Edited by Zephyr729 on August 14, 2019 3:04PM
Hey everyone pretty new to the forums and eso RP in general (don't know if this post is better suited for RP or lore so if I posted it here incorrectly please let me know),
So I wanted to make my character (a khajiit necromancer) a follower of Peryite since i think the whole disease/poison aspect of necromancy fits well with the theme of pestilence. However, Seeing as worshipped deities seem to play a significant role in determining a characters goals and dispositions to certain things, I wanted to actually know what a follower of peryite's views are and what they generally try to accomplish to appease their lord.
Now I haven't done a whole lot of quests or endgame dungeons and trials for that matter so apologies if these questions are answered there but my questions are as follows:
- What is the general disposition of peryite's followers are they just generally insane? because the only ones if seen in game just rant on about disease or are trying to end the world.
- If peryite is the taskmaster trying to enforce the natural orders of things isn't making a bunch of plagues forcing the natural order into something that he sees as natural ? (because disease and plagues do occur naturally but its a bit different when green boi is handing them out like free candy).
- What are the goals of his followers are they simply carriers of disease or do they help enforce natural order in other ways?
- What's the whole deal with "The Afflicted" AFAIK, peryite sometimes blesses his followers with some kind of nasty disease and to an extent they can't die from it, so does the disease "strengthen" followers and if they experience the symptoms of the disease does it affect them in a negative way (Ex.having some nasty green growth but not experiencing any pain from it).
- What is generally the morality of his followers, are they evil or more neutral?
- Can he prevent one from dying due to disease?
Sorry for the long list of questions but any feedback or answers would be greatly appreciated.