Tribunal:Dark Brotherhood

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A Dark Brotherhood assassin strikes

The Dark Brotherhood is a guild of assassins shrouded in shadow and mystery which has been active all over Tamriel. While their business is certainly not legal, their existence has typically been tolerated or ignored. Whenever an individual with legal authority takes an interest in their dealings, the Brotherhood relies upon a combination of bribery, blackmail, coercion, and murder to keep their activities hidden. They have been bitter rivals of the Morag Tong since the Second Era. The Brotherhood is also known for their worship of the Dread Father Sithis. Dark Sisters are accepted into the Brotherhood as equally as Dark Brothers, though members of either gender are often referred to as Brothers.

In Tribunal they have their own set of armor.

The Dark Brotherhood is an unjoinable faction in Tribunal. They are based in Mournhold and you will encounter them in the main quest of the Tribunal expansion. They have a considerably greater role in Daggerfall, Oblivion and Skyrim, in which they can be joined.

[edit] Dark Brotherhood Ranks

Rank
0. Apprentice
1. Journeyman
2. Operator
3. Wetboy
4. Executioner
5. Punisher
6. Terminator
7. Assassin
8. Dark Brother
9. Master Assassin

There is only one "official" member of the Dark Brotherhood whose name is ever revealed: Dandras Vules. He is of rank Dark Brother, so he is not quite the Master of the guild. That honor would probably go to the Night Mother, Severa Magia, who can be found in Ald Sotha. However, since the Dark Brotherhood faction does not technically exist without the Tribunal expansion, she is not listed as a member. Other people connected to the guild (though not necessarily members of it) would include Carecalmo, Durus Marius, Miun-Gei, Movis Darys, Hrordis and Tsrazami. It's also likely that anyone accompanying some of these people in their various hideouts are members as well. Again, since the faction didn't exist before the expansion, they are not listed as members, and determining what their ranks (if any) would be is a matter of pure conjecture. Other people thought to have had at least business relationships with the Brotherhood are the King Hlaalu Helseth, and possibly his mother, Barenziah. None of this is, of course, proven, and the royal family goes to great lengths to deny any such connections.


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