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Third Century: all-bold text of 'Legends' entries don't match 'summary;details' formatting of other events.
==Third Century==
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|4E 200|[[Lore:The Mechanical Heart|The Mechanical Heart]] finishes construction, 207 years after the death of {{Lore Link|Sotha Sil}}. The heart powered the {{Lore Link|Clockwork City}} during its development, and after it completion.{{ref|name=RCWC|Events of [[Legends:Return to Clockwork City|Return to Clockwork City]]}}}}
*The heart powered the {{Lore Link|Clockwork City}} during its development, and after it completion.{{ref|name=RCWC|Events of [[Legends:Return to Clockwork City|Return to Clockwork City]]}}}}
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|4E 201|[[Lore:Torygg|Torygg]], the High King of [[Lore:Skyrim|Skyrim]], is killed by Jarl {{Lore Link|Ulfric Stormcloak}} of Windhelm in [[Lore:Solitude|Solitude]].{{ref|name=Skyrim|Events of [[Skyrim:Skyrim|Skyrim]]}}}}
*The people of Skyrim become divided between the {{Lore Link|Stormcloaks}}, led by Jarl Ulfric Stormcloak, and the [[Lore:Imperial Legion|Imperial Legion]], commanded by military governor {{Lore Link|Tullius|General Tullius}}. The Stormcloaks believe the Nordic way of life is at risk, while the Imperials believe Skyrim is a part of the Empire, and must follow its laws and customs.{{ref|name=Skyrim}}}}
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|4E 201|[[Lore:Mecinar|Mecinar]], a former [[Lore:Clockwork Apostles|Clockwork Apostle]] who was exiled from the Clockwork City for his inhumane experiments, Setset out to retrieve Barilzar's Mazed Band to use to return to the city to continue his research on creating the perfect lifeform and to carry out his plan. He was slain by the Forgotten Hero. The state of the Clockwork City is unknown, as reports conflict with one rumor stating that the Clockwork City was destroyed with its inhabitants leaving the city, and another saying that the City lived on.{{ref|name=RCWC|Events of [[Legends:Return to Clockwork City|Return to Clockwork City]]}}}}
*The state of the Clockwork City is unknown, as reports conflict with one rumor stating that the Clockwork City was destroyed with its inhabitants leaving the city, and another saying that the City lived on.{{ref|name=RCWC|Events of [[Legends:Return to Clockwork City|Return to Clockwork City]]}}}}
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|4E 201|On the 17th of Last Seed, [[Lore:Alduin|Alduin the World-Eater]] destroys the town of {{Lore Link|Helgen}}, heralding the return of the [[Lore:Dragons|dragons]] and the end of the world.
*The [[Lore:Hero#Last_Dragonborn|Last Dragonborn]] is revealed after slaying the dragon [[Skyrim:Mirmulnir|Mirmulnir]], who was threatening the city of {{Lore Link|Whiterun}}.{{ref|name=Skyrim}}
*The Last Dragonborn defeats Alduin in [[Lore:Sovngarde|Sovngarde]] with the help of the spirits of [[Lore:Felldir_the_Old|Felldir the Old]], [[Lore:Gormlaith_Golden-Hilt|Gormlaith Golden-Hilt]], and [[Lore:Hakon_One-Eye|Hakon One-Eye]]. Dragons remain in Skyrim, but, with no leader, are scattered and sparse. It is hinted that Alduin was not utterly destroyed and that his soul may exist to return at the end times to devour the world. [[Lore:Paarthurnax|Paarthurnax]] may still be alive attempting to teach the remaining dragons the [[Lore:Way_of_the_Voice|Way of the Voice]] to overcome their nature to dominate.{{ref|name=Skyrim}}}}
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