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How had things turned out like this? Sure, maybe slipping away from home in the middle of the night and then crossing the border wasn’t the greatest idea, but she couldn’t have predicted the Imperials would be there. She’d been hoping that her grandparents could help her, but now they and all of Helgen were gone. Now she was a fugitive and all she could think to do was pray to Kyne for some sign, any sign that things would be alright.

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  • Golden Fool
    Golden Fool The difficulty with trusting a single source in TES; in this case that guy you mentioned in Oblivion, is that in so many cases there will be contradictions to something even in the same game. Do you remember which character it was? It's hard to discuss wh...  more
    February 4
  • Justiciar Thorien
    Justiciar Thorien I don't remember his name, need to search. I'm sure some Nords did worship the Imp gods, especially the nobles and city folks. But it's really unnatural to see people's original culture so completely erased from memory. I mean, look at RL people. They hav...  more
    February 4
  • Golden Fool
    Golden Fool Well yes it's unnatural for willing allies; which the Nords seem to be for the most part, to have lost so much of their culture in such a short time. People who have been forcibly subjugated tend to lose it fairly quickly as the people in power work towar...  more
    February 4
  • Justiciar Thorien
    Justiciar Thorien Even those who have been forcibly subjugated retain something. You can't strip people of their culture that easily. You can outlaw some elements of it, but something will still remain. A thing like what we see with Nords can only happen when people themse...  more
    February 4