Hermaeus Mora's realm of Oblivion, Apocrypha, means "hidden" in Ancient Greek.

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User Info: shadowmoses2121

shadowmoses2121
3 years ago#1
I thought that that was kind of interesting. I'm guessing that the name refers to the knowledge that is hidden within the realm. Sorry if this has been mentioned here before, I just got Dragonborn the other day and noticed that. Pretty clever of the lore-writers, in my opinion.
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User Info: RebelElite791

RebelElite791
3 years ago#2
Apocryphal is a fairly common word
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PathlessBullet
3 years ago#3
Shut up meg.
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User Info: Atrabilious

Atrabilious
3 years ago#4
You've got some weird stuff in your sig. TC.
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User Info: forrestzK08

forrestzK08
3 years ago#5
PathlessBullet posted...
Shut up meg.
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User Info: deadpool223

deadpool223
3 years ago#6
shadowmoses2121 posted...
I thought that that was kind of interesting. I'm guessing that the name refers to the knowledge that is hidden within the realm. Sorry if this has been mentioned here before, I just got Dragonborn the other day and noticed that. Pretty clever of the lore-writers, in my opinion.


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User Info: TrialZero654

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3 years ago#7
Atrabilious posted...
You've got some weird stuff in your sig. TC.


haha, i legit WTF'd at the second one...... then i watched the third one....
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User Info: HoonDing

HoonDing
3 years ago#8
Y'all seriously need to get some Text-to-Image addon for your browsers, yo.

The writers are usually a bit more savvy than you'd think when it comes to this kind of stuff. The story arcs may not be the strongest, but the tie-ins with existing lore are usually pretty interesting.
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User Info: RebelElite791

RebelElite791
3 years ago#9
HoonDing posted...
Y'all seriously need to get some Text-to-Image addon for your browsers, yo.

The writers are usually a bit more savvy than you'd think when it comes to this kind of stuff. The story arcs may not be the strongest, but the tie-ins with existing lore are usually pretty interesting.


It's not terribly clever, as I said, apocryphal is not an uncommon word <.<
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User Info: Tarentula

Tarentula
3 years ago#10
Hahahahaaaahaa omg I nearly died from laughing at TC's turd sig .gif

Goodness gracious....but yeah it's a fairly common word. Like apothecary?
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