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  • January 8, 2016

    Haha refuse to believe? Well, the people of Tamriel are gonna believe what they want whether you like it or not. 

    Amuses me everyday to no end that we're having these deep discussions about things that don't exist. 

  • January 8, 2016

    Possibly. He certainly had the motive. He technically was driven out of Altmora and Old Ehlnofey by Lorhkan's forces. He failed. Trinimac, on the other hand, his greatest knight, his champion, succeeds in defeating Lorkhan. Trinimac was on the frontlines, was with his troops. That garners respect and admiration. And possible envy. 

    Geez, even Anu and Padomey squabble in the myths over a decidedly female entity, Nir.  Why would their "children" be any different. These are the myths. Yes, written by mortals and possibly not true, but evidence clearly suggests that the people of Tamriel have a tendency to humanize their gods. If people don't want to believe that, that's fine, but that's not what the evidence points to in that particular culture and we're analyzing what the gods did based on accounts of myths and legends that were probably not even written down until the Merethic era. 

  • January 8, 2016

    Well, it makes sense that Trinimac was the Hero, he was with his troops and all that. I actually see the similiriaty between him and Malacath. As games suggest, Orcs and Malacath have very close relationship, just as Trinimac had with his followers. 

    It´s almost like Malacath haven´t changed much, being mostly Trinimac 2.0. Except for that cutting the civilization out of him. 

    I really like this prospect of Auri-El being jelous of Trinimac. I like it a lot.

  • January 8, 2016

    People of Tamriel believe many different things, not all of them necessarily true. Just like the people of our own real world.

    I want to find out what is true or at least the version closest to it.

    Lol, we could have been having the same discussion about things that exist as well) In a nonexistant world though, we have at least a little chance to actually find out what's going on))

  • January 8, 2016

    But you realize that the myths of a particular race, the way their humanized gods act, reflects the features of that race itself, huh? I really doubt Aldmer would have a myth about Auri-El framing Trinimac, what such a myth would say about them? But who could have such a myth? Some Aldmer haters?

    It's a really intriguing thing though)) What if?... Lol)

  • January 8, 2016

    You and your sexual diseases. 

    Sounds to me more like a chrysalis holding inside it a beautiful Orc/Altmer mess of a butterfly of knowledge and cray cray.

  • January 8, 2016

    And somewhere in the middle of these two myths is the truth?

  • January 8, 2016

    I bet you´re speaking about me. Because I´m beautiful as Altmer, but with a soul of Orc 

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    January 8, 2016
    You want Jake's two septums? Jake: Malacath is my creator and leader of my people, we worship him for that. I have faced his trials for him to be cool with me being a Werewolf. My Greatsword is the product of both Malacath and Hircine and my Bow is for Hircine. Trinimac became Malacath by an evil Prince.
  • January 8, 2016

    Well, Jake, I´ll be sure to grab a popcorn and sit back when you die and those two Princes will fight for your soul