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May 23rd, 2014 How many Et' Ada are there actually? Those with a more Anuic, or orderly, valence became the Aedra, who sacrificed themselves to give birth to the mortal arena.

- jack-wagon-jacob Lady Cinnabar says: “The et’Ada are the ‘original spirits’ whose existence predates creation of the Mundus.

This is a little bit complicated, because when you hear about creation, it only mentions a handful of et' Ada but there are tons of Daedra in Oblivion and millions of stars in the sky, from the Magna-Ge that escaped Mundus.

Those with a more Padomaic, or chaotic, valence, became the Daedra, who inhabit the metamorphic realms of Oblivion, and the Magna-Ge, who left both Mundus and Oblivion, but are said to be capable of visitation.

To encompass or number the et’Ada is a futile endeavor, for they are beyond mortal comprehension, and our perceptions of these beings are but faulty shadows of their complex reality.

Many a savant has been driven mad by the attempt.” Lady Cinnabar says, “We count on you, O Darkweaver, to prove worthy of your name in unraveling the dark enigma of the Celestials.

Steel yourself, then, to face the perils of Craglorn, and wrest from the Celestials the secret of their origins.

Yet my scales run dry with aggravation for never having found any legends surrounding the original creation of werewolves.So I ask you, do you have arcane lore or ancient legend to divulge on the matter of Hircine's creation of the first werewolves?-Rasheel of Moonmarch, scholar, explorer, adventurer Svari says, “My researches into the subject continue, but to date I have discovered no definitive account of the origin of werewolves, though no one doubts that Lord Hircine was involved, if not instrumental.This lacuna is not really surprising, as the curse (or, some say, gift) of lycanthropy has been known in Tamriel since the early Merethic Era.No written accounts date from that time, as it was before Ysgramor brought writing to humankind, but I hold out hope of finding a later recording of an oral tradition.” In Noxiphilic Sanguivoria, it was stated that "One of the more wild theories is that it is the result of some sort of Daedric backroom deal between Hircine and Molag Bal that has given sufferers of Noxiphilic Sanguivoria a werewolf-like love of moonlight." This is very interesting, could you expand upon the origin of this theory?

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