Jud Ziijahnah VithQueen Zijana the Serpent
Jud Ziijahnah Vith
The Elder Scrolls tell of a hero Dragonborn
Destined he to save the world all
Dragon Blood and mighty Thu'um
Enemies all faced do fall
In a time of war
After Alduin was first thought dead
The Dragon Cult was battled
And lofty dragons above bled
Felled by Alduin's jaws
Gormlaith Golden-Hilt was slain
Felldir the Old fell to his age
But neither one died in vain
The Last Tongue
Hakon One-Eye was alone
No other hero of legend remained
To protect Skyrim his home
Yet on the fields of battle
With axe swinging fierce
A young elven shield maiden
Made up for in skill what she lacked in years
Zijana Vrenalir was her name
Morrowind born was she
Wielding both magic and blade
All foes from her did flee
And on one fateful day
Power from a slain wyrm she stole
It was then that all knew
Dragonborn was her role
With her Thu'um she found power
And greatness along
The dragons and their followers
Could not win further much long
Victory finally soon came
The Elder Scrolls: AKAVIR - Chapter XCHAPTER X
Faster and faster, Odahviing flew as he gained on Ahmiingraag. The jungle hills below grew steeper until they rose up to the slopes of a mountain as the thick growth of trees gave way to jagged rocks and snow. Ahmiingraag soon came to a flatter area near the mountain's peak and flew around in circles above it, speaking in the Dragon Tongue.
"Hondaanrot, Thuri!" he exclaimed. "Dovahkiin lost krinaan sahrot Reythyolnah ahrk bo fah zey, govir Odahviing hokoroniil!"
Suddenly, a ghastly roar sounded followed immediately by a blast of energy which both Aravis and Odahviing instantly recognized as a Thu'um. The Shout struck Ahmiingraag, knocking him out of the sky with brutal ferocity. Then, a voice spoke toned with great and terrible evil.
"Hi mey, Ahmiingraag," it said. "Vir krilon hi daal wah zey voth ahsodiil ni geblaan? Raxi wah ruusiil!"
Aravis and Odahviing then heard a bloodcurdling cry immediately followed by a flash of golden light
Tauriel's ReconciliationTauriel's Reconciliation
Tauriel walked through the gloom of Mirkwood, far from the safety of the Elven path. She heard storm clouds brewing overhead, but the thick canopy of the forest allowed only some amounts of rain to reach the forest floor.
It was Tauriel's first night of banishment by command of her king Thranduil. Wrapped in a long cloak, she walked forlornly past countless twisted trees, roots, and underbrush. Her memories of a brief love towards the dwarf Kíli continued to haunt her. She fought to push the thoughts aside and focus more on where her new home would be. Legolas suggested to Tauriel that she take Rivendell into consideration, under the assumption that the Elf-lord Elrond would be accepting of her.
Whatever the case, Tauriel continued to wander through the dark forest. She hoped to possibly find and seek guidance from the brown wizard Radagast or even possibly venture into the realm of Lady Galadriel of the White Counci