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By the Nine Divines!,
This review is from: The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel (Elder Scrolls 1) (Paperback)
What is it outlander? I haven't much time.
Oh Nerevarine! Your honour, forgive me I did not recognise you in that enchanted daedric helm. I have news sire, whilst your service to the dunmer race has been celebrated by the inhabitants of Morrowind, House Telvanni has a further request: that you procure a book entitled 'The Infernal City' from the imperial library. Here, let me mark it on your map.
Originally penned by a Bosmer by the name of Greg Keyes at the beginning of the third era, it prophesises a wonderous story, never heard before across the lands of Tamriel. From the wretched swamps of the Black Marsh to the arid sands of Elsweyr, the glory of the empire and the struggles of the native races are vivdly portrayed. It also details a mysterious floating island, but is it from a far away province? Or from oblivion itself? We have yet to find out, and this why the House Telvanni MUST get hold of this book. Who knows what evil could be spawned if it got into the hands of the Mythic Dawn!
There is much to be learnt from this great tome, you will gain points in such skills as alchemy, alteration, and speechcraft from the main character a female Breton. As you read deeper you will discover the swiftswim spells and water breathing powers of the argonian, the inherent agility of the redguard, and the resist fire spell of the scamp, plus many many more.
Take the stilt strider to Vivec immediately and then the boat to the Imperial Waterfront in Cyrodiil, there is no time to waste!
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Initial post: 28 Aug 2010 15:15:00 BDT
BLUE NIRNROOT says:
long live Nirnroot
Posted on 11 Aug 2011 11:38:52 BDT
Mr. J. Michael says:
An outstanding review. Very well done.
You have made me want to stop playing the game I'm in the middle of and boot up Morrowind or Oblivion again.
Posted on 10 Nov 2011 11:23:07 GMT
C Hogben says:
THE best review I've ever read on Amazon, I am over-encumbered with mirth, thank you for making my day!
Posted on 20 Nov 2011 16:02:53 GMT
J. Roberts says:
M'aiq the reviewer knows much, and tells some. M'aiq knows many things that others do not.
You, my good man, have made my day.
Posted on 8 Dec 2011 00:02:33 GMT
I have been meaning to call on Sugar Lips Habassi for some time. This book may be expensive, so to be sure I will stop off at Caldera via Mages Guild and sell surplus Skooma to Creeper.
Posted on 30 Aug 2012 20:30:44 BDT
Sam Jordan says:
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2012 15:33:43 BDT
Mr. M. D. OBRIEN says:
what a review pure legendaire
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