“Crow and Raven: Three Short Fables” by unknown author

Aug 17, 2022 | Journal, Translation

“Crow and Raven: Three Short Fables” was an in-game book found in the video game titled The Elder Scrolls Online. It is a series of morals, presented through the viewpoint of Crow and Raven. The two animals are constantly bugging each other through the tales and they are very funny and also educational.

The author of the lorebook is unknown. The text can also be found on external websites, such as the Unofficial Elder Scrolls Pages.


I decided to translate this lorebook, because I found it funny and cute. Maybe some other people will find it enjoyable now that they can read it in Hungarian.

My main motivation regarding translations is that I want to bring the joy of reading, watching or playing different stories to others, because not everyone can speak foreign languages (or one particular language) very well.

My translation is not commercial in anyway, shape or form! All rights to the original story reserved for ZeniMax Media Incorporated.

Here is the link for the Hungarian translation:

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