Ah, the Lady Moiraine," says Cheese, opening the Rethan Mannor's front door. "I apologise for the events which have delayed our meeting. Unfortunately, I had some business up in Solstheim to attend to that just couldn't wait. Please, come in."
"Not at all," says Moiraine, entering the Mannor.
"Take a seat," says Cheese, motioning towards a chair. "I'll just grab a drink and we'll get to it."
Cheese: After being released from the Imperial Prison, what was your first memory/impression of Vvardenfell?
Moiraine: I wanted to walk around before I went into the Census Office. Once I got out of the census office I was in awe of the scenery, especially the way it was so unfamiliar yet beautiful. I never missed the roses!
Cheese: Vvardenfell really is a beautiful place. Can you name your most challenging moment after leaving the Prison Ship?
Moiraine: Ha, trying to go from one building to the other. I did not know to go through the door to talk to Gravis. I kept trying to jump over the wall. Then I figured it out. Then once I got out of the office, I did not know how to equip weapons. So I kept getting killed at the first crossroad sign by a rat, nix hound and kwama forger. The nix hounds, kagotis and alits gave me nightmares. As a matter of fact for almost 3 months I had Morrowind nightmares... with the Morrowind music playing in the dreams!
Cheese: I had similar problems, although mine were mostly related to not knowing exactly what a silt strider looked like. I eventually found one in Suran after I'd passed through Hla Oad, Plegilad and the Dren Plantation. I was a relatively green thief with no combat skills when I started out, so every kagouti I passed was a death sentence. I learned how to run pretty early on. Are there any creatures in Morrowind that you still find challenging?
Moiraine: No, not really. I have been journeying arround Morrowind for a long time. I do think the Kaguotis are really cute!
Cheese: In your travels, who would you say was the most interesting person you have met in Morrowind Province?
Moiraine: Divath Fyr and Baladas. I like anything Telvanni. I also like their attitudes about stealing and murder: if you can get away with it, fine.
Cheese: Fyr is a great guy. He and I get along well. Although he did summon some very nasty stuff when I filched one of his books while he was watching. What are your views on slavery in and the abolitionist movement?
Moiraine: I always free the slaves but I have never done the twin lamps quest. Also when I kill everyone at Drenís plantation I help the Argonian get to the twin lamps guy.
Cheese: I had to do some snooping around the Caldera mine once to find some incriminating evidence on some official, but I had already gone on a freeing spree and so all of my Khajjitti witnesses had apparently returned to Elsweyr. I didn't mind though. It was a small price to pay for the freedom of some slaves. How do you feel about Morrowind's Tribunal of Living Gods? Have they been doing a good job so far?
Moiraine: I believe Vivec himself admits to a "flaw" in their use of Kagrenacís tools. Almalexia is only out for herself and not for the Dunmers and Sotha Sill is dead, he was a tinkering maniac. I think had he been alive, he would have been the coolest god. I must say I do enjoy talking to Vivec. When ever I am going to beat the game, I still click on all his dialogue.
Cheese: Yes, I was a little disappointed that I couldn't have a chat with Sotha. I'm sure he and I would have gotten along famously. As you say, though, Vivec is always up for a good chin-wag, although he remains vague and never quite wants to talk specifics with me. What do you think happened to the Dwemer Race after/during the Battle of Red Mountain?
Moiraine: Well from all the little ash piles in Tribunal it looks like they just blew up, spontaneous combustion. As to why? Perhaps they had a suicide pack or something like a collective destruct gene in their makeup so when their leader went down, the rest followed suit.
Cheese: Perhaps. Have you spoken to Yagrum? He lives in Fyr's Corprusarium. What are your opinions on the actions of Nerevar and his companions on Red Mountain after/during the battle?
Moiraine: I think there was way too much deceit. I think Lord Nerevar was a very trusting guy with the wrong people, especially his wife.
Cheese: I'll second that. Where do you normally go when you're looking for a place to relax in the sun with a good book?
Moiraine: I have several homes arround Vvardenfell. Being a vampire, I don't relax in the sun but my homes. I have My Home in Balmora, the Redoran Condo in Vivec, the Foreign Manor in Vivec, Wolfen Castle south of Ebonheart, My Private Island by Holamayan, a room in the tavern in Solstheim and Velas Manor in Mournhold.
Cheese: Sounds like you'll never be short of a bed to rest your head on. You've expressed an admiration for the Telvanni way of life. Are there any other factions that you have an interest in?
Moiraine: I have considered the Redoran and Hlaalu factions but never could get into their quests like I can the Telvanni's. I just have a natural affinity to the Telvanni way of life.
Cheese: What's your impression of the Daedra Azura?
Moiraine: Azura is an elegant and beautiful Daedra. I look forward to any encounters with her and I think she is awesome. I only wish more of the Daedra had interactions with us! Azura is my favorite (obviously) but I am also a Sheogorath fan too.
"Sheogorath and I have a bit in common. I have to say that I was very sad to lose my Fork of Horripulation," says Cheese whistfully.
"Anyway, I am afraid that I have to return to Ebonheart," says Moiraine. "Wolfen Castle needs a bit of a tidy and it's not going to clean itself."
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