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Almalexia is a goddess of Vvardenfall, one of the three deities worshipped by Tribunal, the Dark Elf religion. She resides in Mournhold, the capital city of Morrowind.
Anhaedra is a dremora, bound to the plane of Nirn by Vivec.
Caius Cosades is a Grand Spymaster for the "Blades", the main quest/story begins with him.
'Uncle' Crassius Curio is a noble and Councilor for house Hlaalu. During the main quest he will ask the player, regardless of gender, to undress for him to sponser you for house Hlaalu so you may become the Hortator.
Former friend and ally to the lord of the leading chimer House: Lord Nerevar of Indoril. According to official Dunmer lore, he betrayed Nerevar in the Battle of Red Mountain. He is the main antagonist in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
Dram Bero is a councillor for the great house Hlaalu.
The Duke of the Imperial District of Vvardenfell.
The Emperor of Tamriel.
Falx Carius is a non playable character that first appeared in the Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon with the rank of Captain and returned to appear again in the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with the rank of General.
First Hortator of the Dunmer people, Lord Indoril Nerevar fought against the Dwemer in the Battle of Red Mountain. He was killed shortly thereafter, although it is unclear by whom.
The recently appointed king of Morrowind. Helseth has a lot of people who don't like him, and rumors are going around about him all the time.
M'aiq is a character in both Elder Scrolls III, IV, V, and ESO. In III he was a popular NPC who provided one bit of truthful information, and in IV and V he provides some comic relief for players who have played previous Elder Scrolls games. He is Bethesda's Gary Stu.
Lord Indoril Nerevar reborn. As the plot in Morrowind progresses, the player finds out more about his/her surprising role in it and reveals facts that will rewrite the history of the Dunmer people.
Sheogorath is the life and soul to the expansion pack for the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Shivering Isles. He also has a presence in other Elder Scrolls games as a daedric lord.
The Talking Mudcrab is a merchant on a lonely island in Azura's Coast. He is the richest merchant in the game, with 10,000 gold.
Tharsten Heart-Fang is the leader of the Skaal tribe.
The Creeper is a unique, non-hostile Scamp who lives in Ghorak Manor in Caldera.
The general who became emperor of all of Tamriel, and the emperor whom all of Tamriel's emperors have since descended from. He is also worshipped as the divine Talos in Skyrim.
Umbra is a powerful Orc warrior who has named himself after his sword, which is a powerful artifact. He stands in the hills near Suran, filled with regret, and longs to die a warrior's death.
Lord Vivec the Poet is one of the three Immortal God-Kings of Morrowind, a Pillar of the Tribunal, and the patron of Artists and Rogues. Vivec was the most gallant knight and the most subtle rogue of the First Council.
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