A Demigod is a divine being of unclear specifications. It is possible they are the Aedric counterpart to the Daedric Demiprinces, making them the offspring of any divine being of non-Daedric origins and a lesser being. In some cases, the term might simply refer to a very powerful spirit.
- Morihaus is the most well known example of a demigod, being called the son of Kyne and blessed by her with the Lord’s Mail.
- The Green Lady of the Bosmer has been said to possess the qualities of a demigod.
- The Mad Architect has been referred to as a demigod.
- The three living gods of the Tribunal are occasionally referred to as demigods.
- Auriel has been proclaimed a demigod by some sources, despite generally being considered to be one of the original spirits.
- Khunzar-ri was a mythic Khajiit hero and warrior who is sometimes elevated to the status of a god, or him being created by one with conflicting accounts. Some say Jone and Jode created him from moonlight, another origin states he was created from Khenarthi's breath, and a third from the tears of joy from Alkosh after Sheggorath made him laugh at Hircine's expense.
- Umaril the Unfeathered was supposedly the son of an Ayleid and a god of the previous kalpa, possibly making him a demigod.
- Dearola, the Daughter of Hircine, is termed a demigoddess but would be more accurately described as a demiprince.
- A Bosmer named Thurindil claimed to be the son of Julianos and Mohi-Titona, Queen of Akavir. If true, this would make him a demigod, however it is much more probable these are the ramblings of a madman.
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