Lore:Spear of the Hunter

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The Spear of the Hunter is an artifact associated and often wielded by the Daedric Prince Hircine. It has a floral pattern adorned on its spear head, which has a crosspiece that curves downward on one end. Like another spear associated with Hircine, the Spear of Bitter Mercy, little is known of it, and is one of the more mysterious artifacts in Tamrielic lore.[1]

History[edit]

The spear was rumored to have been rewarded to the Nerevarine, for their participation in Hircine's Great Hunt, which took place on the island of Solstheim in 3E 427. The Great Hunt involved the island's Four champions to take part in the hunt as Hares: Karstaag the Frost Giant; Captain Falx Carius of Fort Frostmoth; and Tharsten Heart-Fang, leader of the Skaal and wielder of Hircine's Ring. It is unknown if the Nerevarine took part in the Hunt as a Hound or as a human/mer. The Hare had to navigate a maze filled with werewolves to reach the Hunter. The Nerevarine made it through the maze, but in order to escape the Hunt, they were required to fight an aspect of Hircine (Strength, Speed, or Guile). The Nerevarine succeeded in defeating the Hunter, causing the glacier to collapse and ending the Hunt of Hircine.[1]

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See Also[edit]

  • For game-specific information, see the Bloodmoon article.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Events of Bloodmoon
  2. ^ The Argonian Maid—An Oral TraditionTelenger the Artificer
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