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|Dagoth Odros (dagoth odros)|
|Location||Odrosal, Dwemer Training Academy|
|Species||Ash Vampire||Soul||Grand (360)|
- The Citadels of the Sixth House: Find the Ash Vampires to collect powerful artifacts and make your assault on Dagoth Ur himself.
- Killing Dagoth Odros should weaken Dagoth Ur in the following way:
- However, extensive testing in the community suggests that this has no effect on your final battle with Dagoth Ur due to the fact that scripts cannot affect actors not yet loaded into the game.
Dagoth Odros has some unique dialogue, if you can sneak up on him or cast Calm in order to speak to him.
- Greeting 1: "Well, %PCName. Have you come to serve? Or to challenge my station? Or to try to win Keening?"
- Greeting 2: "Consider, %PCName. Where do your best interests lie? It is not too late to serve...."
- to serve: "Many mortals serve their gods. Few are so fortunate to be invited to share their divine power with them. Lord Dagoth makes you a generous offer, %PCName. Join him, and you can share the divine, eternal power of Lorkhan's heart. So far, all your struggles, your battling, your destructiveness... all these things might be understood as improving your bargaining position. Come now, we hold you no bitterness. You cannot truly harm us. We can afford to forgive."
- challenge my station: "You think to climb higher in Brother Dagoth's eyes by defeating me? Well, then, you might rise at that. None of us Heartwights can die. The power of the Heart will bring us all back in time. But, yes, you might win Lord Dagoth's favor by defeating his lieutenants. No hard feelings, %PCName. I lose, I lose my rank. You lose, you lose all. You're playing for high stakes, %PCName. Are you sure you want to play? Surely, there is no dishonor for a mortal to serve a god?"
- Keening: "It is well hidden. %PCName. Even if I should fall, you'll never find it. But if you choose to serve, perhaps Lord Dagoth might even consent to grant you the use of it. Surely, by coming so far, you have drawn his discerning eye, and earned his favor. Be reasonable, %PCName. Why risk blood and life for that which might be won by words and service?"