Description: ”Before the great disappearance, The dwarven folk were highly Technologically advanced and capable of forging some of the best Arnaments from whom others have not been able to discern as well as creating Animunculi to defend their homes. They also dabbled extensively in the arcane arts in order to harness the divine Magics into their dwemeri technology.”
Edited by Skullstachio on May 1, 2021 2:58AM
Craftlord: Increases your experience gain with the Light, Medium and Heavy Armor Skill lines by 5%. Equipment upgrades with Platings, Resins, Tempers and Tannings of epic quality require 1 less and legendary require 2 less.
Metallurgic Alacrity(level 5, 15 and 30.): Increases your Magicka Recovery by 86//127/258. Increases your Light and Heavy attack Speed by 2/5/10%
Animunculated Animus(level 10, 20 and 40.): 600/1200/2000 Max Health and Magicka.
Forge Master(Level 25, 35 and 50.): Increases Heavy Armor Rating by 1/2.5/5%, Medium Armor rating by 10/20/40% and Light Armor Rating by 20/50/100%*
(*This is applied before all other modifiers and only affects individual armor pieces.)
Lore placement: as a Dwarven vestige, The potential to exist in Nirn after the red moment could take place between the time where one goes to fetch the fragments to the staff of towers for the psijics, in which the temporal rifts could act as metaphorical gateways to a plane of oblivion beyond all others (as falion in the 4th era once claimed to have seen the Dwemer while walking the plains of oblivion. Which plane of oblivion he was walking prior to the sighting I do not know, but I note this reference for my own reasons.)
Or it could be tied to the temporal instability of Nchuthnkarst in which that instability allowed some unique persepective in a potential dwemeri resurgence of some kind, albeit a very small one. Kind of reminds me of the lore regarding Yagrum Bagarn being the last living dwarf journeying in the outer realms.
But what tipped me off knowledge wise is, if the dwarves truly disappeared upon use of the tools, it could be because the combination of a dragon break (since the heart was of divine intricacy and the tools would most likely be of kinetic and tonal properties as a similar scenario can be thought upon in the Reach storyline as the vestige finds a way to reach Rada al Saran with verandis ravenwatch.) and the use of the Tools “Without the Wraith Mail” as it is noted in the Lore that “Wielding the weapons without the gauntlet will often lead to the instant death of the wielder” or in this case the entire Dwarven race within the radius of the aforementioned dragonbreak. Yagrum was the only survivor due to his journey in the outer realms, wherever it may have been, it could have very well been out of the dragonbreaks radius.
From here on out, it will be a long time to come, but I will unearth the mystery behind the Dwarven disappearance of the red moment, one way or another. Maybe... maybe...
"When the human race learns to read the language of symbolism, a great veil will fall from the eyes of men." ~Manly P. Hall