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Not to mention that the Imperials didn't even build the tower.
I like Dawnstar. D:
Erandur was your first sidekick? Did you just say "fuck knowledge" and discontinue the main quest?
Also, if it's not a touchy subject, how did he die?
What are you talking about? Erandur's got nothing to do with the main quest.
I remember it like it was yesterday. We were in Frostflow Lighthouse. There was a subterranean cavern that had opened up in the basement. Our sense of adventure mandated us to go in and kill every moving thing that called the place home, and then take their shit. Near the end of the adventure, there was a steep fall into a pit full of chauruses and, a little bit further, a chaurus reaper. I took the plunge. Erandur couldn't follow. I never saw him again.
And so concludes the tale of Erandur's untimely departure. May he rest in Mara's bosom.
The Prophecy of the Neravarine and the events surrounding it's validation occured 6 years before the Oblivion Crisis, so... Vivec didn't look like that 1000 years ago, only ~206...
But the city of Vivec itself it over 1000 years old.
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Aw, come on, that's not fair. The real structures are in the walled cities. Just look at the Blue Palace or Dragonsreach.
You're looking at Dawnstar. Nobody likes Dawnstar.