The "C:" stands for "Choices" if we want to use them in dungeons or dialogues. "A:" is for Answer. Both need to be removed from the in game version (along with the choices).By Jyrrul Meadspitter of the Bard College
Herein are presented all manner of Nord riddles, to enjoy a good mead-filled night.
I touch your feet
And Hoaga's mouth
I spawn unruled
At Drajkmyr's Hold
I'm worth nothing but for a bird
I hide a hoard of mites and worms
C: a swamp, a rotten fur, the mud, a burlap bag
A: the Mud
I lurk and prowl
No squeak nor howl
Quiet like snow
I move on strips
But my flesh is plowed
Under a Nord's grip
C: a Falmer, a rat, a danswyrm viper, a fish
A: a Falmer
I roll on tongues
I lit fire
I make world shake
And deadmen wake
Few can endure my might
But without me the holds are filled with plights
C: Thu'um, mead, oil, poison
A: mead (have a toast after this one)
I can be heavy or light,
Sorrowful or happy.
Surrounded by strings but unshackled,
Imprisonned on humid cages but untamable.
Quick to escape I fly the wind,
I grow and spread unbound by walls.
C: the frost, a wraith, a bird, a song,
A: a song
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A book of Nord riddles. Common in Skyrim. One in each inns and taverns?