01: The 36 Lessons of Vivec (Part One)

An ambitious undertaking, for sure. We begin our multi-episode discussion of Vivec’s sprawling theological work known as the 36 Lessons of Vivec. These writings would later become the cornerstone upon which the Tribunal Temple was built.

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3 responses to “01: The 36 Lessons of Vivec (Part One)

  1. I just discovered this podcast when you posted this episode on the TESLore subreddit. I spent a drive from Atlanta to Boston catching up on the whole podcast. It made what is always a terrible drive a lot more entertaining.

    As someone who loves Morrowind, I really enjoyed this episode. Looking forward to part 2!

  2. I’m loving these episodes! I’m to this one so far. I read a lot (Imperial Library especially), but it’s good to take my eyes away from the screen. I listen to them while walking (I walk a lot) to school and such, and exercising. ^.^ They’ve been very informative, and I love learning about TES lore. I run a TES roleplay forum, and I’ve linked to your podcast so my members can find this site and enjoy them as well. ^_^

    I did notice some things were missing on the Mannimarco and Vampirism ep and I’ll get back to you on that once I’ve listened to it again. C: One thing I’d really LOVE for you to cover in your episodes is a bit of obscure lore: the Dreamsleeve. I’ve read a lot of obscure lore stuff, but an understanding of how the Dreamsleeve works has really eluded me.

    Keep up the outstanding work! If you’d like any help from a fellow lore enthusiast, would be glad to. C:

    (I hope this post doesn’t show up a ton of times. My Internet was derping).

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