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<div class="quote">Somebody Stole My Sweetroll wrote:<br />There are books which mention the Tsaesci, which make it clear that they are not human.  There's one in particular, though I can't remember the title, which describes a duel in the Imperial Arena between a human knight and a Tsaesci warrior, who is mentioned to have a long tail and (I think?) scales.  Also, as I recall, Potentate Versiduie-Shae (sp?) governed the empire for considerably longer than any human could have.
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<div class="quote">Somebody Stole My Sweetroll wrote:<br />There are books which mention the Tsaesci, which make it clear that they are not human.  There's one in particular, though I can't remember the title, which describes a duel in the Imperial Arena between a human knight...</div>
 
When I think of them, I visualize them as roughly humanoid but slimmer, with a tail, long neck and snake-like head.
 
 
Annotated Anuad may be inaccurate, or may just have a particularly broad definition of 'men' (it wouldn't be the only book to do this - Racial Phylogeny mentions that some researchers believe Argonians to be an offshoot of humanity)
 
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Potentate could have made his life-span longer through magic. And maybe the Tsaesci are different from the humans in Tamriel so they live longer. And "Serpeant folk" could be a nickname as they may be called that due to their armor (Dragonscale), fighting style, and riding dragons. Sky Haven Tample was built by the Tsaesci according to Esbern so if they were truly snake-men, they should have depicted themselves as snake-men, not humans.<br />
 
Potentate could have made his life-span longer through magic. And maybe the Tsaesci are different from the humans in Tamriel so they live longer. And "Serpeant folk" could be a nickname as they may be called that due to their armor (Dragonscale), fighting style, and riding dragons. Sky Haven Tample was built by the Tsaesci according to Esbern so if they were truly snake-men, they should have depicted themselves as snake-men, not humans.<br />

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Somebody Stole My Sweetroll wrote:
There are books which mention the Tsaesci, which make it clear that they are not human.  There's one in particular, though I can't remember the title, which describes a duel in the Imperial Arena between a human knight...

Potentate could have made his life-span longer through magic. And maybe the Tsaesci are different from the humans in Tamriel so they live longer. And "Serpeant folk" could be a nickname as they may be called that due to their armor (Dragonscale), fighting style, and riding dragons. Sky Haven Tample was built by the Tsaesci according to Esbern so if they were truly snake-men, they should have depicted themselves as snake-men, not humans.

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