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The Gospel of Saint NerevarThe Gospel of Saint NerevarThe fields were ravaged. The fires of Red Mountain had swallowed the once simple and pristine lands of Veloth. Those saints of ancient days mourned Velothi in the darkness of the mountains. Felms mourned the death of his brothers as he assaulted Windhelm. Olms mourned his kinsmen and the lawmen of Redoran that had fallen. Priests and prophets beheld the Miracle of Necrom, for Veloth rose from his tomb and, falling upon his knees, wept so bitterly that even the wild beasts of the countryside came forth to mourn the death of his beloved Velothi.The armies of Indoril and Redoran marched from La'atha Urlai in the south and Baan Malur in the west. The traitorous Sixth House had turned from the ways of Veloth and had taken up the blasphemous thoughts of the Deep Elves. The sky seemed to despair before all of Tamriel. The winds held their breath for a season of change was upon them.In those days, a farmer named Othralas supported his wife and two daughters
The essence of being a thiefThe Essence Of Being A Thiefby Thralos DevneriThe sun was setting on the horizon, allowing the sea to take some of its brightness, as the waves reflected the last golden sunrays of that day.It had been a very profitable day for Lethen Nerothran, an expert thief who managed to "liberate" some high quality artifacts from the vaults of the tower in Port Telvannis.A master of lock picking and acrobatics, he could evade any pursuer and hide behind many different aliases for as long as it took for his opponents to lose track of him.Lethen had just reached the port of Gah Sadrith when Secunda appeared on the night sky; he immediately set course for the nearest tavern to spend some of his well earned loot on fine beverages. He was looking forward to listening to loud music that was best performed by the kind of bard who enjoys playing in infamous places.As he approached the tavern, Lethen Nerothran heard the noisy bard playing and the patrons shouting, laughing, and arguing. The moment h