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The Elder Scrolls: Legends Masters Series — June 30, 2018

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Map of Yokuda

Yokuda was a continent west of Tamriel which sank into the sea during the First Era. It was the ancestral home of the Redguards, as well as a purportedly extinct Aldmeri race known as the Lefthanded Elves. It was the birthplace of several famed Redguard heroes, including Frandar Hunding and his son Divad. It was also the nation that birthed the fabled martial tradition of sword-singing. (more...)

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Did you know...

  • ... that according to an ancient Skaal legend described in The Guardian and the Traitor, Solstheim was created when it was sundered from the mainland during a several day long, devastatingly powerful magical duel after a dragon priest was seduced by Hermaeus Mora and fought against his dragon master?
  • ... that you can be crowned Emperor in ESO?
  • ... that most buildings in Skyrim are built partly underground to conserve heat, and are made primarily of stone, with wood used only for support, and roofs of straw above the wood?
  • ... that The Elder Scrolls: Arena was originally going to be played entirely in a single arena, hence the rather irrelevant title and original box art?
  • ... that Redguard was the first fully voiced Elder Scrolls game?
  • ... that a Dremora wrote about the experience of being conjured in I was Summoned by a Mortal?
  • ... that the Psijic Order has removed their home isle of Artaeum from the world twice?
  • ... that the continent of Yokuda, the original home of the Redguards, sunk around 1E 792?
  • ... that, in Vivec's absence, the Ingenium was used to keep Baar Dau from crashing into Vivec City?
  • ... that Morrowind is the first TES game in which the player's stamina regenerates on its own?