unsatisfyingly, this bugs in jars were "cut-off" contents... they had no whatsoever purposes other than to decorate your home... he obtained this info from one of game developer team member, so i think it is legit...

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    • There's an ongoing theory that each of the runes correspond to a point on the map, or something along those lines. I'll provide a link if I am able to find something about this.

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    • According to a video I saw a while ago, the letter to Rune said "it appears as if they've (his parents) completely erased themselves from history"

      Now, in the Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, you have to help the Gray Fox, a kind of guildmaster, to remove the curse from the Gray Fox cowl or whatever it's called.

      The curse was that the Gray Fox would be, in his exact words, "be erased from history".

      The overlapping of these might suggest that Rune's mother/father/one of his relatives was the Gray Fox. Due to the fact that the curse was removed, however, this is a farfetched and might just be a coincidence.

      Feel free to correct me if I got details wrong.

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    • HighVelocityCactus wrote:
      According to a video I saw a while ago, the letter to Rune said "it appears as if they've (his parents) completely erased themselves from history"

      Now, in the Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, you have to help the Gray Fox, a kind of guildmaster, to remove the curse from the Gray Fox cowl or whatever it's called.

      The curse was that the Gray Fox would be, in his exact words, "be erased from history".

      The overlapping of these might suggest that Rune's mother/father/one of his relatives was the Gray Fox. Due to the fact that the curse was removed, however, this is a farfetched and might just be a coincidence.

      Feel free to correct me if I got details wrong.

      Skyrim took place 200 years after Oblivion took place, so I sorta doubt that... But that's a good idea.

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    • LilyEllaC wrote:

      HighVelocityCactus wrote:
      According to a video I saw a while ago, the letter to Rune said "it appears as if they've (his parents) completely erased themselves from history"

      Now, in the Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, you have to help the Gray Fox, a kind of guildmaster, to remove the curse from the Gray Fox cowl or whatever it's called.

      The curse was that the Gray Fox would be, in his exact words, "be erased from history".

      The overlapping of these might suggest that Rune's mother/father/one of his relatives was the Gray Fox. Due to the fact that the curse was removed, however, this is a farfetched and might just be a coincidence.

      Feel free to correct me if I got details wrong.

      Skyrim took place 200 years after Oblivion took place, so I sorta doubt that... But that's a good idea.

      Yeah that would be unlikely. UNLESS his parents were Altmer

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