Special Sub-Topic: "Skyrim" Daedra
|What is the Daedric prince of debauchery?|
Sanguine. Mehrunes Dagon is the prince of destruction, ambition, and change. Boethiah is the prince of deceit, conspiracy, and assassination. Molag Bal is the prince of domination and enjoys enslaving mortals.
|What is Nocturnal's Daedric artifact?|
Skeleton Key. The Wabbajack is Sheogorath's Daedric artifact and the Ebony Mail is Boethiah's. The Eye of Nocturnal is found in "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" and you need to return it to Nocturnal for your reward in the quest.
|What is Clavicus Vile's dog's name?|
Barbas. Vile doesn't exist in any of the "Elder Scrolls" games. He has a name, Barbas, and Stump belongs to Frodnar, the annoying little boy in Riverwood.
|Sheogorath is the Daedric prince of what?|
Madness. If you do his Daedric quest in Skyrim, he'll say, "...if not, then call me Sheogorath, Daedric prince of madness." You can also find him in "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" by doing his Daedric quest, or downloading the DLC "Shivering Isles" where you go to his realm and stop the Graymarch.
|All Daedric princes are evil.|
f. Azura, Meridia, Sheogorath, and Peryite are not considered evil. The rest of them are evil, especially Namira, Mehrunes Dagon, and Molag Bal.
|What type of item is Azura's Star, Azura's Daedric artifact?|
Soul gem. Yep, it's a soul gem. There is no potion that is an artifact, there are some weapons, and the only key that is an artifact is the Skeleton Key, Nocturnal's Daedric artifact.
|What race very commonly worships Malacath?|
Orcs. Nords and Falmer don't worship Daedric princes as far as I know. Dark Elves commonly worship Boethiah and Azura. You'll hear Orcs constantly talk about the Code of Malacath, which they are governed by.
|How many Daedric princes exist?|
Sixteen. The Daedric princes are Azura, Boethiah, Clavicus Vile, Hermaeus Mora, Hircine, Malacath, Mehrunes Dagon, Mephala, Meridia, Molag Bal, Namira, Nocturnal, Peryite, Sanguine, Sheogorath, and Vaermina. In "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion", there are fifteen quests you can do. You cannot do a quest for Mehrunes Dagon, because he is what you are trying to stop. If you count Jyggalag, the Daedric Prince of order, then there are seventeen, but he isn't necessarily a prince you can do anything for. You can find him in "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" in its DLC, "Shivering Isles".
|What is Peryite's Daedric artifact?|
Spellbreaker. None of the incorrect options exist, except for one. Dawnbreaker is Meridia's Daedric artifact. In "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion", Meridia's artifact is the Ring of the Khajiit.
|What is Mehrunes Dagon's Daedric artifact?|
Mehrunes' Razor. None of the incorrect options exist. There is a steel horned helmet in the games, and there is DLC for "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" called Mehrunes' Razor!
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