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Tiber Septim, also known as Talos Stormcrown, Hjalti Early-Beard, and Tiberius Imperator was a military leader who became one of the most famous figures in Tamrielic history, reigning as Emperor Tiber Septim from 2E 854 to 3E 38. Tiber Septim started his career in service under the Cyrodilic king Cuhlecain, where he was known as General Talos. In this role, he fought to unify Cyrodiil and finally all of Tamriel, an effort that culminated in 2E 896 with the birth of the Third Empire. (more...)
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Did You Know...
- ... that Nirn is the name of the planet on which Tamriel, the continent that hosts most events in the Elder Scrolls games, is located?
- ... that the Mages Guild was dissolved after the Oblivion Crisis?
- ... that Meridia is believed to have originally been a Magna Ge, going by the name of Merid-Nunda?
- ... that The Elder Scrolls didn't mean anything when it was chosen as the series title?
- ... that Saint Jiub the Eradicator drove out all the cliff racers from Vvardenfell?
- ... that Sheogorath, the Daedric Prince of Madness, was actually Jyggalag, the Daedric Prince of Order, until the other Daedric Princes cursed him to live as the former?
- ... that Reymon Ebonarm, the God of War, had his ebony sword fused to his right arm?
- ... that the Ayleid runes on the Knights of the Nine box cover translate to "By the eternal power of Umaril, the mortal gods shall be cast down"?
- ... that a popular drink in Valenwood is jagga, or fermented pig's milk?
- ... that there are 187 named NPCs who are essential at one point or another in Oblivion?
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