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  • Dibella.


    • Well someone was going to say it sooner or later

  • Akatosh, simply because he is the coolest to me. The name, the aesthetic, and the fact that his Chapel was in Kvatch, aks the Avatar of Akatosh and all. He's just neat to me. A close second is Talos though, despite what the Thalmor want you to believe.

  • Gameplay wise the answer is easy: Talos. Of all the nine Divines, his is the sole amulet that offers any significant advantages. One cant argue with a 20% reduction in shout cool down, coupled with a blessing that offers the same. 

  • Either Mara, Kynareth, Talos, or Zenithar. Mara cause love and cause she seems like a fun person to hang with, plus help my love life. Kynareth cause STORMS. Talos cause, well, man was a war criminal, and a dick, but kinda cool. Zenithar cause crafting nice

  • I'm biased from Requiem and its significant buffs to the Divine blessings, but I have to go with Arkay. Great blessing that gives a major health boost, while his whole thing is preserving natural life and death, without the fanaticism that Stendarr's people tend to have against any forms of Conjuration or Daedra. A good blessing mechanically, and staunch opposition to the undead, which I'm sure many of you know is a big plus for me.

  • And it looks like our top choice was Talos. 

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