Since starting Skyrim, my friends and I have been arguing about Talos being one of the Nine Divine. While most of us agree he was an important part of the humans history, a few of them believe that Talos is not and should not be one of the nine because he was born human and he can't become a god. And since I have the time, I thought I would write down their argument as to why he is not a divine (and some of their opinions on what happened when he died), and my views on why I say he did become a divine and some of the proof found in .
since my friends have a ton of views on this, I'll just state the big ones and argue the smaller ones later:
One of the biggest ones they have is that the Divine are all stated as kind, the fact that eight of th…
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the main thing im doing with this blog is writing down my ideas on what would be good ideas for Skyrim DLC's. i know they wont do most of these (if any) but i like sharing my thoughts.
1) I think it would be cool to have something with the Five Hundred Companions and there leader Ysgramor. there are a few ways this could go. the hero could be pulled into time to either take part in or change the events that took place, or hunt down a rumor about the lost ship that went missing during the storm. either way this could add some new story and give me a reason to return to Jo…Read more >