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In ''[[The Elder Scrolls]]'' [[lore]], '''Aurbis''' is the name for the universe. It includes [[Mundus]], [[Oblivion (Realm)|Oblivion]], [[Void|the Void]], and [[Aetherius]]. It is the overlap of the two cosmic forces: [[Anu]] and [[Padomay]]. Its extremities in all directions are believed to be Aetherius, home to the [[Magna Ge]], and the Dreamsleeve. More to the inside of Aurbis is the Void and its planes of Oblivion. The center of Aurbis is Mundus, the mortal plane, and the center of Mundus is [[Nirn]].
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[[File:Aurbis.jpg|thumb|275px|The Aurbis (Universe).]]In ''[[The Elder Scrolls]]'' [[lore]], '''Aurbis''' is the name for the universe. It includes [[Mundus]], [[Oblivion (Realm)|Oblivion]], [[Void|the Void]], and [[Aetherius]]. It is the overlap of the two cosmic forces: [[Anu]] and [[Padomay]]. Its extremities in all directions are believed to be Aetherius, home to the [[Magna Ge]], and the Dreamsleeve. More to the inside of Aurbis is the Void and its planes of Oblivion. The center of Aurbis is Mundus, the mortal plane, and the center of Mundus is [[Nirn]].
   
 
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In The Elder Scrolls lore, Aurbis is the name for the universe. It includes Mundus, Oblivion, the Void, and Aetherius. It is the overlap of the two cosmic forces: Anu and Padomay. Its extremities in all directions are believed to be Aetherius, home to the Magna Ge, and the Dreamsleeve. More to the inside of Aurbis is the Void and its planes of Oblivion. The center of Aurbis is Mundus, the mortal plane, and the center of Mundus is Nirn.

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