Religion & Legends

Trinimac House Idol

This ancient Trinimac House Idol, from late in the First Era, shows that even during the time of the original Orsinium, some Orcs were intent on worshiping Trinimac—even if they only did so in the privacy of their own homes. Tiny statues such as this one depicted stylized beasts cast from solid gold that were

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Untold Legends

This book appears as a black book in the Dragonborn expansion to Skyrim, but this version differs slightly. As the great ships of men crawled the waves to their destinies, there were, after long years, a number of tales lost in the mists of morning. Even after the forgetting though, wisps of story find ways

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Understanding the Living Gods

Author: Rigurt the Brash Dear Thane Vigli Storm-Breast, Honored leader of the Nord Cultural Exchange, it is I, Rigurt the Brash, writing to you in Windhelm as you requested. I continue my study and exchange of information with the little Dark Elves of Morrowind, as you ordered. (Why you sent Rigurt away after he only

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Twilight Rites and Hymns

On the S’virash Sahaala The “Chase Away” song is one of the three Dusk-Canticles that fell from the tongue of Azurah in the Dawn Time. Like the Twilight Lady herself, the “Chase Away” song is slippery and unpredictable. It should not be sung unless the need is great. In ancient times it was used to

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