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Did the tribunal really murder nerevar?

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I can believe amalexia and vivec doing that but sotha sil? Is that why azura is so mad?
Edited by ZOS_Icy on August 25, 2023 10:04AM
  • laniakea_0
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    Red Moment goes brrrrr
  • ZOS_Icy
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  • prof-dracko
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    Yeah probably. They're all pretty awful.
  • tuxon
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    Vivec achieved CHIM.

    Than he retrospectively changed the past where they did not kill Nerevar and instead he died of wounds or poison...

    So in the end they did and did not kill him at the same time...welcome to TES LORE :wink:
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  • Soarora
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    tuxon wrote: »
    Vivec achieved CHIM.

    Than he retrospectively changed the past where they did not kill Nerevar and instead he died of wounds or poison...

    So in the end they did and did not kill him at the same time...welcome to TES LORE :wink:

    I've never heard of this. There are stories saying he died of wounds or poison, but I do not believe that Vivec changed the past. Not sure what he does with CHIM, but as far as I am aware you have to be careful with CHIM usage because if the Godhead wakes up reality ends.
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  • colossalvoids
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    Look up "foul murder", interesting discussions indeed on a subject.
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    Their mortal selves might have, but their divine selves did not.
  • Jaimeh
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    There are different accounts and it's purposefully left open to interpretation, like most of the key events in the lore, but I get the impression that ALMSIVI generally carry guilt and self-judgment (it's especially evident with Sotha-Sil in the CWC/Summerset arc), so it makes you wonder if that's part of the reason.
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    Jaimeh wrote: »
    There are different accounts and it's purposefully left open to interpretation, like most of the key events in the lore, but I get the impression that ALMSIVI generally carry guilt and self-judgment (it's especially evident with Sotha-Sil in the CWC/Summerset arc), so it makes you wonder if that's part of the reason.

    What weights on a mortal mind is measured in years, yet on a god an eternity. The members of the tribunal could not have truly known what they would experience.
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    OgrimTitan wrote: »
    Also, who are you to judge them for killing 1 man (mer)? How many people have you killed during your characters adventures?

    One mer who was a friend/husband/respected figure vs. hoards of people trying to kill us/destroy the world. It’s not the death so much as the betrayal - if Indoril Nerevar, who they respected, couldn’t trust them, then how could the average mer who doesn’t have that advantage?
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    Jaimeh wrote: »
    There are different accounts and it's purposefully left open to interpretation, like most of the key events in the lore, but I get the impression that ALMSIVI generally carry guilt and self-judgment (it's especially evident with Sotha-Sil in the CWC/Summerset arc), so it makes you wonder if that's part of the reason.

    Well I don’t know about Almalexia, but Vivec and Sotha Sil definitely do.
    Vivec admits to the murder in a hidden message within his Sermons and of course Sotha Sil decided to become Dunmer, and has the Nerevar projection in his garden.
    OgrimTitan wrote: »
    Also, who are you to judge them for killing 1 man (mer)? How many people have you killed during your characters adventures?

    One mer who was a friend/husband/respected figure vs. hoards of people trying to kill us/destroy the world. It’s not the death so much as the betrayal - if Indoril Nerevar, who they respected, couldn’t trust them, then how could the average mer who doesn’t have that advantage?

    Totally this. It’s not so simple as a death, it’s betrayals within betrayals on betrayals, which is what makes Morrowind lore so great.
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