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Q'fura the Pendulous (?b - 2E 582)[edit]

Q'fura the Pendulous was a powerful Sload conjurer and ice mage. They possessed great magical abilities, deemed too hazardous for the mages such as Psijic Loremaster Celarus to confront single-handedly. They infiltrated the Dreaming Cave on Artaeum with the intention of unleashing hordes of Oblivion upon the world.

Quill-Weave (fl. 3E 433)[edit]

Quill-Weave was a famous Argonian author who lived in Anvil in the final years of the Third Era, and the onset of the Fourth Era. She penned a collection of popular novels such as Red Crater and The Goblin with the Golden Arm and was known for her belief that the Doomstones carried no traces of magical power of any kind, instead linking them to the activities of long-forgotten cults and ancient sky worship of the Beastfolk of the Mythic Era.

Dowager Empress Quintilla (?b - 3E 100)[edit]

Quintilla (also known as Qizara) was a noblewoman from the early-mid Third Era and was married into the Septim Dynasty. Originally from Camlorn, she was married to Emperor Pelagius II and mothered three children, Potema, Cephorus and Magnus. In life, she was a skilled maiden and an accomplished sorceress. As told in the Wolf Queen historical-fiction series written by Waughin Jarth, along with Prince Pelagius, Quintilla saved her kingdom from a great werewolf demon and trapped his soul in a yellow gem necklace.

Quintus Varus (?b - 3E 427)[UOL 1][edit]

Quintus Varus

Quintus Varus was an Imperial warden of Stormhold prison and a reputed lunatic. He ruled as warden circa 3E 427, forcing his prisoners to dig for crystals, which he valued. He planned to locate the Storm Crystal, a large crystal capable of holding large amounts of corruption, and use it to store all the evil in the Empire, titling himself the Slayer of Evil. Though he found the crystal, it was unable to store all of the Empire's evil. Varus, his Overseers, and many prisoners, found themselves being corrupted by the very evil energies he tried to contain with the crystal. Varus would meet his end by the hand of his own prisoner, who he nicknamed the Master Tunnel Rat.

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