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The way I understand it (primarily from playing Skyrim and reading any orcish literature I could find), I know that the orcs in Strongholds form “clans”. This clan is organized with the (male) chieftain at the top, and only this chieftain is allowed to marry (though he is allowed to marry multiple wives). If the chieftain has sons, for them to marry they either have to

If an orc leaves the clan and does NOT found his own stronghold (IE joins the Legion or otherwise integrates himself into regular Tamrielic life), would it be culturally acceptable for that orc to marry?

Since in TESO, the orcs will have their own city (confirmed) and province (presumably), how does the clan structure work in such an environment? Is Orsinium home to many clans, in which case the clan structure acts more like a nuclear family structure? Or have the rules over marriage in orsimer society changed over the centuries?

The way I understand it (primarily from playing Skyrim and reading any orcish literature I could find), I know that the orcs in Strongholds form “clans”. This clan is organized with the (male) chieftain at the top, and only this chieftain is allowed to marry (though he is allowed to marry multiple wives). If the chieftain has sons, for them to marry they either have to

If an orc leaves the clan and does NOT found his own stronghold (IE joins the Legion or otherwise integrates himself into regular Tamrielic life), would it be culturally acceptable for that orc to marry?

Since in TESO, the orcs will have their own city (confirmed) and province (presumably), how does the clan structure work in such an environment? Is Orsinium home to many clans, in which case the clan structure acts more like a nuclear family structure? Or have the rules over marriage in orsimer society changed over the centuries?

Strongholds: 2 Corinthians 10:4, “For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.”

Strongholds is thinking opposite of God’s Word.  Pulling Down Strongholds through God’s Word by memorizing His truth will set you free from ungodly stronghold thinking.  It is important and essential or casting down strongholds, vain imaginations that don’t line up to God’s Word.

A broken heart, betrayal, not being loved properly, not being covered and protected and traumatic events, personal sins can create an ungodly stronghold on your life.  Out of the above reasons listed and more, a person believes a lie and to find a false pathway to peace.

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The way I understand it (primarily from playing Skyrim and reading any orcish literature I could find), I know that the orcs in Strongholds form “clans”. This clan is organized with the (male) chieftain at the top, and only this chieftain is allowed to marry (though he is allowed to marry multiple wives). If the chieftain has sons, for them to marry they either have to

If an orc leaves the clan and does NOT found his own stronghold (IE joins the Legion or otherwise integrates himself into regular Tamrielic life), would it be culturally acceptable for that orc to marry?

Since in TESO, the orcs will have their own city (confirmed) and province (presumably), how does the clan structure work in such an environment? Is Orsinium home to many clans, in which case the clan structure acts more like a nuclear family structure? Or have the rules over marriage in orsimer society changed over the centuries?

Strongholds: 2 Corinthians 10:4, “For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.”

Strongholds is thinking opposite of God’s Word.  Pulling Down Strongholds through God’s Word by memorizing His truth will set you free from ungodly stronghold thinking.  It is important and essential or casting down strongholds, vain imaginations that don’t line up to God’s Word.

A broken heart, betrayal, not being loved properly, not being covered and protected and traumatic events, personal sins can create an ungodly stronghold on your life.  Out of the above reasons listed and more, a person believes a lie and to find a false pathway to peace.




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