A Treatise on the Moral Consequences of Dungeon Crawls
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Fandoms: Elder Scrolls, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Elder Scrolls Online
22 Aug 2018
Fayrl Indoril, a Dunmer assassin from the second era, and Ma’zurah, a Khajiiti mage from the third era make an unlikely team, but when they find themselves thrown together in fourth era Skyrim, it’s all they can do to survive and figure out what in Oblivion is going on.
An attempt to expand upon the physical world of The Elder Scrolls, portray NPCs with three dimensional personalities, provide alternative and common-sense solutions to the problems of Skyrim, depict real-life consequences to trivial bits of Elder Scrolls lore, and create an emotionally authentic, character driven narrative all at once.
Contains mature content, including graphic depictions of sexual and violent acts--sometimes at the same time. Sorry, the Mephala worshipper insisted.