TES3 Morrowind: Sixth House Base

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Caius Cosades

“You’ve spoken with Sul-Matuul and Nibani Maesa, and, from what they say, it sounds like you could really be the Nerevarine. That’s just incredible. But I’ll have to get used to the idea. Let me try to get word to Mehra Milo. Maybe she can find out whether the Dissident Priests have any lost prophecies. But in the meantime, I have a very tough assignment for you. Do you think you’re ready?”

Faern Sargtlin

“I’m ready for anything.”

Caius Cosades

“Hmm. Don’t get over-confident. But it so happens that I agree — you’re ready. But just in case I’m going to give you 400 drakes. Before you head out, make sure you outfit yourself with healing potions, new gear, a little training, whatever you think you need most. And remember: if you get in trouble, back off, rest up, and go back fresh. Don’t get cocky. I think this will be a tough one.”

“Here’s your mission. Fort Buckmoth sent a patrol to Gnaar Mok, hunting smugglers with Sixth House connections. They found a Sixth House base, a Sixth House shrine, and a Sixth House priest named Dagoth Gares. Speak to Champion Raesa Pullia at Fort Buckmoth; she’ll tell you about the patrol and the Sixth House base. Your orders: find that Sixth House base, kill Dagoth Gares, and bring me a full report on the Sixth House base.”

Faern Sargtlin

(go to Balmora Silt Strider and buy passage to Ald’ruhn)
(go to Fort Buckmoth)


Raesa Pullia

“I’m Raesa Pullia, Champion of the Legion garrison here at Buckmoth Legion Fort. And you’re Faern Sargtlin. Caius Cosades sent you, didn’t he? Caius says you’re the one to handle this Sixth House base near Gnaar Mok.”

:Sixth House base:
“Only one trooper returned. He died soon after, horribly disfigured with corprus disease, and out of his wits. In his ravings, he spoke of a cavern on the coast — he called it “Ilunibi.” It’s not on our maps; try asking locals in Gnaar Mok. They fought with cultists and disfigured man-beasts — corprus monsters, I think. They fled the attackers and got lost in the caves. Then they ran into a half-man creature named Dagoth Gares.”

“This Dagoth Gares slew the rest of the patrol, but spared the one trooper. He told the trooper he was being spared, so he might tell others that “The Sleeper Awakes,” and “The Sixth House has Risen,” and “Dagoth Ur is Lord, and I am his Priest,” and “All will be One with Him in the Flesh.” The trooper awakened outside the caves and returned here. We couldn’t recognize him, and he didn’t respond to questions… just kept rambling on like a madman until he died.”

“That’s what the dead trooper called the sea caverns where he found the Sixth House base. It’s not on our maps, and no one here has heard of it. Maybe the locals in Gnaar Mok can tell you where to find it. Or you may have to search for it yourself.”

:Gnaar Mok:
“Gnaar Mok is an island fishing village on the Bitter Coast, roughly west of Caldera and Ald’ruhn. Here. Let me mark it on your map. There is no marked route to Gnaar Mok from Ald’ruhn. It’s no easy trip. Our patrols take the Balmora road. At the Gnisis-Balmora-Ald’ruhn signpost, go south, then immediately west on a side road to Drulene Falen’s cottage. Then head crosscountry west to the coast, with the old Dunmer stronghold at Andasreth as a landmark. When you hit the coast, turn south.”

“Follow the coast, wading around headlands when necessary. Pass a shipwreck. When the coast levels out and turns from barren rock to green swamp, you’re in the Bitter Coast region. Keep south, with the water on your left, until you see Gnaar Mok, an island just off the coast. There’s a crude plank bridge through some rocks to the island itself. It’s a rough place, popular with adventurers, smugglers, and outlaws, but maybe someone in Gnaar Mok can tell you how to find the Ilunibi sea caverns.”

:corprus disease:
“I’ve heard of corprus disease before, but never seen it. The trooper’s flesh was swollen and covered with growths. His bones twisted and lost their shape. He spoke to himself, as if in a dream. We didn’t recognize him at first, except for his clothing and armor. The fort chaplain tried spells and potions, but couldn’t cure the disease. He died soon after he reached the fort. Didn’t realize how fast corprus kills. It sure wasn’t pretty. The troops seem shaken. I’m a little worried myself, to tell the truth.”

Faern Sargtlin

(manage the way into Gnaar Mok)


Valveli Arelas

“Welcome to Gnaar Mok, outlander. It’s small, but dumpy. And I’m Gnaar Mok’s shipmaster, at your service. What’s your destination? Or, if by misfortune you are newly arrived in Gnaar Mok, I grieve for you. But I can steer you to the local services, or to a specific place nearby. If you’re looking for someone in particular, I might be able to help.”

“Ilunibi Caverns. That’s what they call the old sea cave up on the north end of the island, right on Khartag Point. Don’t be poking your nose in there. Someone might object.”

:Khartag Point:
“Yes, that’s on the western coast, not far from here. It’s a gigantic boulder. Some of the orcs consider it a landmark. Why, I don’t know. Some orc or another jumped off on a dare. It didn’t end well.”

Faern Sargtlin

(go to Ilunibi)

Faern Sargtlin

(manage all the way down to Ilunibi, Soul’s Rattle)
(…and face Dagoth Gareth)

Dagoth Gares

“The Sixth House greets you, Lord Nerevar. Or Faern Sargtlin, as you call yourself. I am known as Dagoth Gares, priest of Ilunibi Shrine, and minister to Sixth House servants. My Lord, Dagoth Ur, has informed me of your coming. I wish that this time you had come to honor your Lord’s friendship, not to betray it.”

:Dagoth Ur:
“Dagoth Ur is the Awakened Lord of the Sixth House, come to cast down false gods, drive foreigners from the land, and restore the ancient glory of Morrowind. He bids you come to Red Mountain. For the friendship and honor that once you shared, he would grant you counsel and power, if only you would pledge that friendship anew. The path to Red Mountain is long, and filled with danger, but if you are worthy, you will find there wisdom, a firm friend, and all the power you need to set the world aright.”

:Sixth House:
“The Sixth House was not dead, but only sleeping. Now it wakes from its long dream, and with its Lord, Dagoth Ur, it comes forth to free Morrowind of foreign rulers and divine pretenders. When the land is swept clean of false friends and greedy thieves, the children of Veloth will build anew a garden of plenty in this blighted wasteland.”

:Ilunibi shrine:
“Ilunibi shrine is just a small, quiet retreat for Sixth House servants, a place to contemplate and grow strong and wise in Lord Dagoth’s ways. Here we share the sacraments of flesh and blood, and dream the dreams of our Lord. This and other lesser shrines are hidden from prying eyes throughout the land. But the greatest shrines of Sixth House servants lie beneath Red Mountain, in the citadels of our Lord and his close kin.”

:Sixth House servants:
“Forgive the rude welcome, but until you have declared for us, we must treat you as our enemy. The Sleepers and Dreamers are newly come to Lord Dagoth, and not yet blessed with his power. But the Children of His Flesh, they are deep in the heart of his mysteries. Their bodies swell to contain his glory, and to yield the rich sacraments of our Lord’s feasts. And we are the least of his servants, for Ash Poets, Ascended Sleepers, and Ash Vampires stand high above us in the Lord’s bountiful grace.”

:our enemy:
“Lord Dagoth would far rather have you as a friend than as an enemy. But until you submit to him, Sixth House servants will treat you as an enemy, and try to destroy you. If you wish to be our friend, first you must go to Lord Dagoth in his citadel on Red Mountain, and make your submission.”

:Lord’s friendship:
“Lord Dagoth gives me these words to say to you, so you may give them thought. ‘Once we were friends and brothers, Lord Nerevar, in peace and in war. Yet beneath Red Mountain, you struck me down as I guarded the treasure you bound me by oath to defend. But, remembering our old friendship, I would forgive you, and raise you high in my service.'”

“My Lord Dagoth bids you come to Red Mountain. For the friendship and honor that once you shared, he would grant you counsel and power, if only you would pledge that friendship anew. I am not your Lord Dagoth, yet I, too, would say to you… Do you come with weapons to strike me down? Or would you put away your weapon, and join me in friendship?”

Faern Sargtlin

(fight begins, kill Dagoth Gares, but…)

Dagoth Gares

With his dying breath, Dagoth Gares smiles and curses you. ‘Even as my Master wills, you shall come to him, in his flesh, and of his flesh.’

Faern Sargtlin

(contracted with Corprus disease)
(loot… retrieve Fist of Randagulf Gauntlets among other items)
(go back to Cosades’ house)
(starting being attack by sleeper in town)

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