Imperials, also known as Cyrodilics, are humans native to the civilized, cosmopolitan province of Cyrodiil. Imperials are renowned throughout Tamriel as endowed orators, a trait bested only by their persistent and ardent approach to military expansion and development. This has profoundly fore-grounded Imperial social and political norms within modern Tamrielic cultures, contributing to the fortitude and esteem of the Empire and the Imperial Legion currently recognized throughout Tamriel. The Empire's dominion over Tamriel is a testimony to Imperial versatility. Having formed sturdy alliances with most of the humanoid races of Tamriel, and embraced the cultural conceptions of neighboring provinces into Imperial mores, the Cyrodilic Empire has managed to endure immense confrontation, for instance: the Oblivion Crisis, the Great War, and the Skyrim Civil War. In commemoration to their success, Imperials have erected a number of monuments to peace and prosperity that comprises the Glorious Empire. The Imperials control most ports in Tamriel and are similar in appearance to Bretons but have a darker skin color, having the appearance of the real life inhabitants of Mediterranean countries.
The Imperials forcibly took control of Tamriel under the leadership of Tiber Septim. All provinces of Tamriel were brought under Imperial rule by force except for Morrowind; they were brought in by treaty, so they are allowed most of their privileges they had before hand. More detail can be found here.
- Star of the West - Absorbs 100 Fatigue on touch.
- Voice of the Emperor - Charm 30 points for 30 seconds on target.
Mercantile and Speechcraft are not very useful skills for a fighter, although these are useful skills in being able to gather information, and earn more money for goods. They are an otherwise balanced race, perfect for new players, as they can be made into any character build easily.
- The default voice for Imperial males was done by Wes Johnson.
- The Elder Scrolls: Arena
- The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- The Elder Scrolls Online
- Official codex on Imperials
- The Imperial Library entry on Imperials
- Wikipedia has an article on Imperials
|Races in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion|
|Humans||Breton • Imperial • Nord • Redguard|
|Mer||Altmer • Bosmer • Dunmer • Orsimer|
|Beastfolk||Argonian • Khajiit|