I have an Orcish wife in Tamriel. Well, I call her my wife; I’m not sure what the common law marriage laws are like in Cyrodiil, and I can’t find anyone to marry us officially (yet). Her name is Mazoga, and she is my best friend.
She says so.
My name is Pendleton Barky (for the blanket on my legs and the sound the dog makes). I am a Redguard, and I have no past. My history starts when I (re?)gain consciousness deep in the dungeons of the Imperial City. I have no idea why I was there. I don’t know how long I would have stayed there, were it not for the Emperor himself, who passed through my prison cell to access a hidden passageway. The Emperor and his immediate guard were fleeing an all-out choreographed assassination attempt, and in the chaos of the moment, Uriel Septim, Emperor of all Tamriel, personally set me free.
It was a good day, if a bit disorienting.
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