The intro to this page features a small spelling mistake - hieroglyphic. The article has it spelled heiroglyphic - the I and E being transposed. I can't see how to edit this, so it must be an access level thing. Can someone with the correct access change it? Madnad (talk) 14:27, January 5, 2012 (UTC)

stuck Edit

I started this quest but didn't go to the Sky Haven Temple location till much later, thinking it was going to be longer than it actually is, and when i arrived at the face neither character was there. And now I can't find them.. so the quest cannot contuine.. suggestions?? Cause theres no way im starting over.

(Xxgbaby (talk) 00:02, February 2, 2012 (UTC)).

Artistic Depiction? Edit

Is the picture of the Dragonborn at the end of the wall a canon depiction of the dragonborn from the prophecy or just an artistic depiction?Vorchaoffspring (talk) 20:56, June 21, 2012 (UTC)

Fall of White-Gold Edit

The time in which White-Gold fell is incorrectly listed as when the imperial city was sacked during the great war. However, the book of the Dragonborn clearly lists the fall of white-Gold as being at the same time the Dragonborn ruler losing his throne, which was in Oblivion.

Furthermore, the stone that powered White-Gold, the Amulet of Kings, the massive Aylied soul-gem that contained the soul of every Dragonborn emperor, was destroyed by Martin during the Oblivion crisis, which means White-Gold had been deactive for over 100 years before The Thalmor attacked, making its "fall" during the attack on the Imperial city impossible, as the physical tower was not destroyed during the attack, and the stone powering it was already destroyed ages before.

This also connects with every other elements of the prophecy. Time was not reshaped years after Numidium walked, the thrice blessed did not fail years after Red Mountain trembled, and White-Gold did not fall years after the dragonborn ruler lost his throne.

I did change it to what it could be, but someone changed it back apparently, and Im not about to get into an editing war over this, so I posted this here to clear up the confusion.

I will let one of you change it SajuukKhar (talk) 05:17, October 14, 2013 (UTC)

You are correct about the fall of white-gold so I have upheld your edit. Also, the sack of the city happened under the Mede empire, who were not Dragonborn - hence "Dragonborn Ruler" doesn't apply. Thanks for helping out. Jimeee (talk) 09:39, October 14, 2013 (UTC)
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