Shivering talk:Ciirta

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Ciirta's Eye[edit]

I wasn't able to seen cause I was in a hurry but when you take ciirta's eye from her inventory will you see a hole in her eye socket I know its dumb but I just want to know? 00:16, 21 May 2008 (EDT)

Nope. It's like extracting Daedra hearts, for example, where he corpse doesn't change despite the fact you eviscerated it. With Ciirta she keeps both her eyes. –RpehTCE 01:50, 21 May 2008 (EDT)


Ok, I know elves live a long time, ex. Carahill killed Lord Beneris 100 years ago and her face is still young. But Ciirta is an Imperial. That means, to have seen, and and have been an adult when, the last greymarch started, she would have to be about 1050. Even most elves don't live that long! Why is Ciirta so special?--Arch-Mage Matt 20:45, 24 November 2009 (UTC)

Any answer would, of course, be speculation, but as Haskill may say in Sheogorath's Daedric summoning quest, "Time is a strange thing in the Isles." It would certainly fit with Sheogorath's, and by extension the Shivering Isle's theme, no? It doesn't make any sense for her to still be alive - her continued existence is madness. In addition, unless memory fails me, Haskill also mentions once that most of the Isle's citizens don't remember the Greymarch, or else choose not to remember it, implying that many, if not all, of the citizens have a ridiculously or even infinitely long lifespan - unless cut down by a sword, that is... That's what I think, anyway, but as I said, we can only speculate, and may never know for sure. 20:26, 5 May 2010 (UTC)

Ciirta's Paintings[edit]

If one is to look closer to those paintings of hers, it might seem that Ciirta wasn't in shock or at a loss of memory, rather it was a process of thought maybe? About where old man Sheogorath has gone. I mean, look. First two are guesses - a skull? a bird? Both denied. It might mean death (skull) and getaway (the bird flying off). The third picture is a question mark - which means she is clueless. And the last is different, with new outlook and, maybe, a complete decision - Order. Order took him. It's all just a speculation, of course, and Ciirta's words clearly prove me wrong, as she is certain that old man had no excuse on his leave, and still... Even if it's just her insight or developers' joke, it's funny to note. 18:49, 27 August 2015 (UTC)