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A teenage Vivec was, at some point, visited by a caravan guard named Nerevar,[UL 2] later a soldier of House Indoril. While Vivec was originally hostile towards the soldier, Nerevar saw something in him, believing him to be special in some way.[UL 4] Vivec grew to like Nerevar, taking "V" from Nerevar's sigil, "Vel", and "wearing it twice as his new name "Vivec" (as in "V-"). Vivec saw that Nerevar had great ambitions, the most forthright of such being his wish to see Resdayn free of Nordic occupation, and decided to help him achieve his goals.[UL 2] Nerevar would become the Hortator and leading general of Indoril Almalexia, whom he would later marry. At an unspecified point before his marriage, Nerevar became good friends with the Dwemer King, Dumac, and, with them joining forces, encouraged by Vivec's swift and tricky diplomacy, they began their rebellion against the Nords. During Nerevar's rebellion against the Nords, Vivec fought alongside him as a general in his army but refused to take Nerevar's Great House name, Indoril.[UL 4] Vivec was said to have fought with an improvised spear he cobbled together,[UL 4] created from a netch longhook,[UL 2] which may have been an inspiration, or early incarnation, of the legendary Muatra.
Most of the Dunmer accepted the Tribunal and worshiped them as they had once worshiped Boethiah, Azura, and Mephala. The Tribunal Temple was formed, along with a just and honorable society under the theocratic rule of the Tribunal. Large cities were founded in the names of each of the aspects of ALMSIVI. Vivec's city was established on the southern coast of Vvardenfell in the Ascadian Isles, looking into the Inner Sea. Vvardenfell was made into a holy Temple preserve under the direct supervision of Vivec, with strict rules against colonization. Almalexia, once Nerevar's wife, would become Vivec's consort.
After acquiring the rest of the tools, the Nerevarine journeyed to Red Mountain to put a stop to Dagoth Ur's plans. The Nerevarine used the tools upon the Heart of Lorkhan, removing it from the world and severing Dagoth Ur's divine link to it; this allowed for him to be killed, as well as his creation, the Akulakhan. Though Dagoth Ur was defeated, the Tribunal was also cut off from their once-godlike powers.
With the Heart of Lorkhan removed from the world, the Tribunal's powers quickly faded, but were not gone entirely. Many of the Dunmer people were still faithful to the Tribunal, allowing Vivec, Sotha Sil, and Almalexia to sustain a small amount of their once-godlike powers, though Vivec realized this faith and the power that came with it would not last forever. Vivec dedicated his remaining power to reorganizing the Tribunal Temple, allowing the issues between the Temple Priests and the Dissident Priests to disappear, as well as using his power to help the people and their humble needs. Vivec also began preparations within his sect of the Temple for great change, telling his priests that the Tribunal should no longer be honored as gods, but instead as saints and heroes. Vivec recommended that the Temple's faith should return to the Old Reclamations, with the worship of Azura, Mephala, and Boethiah. Vivec believed that the Tribunal Temple's traditions needed to continue, just without the ALMSIVI, and he accepted his inevitable mortality contently, as he had always worn his divinity lightly. He told his priests that shortly after the Tribunal Temple has been reorganized, he would withdraw from the world.
Almalexia, on the other hand, was horribly affected by her loss of divinity, as she took her powers much more seriously than Vivec and Sotha Sil. After the Tribunal's disconnection to the Heart, Vivec stopped communicating with Almalexia, but he noticed that while her powers diminished, she began to agonize and grieve. Vivec feared that she would cause harm to herself or others, and shortly after Almalexia's loss of divinity, Vivec's fears came true. According to those who were close to her, Almalexia's personality had changed drastically; instead of her usual merciful and mother-like nature, Almalexia had become very aggressive and power-hungry. Almalexia began to severely punish those whom she considered unfaithful; in one such occasion, she covered all of Mournhold in ash storms by utilizing old Dwemer machinery. Eventually, Almalexia had gone completely insane. She formulated a plan to become Morrowind's "One True God" by killing the other members of the Tribunal and the Nerevarine. She traveled to the Clockwork City and murdered Sotha Sil, then used his mechanical creations to attack the city of Almalexia to slander her now-deceased friend. Under Almalexia's orders, the Nerevarine was sent to the Clockwork City to find the supposedly mad Sotha Sil and kill him. Almalexia's true intention, however, was for the Nerevarine to get killed fighting the city's robotic inhabitants. However, the Nerevarine endured the Clockwork city and discovered the remains of Sotha Sil, which prompted Almalexia to attempt to kill the Nerevarine herself. In the fight that ensued, Almalexia was unable to defeat the Nerevarine and was instead killed by their hands.
With the acquisition of all the required components for the summoning, the trial was only further suspended by the awaiting of Hogithum to arrive. When confronted with the accusations on his stealing of godhood, Vivec states that it was foretold by the prophet Veloth that one day, the Anticipations would be usurped by the Tribunal and that, because of this, this act was not a crime. When met with harsh doubt from the judges, Vivec admits that he gladly stole his godhood and would do so again if he could, stating that he had even left instructions for others to do the same. Vivec goes on to say that had he and the rest of the Tribunal not become gods, the Chimer/Dunmer people would have never prospered.[UL 12]
The mythology of Vivec as he recorded in his Book of Hours, also known as the 36 Lessons of Vivec, is alleged to be Vivec's written revision of his own history that occurred when his mortal self, Vehk, stole power from the Heart of Lorkhan during the Red Moment Dragon Break and became a god. This alteration of history allowed for Vivec to legitimize the godhood of the Tribunal by making it so that their place in the pantheon of the Chimer/Dunmer had always existed, and that the original Three Good Daedra were merely their anticipations, holding the future Tribunal's positions until the day they rose to godhood. The history written in the Book of Hours marks the beginning of Vivec's second life in his God-form that had now always been present within the Aurbis. This second life and timeline that Vivec created for himself, along with all the other timelines created during the Red Moment, converges with the primary, chronological, timeline when the Dragon Break ended, perhaps making the events that occur, in a sense, true.[UL 10] His mother "survived" him and laid his body at the altar of Padhome, giving him her skin to "wear into the underworld", suggesting he would have died long ago if he had not become a god. Vivec states that Vivec the mortal killed Nerevar, but Vivec the god did not, implying that by rewriting his past the circumstances of Nerevar's death changed to remove him from fault.
After the ordeal with the Dwemer, the simulacrum of the netchiman's wife continued on the original goal of reaching the lands of Indoril. Like before, Vivec was visited by a multitude of spirits, which Vivec debated with over varying concepts; this included an Ehlnofey who taught Vivec how to become a Ruling King. After walking for a long period of time, the simulacrum of the netchiman's wife died out, falling over on an Indoril road where it would sit for eighty days before being discovered by a merchant's caravan. While the merchant captain was advised by his guard, Nerevar, to bring the simulacrum to the capital and present it before Almalexia, he believed that he could get a larger profit from selling it in the town of Noormoc. Nerevar then offered to buy the simulacrum himself, but the merchant captain still refused him. Vivec then spoke to Nerevar, stating "You can hear the words, so run away Come Hortator, unfold into a clear unknown, Stay quiet until you've slept in the yesterday, And say no elegies for the melting stone." With these words said, Nerevar slew the merchant captain and took his caravan and the simulacrum for himself to bring to Almalexia as a weapon for the coming war with the Nords, who currently ruled the land.
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"Your choice is to either accept the death that is so close or to become a god with us. But a god is not an easy nor pleasant thing to be. As the god of death and birth you will spend eternity making sure that deaths and births stay in proper balance in the physical world. And, in spite of what you believe you understand, you will always agonize over whether your decisions are truly correct. How do you decide?"
Much of Vivec's early life is muddled by suppositions, metaphor, and time, but it can be assumed he grew up in Resdayn, now called Morrowind, during the First Era. Vivec remembered the laughing of the netchimen of his village when the hunts were good. He marched with his father in the ash, growing strong in the hooks and sail, able to run a junk through silt. At eleven, he sung to an ashkhan. He became sick after Red Mountain, with the nix-blood and fever, and was infirm a hundred years. Eventually, he would become the junior councilor (sometimes called a general) to Lord Indoril Nerevar, the Hortator (the military commander and representative of the united Chimer people), under whom all of the Great Houses and Ashlander Tribes were united. Vivec's fellow councilors were Almalexia, Nerevar's Queen, and Sotha Sil, Nerevar's trusted and wise friend. Nerevar had established a fragile peace with the ruler of the Dwemer, Dumac Dwarfking, during their united stand against a Nordic invasion, and thereby united all the people of the province for the first time in recorded history under what was called the First Council. Vivec and Nerevar's other advisers warned him that the peace could not last, a warning that unfortunately proved well-justified. 2b1af7f3a8