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So I noticed on the C0DA/Canon Wars Thread that you wanted proof that the two TES novels, Infernal City and Lord of Souls, were considered canon by Bethesda. The people on the thread didn't give you a good answer when there actually is one. There is actually in-game proof for that they are canon:
Skyrim contains the Thalmor, the Red Year, the Argonian Invasion of Morrowind and the Mede Empire. These concepts were all created by the TES Novel author, Greg Keyes, and first appeared in the TES Novels in 2009, years before Skyrim came out in 2011. Ergo, the novels are considered canon since Bethesda used the TES Novels' canon in their games. Also, in the novels' foreward, Greg Keyes states he worked with Bethesda to ensure his books were accurate to TES lore.
Hope this cleared things up. If you have any questions about the novels, I have them both, feel free to ask. DRAEVAN13 18:20, February 19, 2014 (UTC)
Well thank you. You are the only person to respond to that question. Nerevarine465(talk) 05:47, February 20, 2014 (UTC)
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