04: Politics in Morrowind

In another listener-suggested episode we talk about politics in Morrowind. We split our time between the Almsivi (the Tribunal Temple) and the Great Houses. If you’re interested in finding out more about the members of the Tribunal themselves, keep an eye on the blog. There’s an article headed your way.

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Corrections:

  • I referred to Lord Kagrenac as the Chief Atonal Architect under Dumac Dwarfking, but he is actually the Chief Tonal Architect. Big difference. (Full disclosure: I realized this mistake before publishing this episode, but didn’t feel like going back and changing that one thing and then exporting again.)

7 responses to “04: Politics in Morrowind

  1. Again I must clarify that Vivec, Almalexia and Sotha Sil was the councilors of Lord Indoril Nerevar. Vivec being Hortator and Almalexia being Nerevars wife and Queen. When Nerevar died to Voryn Dagoth, the Tribunal came into power. Years later Sotha Sil learned how to use the tools on the heart and tap of the divinity. At the moment the three of them did so Azura appeared and cursed the Chimeri people to become Dunmer. Later they started to worship their divine leaders as deities. Before this they worshiped ancestors and good daedra.

    • I am purposefully trying to be ambiguous about it, because the 36 Lessons of Vivec tell a different version of events.

    • Seems like you fixed it without me even noticing.
      I suck your podcasts up like a sponge; Thank you so much, you’re doing a great service to the Elder Scrolls community!

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