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Will Molag Bal win this war?


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With every race bar the imperial humans trying to kill him and his territory in a "kill zone" location he has little chance of winning.


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(January 19th 2013, 04:53 PM)Panterra Arius Wrote: With every race bar the imperial humans trying to kill him and his territory in a "kill zone" location he has little chance of winning.
But he has Mannimarco,who will later be the Underking and Mannimarco is indeed a powerful enemy. And he doesn't have Cyrodiil only,he has Mannimarco's servants in the other provinces,making portals.


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(January 20th 2013, 12:16 AM)Ulfgar the Fearless Wrote:
(January 19th 2013, 04:53 PM)Panterra Arius Wrote: With every race bar the imperial humans trying to kill him and his territory in a "kill zone" location he has little chance of winning.
But he has Mannimarco,who will later be the Underking and Mannimarco is indeed a powerful enemy. And he doesn't have Cyrodiil only,he has Mannimarco's servants in the other provinces,making portals.

That is true, but i feel even 2 strong armies vs'd the best of the best from all the strongest races in Tamriel will be a challenge for him.


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(January 20th 2013, 01:53 AM)Panterra Arius Wrote:
(January 20th 2013, 12:16 AM)Ulfgar the Fearless Wrote:
(January 19th 2013, 04:53 PM)Panterra Arius Wrote: With every race bar the imperial humans trying to kill him and his territory in a "kill zone" location he has little chance of winning.
But he has Mannimarco,who will later be the Underking and Mannimarco is indeed a powerful enemy. And he doesn't have Cyrodiil only,he has Mannimarco's servants in the other provinces,making portals.

That is true, but i feel even 2 strong armies vs'd the best of the best from all the strongest races in Tamriel will be a challenge for him.
Indeed.


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I can't wait for the in-game fight with him, should be epic


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(January 20th 2013, 03:14 AM)Panterra Arius Wrote: I can't wait for the in-game fight with him, should be epic
I'm not sure you'll be able to fight him,but hey,maybe they put that too.


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It'd be a cool expansion or boss fight.


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well. He doesnt have too.

Talos will grant him 10 years of rule anyway...
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Yes because the three factions will never come together to defeat this common threat. However, almost all mmorpg games end with the human or civilized race winning the war.
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If zenimax intentds to follow the lore, he won't win. So no.


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weather or not it is a plane of oblivion doesn't matter, it isn't molag bal"s. Would be like saying molag bal is free to take the shivering isles since it is in oblivion.
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Warning, spoilers for Oblivion ahead!

(January 29th 2013, 05:27 PM)Dragonchris Wrote: weather or not it is a plane of oblivion doesn't matter, it isn't molag bal"s. Would be like saying molag bal is free to take the shivering isles since it is in oblivion.

Who is to say he couldn't try and, through winning, succeed? After all, isn't that kind of what Jyggalag does in the Shivering Isles expansion? It's just that after he conquers everything, he just kind of goes back to being Sheogorath each time he does.

Also, I've always wondered how the ending to the expansion effects the realm. After all, it's not like you have the powers of a daedra lord. You just kind of say you are. Jyggalag isn't coming back to be Sheogorath, because it's stated his curse is lifted after you defeat him. You're certainly not immortal (at least I don't think so), so this raises some serious questions.
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Spoilers for Oblivion and Skyrim ahead.
(January 29th 2013, 05:39 PM)vigk vagk v2 Wrote: Warning, spoilers for Oblivion ahead!

(January 29th 2013, 05:27 PM)Dragonchris Wrote: weather or not it is a plane of oblivion doesn't matter, it isn't molag bal"s. Would be like saying molag bal is free to take the shivering isles since it is in oblivion.

Who is to say he couldn't try and, through winning, succeed? After all, isn't that kind of what Jyggalag does in the Shivering Isles expansion? It's just that after he conquers everything, he just kind of goes back to being Sheogorath each time he does.

Also, I've always wondered how the ending to the expansion effects the realm. After all, it's not like you have the powers of a daedra lord. You just kind of say you are. Jyggalag isn't coming back to be Sheogorath, because it's stated his curse is lifted after you defeat him. You're certainly not immortal (at least I don't think so), so this raises some serious questions.

Its abit off a sticky situation that. Now as far as I know daedric princes themselves cannot truly die, but the champion in Shivering Isles is(was?) a mortal.

Here's a copy/paste from the Sheogorath page on the UESP wiki site: After defeating Jyggalag, the Champion of Cyrodiil became the new Sheogorath. The Champion of Cyrodiil appears to remain at his post 200 years later, having also taken on Sheogorath's personality, voice and likeness.

This suggests that the champion or at least someone is still Sheogorath, something players off Skyrim who's done the Sheogorath related quest up in Solitude should be familiar with. Something to ponder at least.
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(January 29th 2013, 05:39 PM)vigk vagk v2 Wrote: Warning, spoilers for Oblivion ahead!

(January 29th 2013, 05:27 PM)Dragonchris Wrote: weather or not it is a plane of oblivion doesn't matter, it isn't molag bal"s. Would be like saying molag bal is free to take the shivering isles since it is in oblivion.

Who is to say he couldn't try and, through winning, succeed? After all, isn't that kind of what Jyggalag does in the Shivering Isles expansion? It's just that after he conquers everything, he just kind of goes back to being Sheogorath each time he does.

Also, I've always wondered how the ending to the expansion effects the realm. After all, it's not like you have the powers of a daedra lord. You just kind of say you are. Jyggalag isn't coming back to be Sheogorath, because it's stated his curse is lifted after you defeat him. You're certainly not immortal (at least I don't think so), so this raises some serious questions.
you become sherogorath. Pretty much from what I understand is that when their is a hole in the pantheon you can mantle a god. Pretty much act like that god and you gain his traits and powers until you and him are one in the same. So you pretty much fused with sherogorath to become the new sherogorath. This is pretty much what talos did, but he manteled lorkan. Don't quote me on this though as this part of the lore always confuses me. Anyway I meant in more in that he couldn't just take it, he had to fight for it. It isn't his land, he has to take it by force.
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(January 29th 2013, 06:05 PM)Dragonchris Wrote:
(January 29th 2013, 05:39 PM)vigk vagk v2 Wrote: Warning, spoilers for Oblivion ahead!

(January 29th 2013, 05:27 PM)Dragonchris Wrote: weather or not it is a plane of oblivion doesn't matter, it isn't molag bal"s. Would be like saying molag bal is free to take the shivering isles since it is in oblivion.

Who is to say he couldn't try and, through winning, succeed? After all, isn't that kind of what Jyggalag does in the Shivering Isles expansion? It's just that after he conquers everything, he just kind of goes back to being Sheogorath each time he does.

Also, I've always wondered how the ending to the expansion effects the realm. After all, it's not like you have the powers of a daedra lord. You just kind of say you are. Jyggalag isn't coming back to be Sheogorath, because it's stated his curse is lifted after you defeat him. You're certainly not immortal (at least I don't think so), so this raises some serious questions.
you become sherogorath. Pretty much from what I understand is that when their is a hole in the pantheon you can mantle a god. Pretty much act like that god and you gain his traits and powers until you and him are one in the same. So you pretty much fused with sherogorath to become the new sherogorath. This is pretty much what talos did, but he manteled lorkan. Don't quote me on this though as this part of the lore always confuses me. Anyway I meant in more in that he couldn't just take it, he had to fight for it. It isn't his land, he has to take it by force.

Well, that solves that dilemma. Cheese for everyone!


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