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Tristan

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The other deadric lords do not consider Malacath a Deadric lord, what do you think.

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David

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I the opposite ofwhatever Sheogorath does. It's a paradox because he's my Oblivion me.Doesn't he give you Volendrung? If it's how I'm think of I'm going to say no just because I dislike his reward. That'll show him.

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Blake

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I've never read anywhere that he wasn't a Daedric prince. I'll say yes, but just in spite of David.

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Tristan

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In a book, i have it in a shelf somewhere, it says that malacath is not considered a deadric lord, even by the lower deadra, I presume its because of the way he came to be

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Death Knight

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Hey now, volendrung is pure rape train.

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Blake

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Hey now, volendrung is pure rape train.

The absorb 50 stamina makes potential repeatable power attacks very deadly. Also, it swings as fast as a greatsword. It is just 2h weapons have never been my thing. D: Also, Volendrung in Oblivion was way more useful.Also, I found an article that explains why Malacath isn't considered a Daedric prince by his peers. Ignore the blue letters.

Malacath is the Daedric prince whose sphere is the patronage of the spurned and ostracized, the keeper of the Sworn Oath, and the Bloody Curse. Malacath was created when Boethiah ate the Altmeri ancestor spirit, Trinimac, although Malacath himself says that this tale is far too "literal minded". Trinimac's devout Elven followers became the Orsimer ("Pariah Folk" in Elvish), or Orcs. Some disagree, claiming that Trinimac still exists and Malacath is a separate entity. Malacath is not recognized as a Daedric Prince by his peers, which fits his sphere perfectly. The Dunmer say he is also Malak (or Malauch), the god-king of the Orcs and one of the Four Corners of the House of Troubles that tests the Dunmer for physical weakness. Other names include "Mauloch" and the "God of Curses".



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Tristan

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I think thats where i got this topic from whered u find that




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