“When Magic (Magnus), architect of the plans for the mortal world, decided to terminate the project, the Gods convened at the Adamantine Tower [Direnni Tower, the oldest known structure in Tamriel] and decided what to do. Most left when Magic did. Others sacrificed themselves into other forms so that they might Stay (the Ehlnofey). Lorkhan was condemned by the Gods to exile in the mortal realms, and his heart was torn out and cast from the Tower. Where it landed, a Volcano formed. With Magic (in the Mythic Sense) gone, the Cosmos stabilized. Elven history, finally linear, began.” — Before the Ages of Man
Welcome back to Lorekhan! We’re finally working into somewhat more complicated areas of the lore, including lore from Michael Kirkbride’s work that was external from the Elder Scrolls games.
Also, being as some lore is pretty complex and TES tends to like to have conflicting and varied accounts of everything, I can’t guarantee that I’ll get everything “right”. If there is a serious mistake I make anywhere, please do point it out for me. Continue reading
“…and that you not speak that which must not be spoken openly. Act as a dutiful priest should, in accordance with your vows of obedience to the canons and archcanons, and all will be forgiven. Defy me, and you will know what it is to stand against a god.” — Vivec, The Battle of Red Mountain, and the Rise and Fall of the Tribunal Continue reading
“Now, as the Empire rots under its own corruption, our opportunity arises. We, with our ancient wisdom and clear purpose, have the advantage. Together, Altmer, Bosmer, and Khajiit will fight back the evils rooted in the Empire, quiet the unruly hordes of the Ebonheart Pact and Daggerfall Covenant, and usher in a shining age of reason, culture, and peace.
Stand with us.” –Dominion Handbil
Welcome back to Lorekhan! This time, we will be covering just about the darkest period in Tamriel’s history: the Fourth Era. This era began with ending of the Oblivion Crisis, but that was just the start. Many of the things that had stayed relatively the same for at least a millennium start to change in this era, and not quite for the better. Continue reading
Welcome back to Lorekhan! It’s been a bit since I last wrote this series, but now that all my writers have agreed on a set weekly day to dedicate to writing together, I thought this would be a good series to bring back to life. Not going to run out of Elder Scrolls lore or anything, and this is a series I envisioned as being long-running.
The former episodes will also be reformatted for easier reading, and to match writing styles with future episodes. Continue reading