Sanguine is a Daedric Prince whose sphere is hedonistic revelry, debauchery, and passionate indulgences of darker natures. Fittingly, he often appears on the seals and signs of brothels and whorehouses. Sanguine is depicted as a portly man with a dremora-like head with horns, always with a bottle in his hand or a whore under his thumb. He is thought to control thousands of realms, and his enemies are Ebonarm and the Benevolence of Mara. His summoning day is Heart's Day.
The term sanguine can mean either "cheerfully optimistic" or "bloody"; the double meaning is appropriate for a prince whose realm encompasses both the light and dark sides of passion. 
 Sanguine Rose
The Sanguine Rose (sometimes spelled Sanguine's Rose) is a Daedric artifact created by the Daedric Prince Sanguine. It can take on many forms, including that of an actual rose, a wooden stave carved like a rose and a staff-sized rose. Although powerful, the Rose is not an artifact most would care to possess. It can be used to summon a lesser daedra, who will attack all except the holder. The daedra is uncontrollable, unlike those summoned by conjuration, but similar to conjured creatures it is only bound to the mortal plane temporarily. Each time the Rose is used it wilts a little, and when all the petals fall off, it loses its power. Somewhere in Oblivion a new rose blooms and is plucked by Sanguine to be given to another champion. For more information see the main article
 Threads of the Webspinner
Sanguine is also credited with creating 27 Threads of the Webspinner for Mephala to bestow upon her worshippers, the Morag Tong. The Threads, all enchanted pieces of clothing or jewelry, were greatly sought after by Eno Hlaalu, Grandmaster of the Morag Tong circa 3E 427.
 Sanguine's Realms
Sanguine's Realms are a collection of one hundred thousand realms of Oblivion, created and ruled over by the Daedric Prince of Indulgence, Sanguine. The realms are used mainly as pleasure pockets. Very little is known about them.
The Last Dragonborn visited one of the realms in 4E 201. Named Misty Grove, it appeared as a mist-filled copse of trees crossed by burbling streams and paths with small stone bridges, lit by lanterns in an eternal early evening. Sanguine used it to host a feast for the Dragonborn, after the two had spent a night drunkenly exploring Skyrim.
As seen in Daggerfall
 See Also
- ^ Events of Morrowind