Lore talk:Molag Bal

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Dark Brotherhood[edit]

I removed the reference to the Dark Brotherhood because the Daggerfall Factions Database clearly indicates they are a sub-group of Mephala, not Molag Bal. Further research reveals the two Daedra are enemies in Daggerfall. ⌈Uniblab 00:16, 13 January 2007 (EST)⌋

First Era[edit]

What city did Molag Bal help destroy at the end of the First Era? I know Mehrunes Dagon leveled Mournhold, but what did Molag Bal do? - Emerald Melios 06:33, 13 July 2007 (EDT)

Gilverdale, Valenwood Aldage 18:32, 5 October 2007 (EDT)
For "king of rape" are they usuing the old definition of rape meaning conquer/enslave? Im guessing so -GImodon — Unsigned comment by Gimodon (talkcontribs) at 05:25 on 10 February 2008 (GMT)
Both, I think. One can be seen as stemming from the other, and many gods stand for both very civilized things and the more basic concepts that fuel them. The god of trade stood for something before the elves started bartering.Temple-Zero 18:50, 5 September 2008 (EDT)

Can anyone Confirm?[edit]

"Molag Bal also has a winged twilight daughter named Molag Grunda who was in love with a Frost Atronach named Nomeg Gwai. Molag Bal did not approve of the relationship and had the Nerevarine kill both of them so they could be punished for eternity."

I moved that from the article. I searched the site, but couldn't find anything to back this up.. If anyone could confirm this..? Darkle 20:09, 13 July 2008 (EDT)

Yes, check A Cure for Vampirism for details. --BenouldTC 20:20, 13 July 2008 (EDT)
Ah.. thank you. Darkle 20:46, 13 July 2008 (EDT)

Vampirism[edit]

I think that it should be somewhere in the article that he created the first vampire if no one minds i'll put it in myself Kingbaby 02:04, 15 April 2010 (UTC)

Sure, Go ahead!--Corevette789 02:11, 15 April 2010 (UTC)

King of Rape[edit]

Noticed that references to this title were removed. You all decide it wasn't family-friendly enough? It's part of the lore, it is who Molag Bal is. I'd put it back in, but you'd just take it out again. — Unsigned comment by 2.120.176.148 (talk) at 21:28 on 30 November 2011 (UTC)

An anonymous user removed it. I've readded it. Thanks for pointing that out. --AKB Talk Cont Mail 21:28, 30 November 2011 (UTC)

Amulets and Rings added from Dawnguard DLC of Skyrim[edit]

Accorgin the quests rings of blood magic and amulets of power of the night, shouldn't be considered artifacts of Molag Bal? because when you ask about their orignin to Feran Sadri he says that these items could have been given to ancient vampire lords. — Unsigned comment by Criswolf09 (talkcontribs) at 18:43 on 22 June 2013

They are related to Molag Bal, sure, but they aren't artifacts. We only list artifacts here because otherwise the pages would become filled with any item even mildly linked to a Daedric Prince. Artifacts are unique and tend to appear in multiple games with significant lore behind them, which these rings don't (yet at least). Jeancey (talk) 18:48, 22 June 2013 (GMT)