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Philosophies of Necrom and the Dunmer

Malyore
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I read in an in-game, likely biased, book about how dunmer are the only race of mer/men to truly honor their ancestors to the extent that they do. That they counsel with the dead and pass things along through the generations. Then when I was looking at buying some necrom furnishings, it kinda hit me just how much death and renewal is ingrained in their culture. Having the dead continue to give to the living, to have a land filled with fungi (decomposers), to grow food and cities out of the ashes of volcanoes. I feel like Necrom did a good job of further representing this characteristic by having flowers on so many of their furniture. I mean while yeah flowers are often given as offerings to the dead in a lot of irl cultures, they seem to be living with the items necrom has. I haven't looked at every furniture piece, but I still think it's neat.

Has anyone else noticed little patterns or traits like this in other aspects of ESO? I find them really fascinating and it pulls me into the setting more.
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