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Favourite Era?

VDoom1
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Hello everyone.


First a warning.
***Some story spoilers if you have not played much of ESO. Spoilers also if you have not played Oblivion or Skyrim. You have been warned.***


Just a note.
I will not include The Dawn Era. Which is also known as the era when time began and the world was created. Because well that is creation, Elder Scrolls Big Bang.

I can include some basics of what happened in each era, main events.

The Merethic Era
The Aldmeri people left their homeland of Aldmeris to settle in new places and coasts around Tamriel. The Atmorans also left their homeland of Atmora. The Nords began settling in the northern areas of Tamriel. The first era marks the beginning of the Camoran dynasty in Valenwood.

The First Era
Rise of the Cyrodilic Empire and the Alessian rebellion. The death of Reman Cyrdoiil III and the dawn of the first Empire of man, led by Saint Alessia. The first Orsinium was formed, as well as the first kingdom of Skyrim and the first kingdom of the Nords.

The Second Era ESO (Where we are now in ESO.) Mannimarcos plan to merge Coldharbour and Nirn. Three Banner War, which we are actively taking a part in currently.
Not sure I need to say much here. :wink:

The Third Era Oblivion + Morrowind
Septims rule as Emperors in Cyrodiil. Second eruption of Red Mountain and Morrowind also takes place in the Third era. Also as we know via Oblivion, the assassination of Uriel Septim the VII and the Oblivion Crisis.

The Fourth Era Skyrim
Rise of the Thalmor, the Great War within the Third Empire. And of course, The Dragonborn. The return of the Dragons and Alduin.


These are very short descriptions. You can read more here:
https://elderscrolls.fandom.com/wiki/Era


But with this said which is your favorite era? :)

I have to say I think the First Era is my favorite. Tamriel seemed most stable then, most peaceful. As well as Alessia ruling, being blessed by Akatosh.
Edited by VDoom1 on February 16, 2019 9:49AM
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Favourite Era? 77 votes

The Merethic Era
11%
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The First Era
12%
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The Second Era
16%
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The Third Era
50%
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The Fourth Era
7%
DelpifakingfocusedhuschdeguddzjedrjokepuOgouHati 6 votes
  • Claudman
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    The First Era
    Anything which isn't the boring 4th Era.

    I like the First Era because it's very magical and eventful, same applies to the Merethic, Second and Third Era. The Fourth Era just seems so...Dead and uneventful despite the 'monumental' feeling the game of Skyrim was supposed to have.
    Welcome, Moon-and-Star, to this place where destiny is made.

    I play healers often for vet dungeons and trials (NA, CP800+). I play mostly elves or Argonians.
    I also love gaining more knowledge both metaphysical and mundane regarding TES lore.

    I also occasionally role-play, but I prefer playing the game.
  • jmaes
    jmaes
    Soul Shriven
    The Second Era
    Second Era. It's the Interregnum, so any weird flux of events can happen and leave only vestiges of it happening behind. It makes ESO's story wild but dynamic and appropriate.
  • Bruccius
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    The Third Era
    Third Era was the most fascinating imo.
  • Jaimeh
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    I know you didn't include it, but for me it's the Dawn Era, because Lorkhan's story is my favourite among the lore.
    @stargold

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    AD Niobeh - Dunmer Nightblade - DD ǀ The Flawless Conqueror ǀ Black Market Mogul ǀ Blackrose Executioner ǀ Master Thief ǀ Silencer (but we don’t talk about that)
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  • VaranisArano
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    Third Era. TES III Morrowind.
  • RaddlemanNumber7
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    The Third Era
    The 3rd Era has it all for me. A functioning Empire and all the guilds. I really liked the context and the direction that those institutions gave to my characters' stories. Each one of them provided their own sense of mission in addition to the games' main quest lines. In particular, I found it very easy to identify with the Septim Empire and the blades. It felt so much like they were doing the right thing.

    ESO, in the 2nd Era is only my second favourite. That's mainly because there is no Empire. I really miss it. The whole Three Banners War thing is just so dumb I find it impossible to identify with any of the parties involved. The Vestige's origin story, such as it is, in the Main Quest is the only thing that I have been able to use give my characters a sense of mission in ESO.

    Skyrim, in the 4th Era is my least favourite. The Empire and guilds barely there. Everything falling into ruin. Hardly any magic or daedra. Just men running around, shouting and hitting things with big lumps of metal. Very sad. I fear that TES VI will be more of the same.

    While I have really enjoyed trying to make sense out of the lore of the earlier eras, and constructing a coherent historical narrative of my own, I don't think they would provide a suitable setting for game play. It's all gods and demi-gods right through to the 1st Era.
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  • Bilarion
    Bilarion
    Soul Shriven
    The Third Era
    I like the 3rd Era mainly because of the Empire. My least favorite would be the 4th. I'm a milk drinker.
  • validifyedneb18_ESO
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    The First Era
    1st Era for the separation of the Chimer and the Altmer, the battle of red mountain, the creation of the Dark Elves in their current form, Indoril Nerevar and the rise of the Trubunal.

    Also the 3rd era, more for the events of morrowind than the oblivion crysis.

    Im somewhat a sucker for Dunmer/Morrowind lore, if you couldn't tell.

    PS; *** the Dwemer.
  • MythicEmperor
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    The Third Era
    If you disagree you have a 100% chance of being called “N’wah”
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    Kilith, Dunmer Magblade (old main)
    Vadusa Venim, Dunmer crafter (older main)
    Hir Hlaalu, Dunmer Warden
    Søren Icehelm, N'wah Warden
    Fargoth of Morrowind, Bosmer commoner
  • Starlock
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    The First Era
    I really want an Elder Scrolls game set in the 1st Era because... Dwemer. I want a game where we can interact with actual Dwemer. Sure, leave their disappearance a mystery, but dang it... let's have an Elder Scrolls game with Dwemer (no, Morrowind doesn't really count).
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    - Xandar (Altmer, magicka sorcerer, main crafter), a master of magic and a hopeless romantic; specializes in electric shock therapy and melodrama.
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    - Llaus (Dunmer, magicka dragonknight, vampire), a grim outcast with a temper; specializes in death by conflagration or exsanguination.
    - Shantava* (Redguard, stamina sorcerer), a pirate and treasure hunter; specializes in whirling blades, camel wrangling, and your money.
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  • Scythe_Mercer
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    The Third Era
    Third, it was satisfying to see near extinction occur when Red Year happened. Despite Dunmer being my third favorite the Red Year is funny and well deserved. The Oblivion Crisis for sure set many events in motion and TES: Oblivion was certainly a fun nostalgic game for me.
    Edited by Scythe_Mercer on February 12, 2019 2:36AM
  • Hysorn
    Hysorn
    The Third Era
    Well, Third Era, however, this is largely due to my 2 favorite games being part of it, Morrowind and Oblivion, not to mention the events of Arena and Daggerfall.
    However, the most interesting for me is definitely the Merethic Era, due to we knowing so little about it.
  • KhajiitFelix
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    The Third Era
    We don't know much about 4th Era yet so I can't vote for it.

    Also why didn't you include Morrowind in 3rd Era?
    Edited by KhajiitFelix on February 13, 2019 9:26PM
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  • VDoom1
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    The First Era
    We don't know much about 4th Era yet so I can't vote for it.

    Also why didn't you include Morrowind in 3rd Era?

    @KhajiitFelix My bad. I actually didn't realize Morrowind takes place in the same era as Oblivion. I've edited the post. My apologies to Morrowind. :blush: It's actually the Elder Scrolls game I've played the least.
    Jaimeh wrote: »
    I know you didn't include it, but for me it's the Dawn Era, because Lorkhan's story is my favourite among the lore.

    @Jaimeh
    After reading some about Lorkahn on ESO wiki I wish I had included the Dawn Era. I agree it's a good story. :) More happened in the Dawn era than I realized. Well you learn something new everyday. :smile:
    Edited by VDoom1 on February 16, 2019 9:55AM
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  • ArchMikem
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    The Merethic Era
    I've been wanting to see what Tamriel looked like back in the Dawn and Merethic Eras just because of the theory that Tamriel is in a state of technological decline as time goes on. That would mean the earlier Eras saw some of the most advanced civilizations in Elder Scrolls.

    Maybe this is just my non-religious bias talking but I don't want to believe Nirn had a Creationist beginning thanks to the Aedra like the Lore wants us to think. We know from reality that the world has existed long before people started recording history. The same could be true about Nirn having been around long before the Aldmer and Man started recording the Eras of time. The Dawn Era could encompass hundreds of thousands of years or even millions just because the people of today have no idea just how far back history really goes.

    But for the most part I want to know what it was like at the start.
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  • Bruccius
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    The Third Era
    ArchMikem wrote: »
    I've been wanting to see what Tamriel looked like back in the Dawn and Merethic Eras just because of the theory that Tamriel is in a state of technological decline as time goes on. That would mean the earlier Eras saw some of the most advanced civilizations in Elder Scrolls.

    Maybe this is just my non-religious bias talking but I don't want to believe Nirn had a Creationist beginning thanks to the Aedra like the Lore wants us to think. We know from reality that the world has existed long before people started recording history. The same could be true about Nirn having been around long before the Aldmer and Man started recording the Eras of time. The Dawn Era could encompass hundreds of thousands of years or even millions just because the people of today have no idea just how far back history really goes.

    But for the most part I want to know what it was like at the start.

    I haven't noticed Tamriel suffering from a technological decline at all. It's just one which has never developed beyond the reach of what we would consider either the Medieval or Greek/Roman era.

    There is quite a lot of evidence to the Divines being real. Mundus is not like our world in that regard. We get to see Divine influences first-hand.
  • Cardthief
    Cardthief
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    The Second Era
    Bruccius wrote: »
    ArchMikem wrote: »
    I've been wanting to see what Tamriel looked like back in the Dawn and Merethic Eras just because of the theory that Tamriel is in a state of technological decline as time goes on. That would mean the earlier Eras saw some of the most advanced civilizations in Elder Scrolls.

    Maybe this is just my non-religious bias talking but I don't want to believe Nirn had a Creationist beginning thanks to the Aedra like the Lore wants us to think. We know from reality that the world has existed long before people started recording history. The same could be true about Nirn having been around long before the Aldmer and Man started recording the Eras of time. The Dawn Era could encompass hundreds of thousands of years or even millions just because the people of today have no idea just how far back history really goes.

    But for the most part I want to know what it was like at the start.

    I haven't noticed Tamriel suffering from a technological decline at all. It's just one which has never developed beyond the reach of what we would consider either the Medieval or Greek/Roman era.

    There is quite a lot of evidence to the Divines being real. Mundus is not like our world in that regard. We get to see Divine influences first-hand.

    This, also, since Nirn is a place full of magic and active gods, there really isn't much of a reason for races to advance technology, since they can do most of what tech does but more efficiently with magic.
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  • Bruccius
    Bruccius
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    The Third Era
    Cardthief wrote: »
    Bruccius wrote: »
    ArchMikem wrote: »
    I've been wanting to see what Tamriel looked like back in the Dawn and Merethic Eras just because of the theory that Tamriel is in a state of technological decline as time goes on. That would mean the earlier Eras saw some of the most advanced civilizations in Elder Scrolls.

    Maybe this is just my non-religious bias talking but I don't want to believe Nirn had a Creationist beginning thanks to the Aedra like the Lore wants us to think. We know from reality that the world has existed long before people started recording history. The same could be true about Nirn having been around long before the Aldmer and Man started recording the Eras of time. The Dawn Era could encompass hundreds of thousands of years or even millions just because the people of today have no idea just how far back history really goes.

    But for the most part I want to know what it was like at the start.

    I haven't noticed Tamriel suffering from a technological decline at all. It's just one which has never developed beyond the reach of what we would consider either the Medieval or Greek/Roman era.

    There is quite a lot of evidence to the Divines being real. Mundus is not like our world in that regard. We get to see Divine influences first-hand.

    This, also, since Nirn is a place full of magic and active gods, there really isn't much of a reason for races to advance technology, since they can do most of what tech does but more efficiently with magic.

    Exactly, which is why only one race, the Dwemer, has really advanced themselves. They did not see the ''Gods'' as real gods, and preferred logical thinking over divine intervention.
  • VaranisArano
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    Bruccius wrote: »
    Cardthief wrote: »
    Bruccius wrote: »
    ArchMikem wrote: »
    I've been wanting to see what Tamriel looked like back in the Dawn and Merethic Eras just because of the theory that Tamriel is in a state of technological decline as time goes on. That would mean the earlier Eras saw some of the most advanced civilizations in Elder Scrolls.

    Maybe this is just my non-religious bias talking but I don't want to believe Nirn had a Creationist beginning thanks to the Aedra like the Lore wants us to think. We know from reality that the world has existed long before people started recording history. The same could be true about Nirn having been around long before the Aldmer and Man started recording the Eras of time. The Dawn Era could encompass hundreds of thousands of years or even millions just because the people of today have no idea just how far back history really goes.

    But for the most part I want to know what it was like at the start.

    I haven't noticed Tamriel suffering from a technological decline at all. It's just one which has never developed beyond the reach of what we would consider either the Medieval or Greek/Roman era.

    There is quite a lot of evidence to the Divines being real. Mundus is not like our world in that regard. We get to see Divine influences first-hand.

    This, also, since Nirn is a place full of magic and active gods, there really isn't much of a reason for races to advance technology, since they can do most of what tech does but more efficiently with magic.

    Exactly, which is why only one race, the Dwemer, has really advanced themselves. They did not see the ''Gods'' as real gods, and preferred logical thinking over divine intervention.

    The other one who did, Sotha Sil, decided to hide his stuff that piggy-backed off the Dwemer away from everyone in the Clockwork City, so the rest of Tamriel never even really got to get the transfer of technology going once the Dwemer vanished. If he'd shared his tech with the Dunmer, they certainly would have been willing to adopt it coming from their Tribune, but they never got the chance.
  • AJTC5000
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    The Merethic Era
    Very much interested in the primordial aspects of the Merethic lore - how the Divines came to be, the Daedric princes, all that good stuff.

    PC/NA (live in UK) - @AJTC5000

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  • Ogou
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    The Fourth Era
    Bruccius wrote: »
    ArchMikem wrote: »
    I've been wanting to see what Tamriel looked like back in the Dawn and Merethic Eras just because of the theory that Tamriel is in a state of technological decline as time goes on. That would mean the earlier Eras saw some of the most advanced civilizations in Elder Scrolls.

    Maybe this is just my non-religious bias talking but I don't want to believe Nirn had a Creationist beginning thanks to the Aedra like the Lore wants us to think. We know from reality that the world has existed long before people started recording history. The same could be true about Nirn having been around long before the Aldmer and Man started recording the Eras of time. The Dawn Era could encompass hundreds of thousands of years or even millions just because the people of today have no idea just how far back history really goes.

    But for the most part I want to know what it was like at the start.

    I haven't noticed Tamriel suffering from a technological decline at all. It's just one which has never developed beyond the reach of what we would consider either the Medieval or Greek/Roman era.

    There is quite a lot of evidence to the Divines being real. Mundus is not like our world in that regard. We get to see Divine influences first-hand.

    Considering the existence of the imperial mananauts and the Alinor sunbirds on top of the supposed uses of the dreamsleeve for communication I'd say Tamriel is definitely suffering from "technological" decline. Although, seeing how magical Nirn is you can't really have advanced technology without a big dose of magic in it.
  • Kulvar
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    The Third Era
    The most terrible thing about ESO being set in the 2nd era is that we have gold instead of septims.
    Coward Argonian scholar of the Ebonheart Pact
  • Claudman
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    The First Era
    @Kulvar
    They're called drakes in the 2nd Era.

    https://en.uesp.net/wiki/Online:Delivery_Schedule_and_Manifests

    "Hallin's Stand: 4 crates of food, livestock (4 pigs, 2 goats, 10 chickens), 200 gold drakes"
    Edited by Claudman on February 28, 2019 9:49PM
    Welcome, Moon-and-Star, to this place where destiny is made.

    I play healers often for vet dungeons and trials (NA, CP800+). I play mostly elves or Argonians.
    I also love gaining more knowledge both metaphysical and mundane regarding TES lore.

    I also occasionally role-play, but I prefer playing the game.
  • Kagesaiga
    Kagesaiga
    Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, and Oblivion all take place in the third Era. It's the era with the most coverage at the moment.
  • Shadow_Akula
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    The Third Era
    I voted 3rd era. I have no idea why. I like all eras as there’s always some good stories hidden away
    Kulvar wrote: »
    The most terrible thing about ESO being set in the 2nd era is that we have gold instead of septims.

    Why would gold be called Septims when the Septim bloodline doesn’t exist yet/hasn’t rose to power yet?
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  • validifyedneb18_ESO
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    The First Era
    Starlock wrote: »
    I really want an Elder Scrolls game set in the 1st Era because... Dwemer. I want a game where we can interact with actual Dwemer. Sure, leave their disappearance a mystery, but dang it... let's have an Elder Scrolls game with Dwemer (no, Morrowind doesn't really count).

    What if I told you the Dwemer are mostly cool because they're an unknown.

    You cant have cake and eat it.
  • Darkhorse1975
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    Starlock wrote: »
    I really want an Elder Scrolls game set in the 1st Era because... Dwemer. I want a game where we can interact with actual Dwemer. Sure, leave their disappearance a mystery, but dang it... let's have an Elder Scrolls game with Dwemer (no, Morrowind doesn't really count).

    What if I told you the Dwemer are mostly cool because they're an unknown.

    You cant have cake and eat it.

    If Zos or Bethesda released a Dwemer spinoff title, it would probably be at least mildly interesting.
    Master Craftsman!
  • HappyLittleTree
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    The Third Era
    Third to 4th era, when Argonians started to kick ass on the planes of oblivion and took revenge on the great house of Telvanni and their former slavers.
    Thuu chakkuth lod Hajhiit c’oo? Hajhiit gortsuquth gorihuth thuu gooluthduj thdeitoluu!

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  • ArchMikem
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    The Merethic Era
    Starlock wrote: »
    I really want an Elder Scrolls game set in the 1st Era because... Dwemer. I want a game where we can interact with actual Dwemer. Sure, leave their disappearance a mystery, but dang it... let's have an Elder Scrolls game with Dwemer (no, Morrowind doesn't really count).

    What if I told you the Dwemer are mostly cool because they're an unknown.

    You cant have cake and eat it.

    That's one opinion. I'm sure many others find them cool because of what IS known, the constructs we've seen, the ruined cities and facilities, the steam powered technology. People want to know more.
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  • Ysbriel
    Ysbriel
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    The First Era
    Most important events happen from the end of the merethic era throughout the whole first Era, The second Era is unraveling but it’s just the beginning of the end, everything else from that point is just ripples that are slowly fading away that by the 4th Era even a shadow has more presence than what remains
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