The elder scrolls: The Imperial History

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
"efore the rule of Tiber Septim, all Tamriel was in chaos. The poet Tracizis called that period of continuous unrest “days and nights of blood and venom.” The kings were a petty lot of grasping tyrants, who fought Tiber's attempts to bring order to the land."

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The elder scrolls: The Imperial History

Submitted: August 06, 2013

"efore the rule of Tiber Septim, all Tamriel was in chaos. The poet Tracizis called that period of continuous unrest “days and nights of blood and venom.” The kings were a petty lot of grasping tyrants, who fought Tiber's attempts to bring order to the land." Read Chapter

Submitted: August 06, 2013

Chapter 2   Kintyra's murder in Glenpoint while in captivity is considered by some to be the end of the pure strai... Read Chapter

Submitted: August 06, 2013

Chapter 3 It will be recalled that Uriel IV was not a Septim by birth. His mother, though she reigned as Empress for many years, was ... Read Chapter

Submitted: August 06, 2013

Chapter 4 On Uriel V's death across the sea in distant, hostile Akavir, Uriel VI was but five years old. In fact, Urie... Read Chapter