- Who do Redguards worship?
- Do Bretons like the Empire?
- How do I join the empire?
- Are Bretons Imperials?
- Are Bretons loyal to the empire?
- Is Daggerfall still free?
- Is Daggerfall bigger than Skyrim?
- What races are in the Daggerfall Covenant?
- What God do high elves worship?
- Are Bretons short?
- Are Bretons the shortest race?
- Where are Bretons from eso?
- Do Redguards like the Empire?
- Are Nords imperial or Stormcloak?
- Would a redguard join the Stormcloaks?
Who do Redguards worship?
They worship Satakal, Ruptga, Tu’whacca, Tava, and several others.
Do Bretons like the Empire?
Bretons have a rocky history with the Empire but are still (distantly) loyal, and they certainly have no reason to side with Ulfric or be that interested in Skyrim’s independence.
How do I join the empire?
To join the Imperial Legion, the Dragonborn must travel to Solitude and find General Tullius in Castle Dour, which is found by following the path up the ramps. Castle Dour will be to the left, guarded by Imperial soldiers. Tullius will say to speak with Legate Rikke.
Are Bretons Imperials?
As I know it, Bretons are more of an ethnic race descendent of elves and Imperials are more like a nationality that for the most part became prominent around the time of Tiber Septum doing epic things and becoming emperor.
Are Bretons loyal to the empire?
Bretons are an extremely independent people, but are also still loyal to the Empire. As such, you could side with either.
Is Daggerfall still free?
A while back, Bethesda allowed free downloads of Daggerfall from the official website for The Elder Scrolls. However, the old website has been removed for Skyrim promotion and the page for Daggerfall is no longer there.
Is Daggerfall bigger than Skyrim?
From what I could find, Arena is around 6,000,000km 2 , and Daggerfall is 161,600km 2 . If you’re curious, according to the wiki, Morrowind is 15.54km 2 , Oblivion is 41.44km 2 , and Skyrim is 38.33km 2 .
What races are in the Daggerfall Covenant?
Daggerfall Covenant is a Faction in Elder Scrolls Online. The Daggerfall Covenant is a compact between the peoples of northwest Tamriel—Bretons, Redguards, and Orcs—that forms an alliance of mutual defense, with a vision of establishing peace and order across Tamriel.
What God do high elves worship?
The Altmer worship the Aedra, which overlap with the Divines with the exception of Talos. They reject Talos because he’s kind of the antithesis of the key difference they cling to regarding the man and Mer creation myth.
Are Bretons short?
So bretons are a warrior culture with lots of different knights and warring kingdoms – this doesn’t necessarily put the image of a tiny, weak people like we see in this modpack. Furthermore, they’re descended from elves and nedes where there is no evidence that either of these groups are particularly short.
Are Bretons the shortest race?
Female Bretons/Khajiit are the shortest.
Where are Bretons from eso?
Bretons are the human descendants of the Aldmeri-Nedic Manmer of the Merethic Era and are now the inhabitants of the province of High Rock. They are united in culture and language, even though they are divided politically, for High Rock is a fractious region.
Do Redguards like the Empire?
The Redguards dislike the Empire for betraying them, and they despise the Thalmor because they fought a bloody war against them. They would actually fight the Thalmor and the Aldmeri Dominion. They’re still pretty ticked at the Empire for just trying to give their land away.
Are Nords imperial or Stormcloak?
As a smart Nord, Imperial to avoid fighting the elvish empire alone down the line. As a shortsighted Nord, Stormcloaks because YEAH SKYRIM IS FOR NORDS! In the context of the events of the game, the Empire’s best for Skyrim.
Would a redguard join the Stormcloaks?
A Redguard would most likely support the Stormcloaks as an independent Skyrim would very likely be an ally to Hammerfell and cut off High Rock from Cyrodiil. That said, it could really go either way. Just being a Redguard does not mean he has any loyalty to Hammerfell or agree with their decisions.