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Archmagister I'ric Harad Egun (?b - ?d)[edit]

I'ric Harad Egun (sometimes shortened to I'ric) was the Altmer archmagister of the Crystal Tower, believed to be alive sometime in the early-mid First Era. His name is widely known and is synonymous to the likes of Moraelyn, the Witch-King of Ebonheart, and Ebonarm, the God of War. According to the historical-fiction, King Edward, his name is implied to have significant weight, and so throughout the story, he is simply referred as the ArchMagister. He is worshipped at altars in High Rock and Hammerfell.

Ritemaster Iachesis (?b - ?d)[edit]

Ritemaster Iachesis was the leader of the Psijic Order, a long-standing monastic group of mages dedicated to studying the Old Ways. He was widely considered one of the wisest and most powerful mages in history, and led the Order for at least three and a half millennia.

Jarl Idgrod Ravencrone

Jarl Idgrod Ravencrone (4E? b - ?d)[edit]

Jarl of Morthal at the time of the Stormcloak Rebellion in 4E 201. Idgrod claimed to have visions granted to her by the Eight which she relied on in her governance of Hjaalmarch. While she was careful with her words, she was clearly a supporter of the Empire during the conflict, although the Empire itself noted that under pressure, Idgrod would ultimately seek to protect Morthal's–not the Empire's–interests.[1] Her people were largely bemused and frustrated by her indirect leadership during this time of crisis. She had two children with Aslfur, her husband and steward; a daughter, Idgrod the Younger and a son, Joric - both of whom purportedly shared her visions, especially Joric. Aslfur often insisted that he be consulted before his wife if anyone had business with her, as he did not want people to waste her time requesting help with mundane problems, for which he believed they would not understand her advice.[2]

Jarl Igmund (4E? b - ?d)[edit]

Jarl of Markarth at the time of the Stormcloak Rebellion in 4E 201. His father, Hrolfdir, was killed by the Forsworn. Prior to his death, Igmund's father and the Empire established a Nord militia that included Ulfric Stormcloak in order to re-secure control of Markarth, offering the militia the freedom to worship Talos in exchange for regaining control of Markarth from the Forsworn, a promise which could not be kept once the Thalmor objected. Igmund succeeded as Jarl of Markarth at a young age in 4E 176, following in his father's footsteps in siding with the Imperial Legion, and he continued the fight against the Forsworn for the next twenty-five years.[2]

Ildari Sarothril (?b - 4E 201)[edit]

Ildari Sarothril was a Dunmer Telvanni conjurer and an apprentice of Master Neloth during the Fourth Era. She was killed during an experiment gone awry but was resurrected due to a Heart Stone which had been grafted to her. She was finally slain in 4E 201.

Investigator Vale (?b - ?d)[edit]

Investigator Vale was a fictional Breton detective and the heroine of an eponymous series of mystery novels which were hugely popular during the mid-Second Era. Her adventures took place across Tamriel and often made reference to the current political or social climate. The author of the series was unknown, but some chroniclers claimed it was Lady Arabelle Davaux, a retired soldier of King Emeric's army. It has also been claimed that her adventures are "true-to-life" reimaginings of actual historical events.

Lord Irarak (?b - 3E 427)[edit]

Lord Irarak was a vampire and self-proclaimed god residing in Vvardenfell around 3E 427. Originally named Gulmon Droth, a Dunmer man from Gnisis that contracted Porphyric Hemophilia (vampirism), he came to view himself as a divine being and set himself up as "The Dark Lord Irarak" in a local tomb. He managed to gather a small cult of young and disillusioned followers, who worshipped him and tended to his needs. Although the local population considered him pathetic but harmless, the Quarra vampire clan saw him as a mockery of vampires and had him killed.[3]

Irlav Jarol (3E? b - 3E 433)[edit]

Imperial member of the Council of Mages of the Mages Guild in Cyrodiil as of 3E 433. He was a researcher specializing in Ayleid studies. Among other projects, he supervised the excavation of the ruin at Vahtacen and studied artifacts extracted from within. He was killed by necromancers while studying the Bloodworm Helm for a way to defeat Mannimarco.[4] He was the author of Magic from the Sky.

Isran (4E? b - ?d)[edit]

Isran was a Redguard who served as the leader of the Dawnguard in the Fourth Era after re-founding it. Incredibly driven, Isran has worked tirelessly to further his cause, being stubborn enough to ignore those who told him otherwise.

Originally from the town of Helland, Isran was a Vigilant of Stendarr who struck out on his own when he realized the Order was too soft and didn’t really have what it took to defend against the evil in the world. He knew they’d be overrun one day, and he wasn’t going to wait around for it to happen. While he won’t discuss it with anyone, he lost his family to vampires years ago, and it’s warped him. He now hates vampires far more than he cares about saving people and would willingly sacrifice just about anyone if it gave him a clear shot. In his mind, the ends justify the means every time. While never a member of the Vigilants, Sorine Jurard crossed paths with Isran in the past and appreciated his tenacity and survival instincts, and would gladly have worked with him again if necessary had they not parted on such unpleasant terms.

Isran believed, among other things, that hatred granted strength. He reformed the Dawnguard, with himself as its leader, after he spent years renovating Fort Dawnguard in the Rift. He was considered a lone wolf, and had difficulty maintaining amicable working relationships. Nevertheless, he called upon many past allies to help him fight the emerging threat of the Volkihar vampires.

Istlod (4E? b - 4E? d)[edit]

Nord High King of Skyrim during the Fourth Era, he ruled for almost twenty-five years and was considered to be instrumental in keeping the province together during the Great War. Upon his death, the Moot formally named his son Torygg his successor.[5]

Iszara (2E? b - ?d)[edit]

Iszara was a Redguard leader of the late Second Era who, along with her brother Cyrus, was instrumental in the rebellion of Stros M'Kai against the Imperial occupation. She became the city's ruler, guided by the spirit of her secret lover, Prince A'tor. In this position, she ordered the rebuilding of the city and likely had some part in organizing the First Treaty of Stros M'Kai.


  1. ^ The Holds of Skyrim
  2. ^ a b Events of Skyrim
  3. ^ Events of Morrowind
  4. ^ Events of Oblivion
  5. ^ Sybille Stentor's dialogue in Skyrim.