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- Main article: Books (Skyrim)
- At Refugees' Rest, on a pedestal in front of the tower.
Let it stand in honor for those who had the strength and spirit to accept Skyrim's offer "untithed to any thane or hold, and self-governed, with free worship, with no compensation to Skyrim or the Empire except as writ in the Armistice of old wheresoever those might still apply, and henceforth let no Man or Mer say that the Sons and Daughters of Kyne are without mercy or honor."
- The quoted text is also mentioned in the novel Lord of Souls on pages 133-134:
"I had many unpleasant surprises after returning from exile in Oblivion," Sul said. "I knew that Vivec City was destroyed. Vuhon told me he had seen as much when he was torturing me. But it wasn't until I went there that I understood how badly my homeland had been ravaged, or how they had suffered from the Argonian invasion. Still, I had an idea. But that Skyrim had offered Solstheim as a haven for my people, after ages of enmity between our races... for that, I was unprepared."
"'Untithed to any Thane of Hold,'" Attrebus quoted, "'and self-governed, with free worship, with no compensation to Skyrim or the Empire except as writ in the armistice of old wheresoever those might apply, and henceforth let no Man or Mer say that the Sons and Daughters of Kyne are without mercy or honor.'"
Sul raised an eyebrow.
"I learned it from my tutors," Attrebus explained."
This section contains bugs related to Decree of Monument. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:
- The book may be found clipped into the pedestal, making it unobtainable.