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King Eadwyre (3E 340 - 418)[edit]

King Eadwyre was the ruler of Wayrest in the late Fourth and early Fifth Centuries of the Third Era. He was the husband of Queen Carolyna with whom he had a daughter, Elysana. Later in life, Eadwyre wed the Dunmer Queen Barenziah, and became stepfather to her children, Helseth and Morgiah.

Together with Barenziah, Eadwyre plotted to bring about the downfall of Jagar Tharn when he learned the Imperial Battlemage was masquerading as the Emperor during the Imperial Simulacrum. In the years prior to the Warp in the West, he was known to be one of several factions which fought for possession of the Totem of Tiber Septim.

Eadwyre died in 3E 418 at the age of 78, and was succeeded by Queen Elysana.

King Eamond (2E? b - 2E 582)[edit]

Ruler of Bangkorai, in High Rock, from the seat of his house in Evermore. His father, Duke Blaise Guimard, was a hero of the war against Durcorach the Black Drake, and was elevated to the throne after King Heseph died without issue during the siege of Evermore in 2E 542.[1] After Blaise allied with King Emeric during Ranser's War, Eamond was wed to Arzhela, a cousin of Emeric. In 568, Eamond ascended to the throne after his father's death. During his reign, he and Arzhela had two children, Prince Adrien and Princess Elara.[1]

In 2E 582, Evermore faced dual invasions from the Imperial Seventh Legion, lead by the Magus-General Septima Tharn in the south [2] and the Dark Witnesses Reach clan from the north. There are conflicting accounts of Eamond's actions during this time; one source states that Eamond gathered his troops at Bangkorai Garrison and mounted a defense against the Seventh Legion.[2] Another source claims that Eamond rode out with his forces to fight the Reachmen at Northglen and ultimately perishing in the fight, along with his son.[3] As was tradition for the Kings of Evermore, Eamond's body was interred at Bangkorai Garrison.[4]

After his death, his brother Duke Renchant was appointed regent after Queen Arzhela stepped down to allow him to lead the city's defense against the Reachman invasion.[5] During this time, while Eamond was remembered fondly, the rest of the royal family were slandered in what was likely Imperial propaganda.[6] However, the Duke was removed from power after his plot to surrender the city to the Imperial forces was revealed, whereupon Arzhela assumed the responsibilities of leadership. [7]

Prince Ebel Septim (3E 380 - 3E 433)[edit]

Youngest legitimate son of Uriel Septim VII and Caula Voria. Following the Restoration in the late Third Era, rumors circulated that Ebel and his two brothers were actually doppelgangers placed in the household during the Imperial Simulacrum, leading to riots in the Imperial City.[8] He was murdered by Mythic Dawn agents at the age of 53, in a coordinated assassination of the emperor and all his known heirs.[9]

Eddar Olin (fl. 4E 1st century)[edit]

A pretender to the Ruby Throne of the Empire. Sometime after Titus Mede I captured the Imperial City in 4E 17, Eddar Olin led his army against him from the south. Titus routed Olin with a force of less than 2,000 men.[10]

Edhelorn (?b - 2E 382)[edit]

Edhelorn was a Bosmer who served as the Silvenar the mid-Second Era. As the Silvenar he was "The Voice of the People", the embodiment of the will of the Bosmer. He also represented the spiritual side of the Bosmer, while his counterpart and wife Finoriell represented the physicality of the Bosmer as the Green Lady. Both loved each other dearly.

He was instrumental in the formation of the first Aldmeri Dominion, helping bring together the Bosmer of Valenwood, the Altmer of Summerset and the Khajiit of Elsweyr. He acted as a diplomatic envoy from the inception of the Dominion and gained a reputation as an unrivalled diplomat.

King Edward (fl. early 1E)[edit]

Edward was the legendary King of Daggerfall during the early years of the First Era, amidst the waning years of Nordic control over High Rock. King Edward's legacy has been told through stories that have been passed down as far as the late years of the Third Era, spanning across all of Tamriel. It is shared with his trusted allies, the Witch-King of Ebonheart, Moraelyn and his Companions. His legend has been documented in the historical fiction, King Edward, which circulated in the Iliac Bay. He was a skilled warrior in magic, wielding a mithril staff and the dagger, Dragon's Tooth.

Jarl Eerika Skjoralmor (fl. 2E 561 - 582)[edit]

Eerika Skjoralmor was a Thane, and later a Jarl of Falkreath. She was a member of Skjoralmor Clan and a descendant of Bjarfrud Skjoralmor. She was crowned in 2E 582, during the Interregnum after leading successful defense of the town from the Dreadhorn Clan invasion. Her father and predecessor Hjurgol Skjoralmor was neither popular nor a well-loved Jarl but Eerika commanded significant respect from her subjects.

King Einar (fl. before 2E 582)[edit]

King Einar was the ruler of Skyrim at some point before 2E 582. Little is known of his reign, but maps of the Rift from his times were known for their depictions of fantastic creatures along the edges of the parchment. Such maps were still found around the Tamriel during the Interregnum of the Seond Era.

Einarr (?b- 3E 357)[edit]

Einarr was a Nord chieftain of Thirsk who lived in the fourth century of the Third Era. He succeeded Isgeror White-Wave as Chieftain of Thirsk after slaying the frost Giant Guolog and presenting his foot as a battle trophy. He would hold onto the chieftainship for a period of six years before being killed by Gisl Round-Gut who would take his place as Chieftain.

Einarr the Younger (?b- 3E 364)[edit]

Einarr the Younger was a Nord chieftain of Thirsk who lived in the fourth century of the Third Era.

He became Chieftain of Thirsk after slaying the previous chieftain Gisl Round-Gut and presenting his stomach as a battle trophy. He ruled Thirsk for seven years.

Elante of Alinor (fl. 3E 427 - 433)[edit]

Elante of Alinor was an Altmer archaeologist from Alinor in the late Third Era. She was a scholar of Daedric shrines, and authored a set of research notes.

In 3E 427 Elante and her colleague Badama Andarys uncovered a Daedric ruin in a cave found along Vvardenfell's northern coastline in the Sheogorad region. This turned out to be the fabled Tomb of Mordrin Hanin. The expedition ended in disaster when their summonings failed to conjure anything more than scamps to aid their excavation and the Nerevarine looted the cave and tomb of treasure, killing Badama in the process.

In 3E 433, Elante's research pointed her towards a cave along Cyrodiil's Gold Coast, which likely contained a Daedric shrine. She hired a new recruit from the Fighters Guild to help her navigate the cave and slay the many hostile Daedra who inhabited it. Elante discovered a lost shrine to Molag Bal deep inside the cave, which helped to further the understanding of Daedra.

Eldjar Bear-Skinner (?b- 3E 398)[edit]

Eldjar Bear-Skinner was a Nord chieftain of Thirsk during the Imperial Simulacrum in the fourth century of the Third Era.

He became Chieftain of Thirsk after slaying the previous Chieftain Caccino Aurelia after he was revealed as a fraud and presenting his tongue as a battle trophy.

Knight Eleidon (fl. before 1E 5th century)[edit]

Eleidon was a renowned holy Breton knight of legend. He was recorded in Breton history as a highly esteemed individual, admired for his bravery and unwavering commitment to set all wrongs right and fight against any injustices. Many stories exist about Eleidon's gallant and brave deeds, including a particularly well-known tale in which he saved a baron's daughter from certain death at the hands of a warlord. In recognition of his noble acts, the baron expressed his gratitude by commissioning the creation of an enchanted shield, known as Eleidon's Ward. This artifact was imbued with magical properties, allowing the wielder to heal wounds.

Matron Elgroalif (2E? b - 2E 582)[edit]

Matron Elgroalif was a powerful Reachfolk witch associated with the Ghostsong Clan. Together with Witch-Lord Kegairn and few other members of the clan, they conducted a series of dark rituals at Four Skull Lookout that posed a severe threat to the Reach. She was a known void mage who had successfully undergone the transformation to become a Voidmother.

Jarl Elgryr the Unminded (2E? b - 2E? d)[edit]

A little-known Jarl of Windhelm who lived in the Second Era. He was considered a cold-hearted ruler who cared little for the social inequity that was prevalent under his rule. The members of the "lower classes" of the city were subject to magical experimentation and assault by mages associated with Elgryr.[11] The people, starving and desperate, eventually stormed the palace of "the unminded one".[12]

Jarl Elisif the Fair (Skyrim)

Jarl Elisif the Fair (fl. 4E 201)[edit]

Elisif the Fair is the beloved wife of Torygg, High King of Skyrim, before his death at the beginning of the Stormcloak Rebellion. Following Torygg's death, she took his place as Jarl of Solitude, though the decision on who would assume the role of High King (or Queen) was delayed due to the outbreak of the rebellion. Elisif believed that the throne of Skyrim was her right, as High King Torygg's widow. However, she believed it best not to formally announce her intentions until the rebellion was quashed. She was a popular leader among her people, although some of her courtiers had concerns about her young age and inexperience, and believed she was under the thumb of General Tullius.

Eloisa (3E 288 - 3E 335)[edit]

Daughter of Emperor Uriel V, twin to Morihatha and half-sister to Uriel VI. Mother of Emperor Pelagius IV who was crowned in 3E 339 upon the assassination of Morihatha. Eloisa died of fever in 3E 335.[13]

Elsarel (fl. before 2E 582)[edit]

Elsarel was an Orc master of bow and a hero held in high regard by the Orc branch of the Cult of Trinimac. According to the scriptures of the Trinimac faithful Elsarel was known for their great feats of archery. One of the well-known feats, recorded by Venerable Uugus was slaying the colossal Daedroth Zetthax. It is said that the Orsimer hero managed to slay the monster with a single arrow through the eye. It is also believed that Elsarel honored their god Trinimac, the Golden Champion by practicing archery with the bow for 20 hours out of every 24.

Elthonor the Barkborn (fl. before 2E 582)[edit]

Elthonor the Barkborn was a Bosmer legendary hero. They stood among many of the illustrious heroes of the Wood Elves, thriving prior to 2E 582. They shared recognition with figures like the Many-Tales Wolf and Fildunor Boughbrow, and notably, the Ghost of the Green. Despite being considered less renowned than the Ghost, Treethane Einisse's The Ghost of the Green speaks of the Barkborn's remarkable accomplishments.

Elysana (3E 389 - ?d)[edit]

Queen Elysana was the daughter of Queen Carolyna and King Eadwyre of Wayrest. Carolyna died in 3E 392, and a few years later, Eadwyre remarried. Queen Barenziah became Elysana's stepmother, and the princess gained elder step-siblings in Prince Helseth and Princess Morgiah.

In the years prior to the Miracle of Peace, the princess became locked in a power struggle with her stepbrother for the throne. The law of succession favored Elysana, but Helseth was now the eldest, and he (and Barenziah) held much influence. While Elysana cultivated an air of innocent vapidity, in reality she had become as ruthless as the prince; among her allies was the influential noble Lord Woodborne, to whom she was betrothed—and who held the key to an artifact of immense power.

This period saw the arrival of an Agent of the Emperor, sent to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of King Lysandus of Daggerfall. The Agent was drawn into the siblings' machinations; Helseth hatched a scheme to blackmail Lord Castellian, head of the Elder Council, into changing the law of succession in his favor. Elysana retaliated by manipulating the same Agent into unwittingly helping her assassinate Lord Castellian. The princess later attempted to have the Agent assassinated as well, but this plan failed.

Elysana's plans for the throne were dealt another blow when Lord Woodborne was exposed by the Emperor's Agent as Lysandus' murderer, and killed. However, when King Eadwyre finally died in 3E 418 after the Warp in the West, Elysana emerged victorious. After ascending to the throne, the new queen banished Helseth and Barenziah from the court of Wayrest.

By the close of the Third Era, Queen Elysana had borne two children by her new royal consort, a son named Eadwyre "Wyre" II after his grandfather, and a daughter named Tymona. The queen also forged an alliance with Wayrest's old enemies, the Orcs of Orsinium, and was considered by many contemporaries to be the most feared ruler in western Tamriel. In 3E 433 she attended the Engagement Ball of Geldall Septim, but he and his brothers were assassinated by a coordinated attack by the Mythic Dawn during the event, and she may have been among the assassinated heirs.

Emer Dareloth[edit]

Emer Dareloth was a guildmaster of the Thieves Guild in Cyrodiil during the Third Era. According to legend he was the thief who stole the Gray Cowl of Nocturnal from the Daedric Prince herself, resulting in him becoming the first person to assume the mantle of the Gray Fox. As a result of stealing the cowl, a curse was placed upon it by Nocturnal that meant the name of cowl's owner would be lost to mortal memory. "Whosoever wears it shall be lost in the shadows. His true nature shall be unknown to all who meet him. His identity shall be struck from all records and histories. Memory will hide in the shadows, refusing to record the name of the owner to any who meet him. He shall be known by the cowl and only by the cowl."

High King Emeric (2E 521 - ?d)[edit]

King Emeric

High King Emeric of Wayrest was a member of the Cumberland Dynasty in the Second Era. When Emeric was a boy, his father sent him to Castle Ravenwatch to study under the tutorage of the vampiric Count Verandis Ravenwatch, whose support would later be pivotal to Emeric becoming King and convincing the nobility to support the Greater Daggerfall Covenant. His father, Earl Pierric, made sure he was schooled in both economics and military matters, and he would serve as a lieutenant escorting caravans during the summers. When he was twenty, in 2E 541, he helped fend off the onslaught of the Reachmen leader Durcorach when the latter began leading attacks against cities in High Rock. Emeric finally killed Durcorach outside Daggerfall.

In 2E 563, the Knahaten Flu swept through High Rock, killing King Gardner and the entire royal family of Wayrest. Succession fell to Emeric, who ascended to the throne, beginning the Cumberland Dynasty. There was reportedly a "Halo of Gold" around the sun on the day of his coronation. He wed Princess Maraya of Sentinel three years later, greatly angering King Ranser of Shornhelm, who had desired Emeric to marry his daughter, leading to Ranser's War in Last Seed of that year. He wielded the Orichalc Scalpel when Ranser's army came to the gates of Wayrest, and Emeric's forces eventually succeeded in breaking their siege of his city. In the aftermath of the war, Emeric helped forge the Greater Daggerfall Covenant. Emeric was a strong advocate for an invasion of Cyrodiil in order to restore "the true flame of the Empire of Man".

Emmeg Gro-Kayra (1E? b - 1E? d)[edit]

According to myth, he was an Orcish warrior, born in Normar Heights in present-day High Rock, who lived in the First Era before Orsinium was founded. He was a Demiprince, as he was the son of the Daedric Prince Malacath and an orcish maiden (presumably named Kayra) who died during childbirth. He was raised by the shaman of her tribe, the Grilikamaug. At the age of fifteen, after completing his tribe's rite of ascension, Emmeg spent the next two years performing many noble deeds throughout High Rock.

Eventually, Sheogorath learned of his deeds, and tricked Emmeg into accepting his cursed blade of rage known as the Neb-Crescen, which later compelled him to brutally killed a young orc woman. Sheogorath then summoned Malacath on the site of the grisly murder and instigated his vengeance. Sheogorath offered to allow Malacath to remain to honor-kill the Orc, with his asking price being that he used the weapon of Sheogorath's choice to banish the murderer to the Shivering Isles. Malacath agreed. He manifested in the direction the killer was fleeing, and drew the blade, which further fueled his rage. The prince quickly crossed the distance, and cleanly lobbed Emmeg's head off his body, and what followed was a sudden silence. Seeing the severed head, Malacath realized what he had done; He had damned his biological son that to the realm of the Mad God. To further exacerbate the pain, Sheogorath came to the scene to claim the still sentient head of Emmeg and the Neb-Cresen. Malacath stayed behind and mourned as he heard the pleas of his son being carried off into the distance.[14]

Empedocles (fl. before 3E 433)[edit]

A renowned mage whose writings were recorded in the Daedric language. Some of his work dealt with the magical generation of life.[15]

General Endare (?b - 2E 582[edit]

Endare was an Altmeri general that was active in the mid-Second Era. In life, she was a controversial figure that served in the early years of the First Aldmeri Dominion, during their expansion into the elden kingdom of Grahtwood. She was the commanding officer of the Jade Dragoons, an elite militia of Altmeri soldiers. It was through her leadership that she acquired the epithet of the Jade Butcher for her direct involvement in the massacre at Cormount. In general, she was known for being extremely thorough, whether in the battlefield or not.

Prince Enman Septim (3E 378 - 3E 433)[edit]

Middle son of Uriel Septim VII and Caula Voria. Following the Restoration in the late Third Era, rumors circulated that Enman and his two brothers were actually doppelgangers placed in the household during the Imperial Simulacrum, leading to riots in the Imperial City.[16] He was murdered by Mythic Dawn agents at the age of 55, in a coordinated assassination of the emperor and all his known heirs.[9]

Ennon Decan (fl. late 1E)[edit]

Ennon Decan was the founder of the Order of the Hour in the early years of the Second Empire, during the First Era. One of the oldest knightly orders in the Empire, they were dedicated to Akatosh, though originally it drew its members from the priesthood and military alike. Ennon built their headquarters, later known a Knightsgrave, in the Gold Coast region of Cyrodiil. He established chambers for training and meditation, places for prayer and contemplation, and even areas where the members of the Order could rest and relax.[17][18] It was later discovered Ennon built the base atop an ancient cave that was believed to have been inhabited by members of the Alessian Order.[19] When Ennon and his original group of companions died, great statues were raised in their memory. The Order continued operating out of Knightsgrave for nearly one hundred years before the organization disbanded.[17] The Paladin's Mail is a highly-enchanted set of armor that was worn by Ennon Decan back in his prime.[20][21]

Enric Milres (2E? b - 2E? d)[edit]

Enric Milres was a Second Era poet and writer. He authored the books The Alik'r and Sacred Witness. Although born in the Imperial City, he traveled widely across Tamriel and adopted the city of Sentinel as his home. While pursuing information to write about the Dark Brotherhood, he met the Night Mother herself, and was coerced into aiding their "despicable" acts. Years later, overcome by guilt, he published an account of the meeting, and was found murdered soon after.[22]

Vateshran Eoinola (fl. before 2E 582)[edit]

Vateshran Eoinola was a known historian and storyteller among the Reachfolk. Little is known about their life, but they were devoted to spreading the tales of Lorkh the Sower of Flesh, and the creation. They lived before 2E 582. Two quotes related to the Void, creation, Lorkh, his heart and the early Men were attributed to them.

Eorlund Gray-Mane (fl. 4E 201)[edit]

A member of the prestigious Gray-Mane family of Whiterun in and around 4E 201. He was married to Fralia, and they had three children, Avulstein, Olfina, and Thorald. The family sided with the Stormcloaks during Skyrim's civil war, and Thorald went missing while fighting the Imperials.[23] Eorlund worked the famous Skyforge at the Jorrvaskr Mead Hall for the Companions, and was widely regarded as the best blacksmith in Skyrim.[24]

Ephen (fl. early 1E)[edit]

Ephen (also called S'ephen) was a Chimer[nb 1] noble that was active during the early First Era. He is the center of an obscure temple-cult who worships him as The God of the Wild that was created in homage by his half-brother, Moraelyn, the Witch-King of Ebonheart. In death, he was given the duty of safeguarding the Horn of Summoning and eventually the Staff of Chaos. Statues of Ephen depicted him wielding a hammer, atop of an anvil of adamantium, and shrines dedicated to him have been active since the late Third Era, as far west as the Iliac Bay.

Ephrem Benirus (fl. mid 2E)[edit]

Ephrem Benirus was the Count of Anvil during the mid-Second Era.[25] Under the rule of Emperor Leovic, he served as the Imperial Prefect of the city. After the Count of Kvatch, Varen Aquilarios, rebelled against the emperor, Benirus sent the Imperial forces stationed in Anvil to seize Varen's property and holdings. Varen's nephew, Carolus Aquilarios, repelled the attack after he rallied the single cohort of the Second Legion that Varen left in his command, as well as the Kvatch Warders.[26] After numerous failed invasions against Kvatch, Anvil's defenses were practically nonexistent. The pirate queen Fortunata ap Dugal exploited this weakness and quickly took control of the city with her crew. Count Benirus was deposed and paraded through the streets wearing a slave collar.[27] Fortunata proclaimed herself Provincial Governor and took up residence in Anvil Castle.[28] Items bearing Ephrem's image were ordered destroyed, and the docking fees he had set were more than doubled.[29][30]

In the Third Era, a large manor in Anvil bore his name. Located where the Anvil Repository once stood in the Second Era, Benirus Manor was owned and inhabited by Lorgren Benirus.[31]

King Eplear (fl. early 1E)[edit]

King Eplear was an early ruler of the province of Valenwood and the founder of the long-lived Camoran Dynasty. The date for his founding of the dynasty is traditionally accepted as the earliest date in Tamriel's recorded history, 1E 0.

While little is known about Eplear's life in detail, historians have suggested that it was Eplear who first united the wild ancestral Bosmer and created for Valenwood its first effective political identity, something that is called one of the "greatest military feats in Tamriel's history". He is also remembered as a benevolent, welcoming king who invited refugees from the troubled Ayleid Empire and elsewhere to live in Valenwood with the Bosmer.

Sage Eraintine (fl. ~3E 250)[edit]

Eraintine was a Sage during the Third Era, around 3E 250. When the Council granted Andorak the High Rock kingdom of Shornhelm to end the war, Eraintine called it "Tiber Septim's heart beating no more", and wrote that the Camoran Usurper emerged "from out of a cimmerian nightmare".[32]

Eric of Guis (fl. ~1E 2820)[edit]

A diplomat in the service of Reman II originating from Guis. He was an emissary to the Altmer (circa 1E 2820) and later the Bosmer. He was a prolific writer, with his largely negative impressions of both races quoted extensively in The Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition.

Erlendr (fl. 2E)[edit]

Erlendr was an Atmoran warrior from the Second Era. He and four companions embarked on a quest to find Sovngarde. However, Erlendr, Hunroor, and Nikulas were betrayed by the wizard Grimkell, who turned them into stone pillars at Brodir Grove on Solstheim. They were avenged by Ulfgar the Unending, who killed the wizard. All of the friends eventually did find their way to Sovngarde.

High King Erling (fl. before 2E 582)[edit]

A High King of Skyrim who ruled from Solitude. Following his coronation, Erling was responsible for significantly expanding Solitude's defenses. Among his additions were the city's outer walls and gates, an extension to Castle Dour, and a bridge that connected the city's windmill with the Emperor's Tower of Castle Dour. These structures are noted to feature a more rounded style of architecture than the rest of the city in accordance with Erling's preferences.[33][34]

Errandil, Living Saint of Arkay (3E? b - 3E 433)[edit]

A Living Saint of Arkay in the late Third Era. Errandil served at the Great Chapel of Arkay in the city of Cheydinhal in Cyrodiil. He was a crusader against the practice of necromancy, and approved of Arch-Mage Hannibal Traven's stance on the Black Arts and its subsequent banning from the Mages Guild.[35] Errandil was slain in 3E 433 by a contingent of Aurorans sent to desecrate the Chapel by Umaril the Unfeathered in his war against the Divines. The Chapel was saved from desecration by the Divine Crusader, but not before the saint's untimely death.[36]

Ervana Ules (fl. mid 2E)[edit]

A legendary warrior who took up the mantle of the Scarlet Judge during the Interregnum. She protected the people of Morrowind for over forty years before she was killed. She named Melar Sadus and her successor.[37]

Lady Essenia (? - 2E 582)[edit]

Lady Essenia (also known as the Blood Queen) was a master alchemist and the high chamberlain of Greymoor Keep. Essenia was a vampire ancient, and prior to Rada al-Saran's arrival, she ruled over Greymoor Keep.

Lady Essenia is credited with the creation of Chaotica Vampiris, a strain of vampirism that only infects those already afflicted with vampirism. The afflicted are transformed into Bloodknights, pale monstrosities that are stronger and faster than normal vampires. The Blood Queen sought to elevate her vampiric condition, and succeeded in doing so in 2E 582, when a vampire sired by Count Verandis Ravenwatch appeared in her castle. Lady Essenia used Verandis's blood to empower herself, transforming into a magical abomination similar to Harrowing Reaper. She was slain by the Vestige that same day.

High Kinlady Estre (ESO)

Eshita (fl. 2E 309)[edit]

Eshita was a Second Era queen of Pellitine. After the Thrassian Plague ravaged Elsweyr in 1E 2260 and destroyed 14 of the original 16 Khajiit kingdoms, Pellitine was the only state standing in the province besides Anequina. She co-founded the Kingdom of Elsweyr when she married Keirgo of Anequina in 2E 309.[38][39][40]

High Kinlady Estre (fl. 2E 582)[edit]

High Kinlady Estre Errinorne was the wife of Prince Naemon of Summerset Isle, sister-in-law of Queen Ayrenn, canonreeve of the city of Skywatch in Auridon, and the leader of the Veiled Heritance under the guise of the Veiled Queen.

Etra of the Many Spears (fl. before 2E 582)[edit]

Etra of the Many Spears was a Naga hero of the Dead-Water tribe. According to tribal elders, his soul was older than the tribe itself and before he had even hatched his egg-minders could hear him crying out war-chants.

In life, he was a fearsome warrior who was said to have felled great trees and slain huge beasts. After defeating other warriors, he would often eat their hearts or claim their grave-stakes as a trophy, which he would store in a large stone vault known as the Tomb of Many Spears. When a great Voriplasm claimed his vault, a furious Etra fought a great battle with it. Etra was ultimately killed and the vault became his tomb. Over the years, many Dead-Water kaals attempted to raid the tomb and claim a piece of Etra's remains to forge a mighty weapon, but they all ended in failure.

In 2E 582, the Vestige ventured into Etra's tomb and defeated the remains of the Naga warrior in order to recover his grave-stake and learn more about the Remnant of Argon.

Grandmaster Ettiene Volusus (fl. 1E 2879 - 2902)[edit]

Ettiene Volusus was one of the leaders of the Dragonguard, who was known for being the one who chronicled the history of the Order. She was remembered as one of the four greatest Grandmasters the Dragonguard have ever known, and as the last one honored in the Wind Scour Temple. She served as the Grandmaster from 1E 2879 to 1E 2902. She was known to be modest, honest, and astute.

After her death, she was buried in Wind Scour Temple in Hammerfell, and honored with a statue, prayer, faith and brazier's blaze.

Queen Euraxia Tharn (2E ?b - 582)[edit]

Queen Euraxia Tharn was the Imperial queen of Rimmen during the Interregnum. Euraxia hailed from the royal House Tharn of Cheydinhal. Euraxia had become the strict ruler of Rimmen following an event known as the Frostfall Coup in 2E 576, where her militia, known as the Euraxians conquered Rimmen, and she proclaimed herself as Queen. She was the mother of Javad Tharn, who led an invasion against the region of Reaper's March, but was defeated by forces allied to the Mane of Elsweyr in 2E 582. She was also the half-sister of Abnur Tharn, chancellor of the Elder Council, and an ancestor of unknown relationship to Jagar Tharn.

Eustacia (fl. ~3E 427)[edit]

Eustacia was a healer and seer in Dawnstar. The governor at the time, Cyril Vinticae, had banished his four champions, as one among them was secretly a traitor who had set the Ice Tribes upon their raid of the town. He sent for the Hero of Dawnstar to interrogate the champions, ordering Eustacia to provide healing for the soon-to-be Hero. Her oracular visions pertaining to the raid also proved vital to the Hero, providing crucial information that allowed the Hero to cut through the lies and reveal the traitor.[41][42]

Evandene Tusk Collector (fl. 1E 10th century)[edit]

Evandene Tusk Collector was a Reachfolk leader of the Winterborn clan during the tenth century of the First Era. She was the mother of Mercedene, the Beast of the Reach, and a distant ancestor of several members of the Winterborn clan as of 2E 582.

The Exalted Viper[edit]

The Exalted Viper was a short-lived Celestial created in 2E 582. She was intended to replace the Serpent, and thus shared identical aspects.

As a mortal, the Exalted Viper was an Imperial mage named Cassipia. When the constellations fell from the sky above Craglorn in 2E 582, the Serpent took form as a Celestial and began a cult called the Scaled Court. Attracted by his rhetorical goals of shedding corruption from the world, Cassipia left the Mages Guild and was appointed Regent of Serpentine Stratagems within the Court. However, she soon discovered that the Serpent's plans involved destroying civilization to restore Nirn to a primal state. Along with her Bosmer companion Little Leaf, Cassipia secretly defected from the Scaled Court and began plotting to usurp the Serpent's place in the sky by becoming a Celestial of equal power.

Aided by Little Leaf and the Vestige, Regent Cassipia used her authority to steal and disrupt the Court's research on nirncrux. She learned how the ancient Nedes first created Celestials and how the Court were creating mantikoras, as well as how the Iron Orcs were imbuing iron and flesh with nirncrux. Her efforts crippled the Serpent's attempt at raising an army in Upper Craglorn in the process, although her treachery went undiscovered and she retreated to Skyreach Temple with her followers to begin the transformation.

Kelmen Locke, an old acquaintance of Cassipia's, attempted to dissuade her from performing the ritual, but instead was killed. His death brought the Thief's attention to her plans, and she journeyed to Skyreach Temple with the Vestige to prevent the creation of the Exalted Viper. Although the ritual had been interrupted, the death of Little Leaf triggered Cassipia's transformation, and the Exalted Viper was born in battle. However, she was promptly slain in her mortal form.

Minister of Punition Excoraeus Tharn (fl. late 1E)[edit]

Excoraeus Tharn was an Imperial member of the royal House Tharn of Cheydinhal, ancestor and descendant of numerous famous figures.. He served under Emperor Kastav as the Minister of Punition. The exact years of service are unknown, but he had to serve at some point between the coronation of Kastav in 1E 2762 and 1E 2804 when his reign ended.


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