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Need some lore from Varen's Rebellion
So was wondering if the almighty lore master still reads the forums. It'd be super helpful if he could pop in to shed some light or even in a message regarding the rebellion. Been getting a bit inspired to finally right the backstory to my main character and I've very faintly been mentioning that he took part in the rebellion. All I've been able to find is from an unoffical wiki.
2E 576 - 2E 577
"After Emperor Leovic of the Longhouse Emperors legalized Daedra worship throughout the Empire of Cyrodiil, Duke Varen Aquilarios of Chorrol marshaled the military forces of the Colovian Estates to depose him, triggering a widespread rebellion in 2E 576. Varen based his rebellion out of Bruma, where he coordinated his troops as they liberated Cyrodiil's other cities to further weaken Leovic's control. The rebellion claimed victory in 2E 577, when Varen's forces stormed the Imperial City and confronted Leovic's last legion in a bloody battle that razed the city's Market District. Varen personally dispatched Leovic at the foot of the Ruby Throne before proclaiming himself emperor."
If what's above is accurate then it's a great bit to have, I had written that my character eventually settled into Bruma after the rebellion and took a fort officer role until the Soulburst. Not in need to know every single detail but I would just like to know where I could find any lore that could help me write a story about an imperial that lived in Imperial City, and when word of daedric worshiping became legal it would compel him to join the rebellion and take part in the battles that lead up to the last confrontation in the city.
Thanks for anyone that took the time to read it, appreciate any insight you might have.