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  • Should the Elder Scrolls 6 Take place in a Province inside the Akaviri Continent?

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    • They havent finished all of the Provinces. They didnt do Hammerfell, Valenwood, Argonia(Black Marsh), Alinor(Summerset Isle), or Elsweyr.

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    • The Elder Scrolls Online will Allow you to explore almost all of the Provinces you have mentioned.

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    • Correct, but it's not being made by Bethesda, but a (I think it's a) subfaction of Bethesda called Zenimax Online Studios. Therefore, ESO is not part of the TES anthology. So, Bethesda will have to cover Summersets, Hammerfell, Elsweyr, Valenwood, and Black Marsh before moving on, if they move onto, another Continent.

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    • Akavir would feel far too alien. I wouldn't even recognise it as a TES game.

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    • Akavir would be interesting to see as a game after they cover all the provinces. Or maybe that's just me and I'm intrigued by unexplored territory. (Although I agree, it would probably have to be an extension of TES, and not exactly TES it's self.)

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    • Akavir would need to be after the other provinces. Then it would need to be led up to with some sort of plot reason to introduce them somehow?

      Either ways, Akavir should probably be more immersive and different, by not just seeming to follow all the conventions of Tamriel-centric sources such as Mysterious Akavir.

      It cannot be definatively said if there are no humans on Akavir, or even if there are, or have never been elves  ( including the Nerevarine possibly ) .

      For all we know, parts of Akavir could feel similar to Morrowind, but more diversified in landscape & architecture.  Obviously, Akavir is open to a lot of speculation, though many representations can be found via mods, the internet, & in other games like Minecraft.

      This is not supposed to be a debate about canon or lore however, as the Akavir is an entirely unique continent.

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    • I am making a LORE about that land, and how the DOVAHKIIN needs to kill Raka, the transforming tiger dragon.

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    • (Not counting Online or Arena)

      Hammerfell: Partially (Daggerfall)

      High Rock: Partially (Daggerfall)

      Skyrim: Yes (Skyrim)

      Morrowind: Partially (Morrowind)

      Imperial Province: Yes (Oblivion)

      Black Marsh: Barely (Stormhold)

      Valenwood: No

      Eleswyr: No

      Summerset Isles: No

      I think they should finish those first OR make a spin-off series for Akavir

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    • The Rim of the Sky wrote:
      (Not counting Online or Arena)

      Hammerfell: Partially (Daggerfall)

      High Rock: Partially (Daggerfall)

      Skyrim: Yes (Skyrim)

      Morrowind: Yes (Morrowind)

      Imperial Province: Yes (Oblivion)

      Black Marsh: Barely (Stormhold)

      Valenwood: No

      Eleswyr: No

      Summerset Isles: No

      I think they should finish those first OR make a spin-off series for Akavir

      Morrowind wasn't entirely covered in TES III, only Vvardenfell...

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    • 41.251.141.5 wrote:
      The Rim of the Sky wrote:
      (Not counting Online or Arena)

      Hammerfell: Partially (Daggerfall)

      High Rock: Partially (Daggerfall)

      Skyrim: Yes (Skyrim)

      Morrowind: Yes (Morrowind)

      Imperial Province: Yes (Oblivion)

      Black Marsh: Barely (Stormhold)

      Valenwood: No

      Eleswyr: No

      Summerset Isles: No

      I think they should finish those first OR make a spin-off series for Akavir

      Morrowind wasn't entirely covered in TES III, only Vvardenfell...

      Oh, right. 

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    • The Rim of the Sky wrote:
      (Not counting Online or Arena)

      Hammerfell: Partially (Daggerfall)

      High Rock: Partially (Daggerfall)

      Skyrim: Yes (Skyrim)

      Morrowind: Partially (Morrowind)

      Imperial Province: Yes (Oblivion)

      Black Marsh: Barely (Stormhold)

      Valenwood: No

      Eleswyr: No

      Summerset Isles: No

      I think they should finish those first OR make a spin-off series for Akavir

      TES: 1 arena had all of them

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    • Stendarr God of Justice & Mercy wrote:
      Correct, but it's not being made by Bethesda, but a (I think it's a) subfaction of Bethesda called Zenimax Online Studios. Therefore, ESO is not part of the TES anthology. So, Bethesda will have to cover Summersets, Hammerfell, Elsweyr, Valenwood, and Black Marsh before moving on, if they move onto, another Continent.

      Other way around. Zenimax owns Bethesda. And you are also correct that ESO is not a TES game.


      Personally, I vote for Elsweyr.

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    • 116.251.180.106 wrote:

      TES: 1 arena had all of them


      Yes, but you walked from place to place in real time. Nobody (to my knowledge) has explored Arena that heavily, because it would take literally as much time as exploring the entirety of Earth.

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    • If anything, they can call the next game Akavir: [insert province of that region].

      As well as continue to make TES games.

      I for one, should the continue with the TES, really want Bethesda to dive early into Skyrim's histor, when the Snow Elves and Dwemer were widely prevalent. Who knows, maybe Knight-Paladin Gelebor, found an way to bring the Falmer back, and thus, revive the widely, almost nonexistent Snow Elf race. 


      I also wonder if the Falmer see via radar. If you have watched Avatar: The Last Airbender, and know who Toph is, you know what I'm talking about.

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    • Deads26 wrote:
      If anything, they can call it Akavir: [insert province of that region]. As well as continue to make TES games. I for one, really want to dive early into Skyrim's history. When the Snow Elves and Dwemer were widely prevalent. Who knows, maybe Knight-Paladin Gelebor, found an way to bring the Falmer back, and thus, revive the widely, almost nonexistent Snow Elf race. 


      I also wonder if they see via radar. If you have watched Avatar: The Last Airbender, and know who Toph is, you know what I'm talking about.

      What would it have to do with Akavir? That's far away from Skyrim.

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    • What would what have to do with Akavir? The early history of Skyrim? Nothing. Hence, "If anything, they can call it Akavir: [insert province of that region]. >>>As well as continue to make TES games.<<<" 


      I was just saying they could make an seperate series called, Akavir, following different provinces just like the current TES games does now, rather then just make an TES concerning Akavir. Then as well as making the Akavir franchise, continue on with TES covering different, yet-not-covered provinces. I suppose I could have avoided confusion by making an new paragraph after the "If anything, they can call it Akavir: [insert province of that region]," comment.

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    • I also wonder if they see via radar. If you have watched Avatar: The Last Airbender, and know who Toph is, you know what I'm talking about.

      The Snow Elves, or the Akavir?

      And what does that have to do with anyhting at all?

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    • Because the Falmer are blind, and Toph is blind. However, Toph can see people through vibrations.

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    • No, they just have really good hearing. That's lore-established, I think on a loadscreen, and in some of the books. I'll get back with specifics.

      Though it is noteworthy that not all blind people are superpowered preteen girls. In fact, they account for a very small percentage of the blind population.

      Actually, how old is she, anyway? I don't think it's ever really established in the show.

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    • I believe 12-14?

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    • Whatever. We should stay on-topic. I'm pretty shit at that, though.

      No the Akavir will never be a playable race. I'll give up cursing for a week if they ever are.

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    • I curious what the next game will be based on, regardless of the continent. For Oblivion, it was the Oblivion planes opening up. For Skyrim, an Civil War, but mainly the dragons. 


      I think it would be interesting for the Dwemer to come back. "...Chief Tonal Architect of the Dwemer, one of the Dwemer who had intentions of tapping into the Heart of Lorkhan to extract its power, used his tools to tap into the Heart, which caused the Dwemer race to disappear."

      I think that the Chief took them to their own seperate plane, something akin to the Oblivion planes, and are waiting to make their return.

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    • I believe the same-- that they're trapped in a plane of Oblivion that they fled to as they were overrun by the Falmer.


      But I also think bringing them back as a whole race, along with whatever technology they brough with them and anything they made while trapped, would turn TES into a steampunk-y mishmash of technology, magic, and stupidity (a la Final Fantasy). It would be better if you found a single surviving Dwemer, and have to help them rejoin their race so they can be the one to save Mundus, this time around.

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    • Personally I would like TES 6 to be about destroying the Aldmeri Dominion so it could be set in valenwood, summerset and eleswyr and it should be called: Dominion or Summerfall.

      I also think you should play as the dragonborn's children or grandchildren

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    • 94.2.142.214 wrote:
      Personally I would like TES 6 to be about destroying the Aldmeri Dominion so it could be set in valenwood, summerset and eleswyr and it should be called: Dominion or Summerfall.

      I also think you should play as the dragonborn's children or grandchildren

      That would be too big, Valenwood and Eslweyr alone make up a little more than Skyrim's size combined. And the whole children thing would be pointless, the player is supposed to have unknown parents, and the dragonblood wouldn't transfer through bloodlines.

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