In keeping with the current theme of ancient lore of the Elder Scrolls series, such as Padomay and Anu and Morihaus, this week’s lore report features our favorite, feathered half-elf – Umaril the Unfeathered. As always, we shall begin with who is Uma
Diving ever deeper into the ancient history and theology of the Elder Scrolls, I, Fimvul, will be your guide into understanding the relationship between Anu’iel and Sithis to Anu and Padomay. However, before we can delve into the massive labyrinthine
My last lore report potentially raised a few questions. I made a mention of Tower Zero and the Ur-Tower when talking about different ways the Ayleids referred to what became known as the White-Gold Tower. I figured, perhaps, those questions might nee
(I hate using someone else's image but this is honestly the best way to describe them)
Seems there have been a few requests for me to do a report on the Sword-Singers. Having only just recently learned about them myself - within the past year or so -
(Dwemer Architects concept art)
The Dwemer, A History
I will be roughly detailing some neat-o information about the Dwemer in this little article, but I will be mainly focusing on their disappearance.
(Dwemeri Merethic Marks)
So, to start things off, w
(the Dawnguard banner)
Who are the Dawnguard? No, really. We know them as a faction revived by Isran (pictured below), a clan of Vampire Hunters in an age long past, their fort in ruin, but who were they? Bear with me as I attempt to tackle this ques
Alessian Empire, Alessian Order
(the symbol of the Alessian Empire)
A history and story of the trials of St. Alessia, the Nedic slave who rebelled against the Ayleid overlords and made a pact with Akatosh to become the first Dragonborn (please note A
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