.. is it fair to assume altmer and bosmer worship is similar?
Hello, @Devanear! Well, you remember Boldekh? That Redguard warden shown in a cinematic trailer of ESO: Morrowind? According to the "Naryu's Journal" Lord Vivec called him just "a warrior on Nature's behalf" without any references to Y'ffre or the Green. Then why can't an Altmer be such a warrior the same way?
They're much different. We have books that tell us about the ways the Bosmer worship Y'ffre, about their customs and rites. We also have some books that state the worship ways of the two folks are completely different and it seems we don't have any certain description of the ways the Altmer worship Y'ffre by now.
This is right, more like singers and story tellers (loremasters rely on Xarxes). Also maybe gardeners and landscapers, as Altmer bend the nature to their esthetics.The followers of Y'ffre also seem to be more than just worshippers of nature. They seem to be loremasters and singers. One of the images I found is of an altemeri altar to him which is an harp:
He is also one of the 4 altmeri aedra depicted on the collector map artwork:
First guy on the right, with the branch. (Mere deduction but quite obvious.)
This is right, more like singers and story tellers (loremasters rely on Xarxes). Also maybe gardeners and landscapers, as Altmer bend the nature to their esthetics.