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Indoril Nerevar's Revenge

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LordXenophon said...
The reason I've been playing so much Morrowind lately, despite having Skyrim, is because I never actually finished Morrowind. Skyrim inspired me to go back and finish what I started all those years ago.

Without any cheating, I fought my way to the top of the Mage's Guild, Imperial Temple, Imperial Legion and House Telvanni, became Hortator and Nerevarine, explored all of Vvardenfell and most of the other islands, led all the lost and scared NPC's back to town, freed hundreds of slaves, wiped out just about every nest of pirates or smugglers anywhere around and left the countryside littered with the bodies of thousands of random monsters. I finished all of the Daedra quests and claimed all the powerful weapons they offer. I Moved in to Ralen Hlaalo's house and filled his shelves with trophies and his boxes with millions of drakes. I found all of the most powerful items in the province and made enough more to make myself nearly invincible. I lost track of how much material I added to the wiki. I found the Helm of Tohan, recaptured Fort Firemoth and quite possibly wiped out all three Vampire clans forever. I've even invaded Dagoth Ur's stronghold, twice. I have a shelf full of soul gems containing the souls of dozens of Dagoths I've slain.

But I never actually fought Dagoth Ur, nor even talked to Vivec to get Wraithguard.

Today, I slew Vivec.

I'm not a fool. I'm an angry reincarnation of a man he betrayed and murdered in order to become a false god, but I know what needs to be done if I am to defeat Dagoth Ur. I listened to what Vivec had to say, received Wraithguard, asked questions and heard his lies. Then I took a Sixth House Bell Hammer and used it to beat the tar out of him. I took his soul and trapped it in Azura's Star.

Indoril Nerevar's revenge is just beginning. As part of his punishment, Vivec has been denied an afterlife. But he deserves infinitely worse. Now I must take his trapped soul and fashion it into an eternal prison worthy of his crimes against the true gods, his king and the Chimer people.

For this purpose, I have chosen to use his soul to enchant the most insulting item possible - the very same Sixth House Bell Hammer with which he was defeated. I will use the hammer to ring the skull of Dagoth Ur, as Vivec himself should have done centuries ago.

But before I enchant the hammer, I have one very important question for all of you.

What would be the most insulting enchantment possible?

I would like suggestions, but keep in mind that, although I could make a permanent enchantment and Vivec's soul is worth a LOT of power points, the hammer can only hold 10 enchantment points.
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Heal enemy on hit, Morrowind let you do that right? Been a while since I played it
Restore Health on hit restores you, doesn't it?
My favorite weapon enchantment is Absorb Health. I hit them, they get hurt, I get to keep half the HP they lost.
I love when new games inspire you to go back and play old ones. Thanks to Arkham City I went back and platinumed Arkham Asylum which was collecting dust for quite awhile.
Drain endurance always was annoying. Or if you want some fun, levitate on hit, when it wears off, they crash back to Tamriel. :-)
Thought you could specifiy *shrug*
I liked playing Oblivion. But like with most RPG's I don't like when you put them down for a couple of days you tend to be completely lost when you pick it back up for a while.
lol I put down Skyrim for a few monthes and just started playing it again the other day with a few new mods, knew exactly what was going on :D
I had to remember what I had put on each hotkey and why. I ended up redoing almost the whole set-up, then I was ready to go out and kick ass wholesale.
@twilsonxpert I wasn't interested in what would be the most effective or the most fun. I want Vivec to suffer even more, knowing how his soul is being used. I want the worst possible spell, from his point of view.
I have a few ideas of things Vivec might hate being used for:

Burden on touch on hit
Feather (constant, all 10 ptd)
Open on touch when used (not even a proper weapon, but nust a door knocker)
Bound Mace (basically making him a Daedric weapon)
Summon Centurion Sphere (since he hates the Dwemer)
Weakness to Corprus Disease (useless, but funny for a Vivec weapon)
Constant Sanctuary (force him to protect me)
Almsivi Intervention
Devine Intervention
Try to duplicate the effects of one of the spells named after Vivec
Damage Speechcraft on touch on hit (because Vivec is a poet)

And yes, Mishy, it turns out it will let me heal my target on hit. I could make the hammer deal a small amount of magical damage, but heal more damage, so I can torture somebody with the hammer all day. Or maybe heal enough to cover all the mundane damage, then add a point of Sound, so the victims ears are literally ringing during his beating. Not sure Vivec would be insulted enough to be used that way against Dagoth Ur, though.
Venom damage and sound, to represent the way he poisoned the minds of his people against the true gods with his words.
Too bad you can't do Almsivi Intervention on touch.
I like Svoboda's idea. Almost as insulting as Mishy's idea, but leaves it still useful as a weapon.
If you have Absorb Magicka, that would be even more appropriate. Vivec is used to stealing magic from the gods, after all.
I don't know of any way to get Absorb Magicka without cheating. I want to do this without cheating.
I like the venom and sound idea.
You guys are all comic book nuts enough to know that Venom and sound don't mix.
Good point. Maybe not venom damage, then.
Shock damage, maybe? The real gods would be shocked if they read the crap Vivec passed off as doctrine.
I know what you mean. Dark Elves must be incredibly gullible.
Vivec has a habit of skewering those who doubt him.
And anyone who asks how an Elf can hatch from an egg.
What makes you think they don't? Dunmer obviously don't have children.
Are you sure? I though they just kept their kids locked in the closet or something.
Very few of them even have closets.
Or bathrooms.
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