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Dagon, the Demon Cat[edit]

Dagon[1] (or Daegon)[2] the Demon Cat, also known as Merrunz[1] the Fire-Cat[3] (or Mehrunnez)[4] is the Khajiiti version of Mehrunes Dagon. A child of Fadomai's Second Litter, Merrunz became "destructive and wild", and was exiled by his father, Ahnurr. Rather than the Many Paths, he chose to explore the Great Darkness, and there was captured by Molagh and tortured until the creation of the World. It is said he was eventually freed by Molagh's wife, and used to assault the Lunar Lattice. As a result, Merrunz happily became a kinslayer, and as a result is now known as the demon Dagon.[1]

Dagoth Ur, Father of the Mountain[edit]

Dagoth Ur, also known as Voryn Dagoth, the Sharmat, as well as Awakened Lord of the Sixth House, Lord Dagoth and Father of the Mountain to his followers, was the immortal Lord High Councilor of House Dagoth. In Tribunal mythology, he is demonized as the Devil and the Enemy, False Dreamer, Devil Dagoth Ur, and Devil of Dagoth.

The Deep Ones[edit]

The Deep Ones are a race of beings who dwell deep underground beneath the town of Hackdirt, an isolated Imperial settlement in Cyrodiil's Great Forest. They are worshipped as gods by the inhabitants of Hackdirt, who built the Chapel of the Brethren in their honor. Worshippers who have changed the most are known as the Brethren, and dwell underground in the Hackdirt Caverns to be closer to the Deep Ones. The other residents descend into the caverns at night for "Gatherings" where they worship the Deep Ones; tunnels were dug connecting each house to the caverns for this purpose.

Demon of Fire and Shadow[edit]

The entity only known as the demon of fire and shadow is an obscure being from the ancient Khajiiti mythology predating the ri'Datta era. Akha's union with the demon resulted in the birth of Alkhan, the Firstborn and Scaled Prince of Akha. Following the counsel of his father Ahnurr to seek love, Akha later mated with the Dune Queen of the West, Mother Mammoth of the North, and the Winged Serpent of the East, giving rise to numerous Dragon wayward children.

Diagna, Orichalc God of the Sideways Blade[edit]

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Diagna, (also known as the Orichalc God of the Sideways Blade) was an avatar of the HoonDing (the Yokudan God of Make Way) that achieved permanence as a Redguard sword-god. His "hoary thuggish cult" originated in Yokuda during the Twenty Seven Snake Folk Slaughter. He was instrumental to the defeat of the Lefthanded Elves, as he brought orichalc weapons to the Yokudan people to win the fight. According to one myth, Diagna crashed his fist against the HoonDing Gong and swords fell from the walls of the Orichalc Tower.

In Tamriel, he led a very tight-knit group of followers, called the Order of Diagna, against the Orcs of Orsinium during the height of their ancient power, but then faded into partial obscurity. He is described as now being little more than a local power spirit of the Dragontail Mountains but he is still worshipped as of the 4th Era, being part of the Eight of the Crowns.

High Kings of Hammerfell are crowned on the Throne of Hegathe by wearing the Diadem of Diagna. Warriors of the Order of Diagna carried stone effigies of Diagna during the siege. The Daggerfall Covenant's alliance of the Orcs and Redguards was alleged by the Unveiled Azadiyeh to have inflamed Diagna's very sword-arm with the Crimson Rash of Betrayal.

Dibella, Goddess of Beauty[edit]

Dibella, also known as the Passion Dancer, Our Blessed Lady, and simply, the Lady, is the Goddess of Beauty, Love, and Affection. She is also acclaimed as the Lady of Love, Beauty, Art, and Music. Dibella is the Queen of Heaven, and is one of the Divines.


Djen is an obscure entity, whom was worshipped at "Djen Lodges" throughout the Iliac Bay.[5]


Drisis is an obscure Goddess.[6] In one fable, she was invoked in the same breath as the Goddesses Boethiah and Kynareth.[6]

Druagaa, Goddess of Flowers[edit]

Druagaa is the old Goddess of Flowers, worship of whom has all but died out. A festival named Gardtide is still held in her honor on the 1st of Rain's Hand every year by the people of Tamarilyn Point, a coastal region of Menevia in central High Rock.[7]


Dugrod is an obscure entity, whom was worshipped at "Shrines of Dugrod" throughout the Iliac Bay.[5]

Dune Queen of the West[edit]

The Dune Queen of the West is an obscure entity from the ancient Khajiiti mythology predating the ri'Datta era.

The Dune Queen is one of Akha's mates. In the earliest days, when Ahnurr and Fadomai were deeply in love, Akha ventured across the heavens, his trails forming the Many Paths. His father told him to seek love akin to that of Ahnurr and Fadomai. Akha united with the Dune Queen of the West. He also had other mates, including the Mother Mammoth of the North and the Winged Serpent of the East.

However, upon venturing to the South Akha never returned. Alkosh and his loyal guardians oversee the numerous Dragon children of Akha, some of whom were from the union with the Dune Queen of the West, "for they are both terrible and kind".[nb 1]


  1. ^ a b c The Adversarial SpiritsAmun-dro, the Silent Priest
  2. ^ Mara'dahni's dialogue in ESO
  3. ^ Nisuzi's dialogue in ESO
  4. ^ Champion of Mehrunnez group event in ESO: Elsweyr
  5. ^ a b Shrines of Daggerfall
  6. ^ a b WithershinsYaqut Tawashi
  7. ^ Holidays in Daggerfall