Something I Noticed in Dragonborn

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2 years ago#1
They added armors seen in Morrowind, but not any Dunmer weapons. Whats up with that? I want my Dark Elven weapons.
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2 years ago#2
Whateva bro you got glass, that's what any good Dunmer should aspire to wield.
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2 years ago#3
RINGOUT posted...
Whateva bro you got glass, that's what any good Dunmer should aspire to wield.


And Ebony.
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2 years ago#4
Dunmer would aspire to use Daedric weapons IMO. Especially since their entire religion is based off of the worship of three daedric princes (azura, boethia and mephala) known as the trinity
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2 years ago#5
the_arisen posted...
Dunmer would aspire to use Daedric weapons IMO. Especially since their entire religion is based off of the worship of three daedric princes (azura, boethia and mephala) known as the trinity


I dunno if their religion is "based" off that worship. If I remember right that aspect is pretty new since the events in tribunal.

Anyway, by dunmer weapons what exactly do you mean? Morrowind weapons were pretty much neutral in their design.
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2 years ago#6
the_arisen posted...
Dunmer would aspire to use Daedric weapons IMO. Especially since their entire religion is based off of the worship of three daedric princes (azura, boethia and mephala) known as the trinity


>>known as the trinity

Wrong religion.
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2 years ago#7
rodman870 posted...
the_arisen posted...
Dunmer would aspire to use Daedric weapons IMO. Especially since their entire religion is based off of the worship of three daedric princes (azura, boethia and mephala) known as the trinity


I dunno if their religion is "based" off that worship. If I remember right that aspect is pretty new since the events in tribunal.

Anyway, by dunmer weapons what exactly do you mean? Morrowind weapons were pretty much neutral in their design.


Wat. Daedra were always an important part of Dunmer culture; before, during, and after the reign of ALMSIVI

And he means chitin, bonemold, etc probably
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2 years ago#8
RebelElite791 posted...
rodman870 posted...
the_arisen posted...
Dunmer would aspire to use Daedric weapons IMO. Especially since their entire religion is based off of the worship of three daedric princes (azura, boethia and mephala) known as the trinity


I dunno if their religion is "based" off that worship. If I remember right that aspect is pretty new since the events in tribunal.

Anyway, by dunmer weapons what exactly do you mean? Morrowind weapons were pretty much neutral in their design.


Wat. Daedra were always an important part of Dunmer culture; before, during, and after the reign of ALMSIVI

And he means chitin, bonemold, etc probably


I thought the trinity was the name used for the worship of the three daedra princes.. and I thought the tribunal was the name used for the worship of frauds Almellexia, Vivec and the other one. Although to be fair I was pretty drunk when I started playing through the DB, so I may not be remembering that correctly
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2 years ago#9
theyre called the trilobite
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