New Game Request Edit
Bethesda should make a new game where you choose either a Snow Elf or a Nede and when you pick Snow Elf you have to defend Skyrim and when you pick Nede you have to try and take over Skyrim. If you are a Snow Elf you have to retreat underground and live with the Dwemer.
Why is the page refering to men living on the continent calling them "Atmorans". Human race that once lived there are more widely known as Nedes.
- Hey. It's actually a common misconception that Nedes = Atmorans. The problem stems from Before the Ages of Man that says "the so-called "Nedic Peoples", from the continent of Atmora". In this context it is used as a catch all word for men. Later texts like Frontier, Conquest have corrected this with "These so-called "Nedic peoples" include the proto-Cyrodilians, the ancestors of the Bretons, the aboriginals of Hammerfell, and perhaps a now-vanished Human population of Morrowind.".
- In addition, men existed on Tamriel before the Atmoran migration. Tribes such as the Kothringi, Men-of-Ge etc. Nedes are basically the races of men who existed on Tamriel after the Ehlnofey wars in the Dawn Era.
- I plan to rewrite much of the article to reflect this soon, Hope this clears it up.
- I figured as Atmora is a continent, calling them Atmorans is akin to calling people from Italy, Germany, Britain etc Europeans, they may be different people but all are European, similarly, all the people of Atmora were Atmorans even if their race wasn't the same.Mrsuperhappy (talk) 12:36, December 2, 2012 (UTC)
Can somebody add those Links please:
Why does it say Ysgramor was the last atmoran to arrive to Tamriel? He was the first according to "Before the ages of men" and to the "songs of the return" series. TIBER SEPTIM was the last atmoran to arrive.
- No, he was never the first to arrive. He was the last of the invaders, not the last immigrant, who was (supposedly) Tiber. Read the refs.
Ponderously Protected PagesEdit
I have nothing to contribute to the talk page besides the question, why is the page protected? There is a myriad of things I would like to add to the page, including the fact that it appears in An Aetherian Novel: The Umber Gate.