Lore:Imperial Saints

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The Imperial Saints are pious individuals venerated by the Church, the majority religion among Imperials.[1][2][3]

Many saints are historical figures who continue to be revered long after death.[1][3][4] The Church also venerates Living Saints, individuals who have received a calling to live by the commands of their chosen Divine as an example to others.[5]

The practice of saint-eating was popular in the First Era before it was banned at some point prior to 1E 2877.[6][7] This involved the disinterring of a saint's body for use as an ingredient in the preparation of food. However, apocryphal accounts suggest the practice did not immediately cease.[6]

List of Saints[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Sir Ralvas' dialogue in Knights of the Nine
  2. ^ Carodus Oholin's dialogue in Knights of the Nine
  3. ^ a b c Guide to ChorrolAlessia Ottus
  4. ^ a b Decentius Opsius' dialogue in Oblivion
  5. ^ a b Olava the Fair's dialogue in Oblivion
  6. ^ a b c The Feast of Saint CoelliciaArfons Jellicandante, Expert on Nibenese Cuisine
  7. ^ Epitaph on a tomb in Sancre Tor in Oblivion
  8. ^ Shezarr and the DivinesFaustillus Junius
  9. ^ Philius Dormeir's dialogue in ESO
  10. ^ Synnolian Tunifus' dialogue in Morrowind
  11. ^ Guide to CheydinhalAlessia Ottus
  12. ^ St. Jahn's Wort in Oblivion
  13. ^ The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Official Game Guide — Peter Olafson