ToC: Unlikely Heroes: The Mightiest Weapon (On Hold)

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    Wiemo Spellweaver is different. For starters, he is a Minotaur. He carries no weapon, and wears no armor - he is no warrior. Wiemo Spellweaver is an author and loremaster, a scholar of Tamriel's long and fantastic history. Wiemo knows more than most would know in a lifetime, and he wishes that his race didn't hold him back so. He is a direct descendant of the Line of Mor, making his ancestors Morihaus, as well as the evil Domihaus the Bloody-Horned, Patron of the Dreadhorn Clan. He ran away from his tribe of Minotaurs when he was nineteen, and made his way to Morrowind, where he studied the Dunmer, as well as the long-gone Dwemer. He leaves for Solstheim, to study the last remains of Great House Telvanni, and then makes his way to Skyrim to continue his research on the Deep Elves. Such is the beginning of his story.

    Weimo finds himself in a land of frozen wastelands filled by barbarians and warriors unlike himself. Unlikely Heroes follows a simple scholar in a world of combat and murder. There's only one problem.

    Wiemo is no fighter.

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    Prologue: Across A Sea of Spectres

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    A study on the Dremora, one of the more notorious and dangerous lesser Daedra out there. The House of Orsinium Glories has commissioned Tamriel's greatest scholars to chronicle the tales of the Lesser Daedra that inhabit the planes of Oblivion alongside their more famous and more notorious partners, the Princes. Wiemo is currently writing it, and expects it to be finished rather quickly.

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    Okay. This story follows on my current character, a scholar who is also a Minotaur - a direct descendant of Domihaus the Bloody-Horned. I'm using the Goatman Race by RawrARawr, which I consider the best looking mod to use for a Minotaur build - though, it does look goatlike, obviouslly. These stories also, one per each chapter, feature a journal entry by Wiemo that tells us about what he's discovered lore-wise in the area or in the last few chapters. At the end of each book (This being the first) I'll compile each journal entry into a Journal. Another thing I wanted to mention - all of my lore articles are from the perspective of Wiemo, and as such are recorded here in the subpart 'Wiemo's Works' in which I will link all of Wiemo's greatest factual books. Hopefully you'll enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it - and for all of you lore-terminators out there, there will be some lore inconsistencies. Deal with them. Thanks for reading!

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