>>824624>No, it's the final test the Dragonborn had to pass to be accepted as one. Wulfarth was torn apart where as Tiber surived.
But that doesn't show that the writer was invoking mantling>You're not mantling Tiber. You are him.
You think that when Emil Pagliarulo wrote the main plot, he had in mind that you were Tiber reborn?>Reman, Alessia, and every descendant of theirs along with Tiber's.
Fair point, but I bet he said "Tiber" because it's the most obvious one, and the name is plastered everywhere>Didn't actually bother talking to anyone in Sovngarde, did you? Just rushed in and did it because that's what you're supposed to do, huh?
It's not like the hall or the writing itself was interesting enough to hold my attention. All I remember is the like 10 people walking around in a small hall, and they didn't have much to say>Games can have multiple writers.
Sure, but Emil Pagliarulo wrote the main story (far as I can tell). I'm pretty sure the rest of the quests were written by the people that designed them. Fallout 3 did that, anyway.
I believe he, at the most, paid lib service to the lore. He namedrops the most obvious things in a surface level manner, and so people who are deep into the lore start seeing connections, because the namedrops and points have connections in the lore Of course, I'm not going to pretend that I'm right 100%, but I'm pretty sure it's the case