The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Teutonic Myths and Legends
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Teutonic Myths and Legends

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This series of myths and legends from Northern Europe, originally just one volume, but for Skyrim divided into 42 smaller ones (one volume per chapter), was (re)written by Donald A. Mackenzie in 1912. It deals with the myths and legends of the Teutonic peoples, Norsemen, Goths, Vandals, Burgundians, Franks, Angles, Saxon and other Germanic tribes.

The series consist of the following volumes (originally chapters):

01. Story of Creation
02. The Nine Worlds
03. The Deeds of Odin
04. How Evil Entered Asgard
05. The Winter War
06. Triumph of Love
07. The Lost Sword of Victory
08. Fall of Asgard
09. The Gods Reconciled
10. Loke's Evil Progeny
11. Thor's Great Fishing
12. The City of Enchantments
13. Thor in Peril
14. The Great Stone Giant
15. Balder the Beautiful
16. The Binding of Lore
17. The Dusk of the Gods
18. The Coming of Beowulf
19. Conflict with Demons
20. Beowulf and the Dragon
21. Hother and Balder
22. The Traditional Hamlet
23. Hamlet's Storm-Hill
24. Land of the Not-Dead and Many Marvels
25. The Doom of the Volsungs
26. How Sigmund was Avenged
27. Helgi Hundingsbane
28. Sigurd the Dragon Slayer
29. Brynhild and Gudrun
30. The Last of the Volsungs
31. Gudrun's Vengeance
32. Siegfried and the Nibelungs
33. The Promise of Kriemhild
34. How Brunhild and Kriemhild were won
35. The Betrayal of Siegfried
36. The Nibelungen Tragedy
37. Dietrich of Bern
38. The Land of Giants
39. The Wonderful Rose Garden
40. Virginal, Queen of the Mountains
41. Dietrich in Exile
42. The King's Homecoming

As with my other mods, Heimskringla and The Poetic Edda, full texts, including introduction, index and commentaries, are available at

All volumes are available for purchase from Cancelmo, the Markarth court wizard. All volumes are also available for reading in the Bards College. A special Winterhold type of book case can be found in one of the lesson rooms.

Myths, Legends and Saga mods:

The Poetic Edda:
The Prose Edda:
Teutonic Myths and Legends:
Icelandic Sagas:
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boron92 Mar 31, 2015 @ 2:46am 
@prgrohmann The saga of Gudrun and Brunhilde, the saga of Sigurd the Dragonslayer and the beowulfsaga are germanic sagas. The beowulf saga is a anglo-saxon saga, but the two tribes were germanic, even after they emigrate to the british isle.
All other sagas are nordic-germanic, though our ancestors had the same mythology and the same religion.
biggestmexican Mar 10, 2015 @ 2:06am 
My girlfriend's no gamer but very Icelandic & LOVES that you made these books. I couldn't buy them this time though. Thanks again.
Altbert  [author] Jul 6, 2013 @ 4:08pm 
The Nords were a germanic people too!

Sorry, no Tamrielization will be done! These are legends and sagas, so nothing real world!
anvil2011 Jul 5, 2013 @ 9:12pm 
I think it would be better if you Tamrielized all these books. Real world things turn me off.
Hårvarg Jun 14, 2013 @ 1:14pm 
it is some norwegian sagas to
Altbert  [author] May 1, 2013 @ 12:19pm 
I am sorry, but I really don't know which of these sagas are germanic. As far as I know all of these sagas where known throughout all teutonic peoples more or less, whether germanic or not.
Lord Splatterknight May 1, 2013 @ 6:44am 
whitch is the germanic sagas because I dont know so mutch of my ancestors
pelle_torsk Mar 1, 2013 @ 11:52pm 
Cool! Thanks much.....again!
Altbert  [author] Mar 1, 2013 @ 3:18pm 
@pelle_torsk: Icelandic Sagas have been added!
starmorey Feb 28, 2013 @ 3:25pm 
Which one deals with Frankish mythology? They're my anscestors and I'm danged proud of it.