05: The Withering / This Many Goblins Left the Cave

In this episode we have two different pieces of creative community lore-work. We begin our episode with a reading of The Withering, a short piece narrated by a rogue Hist in Elsweyr during the war between the Ehlnofey in the Merethic Era. It tells the story of the annihilation of the Hist during said conflict. Special thanks to Reddit user xenoposeidon for writing such a fantastic piece.

In the second part of this episode we listen to rottendeadite‘s reading of Dementor’s great goblin creation myth called This Many Goblins Left the Cave. I would strongly recommend checking out some of rottendeadite‘s other readings as well, specifically he has read all of the 36 Lessons of Vivec.

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One response to “05: The Withering / This Many Goblins Left the Cave

  1. Great work. Haven’t heard all your podcasts yet, but I’m steadily working through them in order. Just skipped to this page to let you know I’m a fan.

    If you need ideas for an episode, how about how the elves relate to each other. For instance, the Dunmer seem to not want to have anything to do with the Aldmeri Dominion. And why is Malacath part of the House of Troubles? I understand Mehrunes Dagon, Molag Bal, and Sheogorath, but what does the Orcish patron threaten to do to the Dunmer? The Bosmer and the Green Pact – does that disturb the etiquette and refined Altmer? What did Trinimac do to upset Boethiah? Was Trinimac an Aedra or Elven mortal hero or both? Any ideas on the religion / ideas of the Falmer or Maromer? What do the Orsimmer believe? Did Malacath abandon his Trinimac ideologies? /rant

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