by Max Barry

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Lore Sources for digging deeper prior to 4E201/4E202. [And obligatory just-in-case disclaimer.]

A variety of lore sources I have used in the past have been listed bellow to help the uninitiated understand the Elder Scrolls lore which is the backbone of this nation, I hope this factbook proves useful. Know to take every link bellow, apart from the Imperial library, with some amount of salt and cross-check between them. [And in fact, take whatever I say or write in my factbooks regarding established canon lore within the TES universe with salt. If you know I got something wrong, please TG me! This does not include any fill-ins I've included in areas established lore does not cover, or anything left ambiguous by established lore. Also note I cherry-pick any lore from TES Online, due to the game's questionable canonicity.]

Shoddycast ES Lore season 1:

Shoddycast ES Lore season 2:

Shoddycast Skyrim Storyteller season 1:


Elder Scrolls Wiki:

Decadence Night, Elder Scrolls lore:

Imperial Knowledge:

TESLore Reddit:

The Imperial Library:

Zaric Zhakaron's lore series:

Leftover Pat's "Leftover Lore":

It goes without saying you can learn lore by playing the Elder scrolls games made by Bethesda with quests, dialogue, and books.

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