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For other uses, see Fisherman's Journal.


There are two books under the name Fisherman's Journal. One has a brown cover and the other a red. Although the authors are not directly named, it can be inferred that one is written by Advard, and the other by the unnamed fisherman near whom the journal is found.



Fisherman's Journal 1:Edit

I can't believe I let Skeggr talk me into this again. If he just wanted to get drunk and swap histories, we could have done that in front of a nice fire back in Windhelm, instead of on this godforsaken mud flat.

"But the fish are biting, Advald! [sic] [Do not change this to "Advard". This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.]" "The catch will more than pay for the trip!." Yeah, right―if we don't get iced in first. His boat's already taking on water. I guess we'll try again tomorrow. If we don't catch something then, I'm heading home, with or without him.

Fisherman's Journal 2:Edit

A decent catch of fish is getting harder to come by. Without a good spot soon, I don't thinks we'll survive the next winter, so I'm traveling further south towards Lake Ilinalta. Folks say it's cursed. Whole Imperial Fort just sank into the water one day, and they say the ruins have been haunted since.

When I asked, I got ghost stories. Tales of people who went out near the lake and never came back. They say spirits haunt the hallways of the sunken fort and steal little children from their mothers' cribs. No amount of coin could convince any of the nearby villagers to guide me there, so I'm following the Whiter [sic] [Do not change this to "White". This misspelled word is how it appears in-game.].

Divines protect me. I hope the stories aren't true.