Hello everyone my name is The king of war and i am a skyrim addict. I've played Oblivion, Fallout New Vegas, Fallout 3, and Skyrim. I like Skyrim th most. In my spare time I read manga, do school stuff, play my 360, and obsseively (spelling fail) crawl the internet for DLC info. I only have internet access every other week so usually people find this stuff before I do. I'm also very obsseive with "confirmation or links" for things I don't know about. Also I love Skyrim Conspiracy Theories. My favorite Daedric Prince is Molag Bal, second is Hircine, third Jyggalag. On a side note: WHY NO JYGGALAG IN SKYRIMZ?!!!?!?!!!?!!??!.
I'm gonna join the Vampires in Dawnguard. And Al Chest Breach is awesome. That is all.
Romulus ran through the woods. He could hear the Imperial Watch closing in on him. He hadn't meant to kill the poor farmer. He was actually trying to help him. If only that fool hadn't run right in front of his arrow. Now he was stuck running towards the Northern Border of Cyrodil, all because some fool of a farmer couldn't understand that charging toward a bear wasn't a good idea. Romulus had tried to explain to the guards, but the bear had run off without a trace. Naturally they decided to execute him. He had managed to catch them off guard and quickly disarmed both of them before running off. He leaned up against a tree to catch his breath. He listened closely trying to hear his pursuers. "Odd." he whispered. There was no sound of them. Suddenly he was hit on the back of his head.
Several days laterEdit
Romulus awoke to the sounds of horses walking and cart wheels turning. He opened his eyes slowly. The first thing he noticed was a fellow Nord clad in some type of blue armor. He also noticed two other prisoners he could tell one was of little importance. The other.....by Talos! It was Ulfric Stormcloak! Romulus decided to help the Jarl escscape provided he could join the Stormcloaks.
Back in CyrodillEdit
Corvo grimanced as he tracked down his brother. The gold put on his head was enough to keep his family out of poverty for a few weeks, and his family needed that gold no matter whose bounty it was. He had last seen his brother heading north toward Skyrim. He was approaching the border when suddenly their was a flash of light. Corvo threw up his hands to prevent himself from being blinded. When he lowered them two men were standing in front of him. One was obviously a warrior tall and broad shouldered with a chainmail tunic, and plate armor. He wielded a sword that looked slightly imperial. He had blonde hair, blue eyes, and a scar across his throat. Corvo immediatley thought it was his brother and tried to strike him with his two swords. The man dropped to one knee to evoid the blow then muttered something. Corvo was hit with a blue wave that ripped his swords away from him. He was about to try and recover them when the other man intevened. "Halt!" he bellowed. Corvo immediatly stopped a odd came over came him as the the stangers word reached his ears. He went back to studying the two man and he realized that despite the physical similarities the first man was not his brother. Too many scars and that one scar that covered the mans throat. The other wore flaming robes and had brown hair and eyes. He was obviously an Imperial, yet he seemed to radiate power. "Why not just kill him?" grunted the warrior, "It would solve the problem."
"No Talos, we cannot strike down one of my blood, even if he should not exist." said the Imperial.
Corvo was shocked these two beings were obviously Divines. He already knew the identity of one, yet the others didn't match any decription he knew of. The imperial walked over to him and said: "Rest easy my son. the return of my firstborn has damaged this timeline. I will not destroy you, however I will have to remove any trace of you from this time."
"Who are you?" gasped the stunned Corvo.
The Imperial smiled. "I am Martin Septim, Avatar of Akatosh, and the source of your blood."
There was another flash of light, and when it faded Corvo was looking at a Nord in the armor of a Stormcloak rebel.