Essay On Books Are The Best Companion In Skyrim

  • A Dance in Fire - Waughin Jarth

    This series of books retells Decumus Scotti's adventures in Valenwood during the 5 years war between it and Elsweyr.

  • A Game at Dinner - Anonymous

    A published letter from an anonymous spy about the game Prince Helseth cleverly played at the dinner between him and his Councilors.

  • A Tragedy in Black - Anonymous

    A folk tale about black soulgems.

  • Ancient Tales of the Dwemer - Marobar Sul

    The series of fascinating adapted tales.

  • Argonian Account - Waughin Jarth

    Decumus Scotti's adventures in Argonia after his "business trip" to Valenwood (described in A Dance in Fire).

  • Beggar Prince - Anonymous

    The tale of a Valenwood prince who receives unexpected powers from Namira.

  • Bone - Tavi Dromio

    These two books (combined) are one of the series of books featuring Hallgerd, Xiomara and Garaz. Nice story about the invention of medium armor.

  • Breathing Water - Haliel Myrm

    The story of a thief trying to get at his treasure.

  • Cabin the the Woods - Mogen Son of Molag

    A creepy story about a soldier and a ghostly woman.

  • Chance's Folly - Zylmoc Golge

    The story of a skilled, but unfortunate, thief.

  • De Rerum Dirennis - Vorian Direnni

    A story about Asliel Direnni, an accomplished Alchemist of the Direnni clan.

  • Deathbrand - Artise Dralen

    A legend about a dying pirate king's ghost.

  • Eslaf Erol Series - Reven

    The life of Eslaf Erol, ironical and completely ludicrous.

  • Feyfolken - Waughin Jarth

    The classic tale of scribe and his enchanted quill.

  • Final Lesson - Aegrothius Goth

    Another lesson imparted by the Great Sage (from the Feyfolken books) to his students.

  • Hallgerd's Tale - Tavi Dromio

    As Hallgerd's stated: "This is a story about someone who was more agile and accomplished in his armor than out of it".

  • Ice and Chitin - Pletius Spatec

    How ice and chitin saved an Officer and her Lieutenant from an army.

  • Immortal Blood - Anonymous

    A tale about a vampire hunter who likes to surprise his enemies by striking the first blow. Nothing seems to take him by surprise. Well... Almost.

  • Incident in Necrom - Jonquilla Bothe

    Four adventurers set out to clear a cemetery from vampires. Exults the benefits of illusion magic.

  • Kolb & the Dragon - Anonymous

    A choose-your-own adventure book.

  • Last Scabbard of Akrash - Tabar Vunqidh

    This book has it all -- romance, slavery, and head lopping!

  • Mystery of Talara - Mera Llykith

    The classic story about political intrigue in the royal family of Camlorn.

  • Night Falls on Sentinel - Boali

    An assassin tells of how he removed the crown prince of Sentinel.

  • Of Fjori and Holgeir - Anonymous

    The legend of two doomed lovers.

  • Orsinium and the Orcs - Menyna Gsost

    A story about how Gortwog won the land between Menevia and Wayrest.

  • Palla - Vojne Mierstyyd

    The classic, relatable tale of a boy in love with his friend's mother. Great ending.

  • Purloined Shadows - Waughin Jarth

    A young girl learns a valuable skill from a master thief

  • Ruins of Kemel-Ze - Rolard Nordssen

    An archeologist's adventure in the fabled ruin.

  • Surfeit of Thieves - Aniis Noru

    A tale about a robbery gone horribly, horribly awry.

  • The Armorers' Challenge - Mymophonus

    A story about armorers, and how to use specific armor to fight in special conditions.

  • The Axe Man - Anonymous

    The story of the devlopment of a Morag Tong assassin who exclusively used the axe during business hours. Raises your Axe skill.

  • The Black Arrow - Gorgic Guine

    A tale which shows that nobles do not always get what they want.

  • The Cake and the Diamond - Athyn Muendil

    An amusing story about a clever alchemist and greedy thieves.

  • The Death of a Wanderer - Anonymous

    The death-bed tale of an old Argonian explorer. Features some backstory on those gemstone claw keys.

  • The Exodus - Waughin Jarth

    This is the story of a young girl named Vralla. When she becomes ill, her parents are told to go to the Mages Guild at Olenveld for help. Vralla gets better in the end, sort of.

  • The Gold Ribbon of Merrit - Ampyrian Brum

    An amusing story of two friends, one a self-centered buffoon and the other a quiet but gifted warrior, reuniting for some idle archery.

  • The Hope of the Redoran - Turiul Nirith

    A tale of a child blessed by a prophesy and the interpretaion thereof.

  • The Locked Room - Porbert Lyttumly

    Yana is a locksmithing student who is interested in the theory and technique of the craft more than the practical considerations of it. Arthcamu is her impatient, pragmatic, and cruel instructor. By the end of the story, one of their deaths is imminent!

  • The Marksmanship Lesson - Alla Llaleth

    The basic argument against mistreating your Bosmer slaves, especially those with exeptional bow ability.

  • The Mirror - Berdier Wreans

    A story about an exceptional fighter and his showdown with his greatest enemy.

  • The Poison Song - Bristin Xel

    A fascinating epic set in the aftermath of the War with the Dwemer and House Dagoth. A story of secrets, betrayal, survival, love, incest and redmeption, this is one you can't miss.

  • The Real Barenziah - Plitinius Mero (uncredited)

    A classic! The story of Barenziah, her life, and her involvement in the politics of Tamriel. Pretty raunchy in places.

  • The Rear Guard - Tenace Mourl

    An amusing tale of a man trapped in a castle, and the ordeals that he must go through to eat.

  • The Refugees - Geros Albreigh

    A group of people hiding from the Camoran Usurper witness the unusal birth of his son.

  • The Woodcutter's Wife - Mogen Son of Molag

    A folk tale of a woodcutter's wife cursed for her deeds.

  • The Wraith's Wedding Dowry - Voltha gra-Yamwort

    Never steal from a women on her wedding day

  • Thief of Virtue - Anonymous

    A thief's most valiant theft.

  • Three Thieves - Anonymous

    A tale of thievery and betrayal.

  • Trap - Anonymous

    The story of someone being captured by the Berne Vampires and being kept as cattle. This book raises your sneak skill.

  • Vernaccus and Bourlor - Tavi Dromio

    Another book of Hallgerd series, telling about the story of a lesser daedra and a great archer hero.

  • Withershins - Yaqut Tawashi

    A ridiculous book about madness.

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    Skyrim in the proper order. I'm constantly showing up to some dude's castle that I've never seen before, only to hand over a mystical item that I'd mentally scratched off as garbage hours ago, and then sit and listen to the story be retroactively explained to me:

    King: Wanderer! Thank the gods you've come! The prophecy told us that a mighty warrior would arise, worthy of wielding Fjalnir, the God-axe, and slaying the evil Demon Prince Synraith. We believe you to be that warrior. What say you, traveler? Will you accept this task?

    Me: Yea, verily I shall accept thine task and vanq- wait, Synraith? Fiery dude in a floating city? Cape made out of screeching souls? Ahhh, shit. I already killed that guy.

    King: You ... already slew the Demon Prince, the Knife in the Dark, the Void at the Heart of All Men, whose identity you did not learn until just now?

    Me: Yup. I saw that castle floating up in the sky, and I wanted to know if I could jump up the rocks to get in the back way. It took a lot of reloads, but I finally managed to hop on up in there.

    King: You "hopped on up" into the Abyssal Palace?

    Me: Yeeeep, yep yep yep. Just squat-jumped on in there and looted the place. Then I killed that Sydney guy-

    King: Synraith, Demon Prince of the Abyss.

    Me: -yeah him. I ganked that guy. Mostly just to see if I could. Plus he looked like kind of a dick.

    King: Indeed, the Foulest of the Foul was "kind of a dick." But you vanquished him without the aid of sacred Fjalnir, the God-axe?

    Me: Totally. It wasn't even a thing. I just hid on top of a bookshelf where he couldn't reach me and shot him with arrows. Then I waited until he forgot I was shooting him, and did it all again to get the sneak damage bonus. Took a while, but he died all the same.

    King: Forsooth! Thine heroic deeds are ... well, that sounds kind of fucked up, actually. Never thought I'd feel bad for He Who Devours. So you have no need of our sacred totem weapon?

    Me: What, the gold dealy, with the shiny bits? Nah, I already stole that out of the display case four hours ago, before I knew who you were. I gave it to Sven, but he Quantum Leaped out of the game with that shit.

    King: Huh. So. I guess ... the bards will ... sing of your tale now?

    Me: Oh yeah? Sweet, let's hear it.

    Bard:

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    The hero came with eyes aflame / his tasks already done / the land was rescued all the same / but 'tis kind of a shitty song.

    Me: Word.

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