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Lore:Fourth Era

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==First Century==
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|4E 10|End of the [[Lore:Oblivion Crisis|Oblivion Crisis]].|The banishing of [[Lore:Mehrunes Dagon|Mehrunes Dagon]] from [[Lore:Tamriel|Tamriel]] by the Champion of [[Lore:Cyrodiil|Cyrodiil]], [[Lore:Martin Septim|Martin Septim]], and the avatar of [[Lore:Akatosh|Akatosh]] ends the Oblivion Crisis. The [[Lore:Septim Dynasty|Septim bloodline]] ends and the [[Lore:Amulet of Kings|Amulet of Kings]] is destroyed. The [[Lore:Third Era|Third Era]] ends, marking the beginning of the Fourth.
*The Fourth Era begins with no Emperor on the throne of Tamriel. [[Lore:Ocato of Firsthold|High Chancellor Ocato]], the [[Lore:Elder Council|Elder Council]], and the [[Lore:Blades|Blades]] try to maintain order. The provinces start to take advantage of the Empire's weakened state.}}
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==Second Century==
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|circa 4E 101100|[[Lore:Artaeum|Artaeum]] disappears.|For the second time in recorded history, the island Artaeum, home of the [[Lore:Psijic Order|Psijic Order]], vanishes.}}
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|4E 101100|The Void Nights end, with the Thalmor taking credit for the return of Nirn's moons.|The Khajiit credit the Thalmor as their saviors and Imperial influence in Elsweyr begins to wane dramatically.}}
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|4E 115|The Elsweyr Confederacy becomes the two kingdoms of Anequina and Pelletine, which the Aldmeri Dominion accepts as client states.}}

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