Origin? Edit

Does anyone know where the Imperials came from? I know the Nords came from Atmora and the Redguards came from Yokuda, and that the Nords mated with High Elves or something and made Bretons, but where the hell did the Imperials come from? I noticed that the Imperials somewhat have darker skin than the other Human races, is it possible that the Nords mated with the Redguards and made Imperials or something like that, it's all very confusing... But I'd like to have a definite answer as to their origins. —This unsigned comment is by NewYorker1350 (talkcontribs) . Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

Early Nords bred with the native human tribes of Cyrodiil (The Nedic peoples) to give birth to the Imperial race. Jimeee (talk) 01:00, January 2, 2013 (UTC)
Nede and Nord is the same thing, Nords are just like their Nede ancestors, Ysgramor is a good example, when the player finds him in Sovngarde cant find any difference between him (Ysgramor) and any blond Nord. It's more probably that Nedes evolved into the Imperials because the weither of Cyrodiil.
I asume it because it's what happened in Europe when cro-magnon tribes were divided, those who evolved in the neolitic culture of Erthebolle&Ellerberk (since north of Denmark to south Scandinavia)  gave birth to the nordic race, while those who evolved in the mediterranean areas gave birth to the mediterranean race (the pelasgians, iberians, maybe etruscans, etc.)  
Ullvarg (talk) 05:15, March 20, 2013 (UTC)


I deleted Daggerfall from the appearances section for many reasons: they're not a playable race, the only races present in the game (apart of the player) are bretons, redguards, dunmer and two altmer (Mannimarco and Ocato). While in the scene at the Imperial Palace Uriel has a high amount of nord blood while Ocato is an altmer. So there are no imperials in the entire game.

Ullvarg (talk) 05:32, March 20, 2013 (UTC)

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