It is 514 in the 5th Era.
The great Empire has fallen and the Imperials have been pushed back into their native Cyrodiil, which was once the heart of the Empire. The races of Tamriel have reverted back into their own kingdoms: the Nords remain in Skyrim, the Argonians in Black Marsh, the Bretons in High Rock, the Khajiit in Elsweyr, the Redguards in Hammerfell, the Dunmer in Morrowind, the Bosmer in Valenwood, the Altmer on the Summerset Isles, and the Orcs have finally won their freedom and their own land in Orsinium.
Although peace has been made and all races are pleased, the king in Cyrodiil suffers from delusions of grandeur and seeks the restoration of the Empire. Playing upon the nostalgic hearts of his Imperial race, King Titus Veren has adopted the name of Tiber Septim - after the great Emperor who became a god - and has assured them a return to glory.
But the other races will not yield so soon.
Ding dong the wicked witch is dead. ~ updates are coming soon to a chapter near you. lol
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