Morrowind:Elder Scrolls Historical References
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- Senilius' Report mentions "the secret of Passwall" which was "lost nearly a generation ago". This is a reference to the Passwall spell effect in Arena, which allowed the caster to tunnel through solid walls.
- The book Where Were You When the Dragon Broke? found in Morrowind references the so-called Warp in the West. The greatly varied but all-canonically-confirmed ending choices given to the player at the end of Daggerfall are described through different perspectives.
- The book The Arcturian Heresy directly references Zurin Arctus, the betrayal by his battlemage, the activation and destruction of the Numidium, and the creation of the Mantella- all central and important plot background for Daggerfall.
- Also the book Corpse Preparation v I references The Warp in the West by mentioning "The newly formed Orsinium," and King Gortwog. Orcs did not have their own officially-recognized province until the player's actions at the end of Daggerfall.
- The tower of Tel Fyr holds many treasures that originally appeared in Battlespire, including the Cuirass of the Savior's Hide, Scourge, Starlover's Log, and even a method by which the last remaining Daedric Crescent can be obtained.
- Male Redguards will randomly say, "So I said. Where's the money in that?" to themselves. This is a recurring line in Redguard.
- Mariah is mentioned in a scroll written in blood. Its author, Malaki the Lightfooted, wishes to hear her "beautiful voice" again.
- Artisa Arelas speaks of "N'Gasta was a great Sload necromancer and servant of Clavicus Vile in the Second Era".
- N'Gasta! Kvata! Kvakis! is attributed to N'Gasta.
- There is an option to lie to Trels Varis about looking for the Eye of Argonia, the cancelled sequel to Redguard.