Skyrim talk:New Gnisis Cornerclub
I found a set of Imperial Armor in an upstairs room. This might hint at one of the Dunmer actually being an Imperial spy. Thoughts?Qwarkl 23:53, 17 December 2011 (UTC)
Biased and/or unfounded opinion?
"The second floor is filled with evidence that Windhelm was once under Imperial control." This sentence is found in the third paragraph under the New Gnisis Cornerclub heading, but I do not feel this is the correct way to word it, as it implies something that is not otherwise stated. I'm curious to go back and look at the history of the article to see how this has been described in the past. That whole paragraph just comes across poorly written, and I was curious about anyone else's perspective on this. Should it be re-worded? Grimnir OneEye (talk) 20:51, 11 September 2014 (GMT)
- The only contention I have is that evidence is needed to prove the Imperials controlled Windhelm. Of course they did, up until Ulfric started his rebellion. The Dunmer have obviously kept the remnants in their inn, something that would get them in big trouble if the guards discovered it. Silence is GoldenBreak the Silence 21:09, 11 September 2014 (GMT)
- Yeah, we don't really know what the Imperial stuff is doing there, there're multiple speculative interpretations possible, from Ambarys being an Imperial spy (although why would a spy need a full suit of heavy armour?), to being a member of the Legion in the past, to a collector of Imperial memorabilia from the past times out of spite towards the Stormcloaks. Or he could be all three, lol. Just write that there's Imperial stuff there, and why is it is unknown. 126.96.36.199 09:50, 15 January 2015 (GMT)