In Which Tembriel Does Not Let the Burial Caverns Daunt Her
After the previous session’s annoyances, I was bound and determined to make some progress on hitting the Urshilaku Burial Caverns. So for this pair of sessions, I did a side quest for the Fighters Guild, for the express purpose of getting enough gold to train up more for hitting the Burial Caverns again. Result: still haven’t cleared them, but I did make significant progress!
In Which Tembriel Quests for Ranis of the Mages Guild
This was a session pretty much all about running most of Ranis’ quest line for the Mages Guild, now that I have it. And, by extension, making enough money to keep working on my skills and on my levitation potions, before I return to the Ashlands!
In Which Tembriel Frees Slaves and Slays a Necromancer
This session saw action on the northern shore of Vvardenfell, as Tembriel quested into Sha-Adnius and freed half a dozen slaves. And then reached Vas, where she teamed up with Ulyne Henim to take out a necromancer there.
In Which Tembriel Learns the Emperor’s Intentions
Main-plot-wise, this was a significant Morrowind session–because it’s the first one in which Tembriel gets a clue about what the Emperor actually wants of her, and why she was released from prison and sent to Morrowind.
Also, she solved a series of murders in Vivec, and took out the Camonna Tong in Balmora!
In Which Tembriel Investigates a Murder and Acquires a Code Book
In this session, I managed to advance enough to get official orders from my Blades handler! But apparently I have not advanced enough to actually make it through the next stage of what I need to do for the main plot. So most of this session’s action was all about initial side quests, investigating a murder in Seyda Neen, and getting that code book for the Fighters Guild.
In Which Tembriel Goes Looking for Mushrooms and Flowers
Three sessions in on Morrowind, and I’m still level 1, and discovering that harvesting ingredients for low-tier quests is not as easy as you would expect!