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Meet Mirri Elendis, One of the Companions Coming to Elder Scrolls Online Blackwood

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The team over at Zenimax Online Studios have published some new information on Mirri Elendis, one of the companions coming to Elder Scrolls Online’s next chapter, Blackwood. Just who is she?

She’s described as a young Dark Elf who apparently has quite a reputation in Mournhould already. She hails from a minor Dark Elf family with a sketchy reputation. Her family is apparently known for recovering various ancient relics connected to Daedra and the Daedric Princes.

While her father was a merchant, her mother was in the family business of finding and obtaining those relics. Mirri also respects the Tribunal. This is where the post’s style comes into the picture. It’s written as a letter from Belderi Llenim who is an Armsman at the Mournhold Guildhall.

Describing Mirri’s view on the Tribunal, Belderi writes,

“Luckily, Mirri holds the Tribunal in high esteem, and though she is nowhere near what any of us would call orthodox, she possesses a driving interest in the Anticipations and how they relate to the Living Gods. So, tracking down relics related to the Anticipations for the Tribunal has solidified her position as a worthy consultant in all matters concerning the Daedra.”

You can check out the full post here. Of course, Mirri is just one of the two companions planned for Blackwood. There are going to be two companions introduced in Elder Scrolls Online. If you want to learn more about the companion system, check out our hands-on preview.

If you can’t wait to dive into Blackwood ahead of its June release, the chapter has been made available on PTS recently. You just need to patch your PTS client and you’ll be able to hop into the new content and check it out.


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.