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{{Quote|Martin and the Empire didn't beat [[Mehrunes Dagon|Dagon]] in Black Marsh, the An-Xileel did. When the gates opened, Argonians poured into Oblivion with such fury and might, Dagon's lieutenants had to close them.|[[Mere-Glim]]|An Elder Scrolls Novel: The Infernal City}}
 
{{Quote|Martin and the Empire didn't beat [[Mehrunes Dagon|Dagon]] in Black Marsh, the An-Xileel did. When the gates opened, Argonians poured into Oblivion with such fury and might, Dagon's lieutenants had to close them.|[[Mere-Glim]]|An Elder Scrolls Novel: The Infernal City}}
The '''Argonian resistance''' to the [[Daedric Invasion of Tamriel]] occurred at some point in [[3E 433]], after the [[Battle of Kvatch]] and the beginning of the [[Oblivion Crisis|Crisis]]. [[Oblivion Gate (Oblivion)|Oblivion Gates]] opened in all [[province]]s of the [[Septim Empire|Empire]], including [[Black Marsh]]. Despite claims by [[High Chancellor]] [[Ocato]] that the [[Imperial Legion]] was fully committed to fighting the war in the provinces,<ref>Dialogue with [[Ocato]] during "[[Allies for Bruma]]"</ref> at least one garrison—Fort Swampmoth—was known to have been recalled.<ref>[[Rumors (Oblivion)|Overheard rumors]] in {{Oblivion}}</ref> Most settlers and non-Argonians were leaving Black Marsh at this time; the [[Argonian]]s themselves were mostly left to their own devices when the [[Daedra]] attacked.
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The '''Argonian resistance''' to the [[Daedric Invasion of Tamriel]] occurred at some point in [[3E 433]], after the [[Battle of Kvatch]] and the beginning of the [[Oblivion Crisis|Crisis]]. [[Oblivion Gate (Oblivion)|Oblivion Gates]] opened in all [[province]]s of the [[Septim Empire|Empire]], including [[Black Marsh]]. Despite claims by [[High Chancellor]] [[Ocato]] that the [[Imperial Legion]] was fully committed to fighting the war in the provinces,<ref>Dialogue with [[Ocato]] during [[Allies for Bruma]]</ref> at least one garrison—Fort Swampmoth—was known to have been recalled.<ref>[[Rumors (Oblivion)|Overheard rumors]] in {{Oblivion}}</ref> Most settlers and non-Argonians were leaving Black Marsh at this time; the [[Argonian]]s themselves were mostly left to their own devices when the [[Daedra]] attacked.
   
 
The exact progression of events is unknown; however, an Argonian political faction known as the [[An-Xileel]] managed to rally the natives and push back at [[Mehrunes Dagon]]'s [[Daedric Forces of Destruction|forces]] with a native might unmatched in any other province save [[Cyrodiil]] itself, where [[Martin Septim]] likewise pulled the [[County|Counties]] together at a battle at Bruma. The Argonian forces apparently managed to flood into Oblivion itself, fighting and winning against the Daedra on their own turf. The [[Dremora]] lieutenants were forced to close their own Gates to prevent being overrun, something unheard of anywhere else. The An-Xileel and their resistance managed to hold Black Marsh until Martin defeated Dagon in the [[Imperial City]] and closed all the Gates forever.
 
The exact progression of events is unknown; however, an Argonian political faction known as the [[An-Xileel]] managed to rally the natives and push back at [[Mehrunes Dagon]]'s [[Daedric Forces of Destruction|forces]] with a native might unmatched in any other province save [[Cyrodiil]] itself, where [[Martin Septim]] likewise pulled the [[County|Counties]] together at a battle at Bruma. The Argonian forces apparently managed to flood into Oblivion itself, fighting and winning against the Daedra on their own turf. The [[Dremora]] lieutenants were forced to close their own Gates to prevent being overrun, something unheard of anywhere else. The An-Xileel and their resistance managed to hold Black Marsh until Martin defeated Dagon in the [[Imperial City]] and closed all the Gates forever.
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