The planets are the planes of the Eight Divines; the Eight divines are Aedra, not Deadra… right?XtiousGuildlord 20:15, November 2, 2009 (UTC)
- If you believe the Annotated Anuad and The Lunar Lorkhan, then yes, the planets are them, but they weren't Daedra. The Daedra are the ones who refuse to sacrifice parts of themselves. --Michaeldsuarez (Talk) (Deeds) 21:47, November 2, 2009 (UTC)
Is it possible to get to the unique daedric realms, like hircine's hunting grounds?
Daedric Princes? Edit
I don't understand, some Daedric lords such as Nocturnal and Azura are depicted as woman, sound like woman, then why are they called Daedric Princes and not Daedric Lords or Daedric Princes and Princesses I IZ TEH HERO (talk) 07:14, August 27, 2012 (UTC)
As higher beings, they actually have no gender at all. They can choose to appear in any form they choose to. Some times this means some prefer to appear in a female form, such as Nocturnal and Azura. However they are known to also change their mind, such as Boethia which has been seen as both male and female. They are called princes as a matter of simplicity.
And the title "Lord" isn't always gender-specific even though it has a gender-opposite equal being "Lady" so it can be used for beings of either (or neither) gender. The gender-specific honorifics are used by devotees for their respective Lords and Ladies. For example; followers of Azura call her "the Mistress of Dusk and Dawn"; followers of Boethia call him/her "He who destroys and She who erases"; followers of Shegorath and residents of the Shivering Isles refer to Sheogorath as the male "Lord" and "He" with Sheogorath referring to himself as a male.
Personally, I feel it should be Planes of Oblivion under the following reasoning:
Oblivion is all one place, but what we see are the different planes as shaped by various daedra, with some minor exceptions, like the Soul Cairn. The planes are all edited by the masters of those planes to best suit their needs/spheres/whatever. The Planes of Oblivion page could have a rundown on Oblivion itself, as well as a breakdown into it's various realms, Coldharbour, Apocrypha, the Soul Cairn, etc. with descriptions into said realms.