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== Eternal Champion article ==
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Hi. It is recommended that if you have a disagreement with and edit being reverted that it be discussed appropriately first to prevent articles being involved in back-and-forth edit wars. Regarding the subject of the edit: all timelines of Daggerfall are canon, they all happened. The correct phraseology in this respect is therefore "was" not "may have been" since it definitively had to have happened and not ''may'' have happened in a speculative sense. Because of how Dragon Breaks function, it is also true that the Eternal Champion ''did'' survive. There is nothing speculative in this. Thanks. [[User:GreyFox06|Grey Fox]] <sup>([[User talk:GreyFox06|talk]])</sup> 09:28, August 14, 2019 (UTC)

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Welcome, Kaestal!

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--Atvelonis (talk) 05:10, August 14, 2019 (UTC)

Eternal Champion article

Hi. It is recommended that if you have a disagreement with and edit being reverted that it be discussed appropriately first to prevent articles being involved in back-and-forth edit wars. Regarding the subject of the edit: all timelines of Daggerfall are canon, they all happened. The correct phraseology in this respect is therefore "was" not "may have been" since it definitively had to have happened and not may have happened in a speculative sense. Because of how Dragon Breaks function, it is also true that the Eternal Champion did survive. There is nothing speculative in this. Thanks. Grey Fox (talk) 09:28, August 14, 2019 (UTC)

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