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The Elder Scrolls is a series of primarily open-world role-playing video games developed by Bethesda Softworks and set on the continent of Tamriel, a magic-infused universe with a complex history, politics, and environment. The game's first title, The Elder Scrolls: Arena, was released in 1994. Four additional main series games have since been released: Daggerfall (1996), Morrowind (2002), Oblivion (2006), and Skyrim (2011), as well as numerous spin-off titles such as Online (2014), Legends (2017), and Blades (2019).
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The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms is a new tabletop miniature battle game set in Tamriel. It's officially licensed and made by the creators of Fallout: Wasteland Warfare.
Players have small armies of a champion, warriors and heroes, and command them against NPCs in various scenarios or against an army of another player, while completing Quests and Objectives. There are several factions, with more coming.
Currently, you can order the miniatures and phy…Read more >
The Dark Heart of Skyrim is the next year-long adventure in which has been announced in a Global Reveal Event today. Set in the western part of the province, deadly unnatural storms and vampires threaten Skyrim and its people.
There are four DLCs in this story, the first two being The Elder Scrolls Online: Harrowstorm and The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor with the final two, one dungeon-based and the other story-based, to be announced later in the …Read more >
The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragonhold was released on PC/Mac on October 21st and will be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox one on November 5th. Watch the trailer here.
It is the final DLC of the Season of the Dragon, which comprises of Wrathstone, Elsweyr, Scalebreaker and Dragonhold.
What is very important, you can still participate in #SlayDragonsSaveCats. For every five dragons slain until December 9, 2019, ZeniMax Online Studios will donate $1 to th…Read more >
Jaws of Oblivion is a card-based expansion for that brings 82 new cards based around iconic quests, characters and more from !
Jaws of Oblivion features a host of Daedra cards represented in Intelligence, Strength and Willpower, and Blades, Goblins and Guilds which are represented primarily in Agility, Endurance and Willpower.
The two new Theme decks are Mankar Camoran's Paradise and Martin Septim's Ascendance which you can buy in the store for $4.99 …Read more >
The Queen's Decree is the first quest of the main quest available in The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset. The Vestige arrives on the island of Summerset in the wake of Queen Ayrenn's decree to open the border to foreigners, only to encounter an attack by mysterious creatures outside Shimmerene. They are tasked by Razum-dar with investigating the decree's effects on the populace, as well as the nature of the attack.
This image captures Seyda Neen, a remote Imperial port town in south-western Vvardenfell. Located in the Bitter Coast region, it is considered the "Gateway to Vvardenfell," because it is the closest settlement to the mainland of Morrowind.
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