The Elder Scrolls: Online Wrathstone DLC is definitely the game’s most current new expansion and launched towards the finish of February, last month. The very first of three planned dungeon packs in the year-long Season of your Dragon, Wrathstone brings two new group dungeons for the game; the Depths of Malatar and the Frostvault. In their latest character spotlight, ZeniMax Online Studios introduces fans to King Narilmor; an ancient Ayleid monarch who functions inside the Depths of Malatar dungeon.
The Ayleid King within the Elder Scrolls: Online Wrathstone DLC
Written as an extract from the; “unpublished biographies of your Ayleid Kings by the late Trujhane Fyrre,” the post delves into the history behind this ancient king. Narilmor was the ruler of Garlas Malatar, a kingdom within the Ayleid Empire along with a peer of Umaril the Unfettered. (A character whom fans in the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion could recall.) He was in particular referred to as a devotee of Meridia, the Daedric god, and his city was bathed in Meridia’s light. He was a harsh but fair king, and surprisingly open to foreign neighbours. Having said that, this did not last.
“After the fall in the White-Gold Tower,” the post explains; “which marked the finish from the Ayleid Empire, King Narilmor withdrew in the world outside his kingdom and Garlas Malatar closed its gates to all outsiders. What occurred inside Garlas Malatar throughout these troubled times remains a mystery, because the site has remained sealed because the Alessians sacked the city.”
Malatar now lies in ruins, deep beneath an Imperial fortress. Elder Scrolls: Online players can delve in to the ruins inside the new Wrathstone DLC, looking for one particular half from the Dragonstone. Certainly, perhaps they are going to also locate answers as to what happened in Garlas Malatar prior to its fall. The fact that the subterranean ruins are now overrun by Meridian Daedra is undoubtedly mysterious. “Whatever the truth may possibly be,” concludes the post; “on that day the Guiding Light as well as the rule of King Narilmor were extinguished, by no means to become observed again.”