This thread will contain summaries of the Mumbling about Lore sessions for those of you can't be there.
Saturday the 05/10-13:
Can you make an omelette from Kwama Eggs:
Perhaps, depends on whether they contain a yolk, and insect eggs tend to contain one or several larvae.
Flora and Fauna of High Rock:
Consider the Flora and Fauna of Northern Europe.
Boar, Deer, Fox, possibly Bears in the mountainous regions, and carnivorous fish (such as slaughterfish).
The more Monstrous fauna includes entities such as Goblinoids, Centaurs, and Wereboars.
The Real Barenziah:
She'll likely be born at some point during the timeline of TESO, considering that she was considered a contemporary of Tiber Septim. The primary thing to take away here, is that we won't meet her in TESO.
Argonians both lay eggs and give birth to live young, depending on climate.
In cold environs they give birth to live young, and in warmer, more humid climes, they lay eggs.
Tuesday the 08/10-13:
Vampires of Summerset:
Possible, but unlikely. There are no lore details to support the existence of an established clan, and Altmer attitudes towards anything related to Daedra would make life harsh for any Vampire.
Dragon bone/scale in TESO:
It will likely not be possible to collect these. Partially due to the fact that almost no one would believe in the existence of Dragons during this period as they've been away for a long time. Also due to how undisturbed most of the Dragon mounds prior to Alduin paying them a visit.
Almalexia in TESO:
The primary figurehead of the Dunmer race.
Breton dislike of other races:
Fully agreeable, just like any other race can harbour dislike of another.. Especially due to the on-going war.
For cross-faction RP, mages might be able to claim to /whisper RP via astral projection, considering that the Mages Guild is still young, and is still likely to carry a lot of the Psijic Order's influence.
Psijic Order in Altmer background:
Be very careful, seeing as we know next to nothing about the island of Artaeum, as well as the Psijics themselves. Furthermore they were incredibly few in number.
Being brought up in a family with connections to a Great House, you'll be subject to a ruthless meritocracy, and expected to perform and succeed if you want to be a part of your family. Slave exposure early, most likely wide-education, even among commoners.
Falls under Conjuration, and is simply summoning entities from the Planes of Oblivion, some might be less enthusiastic about this practice than other, but it is a part of it.
Canonically, the only two Dragonborn that we know about, the first and the last, were Nords, but beyond that there is no evidence that other races can't be Dragonborn.
Mannimarco was the first person on Tamriel that we know to have achieved lichdom. Due to this, and the possibility of him not even being a Lich at the beginning of TESO's story, we highly recommend not going down this path. And no, the Dragon Priests of Skyrim are not liches.
Saturday the 07/12 - 13:
Sithis is the only figure known to be a part of the Argonian pantheon.
The Hist play a significant role in Argonians' lives, but outright worship of them isn't common. Rituals such as the Hatching Day and the Naming Day are centered around the Hist and their sap, this being harvested by priest-like figures known as Treeminders.
General Bosmeri stuff:
Bosmer keep themselves isolated in Valenwood, they only retaliate against intruders whom they think a threat against the wood itself.
Their cannibalism is primarily ritualistic. They have three days to consume the bodies of their prey, but are free to share this meal with those around them.
Dreamsleeves, individual dimensional pockets that pick up the souls of the devout of various deities.
These pockets "recycle" the souls that enter them, cleansing them of their past life, and preparing them for a new life on Nirn.
Argonians and the Hist have a unique dreamsleeve, which allows the souls of Argonians to be reborn with a limited memory of their past lives.
There also exist dreamsleeves in Oblivion, the souls of devotees of the Daedric Princes go into the "personal" pockets of the Prince that they have worshipped. The souls of those sacrificed in the name of a Daedric Prince, or killed by a Daedra, also enter Oblivion.