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How does you characters story end?

Aideian
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I know a lot of people have their characters backstory and beginnings figured out but what about their endings? If they have one at all?
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Edited by Aideian on September 21, 2019 1:10PM
  • VaranisArano
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    I've long suspected that my main Dunmer character, Varanis Arano, grows old, bitter, and arrogant, tries to become Nerevarine, fails miserably and is utterly forgotten by history.
    Edited by VaranisArano on September 21, 2019 2:11PM
  • gepe87
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    Unfortunatly Gepe found himself trapped in his Orbservatory Prior, a gift from Seht, where he mastered dark and arcane arts.
    The steady walls and empty rooms led him to become mad and alone until his final days.
    Edited by gepe87 on January 9, 2020 8:14PM
    Gepe, MagSorc | Gepe Indoril, MagSorc
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  • Bashev
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    All my characters end nerfed!
    I am joking but I could not resists.
    Because I can!
  • Watchdog
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    And they lived happily ever after...
    Member of Alith Legion: https://www.alithlegion.com
  • Royaji
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    ZOS nerfs them into the ground. They are brutally murdered by a random wolf. The end.
  • Tai-Chi
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    My Characters' stories never end.

    They are all "Dov", meaning, of Dragon Race, or of Dragon-kind.

    Just like the Ouroboros - the earliest depiction of a dragon, or serpent - their lives revolve in an eternal cycle of renewal.

    PC - EU (Main) & PC - NA
  • Reverb
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    I imagine all my characters will die a bloody death on a battlefield somewhere. Or deep in some underground cave with nobody in Tamriel having any idea.
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  • 2Weenies
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    For my lot of sad sacks...

    - Canoscia Cosades, the proud legate, finally returns home to Kvatch. She puts down her sword and shield, having fulfilled a promise in slaying the Daedric forces responsible for the death of her father. Canoscia then settles down with a loving husband and inevitably has a child.

    - Eugene Marian achieves his life-long goal of becoming notorious enough to overthrow his mother's footsteps, becoming somewhat of a Breton urban legend with his deeds of robbing from rich criminals and defending the poor. He revives his family legacy as a clan of noble thieves, and even becomes a benefactor with the Thieves Guild.

    - Umbaro has served well with the Aldmeri Dominion, and returns home to Shimmerene, where he retires and finally writes those adventure novels he's been putting off for so long. His books aren't best sellers at all, but are popular with newlywed ladies (due to some rather explicit scenes involving his heart-throb self-insert character, Barumo).

    - Faroreth becomes a Mephala cultist, her obsession with secrets and discovering them getting the better of her. She inevitably goes mad after trying to uncover her destiny. It's unknown what became of the Bosmer after that, but from her final whereabouts and search for a peculiar black book, one can deduce she's lost to Apocrypha now.

    - Ursula Woodcarver has had enough adventure for one late-blooming, recent adventurer. She goes straight back to what she loves most; crafting beautiful woodwork and having the occasional conjuring every now and then. Having a drastically magically-enhanced life, she lives well beyond a normal Nord's life, and passes peacefully at the age of 321.

    - Ozyrin Mandis grows too insane with his lichdom, becoming more and more of a dire threat. It inevitably took a combined effort between a band of adventurers and other Great House members to defeat the former Khajiiti Telvanni Master Wizard. Unfortunately, they were unable to properly slay him, and thus bound him to his sarcophagus. There, he lay dormant for countless years... Until his accidental awakening after the return of the Sixth House.
    "We're watching you, scum." ~ Every Ordinator who witnesses my social media commentary
  • Ye_Olde_Crowe
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    In-universe, my very first ESO character Rulogh gro-Gulash met his end when he tried to escort a wounded comrade-in-arms to safety. Rulogh hadn't realized that the other lad had been mauled by a blood fiend. Just before they reached Daggerfall, Rulogh was torn apart by his bud.


    IRL Rulogh fell victim to the DELETE button. I deleted him because I had mis-built him so thoroughly that I saw no other way out, especially after his successor (who *had* met a blood fiend by then and is, of course, the guy who - in-universe- killed him) worked so well. So I ended Rulogh's misery for good.

    All other characters of mine are still alive and kicking, and their ends are not written yet. Though I know that Octavia Civello will have children, just like Canoscia Cosades above... so her offspring will be able to appear in Oblivion ;).
    Team Skordo.
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  • Aideian
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    In-universe, my very first ESO character Rulogh gro-Gulash met his end when he tried to escort a wounded comrade-in-arms to safety. Rulogh hadn't realized that the other lad had been mauled by a blood fiend. Just before they reached Daggerfall, Rulogh was torn apart by his bud.


    IRL Rulogh fell victim to the DELETE button. I deleted him because I had mis-built him so thoroughly that I saw no other way out, especially after his successor (who *had* met a blood fiend by then and is, of course, the guy who - in-universe- killed him) worked so well. So I ended Rulogh's misery for good.

    All other characters of mine are still alive and kicking, and their ends are not written yet. Though I know that Octavia Civello will have children, just like Canoscia Cosades above... so her offspring will be able to appear in Oblivion ;).

    You could always resurrect rulogh if you wanted lol I didn't know but you can get back deleted characters back and I got all mine back.
  • starlizard70ub17_ESO
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    With me sitting in my house waiting for the servers to shut down at midnight, and then after a moment of disorientation, the npcs start talking me.
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    "We have found a cave, but I don't think there are warm fires and friendly faces inside."
  • Ye_Olde_Crowe
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    Aideian wrote: »
    You could always resurrect rulogh if you wanted lol I didn't know but you can get back deleted characters back and I got all mine back.
    It's been four years. He deserves to rest in peace. Besides, I have no slots left, and his siblings Rogul and Makha are representing the Gulash family quite well xD.

    Edited by Ye_Olde_Crowe on November 19, 2019 5:29PM
    Team Skordo.
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  • jaekobcaed
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    I'd only have an ending for my characters if I decided to stop playing or if I wanted to delete a character (which I don't do). Otherwise, MMOs are never-ending adventures for me. That being said, if my main character -- Isachar Daerenfel -- had some sort of ending...

    Well, if we went with a more lore-friendly story, he'd end up finding a wife, buying a mansion in Alinor with his inheritance and continue his Psijic studies while leading his father's trading company. However, he'd spend significantly less time with both if he had any children. Either way, he'd spend the rest of his days on Nirn in the physical bliss of wealthy retirement but would still occasionally struggle with the scars of his past magical adventures and the inevitable PTSD an individual might develop after experiencing the events of all of ESO's various questlines.

    As for a less lore-friendly approach, after the Three-Banners War, he'd convince Queen Ayrenn to grant him a portion of land in Cyrodiil so that he could take up his ancient ancestral throne of the second-to-last Ayleid kingdom to fall and rule a new Ayleid nation under the values and overarching leadership of the Dominion. He'd still own his father's trading company but in this case, he'd fully appoint leadership to someone else. Otherwise, the rest of the story would play out the same way: finds a wife, has children, lives in physical bliss (in a restored Ayleid fortress, instead of the mansion) but is haunted by his past. However, unlike the other one, this time around, he'd stay fully in his studies of the Old Ways, using recovered Ayleid knowledge of magic to augment his abilities until he becomes a mage with power to rival that of the old masters like Vanus, Mannimarco, the Telvanni magisters, etc.
    Isachar Daerenfel of Alinor, Psijic Sage, Master Wizard of the Mage's Guild and heir to the Daerenfel Trading Co.
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  • Ilsabet
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    That's an interesting question to consider. I don't think I'll be able to really answer it until ZOS stops giving us content and I see where Ilsabet is at the end of her adventures. As of right now I don't think she'd be content going back to her sleepy little town, but depending on how worn-out she is from all the world-saving she might like a quiet little spot to settle down somewhere once the world doesn't need her anymore. It also largely depends on where a certain someone ends up and whether or not she ends up with him.
    Ilsabet Menard - DC Breton Nightblade archer
    Linnea Heavy-Pockets - EP Nord Templar brawler
    Lollygags-Where-She-Likes - EP Argonian Templar healer
    Gurtha gra-Margaz - DC Orc Sorcerer stormflailer
    My characters and their overly elaborate backstories
    Ilsabet's Headcanon
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  • NekoTashi
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    This one (khajiit-templar) will end her adventures when her skills and abilities abandon her completely (to the point where she can't even slay a chicken without dying). As long as that doesn't occur (and let's pray to the bright moons for that) khajiit will keep fighting in the name of our mighty queen Khamira! This one's paws won't give up that easily, yes!
    Edited by NekoTashi on October 26, 2019 10:32PM
    PS4/EU Gamer | I don't have haters, just fans in denial.
  • Zacuel
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    Bored and jaded within his mansion surrounded by all the trophies and treasures he's earned but not giving a crap about them. Wishing things could go back to the way they were when he started when every adventure was a thrill.
  • xeha_arwen11
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    Ama Luna would dissolve her group, settle down in her isolated mansion far away from everyone and everything, studying and intellectually questing to finally find the answers that she never found adventuring. Maybe she'd find them in the end. I hope she does.

    August Moon would quietly watch her from a distance for a time, but he would eventually feel it was best to let Ama Luna be by herself. He wouldn't be able to help her find her answers. It would pain him to be near her because of that. In the end, August would find a loving, wonderful wife. They'd have two children, and he would find traditional happiness. But he'd stare at the moon every now and then with a pained longing. He wanted to find Ama Luna's answers. But looking at the moon always made him feel closer to her. She was a friend like no other. A sister in battle. Bonded by the moon. Even his dying breath would carry a whisper of her name.

    Arwen Stone-and-Notion would be angry at the group dissolving, but she would understand. Arwen would then go on to take jobs for the fighter's guild, and she would do incredibly dangerous adventuring. She loved battle. And she loved testing her limits. Ama Luna was a useful restraint. Without her, Arwen would let her recklessness and rowdiness get the better of her, and she would eventually be killed in battle by Yoruichi. It's true she felt regret, but she died with a smirk.

    Noel was devastated. She always looked to Ama Luna and the others as a refuge. But she knew she needed to stand on her own two feet. She protected others, she was a tank, after all. But she always felt like she was the one being protected and dragging others down. She found a gentle husband who would help her heal from horrors spoken and unspoken. She had no children. She lived a quiet life, took up painting, and found peace.

    Yoruichi felt betrayed. She took the anger and made it her own. She became the leader of a band of marauders and decided she'd give Ama Luna an answer by flame and lamentation. She was killed by Arwen.






  • kaisernick
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    Well 2 of them are sort of based on my Elder scrolls characters.
    Namor while studying dawn magic along with other powerful yet rare magic ends up causing a acident that destroys his lab, everyone thinks he is dead and thats it but in reality he ends up trapped in another plane of exsistance.
    There he cannot find his way back right away but after a frw days he managed to get back but while time has only past a few days in that plane thousands of years have passed on Tamerial, he ends up in a random place near skyrim.

    My imperials are all have my oblivion character's sirname so they are his dicendants, the carste family are nobles from the gold coast but are known to engage in criminal activties (though it cannot be proven) this finally catches up to them by the Third era where there holdings are siezed and they are either arresed or flee, My oblivion character is the youngest one who didnt flee but was found guilty of his familys past crimes and sentanced to death.

    I know Rping them as such may seem bad but in eso they dont know what becomes of them and skyrim and oblivion are single players games.
  • wolfbone
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    it doesn't. he lost darien after finding him again only to find out a while later the old hag ensnared a poor kahjiit to be her next knight, and called darien a traitor, that only fuelled his fiery hate for the old hag.
  • Nestor
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    All my characters in TES are parked like this when I stop playing them. Going back to Daggerfall.
    Enjoy the game, life is what you really want to be worried about.

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  • max_only
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    Belacqua dies a casualty of war while trying to provide medical care on neutral ground. Probably.

    O’risen is killed by Zos nearsightedness and betrayal of 25 years of lore.

    Oisin grows into an old hermit and passes away one winter surrounded by his animal companions.

    Caveat Lector is basically me, so I don’t know.

    Nikola drowns while rescuing a member of his crew during an impressive storm at sea. He had a son he never met with a woman he “married” at a port city.

    Philippe extends his life with clockwork machinery and magic until the great great grandchildren of his apprentices remind him the value of life with a limit. So after recording his wisdom for them he stops upgrading. The metal eventually poisons his blood and he lives with the aches and pains for a little while before dying. He leaves his home and laboratory to his students for it to become a school.

    Hermès stops cooperating with the Daedric deity that put him on Nirn and gets re-absorbed.

    I don’t know about the others. Maybe I think Beau Langiere the Boulanger dies of a life long carb overdose, fat, happy and surrounded by extended family who continue his bakery business.
    Edited by max_only on December 24, 2019 2:24AM
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