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【书籍搬运】Guide to Bruma 布鲁玛指南

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原著:Alessia Ottus

翻译:Colin

原文:http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Lore:Guide_to_Bruma

Talos教父,保护着我们大家!

我的名字是Alessia Ottus,我愿意告诉大家关于Bruma的一切。

Bruma可以理解为Nibenese县,但实际上他比Nibenese县更诺德化,地处Skyrim边界,它气温极为寒冷和不适,位置很高,在Jerall山区。Bruma常年被积雪覆盖,火盆中的火每时每刻都保持着燃烧,以防止市民被冻死。所有东西都是用木材建造的,因为Jeralls的森林中的木材是如此的丰富,即使是有钱人也住在昏暗肮脏的木屋里,这也难怪诺德人像个酗酒、不信神、野蛮,不把自己喝的毫无知觉,或者不是出卖灵魂只为寻找严寒和冷风中的神殿,在这种环境下是没法生活的。

Bruma城堡冰冷透风,粗略的装饰,并被那永远都燃烧的火盆冒出的烟熏黑了,烟和煤渣的味道无法抵挡,高高的天花板很雄伟,但无法加热,永远得不到温暖,老旧的带烟尘层和污物结垢的石雕难以欣赏到有什么特别的地方,除了其石雕和宏伟规模,城堡就像是人们住的木屋一样—寒冷、阴暗、透风和肮脏。

女伯爵Narina Carvain是Nibenean首脑,忠实的朝拜者,一个受人尊敬的统治者,虽然她是个狡猾无情的谈判代表,并在冷酷交往和叛逆方面有良好声誉,但她能有效率,秩序井然的管理城镇,并拥有一支由硬鼻子诺德人队长带领下的训练有素的警卫队,使得乞丐和小偷不是很猖狂,虽然说诺德人的酗酒和狂暴是除了名的。

进入城堡需要穿过城市中庭的西门,商店,旅馆,公会设在北部,同时也靠近城堡大门的西边平台,和教堂北部的平台下方,教堂是Bruma南部的中心建筑,房屋沿着城墙内的东部和南部排列着,街道狭小贫瘠,因为很少有树木和植物可以生存在严寒中,但城市很紧凑,可以迅速的探索。

Bruma的Nibenean公民忠实遵守着星期天去教堂做礼拜,但一些劣等人仍然不改过自信去信仰诺德神,他们仍保持自己的神秘迷信和不知名的朝拜。

你不必为可以在这里买到质量好的武器和盔甲感到奇怪,诺德的铁匠在制品加工的质量中是赫赫有名的。但你不要指望在这里能购买到书籍,诺德人是不学无术,不喜欢读书的。战士和法师公会缺少短期工作人员,因为没有人愿意被派到这样一个阴暗寒冷的土地来,但至少法师公会保持良好和温暖(虽然我委琐的想象使用地狱般的手段去生产和维护那些热气)。

愿Nine保护和引导你!

愿Nine保佑和拯救你!

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Guide to Bruma
by Alessia Ottus
An overview of Bruma's people and notable places
Father Talos, protect us all!
My name is Alessia Ottus, and I'd like to tell you all about Bruma.
Bruma is understood to be a Nibenese county, but in truth it is more Nord than Nibenese, on account of its close proximity to the Skyrim border, and on account of the terrible cold and discomfort of its location high in the Jerall Mountains. Bruma is always cold and covered with snow, with braziers kept burning in every quarter to prevent the citizens from freezing to death. Everything is built in wood, since trees are so plentiful in the forests of the Jeralls, and even rich men live here in dark, dirty wooden huts. It is little wonder that Nords are such drunken heathen savages, for life is impossible in such a climate, and one might be tempted to drink into insensibility or sell one's soul to just to find sanctuary from the bitter cold and relentless wind.
Castle Bruma is cold and drafty, carelessly decorated, and dark with soot from the perpetually burning braziers. The smell of smoke and cinders is overpowering. The high ceilings are grand, but impossible to heat, and one is never able to get warm. The ancient layers of soot and filth encrusting the stonework makes it difficult to appreciate the exceptional stonecarving. Except in its stonework and grand scale, the castle is like the log huts of the people -- cold, dark, drafty, and dirty.
Countess Narina Carvain is a Nibenean Heartlander, a dutiful chapelgoer, and a respected ruler, though she is a cunning and ruthless negotiator, and has a reputation for sharp-dealing and treachery. Administration of the county is efficient and well-ordered, and a well- trained and aggressive town watch under command of a hard-nosed Nord captain insures that thieves and beggars are not very troublesome, though Nords are famous for drunkenness and rioting.
Access to the castle is through a gate west from the town into a courtyard. The shops, inns, guilds are located in the north, either on the western terrace near the castle gate, or below the terrace, north of the chapel. The chapel is the central feature of southern Bruma, with houses ranged along the inside of the walls along the east and south. The streets are cramped and barren, since few trees and plants can survive the cold, but the town is compact and quickly explored.
Bruma's Nibenean citizens faithfully observe chapel Sundas rituals, but the lower classes are unregenerate followers of the heathen Nord gods, and they keep to their own secret superstitions and uncivilized practices.
You will not be surprised to find you can purchase good quality weapons and armor here, for Nord smiths are famous for the quality of their wares. But you should not expect to be able to purchase books here, for Nords are ignorant and not fond of reading. The Fighters and Mages Guilds are poor and short-staffed, for no one wants to be posted to such a gray and cold land, but at least the Mages Guild is kept good and warm (though I shrink from imagining what infernal engines are employed to produce and preserve that heat).
May the Nine bless and save you!

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