She learned that Kynareth was instrumental in both having Men and 'Mer learn the Thu'um and overthrow the Dragons of the First Era.As she grew, and became even more comely, she learned of the Eight Divines, as Tiber Septim was not yet born.The female child, then, was considered a blessing to the couple.Fair in skin with hair the color of wheat, she spent her formative years with her parents learning of the Goddess and what was expected.Another item of concern was some Deathbell and Daedric Hearts. Instead, she noticed just how handsome the being was.A Redguard, one of those raven-haired bronze skinned natives of Hammerfell.Kyne was promised by her husband to have a guardian for her town and they were to be the guardians until she was of age.She stressed to the parents that the girl was "to never know the touch of Men or 'Mer, else Kyne's wrath will be upon her." As a travelling priestess of Kyne, and one gifted with the Thu'um, their daughter went throughout the holds of Skyrim.
This impressed the Dovahkin, who could not yet explain the feelings that were brewing from within her. It surely couldn't be the bottles of mead she was drinking, could it? Rising from her chair, she began to undo her hair, which was wound up in a taut bun.
With the recent defeat of Alduin, the world eater by an Altmer Dovahkin, many in Skyrim have visited Solstheim and walked the grounds there.
While in Solstheim, many have reported on a variation of the Spriggan, known as a Burnt Spriggan.
Of brave Akatosh, Chief of the Heavens, He who helped the first Empress form the Cyrodilic Empire; Arkay, Son of Akatosh, whose priests were responsible for helping souls achieve their final destination; "Queen of Heaven" Dibella, patron of women, love and of the Arta; Julianos the God of Mages, Literature and Law; Compassionate Mara; Stendarr, God of Mercy and apologist of Men; and of Zenithar, the God of Work and Trade.
While her parents taught her to worship and honor each of the Divines, they preached and praised Kyne as they believed she was the reason their daughter was born.