Lore:Ogrim

Lore: Bestiary: O
An Ogrim

Ogrim (or Ogrims) are large dim-witted Daedra with very little intellect,[1] which are describable as "fat-faced ogres".[2] They are chiefly sent into the mortal world to menace living things for the amusement of Daedra Princes. Ogrim are associated with Malacath.[1][3] They are sturdy and powerful,[4] and can regenerate health by pounding their chests.[5] Many of them wear nipple piercings. Sanguine uses ogrim as bouncers for his parties.[6] Ogrim are also known to serve Molag Bal and Mephala.[7][8] Molag Bal often employs them as guards[5] and torturers.[9][10] The lumbering ogrim is cruel, often entertaining itself by tormenting its underlings.[5]

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  1. ^ a b Darkest Darkness
  2. ^ The Knave of Rooks' dialogue in ESO
  3. ^ Morrowind dialogue Ogrim are massive, powerful, dimly intelligent servants of the Daedra Lord Malacath. Daedra hearts have modest magical properties, but you have to dig through a lot of Daedra to get at an ogrim's heart.
  4. ^ Kyne's Challenge: A Hunter's Companion — David S. J. Hodgson
  5. ^ a b c The Improved Emperor's Guide to Tamriel: Dreams of CyrodiilFlaccus Terentius, 2E 581
  6. ^ Lyranth the Foolkiller Answers Your QuestionsLyranth the Foolkiller
  7. ^ Naryu's Journal/Imperial CityNaryu Virian
  8. ^ The Ogrim Igniter's allegiance to Mephala in ESO
  9. ^ A Prisoner's Journal
  10. ^ Skordo the Knife's dialogue during Truth, Lies, and Prisoners in ESO