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December 11th, 2011, 00:46
Originally Posted by wolfgrimdark View Post
I hadn't really been aware of the difference so this is an interesting topic, buried in the real estate ads :-) I tended to see the Daedra as more demonic although I knew they were not all evil. More like amoral or just wild.
It really is a very deep world, as it should be after so many games. Since it started as one of the developer's D&D game worlds, you have to wonder how much of this goes back even further than the games themselves.

It's quite fun to look at all of the history of the various races and religions, and it can add a whole new dimension to playing (at least, it can if you're the kind of person who can role-play without the computer popping up every so often to tell you what a good job you're doing). It can be hard to read through everything you find while you're playing, especially if you find a book while in the middle of a dungeon raid, but sites like that one make it easy to catch up on everything.
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