Lore:The Coldharbour Compact

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The Coldharbour Compact
A poem on Sotha Sil's mysterious First Era agreement with the Daedric Princes

Poor Gil-Var-Delle we still recall

The God of Schemes consumed it all

To Coldharbour went Clockwork God

To bargain on the Princes' sod


They came to mock at Tribune small

Came Schemer, Hunger, Hunter, all

Scryer, Pariah, Destroyer came

And Raver and Twilight just the same


From dread Daedra save us

From Daedra keep us safe

Forsake the ones that made us

To fight a wrongful fate


They sneered when Clockwork made his demand

Till Twilight raised a hand

"And what do you offer in return

"To keep us from chastising Nirn?"


Then Clockwork whispered long and low

And what he said, no mortal can know

From dread Daedra save us

From Daedra keep us safe

Forsake the ones that made us

To fight a wrongful fate