The Elder Scrolls - 7 - The Second Era #1
In the year 2E 230, there once was an ancient order of magic called Psijic Order. Mannimarco, as a student of said organization, was highly interested in necromancy and commenced researches on his own. However, a wizard named Vanus Galerion from the same order did not approve Mannimarco's ways. As a fellow student, he had tried to stop Mannimarco's corrupted experiments but failed eventually. Mannimarco, who had been a talented student with constant curiosity in conjuring the dead, kept digging deeper into his research but was later exiled to Tamriel. From there, he founded a guild for necromancers, the Order of the Black Worm, also known as the Worm Cult.
Opposed to Mannimarco's Worm Cult, Vanus Galerion founded a guild for mages instead. Accordingly, the Mages Guild clashed with the Worm Cult. It is known to us that from this fight, Mannimarco became the first lich ever in Tamriel. The battle among mages was tense but eventually ended with the victory of the Mages Guild. Vanus, unfortunately however, died in the battle along with many other mages. Many presumed Mannimarco to be dead as well, while in fact, he hid himself without a trace after the battle.
2E 283 ~ 2E 430
Versidue Shaie took over the power of the Emperor, but as a backlash, local lords from Tamriel revolted. He eventually proclaimed martial law and founded the Fighters Guild to enforce law and order of the Empire. In 2E 324, his efforts to protect his place as Potentate ended in vain as he was later found dead, assassinated by Morag Tong, the same group of assassins who had murdered the last Emperor. By 2E 430, Morag Tong assassinated all Tsaesci personnel, and the Second Empire eventually collapsed. Until the establishment of the Third Empire, more than 400 years of Interregnum brought chaos to Tamriel as the throne remained vacant.
This was also the time when the Dark Brotherhood separated themselves from Morag Tong to worship Sithis and the Night Mother.
2E 560~ 2E 567
People in Tamriel ached from an epidemic called Knahaten Flu. The symptoms included extreme cases of coughing, spiking fever, rash around the neck and eventual death after one week of infection. The disease which originally had started from Black Marsh infected all Men and Mer except Argonians.
Meanwhile, Bretons in High Rock had formed many city-states but often were invaded from Reachmen. Emeric of Cumberland from Wayrest ended the invasion in Breton's victory with his cunning strategy, and afterwards, the Kingdom formed an alliance named Daggerfall Covenant with Orcs of Orsinium and Redguards of Sentinel. However, after the royal family of High Rock had gone through consecutive deaths from Knahaten Flu, including Emeric's father, Pierric of Cumberland and King Gardner, he ascended the throne as the High King of High Rock.
The Princess Ayrenn of Altmer race returned to Summerset Isles after King Hidellith's death to accept the throne as the Queen. With her ambitions to end the chaos that plagued the world and the aid of the Wood Elves and Khajiit, she founded the Aldmeri Dominon, exerting her influence in known continents.
A Nord prince Jorunn had never been interested in his place as the rightful heir to the throne. Up until Akaviri invaded Skyrim, he was more into finding philosophical meanings and arts. However, after he had lost his family and friend, he decided to sit on the throne, uniting Nords altogether. With the help of Dunmer army of Morrowind and Argoninas, he successfully warded off Akaviri off Skyrim, and with the united forces, the Ebonheart Pact was born.
Duke Varen Aquilarios of Chorrol killed Emperor Leovic in Cyroiil and temporarily ruled Tamriel, however, because he was not a rightful heir nor dragonborn, he could not light the Drgaonfires. Hence, a power struggle among the Daggerfall Covenant, Aldmeri Dominion, and Ebonheart Pact broke out to decide who would befit as the true ruler of Tamriel.
Elder Scrolls Online Expansion ‘Elsweyr’ Announced
Elder Scrolls Online’s next major expansion is titled Elsweyr, and will see players journeying to the land of the Khajiit. The expansion will be similar in size to last year’s Summerset expansion, and will tell a roughly thirty-hour long story over the course of the next year. Players will help the Khajiit defend their homeland against invading Imperials and dragons. Elsweyr is bringing dragons to Elder Scrolls Online for the first time, and Bethesda has promised these dragons will be more difficult to defeat than the ones we remember from Skyrim.
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Ballad of Berk Serker 3
It was all just burnt rubble. Our homes in the trees were nothing more then charcoaled wood. There wasn't even the slightest sign of a smoldering twig though. All this destruction was the doing of an event that had long past in my absence. For every burn plank of wood there was life sprawling next to it. The moss had over taken most of the decaying debris that lie black upon the green of the forest floor.
I couldn't sense anything besides the life of the forest and the animals that resided among the brush. Then as if a spark of hope had rushed into my being I sensed a single spirit of an Elf in this land forgotten memories.
I rushed twords the life force. With pip in my step and hope in my heart not even wind in the air was able to keep up with my speed. All I could think was, "Please be someone I know! Please be alright!"
I stopped upon a sturdy branch 30 feet above the green of the open ground below. The life force vanished! "What the fuck!", I exclaimed in a surprised state of anguish.
"You are going to wake the beast that should not be woken.", Said a voice behind me. I knew that voice. It was a bit different than I remember but it was no mistaking it. I turned around with ferocity hoping to catch a glance at whom ever scolded me in such a tone. When I turned there not a soul to be found.
"You are to slow. You always were quick with wit but not on foot", said the same voice from behind me but a snicker to follow after the comment. I turned again only to find that I was greeted with sheer nothingness.
"You know behind you is not the only place to look. Looking up could come in handy too"
I looked above my head only to be greeted by the sight of a long eared Wood Elf with dirty blonde hair and a thin cloth wrapped around her eyes. The elf slid down the tree and bolted down another branch. Giving chase she was quick but I was still able to keep up. At last she had dived into a hole in the tree and I was right on her heels. It was dark but then five torches enveloped the room with light. It was a home to the long ear that tried to give me the slip.
"Remember this place", she asked as I stood there taking in the site of this peculiarly familiar living space. She then came out of a darkened corner of the room and it all made sense. It was my childhood friend Niveil and this was her old home.
"What happened to you? Why are your eyes covered? What happened to our home?"
She told me in a calm and eager manner, "Please take a seat and I will explain everything but I need some answers from you too."
The Elder Scrolls - 6 - The First Era #3
Tsaesci, a race of serpent-like men from Akavir invaded Tamriel. Reman Cyrodiil who was a dragonborn and Colovia's lord managed to reunify the scattered Empire and warded off Tsaesci. The rest of Tsaesci who did not flee and remained in Tamriel kneeled before Reman and swore their loyalty to him. Afterwards, they helped him build an Empire and so began the Reman Empire, the second Empire of Cyrodiil.
After the foundation of the Empire, Reman Cyrodiil founded the Blades and expanded his influence in Tamriel. It is said that his Empire devoured every region of Tamriel except for Morrowind which was guarded by the three god-kings, Summerset Isles, the homeland of Elves, and Elsweyr where the Khajiit were strongly established. Also, by devising a special ritual for the succession of each Emperor, he made it possible to enforce the protection from Oblivion's invasion every time the Amulet of Kings was passed on to a new Emperor.
The Reman Empire, however, did not last long as a group of assassins from Morrowind had assassinated Reman Cyodiil III. Morag Tong was their name, and they were worshipers of Mephala, the Daedric Prince of secrets and plots. It is not known who requested the assassination of the Emperor; however, many speculate that Versidue-Shaie, a Tsaesci advisor was responsible for his death. In the end, Versidue announced that he would take over the throne but remain as Potentate, declaring the end of the First Era.
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The Elder Scrolls - 5 - The First Era #2
While Indoril Nerevar was weakened after the Battle of Red Mountain, his wife Almalexia, a sorcerer named Sotha Sil, and his advisor Vivec planned a scheme to use the Heart of Lorkhan in order to achieve divinity and become gods. Aware of such a treasonable act, Dagoth Ur discussed the problem with Nerevar. However, Nerevar did not believe Dagoth's words and was poisoned to death by the three. Using the power of the Heart, they succeeded to become gods in the end.
Azura, furious with the death of his champion, cursed the entire Chimer race which turned their gold-like body into dark-colored skin. Because their new darkish features, Chimers were later called Dunmer, meaning Dark Elves. Almalexia, Sotha Sil, and Vivec did not flinch, however, from such an incident and started calling themselves, 'The Tribunal.' With The Tribunal Temple, they were worshiped by Dunmer as three god-kings and ruled over Morrowind. Under their control, the five houses of Dunmer as were unified as a whole along the way.
Meanwhile, Dagoth Ur who supposedly had died from the incident resurrected from the power of the Heart of Lorkhan. Blinded by the hatred for the Tribunal, he wore a mask and began to build power to destroy them to have his revenge.
The Redguards from Yokuda who led the extinction of Lefthanded Elves from the same continent were a warrior race, always yearning for battles. Out of them all, Frandar Hunding from a guild named 'Sword-Singers' were praised as a hero and legend. The king of the Redguards who had been insecure about Frandar's success, waged a civil war. During the civil war, Hiradirge, a group of wizards from said guild sank the continent with their powerful but forbidden magic spells.
Without a place to live, Redguards crossed the sea and claimed their new home through battling Orcs, the natives of Hammerfell. Orcs were naturally driven off from their homeland and moved up north to find a place in High Rock. They built a city of their own called, 'Orsinum' but were once again defeated by Bretons.
1E 1200 ~2208
A group of Imperial priests from the Alessian Order caused a dragon break by accident. They tried to contact Aurbis, the universe in an attempt to prove their theory that Akatosh, the Dragon God of Time and Auri-El, the Elven God of Time are not the same being. Consequently, the dragon break warped all existing beings from 1E 1200 to 1E 2208.
A dragon break is a time breaking phenomenon which distorts the flow of the timeline in the universe. The first dragon break was when Alduin had been warded off to a different timeline before the First Era. This was the third dragon break, presumably because the second one had happened during the disappearance of Dwemers. There are absolutely no records regarding the lost time of 1008 years, and to this day, no one understands how and why it happened.
Along with the chaos that the dragonbreak brought, a civil war broke out in the Alessian Empire. From this war, Alessian Empire fell, and Cyrodiil had to endure 400 years in wars until the Second Empire was formed.
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The Elder Scrolls - 4 - The First Era #1
1E 242 ~ 1E 243
The next human race to prosper after Nords were Imperials, the race that settled in Cyrodiil. They were originally under the persecution of the Ayleids who happened to be the natives of said region. Ayleids didn't serve one of Eight Divines but instead worshiped Meridia, The Daedric Prince of Infinite Energies, and their king, Umaril the Unfeathered happened to be a half-elf with the divine blood. Ayleids allied themselves with Aurorans, a lesser kind of Daedra from Meridia's Oblivion and enslaved Imperials.
(Uriel Septim VII from TES: Oblivion, holding the Amulet of Kings)
A female Imperial named Alessia, one day, was bestowed the Amulet of Kings by the Eight Divines. It was an artifact that could only be worn by a dragonborn and had the power to disconnect the bridge between realms of Mundus and Oblivion. Alessia, as a dragonborn formed a secret alliance afterwards and uprised against Ayleids and waged a war. The absence of help from Daedra was critical, and Ayleids were eventually cornered by fierce warriors of Imperials. When Umaril was defeated by Pelinal Whitestrake, the Divine Crusader, Imperials rejoiced the victory and started the Alessian Empire, also known as the First Empire of Cyrodiil. Alessia's descendants didn't inherit her power as dragonborn, but with Akatosh's bless, all royal bloodline could activate the power of the amulet.
1E 355 ~ 1E 500
Indoril Nerevar, a Chimer leader and Dumak, a Dwemer king united forces to repel the Nords who had invaded Morrowind. The Nordic clan was aching from a civil war at that time and eventually was defeated by the alliance. The Dwemer and Chimer alliance, also known as The First Council went on for many years and kept peace among the two races.
However, Dwemers were a race with advanced technologies which led them to believe they're capable of controlling the power of Red Mountain. Powered by the Heart of Lorkhan, they managed to build a colossus named Numidium which was believed to have a power that transcends a god. Also, a Dwemer Scientist, Kagrenac, with his research, crafted three artifacts which would help harness the power of the Heart of Lorkhan: the dagger Keening, the hammer Sunder, and the gauntlet Wraithguar.
Azura, the Daedric Prince of Dusk and Dawn warned Dwemers not to abuse the Heart of Lorkhan. Unfortunately the words couldn't persuade their arrogance. As a champion of Azura, Indoril Nerevar was ordered to stop them, which in turn made him disband The First Council and wage a war. In the end, he succeeded to kill his friend Dumac, the Dwemer king.
From that day, Dwemers disappeard without a trace in an instant. It's not known whether their research was to blame for their perishment as the reason still remains a mystery to this day. The sole survivor of Dwemer race, Yagrum Bagarn who had been visiting a different realm at the time of war started searching for the rest of his race. He later contracted a disease called Corprus which kept him in agony but prevented aging.
On a side note, Nords who worshiped Lorkhan had participated in the war as well but ended up being defeated. Shocked by the defeat, Jurgen Windcaller, a Nord hero left his companions and founded The Greybeards on the top of High Hrothgar.
The Elder Scrolls - 3 - The Merethic Era
Ysgramor, a Nord hero had gathered numbers of pioneers from Atmora and tried settling down in Skyrim. Snow Elves, the natives of Skyrim, however, did not welcome Ysgramor's action. They destroyed Ysgramor's men which led him to turn back to Atmora. Ysgramor once again gathered 500 Nord companions along with his two sons and eliminated enemies in their way. Things were working out for them until the Snow Prince entered the war.
Everything changed the day the Snow Prince appeared in the battlefield. Many Nord warriors fell to his sword, and Snow Elves were on the brink of victory. However, the last battle didn't turn in their favor. As The Snow Prince's life had been unexpectedly taken away by a twelve-year-old girl's sword, Nords have defeated Snow Elves in the end. In celebration of their victory, Nords founded the first human dynasty in Tamriel, Ysgramor Dynasty which became the origin of The Companions. The fallen Snow Elves fled to the underground and asked Dwemer for their help but were foolishly deceived by them. Blinded and Enslaved by Dwemer, Snow Elves got corrupted and eventually became Falmer.
However, as Alduin, the first son of Akatosh started to oppress men, Nords' victory unfortunately didn't last too long. Alduin was the leader of dragonkind and also worshiped by the Dragon Priests. At this time, one of the priests, Miraak were bestowed the power to kill dragons from Hermaeus Mora, the Daedric Prince of knowledge and became the first dragonborn. Nords asked Miraak to lend them the strength to kill the dragons, but he didn't answer to their call. Instead, he tried to dethrone dragons from their superiority but failed eventually by a fellow dragon priest, Vahlok the Jailor.
As all hopes seemed to have disappeared into the void, one of the Eight Divines, Kynareth and the second son of Akatosh, Paarthunax taught three Nord warriors Dovahzul, the language of dragons. With the power of dragon tongue and the Elder Scrolls, they succeeded to send Alduin forward in time.
With their leader gone, dragons started to scatter, and Nords once again rejoiced their victory and flourished throughout the years. Meanwhile, in Valenwood, King Eplear, a Bosmer, started the Camoran Dynasty, and so began the First Era.
Ballad of Berk Serker 2
Well if you haven't noticed by now that I'm a Wood Elf then you weren't listening to that one guy that is so unimportant that he doesn't even have a name.
Let me say this. It is currently the 4E 202. I was born in the 1E 310. That makes me pretty fucking old. Even compared the High Elven Ass hats. You want to know how I became this old? (Snickers) I always finished my table scraps before I went to bed. The true reason is because I have been cursed since I was but a wee branch hopper.
When I was about 7 or 8 I was practicing my marksmanship by a large river when I was nabbed by a Hagravin. The old hag performed a ritual on my to give her more strength. It backfired though and gave me most of HER strength. This also come with the ability to used massive amounts of magic.
With the last of her strength she three a fireball at me. It hit me directly which surely should have killed me. Instead I just stood there while my clothes were set a blaze with not a single singe upon my head. So instead of killing me she took me under her wing and I mean that quite literally.
It had to be a good 20 years since the monster that had once tried to slaughter me for power had transitioned to teaching me everything I know. Every spell she had learned over 200 years had become mine in a time that was a tenth of that. Mine finally test was not an easy one. It was to drain the last of her life force to become a true power house.
After I had passed my test and laid my dear mentor to rest it was time to go home. Even though I didn't know it at the time, there was no more home for me to return to...
The Elder Scrolls - 2 - Mer, Men, and Beastfolk
The first race to rule the continents of Nirn were Mer, in familiar term, Elves. Crossing mutiple continents such as Aldmeris and Pyandonea, some of them settled in Summerset Isles in Tamriel, and they were called Almder and others who remained in Pyandonea became Maormer, also known as Sea Elves. The Aldmer kept spreading across the land of Tamriel and eventually have changed differently depending on the region they chose to settle.
Aldmer - The first race of Mer
Altmer - Elves that settled down in Summerset Isles. Also known as High Elves
Bosmer - Elves that settled down in Valewood. Also known as Wood Elves
Ayleid - Elves that settled down in Cyrodil. Also known as Wild Elves
Chimer - Elves that settled down in Morrowind. They are the ancestors of Dunmer, also known as Dark Elves
Snow Elves - Elves that settled down in Skyrim. Also known as Ice Elves
Falmer - Corrupted Snow Elves
Orsimer - Elves that settled down in Hammerfell. Also known as Orcs
Dwemer - Elves that lived in the underground. Also known as Deep Elves
Maormer - Elves that settled down in Pyandonea. Also known as Sea Elves
Left-handed Elves - Elves that settled down in Yokuda
Men and Beastfolk
Likewise, Men and Beastfolk have descended from Ehlnofey and spread out through continents in Nirn. Nede, a race of men, originated from Atmora, and the redguard were from Yokuda. As for Beastfolk, Khajiit have settled down in Elsweyr, and Argonians have been living in Black Marsh. Also, the descendant of Akatosh, Dragons lived throughout the entire region of Nurn, and there are many species of beasts including Goblins, Trolls, Giants, and et cetera.
Ancient Nedes later spread throughout the continent of Tamriel and were divided into three. Those who settled themselves in Skyrim are called Nords, and Nedes that moved to South Cyrodil became Imperials. Others went to High Rock, and interbred with Mer to become Breton, a half-men, half-mer.
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POPULAR The Elder Scrolls - 1 - Dawn Era
From the beginning, there existed Anu and Padomay, the very existence older than the ancient and far beyond comprehension. The two were twin brothers but often conflicted. The blood shed from their fights created Et'Ada which mortals often refer to as Gods and Demons.
In the end, from both of their souls, new entities were born. Anu's soul became Anui-El, the soul of all things and his twin brother's soul became Sithis, the void. The birth of Anui-El and Sithis led the creation of Aurbis, the universe. Just like his former self did, Anui-El birthed a soul, Auri-El which in turn gave birth to a force known to us as time. Sithis birthed Lorkhan, the creator of Mundus, a realm for mortals.
As mentioned earlier, Anu and Padomay's offsprings are called Et'Ada who are immortals separated into two by their ancestry. From Anui-El came Aedra, deities that represent order and balance, and from Sithis came Daedra, deities that represent chaos and change. Before Mundus was born, all Et'Ada resided in Aetherius, a realm of their own.
Lorkhan had planned to create a realm for mortals. He persuaded other Et'Ada to join his ambitious plan. Many participated but eventually gave up. The first Et'Ada to give up was Magnus, the god of magic. Magnus' returning journey back to Aetherius made a hole between Mudus and Aetherius which later became the Nirn's sun. Consequently, many holes were made from Et'Ada's returning, and each became a star. Through these stars, a portion of Aetherius' energy flowed in. It became the source of Magicka.
At long last, Lorkhan and Et'Ada have succeeded to create Mundus. The rest of Et'Ada were mostly Aedra, and eight Aedra with the most contribution each created a planet and named it after their own. Nirn, the flesh and blood of Tamriel became the center of Mundus. From such creations, the eight Aedra have lost their form in the end, and only their existence remained in the realm.
After the birth of Muduns, the rest of Aedra became weak and feeble. They settled themselves in Nirn and became mortals named Ehlnofey. The two descendants of Ehlnofey, the Old Ehlnofey and the Wanderers later became the ancestors of Mer(Elf) and Men(Human).
Lorkhan, although disputable, was neither Aedra nor Daedra. Lorkhan was reponsible for the creation of Mundus but was more close to Daedra. At the end, Akatosh, one of the eight Aedra, murdered Lorkhan. His body was divided into two and became moons. His heart crashed onto Nirn which became the Red Mountain. Later in time, the eight Et'Ada were deified and praised each for one's special domain. Hence, the Eight Divines were born.
Aedra & The Eight Divines
Akatosh - The Dragon God of Time
Arkay - The God of Life and Death
Dibella - The Goddess of Beauty
Julianos - The God of Wisdom and Logic
Kynareth - The Goddess of Air
Mara - The Goddess of Love
Stendarr - The God of Mercy
Zenithar - The God of Work and Commerce, The God of Trade
Et'Ada who weren't participating in the creation of Mudus were mostly Daedra and created their own realm called Oblivion. In each Oblivion, a Daedric Prince reigns.
Daedra & The Daedric Princes
Mehrunes Dagon - The Prince of Destruction
Molag Bal - The Prince of Domination
Sheogorath – The Prince of Madness
Azura - The Prince of Dusk and Dawn
Malacath - The Prince of Power, Oath, and the Bloody Curse
Meridia - The Prince of the Energies of all living things
Boethiah - The Prince of Deceit, Conspiracy, Treachery and Sedition
Namira - The Prince of Dark and Shadowy spirits
Hermaeus Mora - The Prince of Knowledge and Memory
Sanguine - The Prince of Hedonism
Mephala - The Prince of Unknown plots
Clavicus Vile - The Prince of Bargains
Peryite - The Prince of Pestilence
Vaermina – The Prince of Dreams and Nightmares
Hircine - The Prince of Daedric Sports
Nocturnal - The Prince of the Night and Darkness
Jyggalag - The Prince of Order
Storyteller's first post on moot! I'm going to be writing a series of posts regarding the lore of The Elder Scrolls series. Starting today, the posts will be uploaded on Mondays and Thursdays. As what I write is from multiple sources and most likely be short and concise, please note that there might be misguided and/or controversial information. If so, feel free to comment down below!
Ballad of Serk Berker
My eyes were foggy while coming back to consciousness. As I came to all I could see was darkness with a tint of a brown knapsack over my head. "Son of a bitch!", I thought as I felt the tightness of a thick rope wrapped around my wrists. All though I could not see I could still smell and hear.
The musk of mold and skiver shit filled the air. Among the dank smell of the sewers I could smell the sweet aroma of a Sweetrole near by. Irony at its best is always a jab at me. This smell is reminding me that though out my life there has always been that glistening of hope among the shit. This was not one of those hopeful times.
This this convoluted mixture of smells was not the only thing amongst the air. There was also the chatter of men coming from the direction of this sticky sweet smell. It sounded like 5 or maybe 6 men around a fire of some sort. "Who could these men be?", I asked my self while sweat dripped from upon my brow.
As my ass sat upon the cold cobblestone in which I assumed was the sewers I shouted out, "So which one of you skiver shit eaters would like to tell me who you are?"
The room had went from a roar of conversation, to a murmur after my first word and finally complete silence. Then an Argonian finally spoke to address me.
"Welcome to our slice or paradise Wood Elf! Thought we could use your company as a play thing of sorts." The whole room roared once again but this time with laughter.
The rough sack was taken from my off of my head only to reveal a confirmation of what I thought to already to be true. We were in the sewers of what I thought to be the Imperial City, there were 7 men including the Argonian that was so arrogant, and I recognized the one man who had been silent this whole time.
This man's name was Hunts-The-Night. An ex-assassin from his homeland of Black Marsh. An Argonian that had it out for me in the worst way. You could say rightfully so but last time I saw him was when he fell into that portal to Oblivion. What was he doing here and how did he escape that dreadful place?
Before I answer that I guess you as the reader want to know the beginning. How I came to end up in a sewer chest deep in shit with a skilled psychopath's knife about to pierce me? Well find out next time on DRAGONBAL... I mean in the next chapter (cough cough).
Ya'll remember your first death?
I remember mine. It was to a stupid slaughterfish because I didn't know how to swim. Don't remember which game it was tho.