The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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who is tamriel's biggest threat by far
can be any of the games dagon,alduin ? what do you think
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the players are the biggest threat
jack_fraust Feb 18, 2014 @ 7:39pm 
Originally posted by Hamsterbytes , bits and nibbles:
the players are the biggest threat
Solomon Hawk Feb 18, 2014 @ 7:48pm 
Harkon. Getting rid of him before his deciples get out of hand takes presidence.
Harime Nui Feb 18, 2014 @ 8:19pm 
It is the big reality-warping doom robot from the second game that nobody remembers
Trigger Feb 18, 2014 @ 8:20pm 
Champis Feb 18, 2014 @ 8:23pm 
I am glad you asked, its these guys-Biggest threat easy...
Vagrant Feb 18, 2014 @ 8:34pm 
The Aldemeri Dominion. Even in Oblivion, the citizens talked about how Daedric worship has become prevalent in the Summerset Isles.

200 years later, Imperial City sacked, Talos worship banned..... oops...

voehringer_nitron Feb 18, 2014 @ 9:16pm 
I'd say either the Thalmor or bunnies. Amphibious bunnies.
Freki Feb 18, 2014 @ 9:29pm 
Mr. Shaggnificent Feb 18, 2014 @ 9:55pm 
I've already masacree'd Morrowind, and if these guards don't shut up about sweetrolls and arrows to the knee, i'll do the same here.
mafilux Feb 18, 2014 @ 10:03pm 
In my opinion it was Dagoth Ur. He came pretty close to reviving Lorkhan, a dwemer God who was about the size of Dagon - and he would have used it most likely to take over the world. And at the time, there was no Martin Septim to turn into a giant dragon to stop him. Luckily the Nerevarine (The player) was around to stop him.
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Ceiling Fan Feb 18, 2014 @ 10:20pm 
Miraak. He would've gotten to Skyrim eventually, and he'd have an army of dragons behind him.
Mohawk Feb 18, 2014 @ 11:25pm 
Maiq. Never know what that creature is planning.
Alduin (Devouring of the entire mortal plane=preferably no)
Also, the Thalmor, who plan to do the same thing by deactivating all the Towers.

Dagon was a pretty big threat, but I do not recall him having a specific goal in mind by invading Tamriel. Dagoth Ur, while I'm not too familiar with Morrowind, sought enslavement rather than destruction (only a relative few would survive the Corpus, but still). You can argue which is worse.

Harkon's plan would have led to his own destruction for a myriad of reasons--Yes, in the eternal dark, the vampires would never tire. However, there are also like, what, a dozen of them in there? Because Harkon refuses to ally with "lesser" vampires (even going so far as to purge them to "purify the bloodline"), it would be that one clan versus the Stormcloaks, the Empire, the various independent factions, the Aldmeri Dominion (who, if we recall, vanished the sodding moons), the armies of Morrowind, Black Marsh, and Hammerfell, and probably the Psyjic Order, who now posess the Eye of Magnus (Keep in mind that Magnus effectively created the sun as he fled Nirn). Not to mention that if he did defeat all the mortals, there would be no more food for him. Oops.

Miraak falls under the same category as Dagoth Ur. Slavery/genocide, but not annihilation.
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Date Posted: Feb 18, 2014 @ 7:33pm
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