Lore:Vuljotnaak

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Vuljotnaak
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Vuljotnaak as seen in Skyrim
Race and Gender Dragon (no gender)
Died 4E 201
Resided in Skyrim
Appears in Skyrim

Vuljotnaak is a green dragon whose name means "Dark Maw Eat" in the Dragon Language.

The circumstances surrounding his death are contradictory and not well understood. The Dragonguard dated his death to during or just after the Dragon War of the Merethic Era, according to ancient documents recovered from the Dragon Cult. However, engravings found on an Akaviri burial mask depict Vuljotnaak being "devoured" by a hissing serpent (likely a Tsaesci),[1] which would place his death sometime after 1E 2703. Despite what this depiction would imply, his soul was not devoured by a Dragonborn. Instead, like many dragons, his remains were retrieved by members of the Dragon Cult, and he was buried in a dragon mound near the settlement of Granite Hill in Skyrim. The location of his grave was later documented by the Blades in 2E 373.[2]

In 4E 201, Vuljotnaak was returned to life by Alduin. He was later killed by the Last Dragonborn and his soul was consumed, preventing him from ever again being resurrected.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The description of Ancient Dragonguard Burial Mask in ESO
  2. ^ Atlas of DragonsBrother Mathnan
  3. ^ Events of Skyrim