lleran:

The Saints of Morrowind

If you would learn valor, follow St. Nerevar the Captain, patron of Warriors and Statesmen. Lord Nerevar helped to unite the barbarian Dunmer tribes into a great nation, culminating in his martyrdom when leading the Dunmer to victory against the evil Dwemer and the traitorous House Dagoth in the Battle of Red Mountain.

lleran:

The Saints of Morrowind

If you would learn valor, follow St. Nerevar the Captain, patron of Warriors and Statesmen. Lord Nerevar helped to unite the barbarian Dunmer tribes into a great nation, culminating in his martyrdom when leading the Dunmer to victory against the evil Dwemer and the traitorous House Dagoth in the Battle of Red Mountain.

(via ebonheart-pact)

michaelkirkbride:

C0DA cover by Ksenia Mamaeva.Based on the first released art for Morrowind, it’s a beautiful rendering of the last story of its people.

michaelkirkbride:

C0DA cover by Ksenia Mamaeva.

Based on the first released art for Morrowind, it’s a beautiful rendering of the last story of its people.

(via ebonheart-pact)

“First, Vaermina attacks my abbey, then she desecrates my shine, and now this. If I didn’t know better, I might think it was personal.”
—Azura
#elder scrolls #elder scrolls online #azura #vaermina

sinilakki:

A messy Tribunal edit of the Anticipations pic.

sinilakki:

A messy Tribunal edit of the Anticipations pic.

(via pondwitch)

sinilakki:

The “good” Daedra.

sinilakki:

The “good” Daedra.

(via pondwitch)

sloadship:

Nirn has two moons, Masser and Secunda. Masser orbiting Nirn, and Secunda orbiting Masser.
Both of Nirn’s two moons are acknowledged as the attendant spirits of the mortal plane, and, like such, are both temporal and subject to the bounds of mortality. As such they exist as two separate planes, which have long since perished; it is Secunda and Masser’s death which has led mortals to perceive them as having both texture and limited size, as well as color, all of which are the results of their decay from their former investiture of pure white.
The Lunar Lorkhan suggests that they both originated as one of the halves of Lorkhan’s “flesh-divinity”, cast within the bounds of Nirn at the time of his destruction, and thus, are a personification of the dichotomy that Lorkhan legends often rail against: ideas of good versus evil, being versus nothingness, and so on. It is believed that they were thus purposefully set in the night sky as Lorkhan’s constant reminder to his mortal issue of their duty.

sloadship:

Nirn has two moons, Masser and Secunda. Masser orbiting Nirn, and Secunda orbiting Masser.

Both of Nirn’s two moons are acknowledged as the attendant spirits of the mortal plane, and, like such, are both temporal and subject to the bounds of mortality. As such they exist as two separate planes, which have long since perished; it is Secunda and Masser’s death which has led mortals to perceive them as having both texture and limited size, as well as color, all of which are the results of their decay from their former investiture of pure white.

The Lunar Lorkhan suggests that they both originated as one of the halves of Lorkhan’s “flesh-divinity”, cast within the bounds of Nirn at the time of his destruction, and thus, are a personification of the dichotomy that Lorkhan legends often rail against: ideas of good versus evil, being versus nothingness, and so on. It is believed that they were thus purposefully set in the night sky as Lorkhan’s constant reminder to his mortal issue of their duty.

(via twomoonsdance)


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