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Contents show]Official description EditThis article covers the official story and lore of the Elder Lore and is meant to be informative and entertaining.

It is not intended to provide a comprehensive overview of Elder Scrolls lore, or to be an encyclopedia of Elder Lore.

It’s not meant to contain the lore of each game, nor to include all the lore that has been created for them.

It can be considered as a general guide of the various stories and storylines.

It is also not intended as an in-depth guide for any game.

If you want to know everything about a particular game, go directly to that game’s official website and read the lore there.

You will probably have to read the full Elder Scrolls wiki first, but if you want the lore, go here for that.

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This is a guide to the Elder stories and events, and the lore surrounding them.

The Elder Lore is a series of books and audio dramas which are written by the Elder Gods, which were created and created to guide the Elder races of Tamriel.

The first book was published in 2007, and its title was The Elder Scrolls Legends: A History of the Four Lands, the second in 2008, and The Elder Gods Legends: The Last Days of Oblivion, the third in 2009, and a final installment, entitled The Elder Wars: Legends of the Eld, was released in 2013.

The Elder Scrolls were created by the gods as part of a grand effort to achieve balance in the world.

They are described as a race of beings of great power and knowledge, whose power is so great that it can change the course of history.

Many have called them gods.

They also created a system of laws and rules for governing their creation of the world, and many of these laws are based on their own knowledge and understanding of the universe.

The creation of a universe with a unified, interconnected universe was an important goal of the gods.

They had to create a world that could exist without the gods controlling it, a world which would never fall apart, and this goal was made very clear by the fact that the first recorded statement about the creation of an all-powerful being was made by a man named Vivec in his book The History of Morrowind.

He was speaking of the Creation of Nirn, and when he wrote that, he said it was not his word but that of a god, not of mortals but of the spirits of the ancestors of the Nirnans.

The world of Tamr was created as the result of a very precise plan that the gods had made, and that the human race had not understood.

The idea was that Tamriel would become a place where the gods would live in peace.

The world of Skyrim was created for this purpose.

Skyrim was an ideal world that was set apart from the rest of Tamrielta, and it was designed to be a place of peace and prosperity.

There were no wars in Tamriel at the start of the First Era.

The gods did not have to worry about any wars, and they could choose how they wanted to spend their time and their lives.

In Skyrim, the gods created a great hall in the mountains which they called the Hall of the Ancestors.

They set the hall high in the sky so that the spirits could hear the voice of the great Elder God, Vivec.

Vivec told the Elder gods of what he had done and he said that he had created the hall for himself and that he was the Elder God.

Vivek the Conqueror, the last living Elder God of Tamar, lived in the Hall with the Elder Dwarves and the Elder Dragons.

He had many companions.

He created the Hall and the world of Morrow, and he kept it safe from the meddling of the other Elder Gods.

In the halls, Vivek kept a collection of items called the Binder of the Fords, which was his treasure chest, and where Vivek himself kept his sword and his helmet.

The Hall was the place where Vivec spoke his last words.

He said that if the gods were going to create this world, they would have to make it perfect.

And this was what the gods did.

They created a place that was perfect, that was not imperfect, and so that they could live in harmony.