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Nerevar Rising
Jeremy Soule Lyrics

We have lyrics for these tracks by Jeremy Soule:

Dragonborn Dovahkiin, Dovahkiin naal ok zin los vahriin wah dein voku…
Dragonsreach Dovahkiin Dovahkiin Naal ok zin los vahriin wah dein vokul…
Main Theme Dovahkiin Dovahkiin Naal ok zin los vahriin wah dein vokul…
Sovngarde Dovahkiin, Dovahkiin, naal ok zin los vahriin, wah dein vo…

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

crazy Jack

@BlueAlien Dinis I support redoran and telvanni, anyone who supports hlalu is an enemy in my eyes

And as an enemy they should have their throats torn out and be driven back into the grimy depths from whence they came

Brandon Parolisi

I've played the three most recent Elder Scrolls games a fair amount of times, of the trio Morrowind is the one I have the least amount of experience and while I played it on the original xbox as a kid, it's only after playing Oblivion and Skyrim that I dedicated any real time Morrowind.

If you grew up with this game and find yourself worried that you're looking at things through nostalgia goggles - rest assured you're not. Even though I have the least amount of time with it, no track from an Elder Scrolls game stirs me like this one with a sense of wonder and curiosity with a good dose of melancholy, and hearing the track again I find myself remembering the echoing whale song of that silt strider in Seeda Neen.

Morrowind leaves you with a lasting impression that Oblivion and Skyrim fail to deliver in such an immediate way. Of the relatively brief time I've spent with the game I have more lasting memories of locations and of atmosphere than the other two, and that alone says something.

For this I have reverence for the title if not nostalgia, I truly believe Elder Scrolls began to lose its way as soon as the art team and world designers began to leave Bethesda. What they created was a fantasy setting that seemed truly novel and unique, while Oblivion and Skyrim rest too heavily on preexisting mythology and fantasy staples that give them both a sense of derivative design that Morrowind manages to avoid while still employing a degree of fantasy call-backs and borrowings from real-world archaeology.

Keep in mind I grew up with Oblivion and to this day very much enjoy Skyrim for what it is and feel that its visual style and art direction were a step back in the right direction despite its other failings. I don't mean to shit on them (I'll squat on Bethesda though), but it's like Morrowind is a completely different IP than the other two.

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Morrowind: ever so majestic
Oblivion: intense yet beautiful
Skyrim: angry nord chanting

Ibrahim Farid

@Brynjolf Theyre not hating the game dude... Just... Morrowind.


@Brandon Parolisi I'm sorry, but the Forsworn went too far when they kidnapped a child. Normally I would side with them, but when they act like uncivilized heathens, I have no choice but to stab my sword through a couple hundred thousand of them.


@Ralphanese That is not an answer.


@tintinadulathon Those damned shouty nords!


@Artemis Apollo I didn’t think they sounded very much like dragons 😂 and I agree, Skyrim’s music is nice, but oblivion is just so nostalgic and Morrowind gives you more of an adventurer feel

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cool beans

I just now realized that the drumming is the heart of lorkhan beating under red mountain

Felipe Vargas

In all my years playing morrowind... I never noticed! that's awesome!

Brody Pullishy

@mrmiffmiff Physical non-presence? I'm fairly certain the heart remains where it was after the events of Morrowind


Yep, and that's how we know that despite its physical non-presence, it continues to beat ever on post-Morrowind.

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