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The Song of Pelinal, Book VIII is one of the eight volumes of The Song of Pelinal.
- The Song of Pelinal, Book I
- The Song of Pelinal, Book II
- The Song of Pelinal, Book III
- The Song of Pelinal, Book IV
- The Song of Pelinal, Book V
- The Song of Pelinal, Book VI
- The Song of Pelinal, Book VII
- The Song of Pelinal, Book VIII
- Leyawiin in Southern Books
- Top floor of the Mystic Archives, Arcane University
- Bottom floor of the Priory of the Nine, next to the basement door, in the bookcase along with all the other volumes after the Priory is reinstated.
- Can be bought from Urag gro-Shub in The Arcanaeum.
- Bards College, Solitude, on a bookshelf in the library.
- Hall of the Dead, Whiterun, in Andurs' room.
- Aboard The Katariah during or after the quest Hail Sithis!, on a shelf.
- Every volume is available in the Temple of the Divines, in Solitude.
- All eight volumes can be found on a bookshelf in the Temple of Mara.
- The northern tower of Valtheim Towers.
- Viola Giordano's House, Windhelm, on a bookshelf on the upper floor of the house.
- In Apocrypha Chapter II, the section entered by reading the Black Book: Waking Dreams, just before the last set of stairs up, in a pod at the north end of a ledge against the west wall.
[Editor's Note: This is the oldest and most fragmentary of all the existent Pelinal texts. It is, however, likely closest to the original spoken or sung form of the Song, and therefore has great value despite its brevity. Strangely, it appears that Pelinal is present at Alessia's deathbed, although he was killed by Umaril earlier in the saga (years before Alessia's death). Some scholars believe that this fragment is not actually a part of the Song of Pelinal, but most accept its authenticity although there is still much debate as to its significance.]
"... and left you to gather sinew with my other half, who will bring light thereby to that mortal idea that brings [the Gods] great joy, that is, freedom, which even the Heavens do not truly know, [which is] why our Father, the... [Text lost]... in those first [days/spirits/swirls] before Convention... that which we echoed in our earthly madness. [Let us] now take you Up. We will [show] our true faces... [which eat] one another in amnesia each Age."