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===Second Era===
High Rock prospered under {{Lore Link|Reman}} in the {{Lore Link|Second Empire}}.{{ref|group=BK|name=TBMOP}} The {{Lore Link|Guild Act}} signed by Potentate {{Lore Link|Versidue-Shaie}} in {{Year|2E 321}} standardized regulation of trade and transactions across the Empire, and was adopted as de facto law across Tamriel, including in High Rock.{{ref|group=LA|{{Cite Book|High King Emeric Answers Your Questions}}}} King {{Lore Link|Casimir II}} of Wayrest formed an alliance with a {{Lore Link|Dragon}} named {{Lore Link|Nahfahlaar}} some time during the second century, which was ended by the {{Lore Link|Dragonguard}} in {{Year|2E 369}}.{{ref|group=BK|{{Cite Book|Atlas of Dragons}}}} Circa {{Year|2E 428}}, High Rock was plagued by a werewolf crises that would become known as the {{Lore Link|Curse of the Crimson Moon}}, which would lead to the creation of the [[Lore:Silver Dawn|Order of the Silver Dawn]], which is dedicated to hunting werebeasts.{{ref|group=BK|name=ESOPJ|{{Cite Book|Purifier's Journal}}}}
====The Interregnum====
===Fourth Era===
In the early {{Lore Link|Fourth Era}}, following the {{Lore Link|Oblivion Crisis}} and the destabilization of the Third Empire, the combined forces of Hammerfell and High Rock sacked Orsinium, leading many Orc refugees to flee east into {{Lore Link|Skyrim}}.{{ref|group=BK|name=LoS|{{Cite Book|Lord of Souls}}}}
High Rock was still part of the Empire when {{Lore Link|Titus Mede II}} ascended the throne of Cyrodiil in {{Year|4E 168}}. High Rock assisted Hammerfell during the {{Lore Link|Great War}}. The {{Lore Link|Third Aldmeri Dominion}} took Hammerfell's southern coastline, leaving {{Lore Link|Hegathe}} the lone surviving state. Those who survived the {{Lore Link|March of Thirst}} joined Legion reinforcements from High Rock in northern Hammerfell in {{Year|4E 173}}, and the Dominion suffered losses in the province soon after. The Dominion withdrew from the Redguards' home in {{Year|4E 174}}. Forces comprised of Redguards, Imperials, Nords and Bretons participated in the {{Lore Link|The Battle of the Red Ring}} in {{Year|4E 175}}. It was the climax of the war, and the last major conflict to occur before the signing of the {{Lore Link|White-Gold Concordat}}.{{ref|group=BK|{{Cite Book|The Great War (book)}}}}

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