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Author has written 9 stories for Elder Scroll series.

Why SuperGreG?
It actually came from others (taking the piss), so I fully adopted it... with a logo ;-)

What I do:

-ex electrician & muso/vocalist-Traditional Metal (retired from both).
-IT dude (current).
-Play way too much Elder Scrolls (mostly TESIV & V - on PC). Also, Witcher 3, Fallout 3, New Vegas & Fallout 4 all deserve a mention.
-TV series over movies. Mostly Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Fringe, Game of Thrones, The Expanse, True Blood, Young Justice, any old Trek, B5, Farscape, Firefly and many many others...).
-Reading various novels and comics.
-Listening to Maiden/Dickinson, Judas Priest, Anthrax, Tool and Iced Earth (esp the 'Something Wicked' storyline & Dystopia).

Currently Favoured authors:

Asimov (esp Foundation/Robots), Tolkien (more for storytelling/worldbuilding), Peter David (in various mediums), Neil Gaiman (in various mediums), George R R Martin (Wild Cards, Ice & Fire/Game of Thrones), Bill Willingham (Fables-DC Vertigo), Mike Carey (The Unwritten-DC Vertigo), Brian K Vaughan (Y the Last Man-DC Vertigo), Grant Morrison (various-DC Vertigo), and of course others.

As of Jan 2019, I've also started posting an original story to the SciFi section of the FictionPress sister site, under the same author name: SuperGreG.

What's it about? I suppose that it's a somewhat eclectic epic sci-fi construct, with some fantasy elements viewed through a sci-fi lens. A somewhat naively idealistic civilisation comes into contact with another civilisation and together they seek to build a broader space-faring community. Certain things pass perhaps unexpectedly easily, while others not so easily at all, as alliances and empires rise and stumble.

Each of the Elder Scrolls universe stories below are connected through various characters over a longer narrative arc. However in each case, I've tried to make each one functional as an independent starting point. Broader events of previous tales are touched upon lightly as characters are reintroduced each time. So, it's certainly possible to start at almost any point, but perhaps works best by starting at the beginning. That's for you to decide.

Regarding "Accident and Destiny: An Elder Scroll Novel"

I started this project a short while after reading Bethesda's official novels. That left me wanting something more. I came here looking for more fresh and original stories of the Elder Scrolls universe. I found only a few. Some were really good. Some seemed like they could have been, but were maybe too much 'fan' and not enough 'fic'. I was inspired enough to have a go at writing something that vaguely reflected what I was hoping to find more of. I aimed to construct a full in-depth novel, rather than just another rehash of the same old stories with the same old characters. I certainly wasn't interested in emulating the numerous dragonborn diaries or retelling the main action sequences of the games. Really, I just wanted to tell some new stories with some new characters. That's why I picked that time period (nearly 50 years after Oblivion & about 150 years before Skyrim).

Accordingly, this story starts quite slowly before building toward the climax points later in the story. As well as the novels, I took some cues from the Elder Scrolls games themselves, where things also start off quite slowly and gradually build. I also tried to flesh-out the personalities, histories and motivations of the leading characters, attempting to add some plausible gravitas to their circumstances as they evolve.

Fully accepting my amateur status in such things, arriving at the end of the project, I find myself reasonably satisfied with the final result. Looking back, some of the writing could have been done better in certain places, but I was quite pleased with the characters and overall plot. Of course, you can judge for yourself, if you care to.

Regarding: "Evening Star: An Elder Scroll Novel"

As previously, I needed to map out a beginning, an ending, and all the major points in-between before getting started.

The second story follows on from the first one, but with a slightly different structure. This follows a broader cast of characters, each beginning in a variety of locations. Things still start off quite slowly and gradually build as pawns are moved about the board. Much of the story revolves around the lives of the characters, having little idea of the parts they play in bigger things. In some respects, the culture, locations and politics of Tamriel during 4E48 feature as major supporting 'characters'.
Although still an amateur production, I feel this one to be a bit more layered than the first. I tried to be a bit more clever with the structure. Perhaps a bit more clever than my current skill could accommodate. Still, I was again reasonably satisfied with the final result.

Regarding: "The Hammer and the Anvil: An Elder Scroll Novel"

Once again, I mapped out a beginning, an ending, and all the major points in-between before getting started.

The third story picks up from threads intentionally left behind from the first two stories. Nevertheless, I have taken effort to allow it to function as stand alone. I've pulled back a little on the size of the primary cast, but the support cast remains broad. Moving into some territories not well examined since Daggerfall, I've needed to get more creative with limited available material. I'm doing my best to remain 'lore-friendly', taking just a few more plausible liberties in service of the story.

Now that it's done and dusted, I'm fairly happy with the end result. For an eloquent non-spoiler summary, see the story review posted by Jupitus Garth [Dec 6 2013]. In a concise fashion, those comments explain just why it works as intended.

Regarding: "The Sons of Baroth: An Elder Scrolls Novel"

Again, I mapped out a beginning, an ending, and all the major points in-between before getting started.

This fourth story grows out of carefully placed threads from those first three. This time, I shifted the focus to a prominent secondary character. He's had a fully constructed back story since "Accident and Destiny", but I hadn't had the opportunity to fully exploit that throughout those three stories. I suppose this one seemed more likely to be dominated by political intrigue within the Fighters Guild, but it also provides for opportunity to examine the events of the Stormcrown Interregnum from one character's perspective, as his past is laid bare. Given the scant details in place, I elected to go with the freedom that it provides, but in a reasonably 'lore-friendly' fashion. As I was writing this, an alternative title in my head was... 'Working-class Orc'... ;-)

Regarding: "Under Autumn Skies: An Elder Scrolls Novel"

The fifth tale picks up on several threads from the third and fourth stories. The primary plot takes a few chapters to get things properly started (for both those that are new to this and those already familiar). A number of lesser plot-threads emerge from within that main framework. Though there are quite a few players on the field for this one, the main focus holds closer to just a few. At first, the primary plot should appear fairly straight-forward, but the ultimate destination of the tale remains intentionally obscured. At least, until various twists lead down a secondary path, after just a few clues and distractions are layered in throughout. Those things are meant to be presented in a fairly subtle fashion (some more than others). In a way, the underlying theme is there in the title. Everything takes place under the autumn skies, over a period of just a few weeks. In one way or another, several of the unanticipated threats actually relate to the skies. Of course, it's more about the people than anything else.

Regarding: "Winds of Change: An Elder Scrolls Novel"

The sixth (and not quite final) tale in this run of stories picks up about a year after the events of the previous one. Once again, it reintroduces several of those core characters from the previous stories. 'Winds of Change' starts off looking like nothing more than a get-together for a day at the festival. Of course, something will go wrong with all that, leading to somewhat unexpected destinations for some.

Regarding: "Winds of the Ashfall: An Elder Scrolls Tale"

Though possibly more stand-alone than some previous tales, this one picks up on a thread regarding a Dunmer character notably absent from the end of the previous story. The story runs more or less concurrent with the time period of the ending of 'Winds of Change'. Though the back story of that character has only been previously touched upon very lightly, this will serve to illuminate the details of that story (which I've always had). It's also an opportunity to explore the post-calamity landscape of Morrowind in greater detail.

Regarding: "Winter of Intent: An Elder Scrolls Tale"

While gathering some lesser threads from previous stories, this tale should remain relatively stand-alone for anyone just looking at any of these stories for the first time. Feeling the call of Iliac Bay once again, after a great deal of research, reading and gathering up of whatever I could find that seemed conceivably relevant, I started pouring all of that into a pot with some story ideas that I had bubbling away in my mind. The story takes place shortly after the ending of the previous two stories I'd written.
Going in, I recognised that the story I had in mind was going to force me to 'plausibly invent' names and identities for several of the nobles and rulers of the Iliac Bay region (instead of just artfully dodging certain details). I've looked to previous known-to-lore individuals to come up with their plausible successors for that time period (4E71).
Oddly, I somehow developed and percolated my current ideas from a weird blend of recently rewatching 'Babylon 5' and faded recollection of reading G.R.R. Martin's 'Wild Card's VI: Ace in the Hole'. Neither thing really informs what I'm doing with my story. only that both somehow inspired my thinking with some character development and plot mechanics. Of course, this tale should remain all 'Elder Scrolls' in atmosphere and tone.
Now, just how dangerous could a trade summit at Castle Daggerfall actually be? Okay, let's just see. ;-)

Regarding: "Wisdom in Words: An Elder Scrolls Tale"

I've decided to try something a little different with this one. When creating stories in Tamriel, I often come up with numerous side stories and characters that I try to fit in with an already structured narrative. With this one, I've actually set out to try to tell a whole run of short stories, all linked within a longer story about stories. It will revolve about a character trying to write for the Black Horse Courier, but will allow to me to tell several other tales within the main story. Though I'm not exactly trying to do the same thing, inspiration came from recently reading the first two Witcher novels, which were actually a series of short stories, link by a framing sequence. In that case, the tales were effectively about the same character. With my story, I'm trying to tell a wider variety of tales, though still linked to the ongoing development of the primary character, as she hears the stories of others. Now, my main challenge is to come up with enough short stories of some interest to work into the main story. I'm also looking toward mixing up the delivery of those tales a little, so as not make it seem repetitive in the structuring.


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The Elf Queen's Vassal by Azurite Storm reviews
The queen of a hidden island sacrifices herself to protect her people from a malevolent threat. But her rebirth is assured, and finding her will fall to her faithful bodyguard. Nova will stop at nothing to find her queen, though before the end, she may find that her devotion runs far deeper than that of a mere vassal. If only she can admit it...
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Romance/Adventure - Chapters: 18 - Words: 124,689 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 9/2/2019 - Published: 5/7/2019 - Complete
Star Trek: Overwatch B2: Of Things Unseen by Jupitus Garth reviews
Following on from where B1 left off. Klingons are in the sector and a planetary colony has been destroyed by assailants unknown. Will those in command of Starbase 59 be able to find the culprits?
StarTrek: Other - Rated: T - English - Drama/Sci-Fi - Chapters: 21 - Words: 72,073 - Reviews: 31 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 12/11/2017 - Published: 1/31/2017 - Complete
Mysterious Akavir by The Blackjack reviews
In the early months of the Fourth Era, the Empire is betrayed and its most precious treasures looted. In response, three ships depart Tamriel to the remote continent of Akavir, the Dragon Land of the east. Recovering what was lost will be no easy feat: Cyrodiil's heroes must face down both the the continent's forgotten foes as well as the murky agendas of their unlikely allies...
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 12 - Words: 55,786 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 18 - Follows: 18 - Updated: 1/22/2017 - Published: 3/2/2010 - Arquen
To Revive the Dragon Cult by Azurite Storm reviews
An elven woman rises from a sarcophagus before a young man's eyes. She has but one goal: to revive a Dragon Priest from the dead and herald in a new age for the Dragon Religion. He has little choice but to follow, if only to protect the world from her venomous wrath.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 14 - Words: 122,553 - Reviews: 30 - Favs: 25 - Follows: 26 - Updated: 12/13/2016 - Published: 5/16/2016 - Complete
The Great War by wierddude88 reviews
In the Fourth Era, the year 171 Tamriel was forever changed as the Aldmeri Dominion began a brutal and relentless campaign against a weakened Empire. This story brings to light the tales of people, both man and mer, who played crucial roles in deciding the fate of all people who call Tamriel home. Told from multiple perspectives, this story chronicles the events of the Great War.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Fantasy - Chapters: 8 - Words: 17,228 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 6 - Updated: 9/5/2016 - Published: 6/27/2016 - Delphine, Titus Mede II
The Wild Hunt by shotgunhero reviews
Set before the events of the White Gold Concordant. The Silvenar has sent his best ranger to the Imperial capital to seek assistance in removing the Aldmeri influence from his land. Her journey takes her to brutal land of Elsweyr. In order to continue her mission, she must accept a suspicious offer of employment, unaware that betrayal lurks amidst the shifting sands.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure - Chapters: 6 - Words: 16,432 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 1/21/2016 - Published: 3/15/2014 - OC
An Elder Scrolls Saga: Part 3 - Of Tooth and Nail by Jupitus Garth reviews
In eastern High Rock, two await those that may not exist. In Northern Skyrim, two groups are looking for answers to two very different questions, and in Morrowind a journey starts anew. Follows on from An Elder Scrolls Saga: Part 2 - A Dagger in the Wind.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Fantasy/Drama - Chapters: 35 - Words: 132,526 - Reviews: 23 - Favs: 5 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 7/3/2015 - Published: 5/20/2014 - OC - Complete
Fall of Authority by Cthuwho reviews
Beras never thought his life would amount to much; the pathetic stable hand adopted by the Blades who seemed to do nothing right isn't the heroic archetype. However, when his life takes a twist, he finds himself up against dark forces that seek to corrupt and destroy Tamriel as he knows it.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Tragedy - Chapters: 25 - Words: 38,423 - Reviews: 16 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 5/9/2015 - Published: 1/24/2014
Blood and Choice by Liael reviews
Sequel to Blood and Trust. Raema faces new challenges to her loyalty, as Juraene clan re-establishes itself as the only vampire clan on Vvardenfell. Includes a recap of Blood and Trust.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Drama - Chapters: 15 - Words: 58,897 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 14 - Updated: 12/22/2014 - Published: 1/11/2011 - Complete
Futile Vengeance by DualKatanas reviews
Oneshot semi-sequel to Blood and Steel. The Oblivion Crisis is over, but for Gorgoth gro-Kharz, there are still battles to be fought. Though there is nothing to gain and everything to lose in his pointless quest, his desire for vengeance can no longer be ignored.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Family/Tragedy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 9,155 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 19 - Follows: 8 - Published: 10/29/2014 - Complete
Tale of a Dragonguard: The Cat and the Snake by sheesh1991 reviews
She is the last in a long line of Khajiit Dragonguards still loyal to the Throne, to the Emperor, sworn to serve, protect and advise the Serpent King. After twenty years on adventure, Vriinja's lover finally returns. But her life in Senchal will change forever...perhaps, even history itself will change forever. Lore-friendly story based in Elsweyr, during Evening Star of 2E 188.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Romance/Tragedy - Chapters: 2 - Words: 14,985 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 5/5/2014 - Published: 11/8/2013 - OC, Versidue-Shaie, Khajiit, Argonian
Star Trek: Overwatch B1: Fire and Rain by Jupitus Garth reviews
Things are tough for Cmdr Alvise Gessi. The station is understaffed, and he's finding himself picking up the slack. Things aren't all bad though, as Admiral Brax Thalon is on the way to take command. Unfortunately, two days out, the vessel that is transporting the Admiral is attacked. The race is on to get help out to them, but they're still a day away. Will help arrive in time?
StarTrek: Other - Rated: T - English - Sci-Fi/Drama - Chapters: 21 - Words: 75,061 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 3/20/2014 - Published: 5/16/2013 - Complete
Fallout: Ash and Dirt - Volume 01 - Book 1: Survivors by Jupitus Garth reviews
A vault, sealed shut in 2077 is violently re-opened from the outside. The vault occupants are brutally slaughtered, save only a few, who find their way to the wastelands above. A battle of survival begins. This story follows original characters.
Fallout - Rated: M - English - Drama/Adventure - Chapters: 24 - Words: 72,133 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 11 - Updated: 1/30/2014 - Published: 5/22/2013 - OC - Complete
Silver Talons by Grimjawa reviews
4E 191 - A company of mercenaries is hired, with a simple objective put before them: escorting the daughter of a wealthy merchant across Cyrodiil. Two of the company's best and brightest are chosen to undertake this task, in what is expected to be a short trek across the province. But these mercenaries quickly learn that things are never so simple...
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Suspense - Chapters: 21 - Words: 84,496 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 1/9/2014 - Published: 2/27/2013 - OC - Complete
An Elder Scrolls Saga: Part 2 - Dagger in the Wind by Jupitus Garth reviews
Early in 4E-182, a suspicious bounty is to be collected in Skyrim, in Winterhold tempers flare regarding those lost, and a farm in Morrowind is destitute and barely able to stay afloat. This story features original Characters. This is a sequel to An Elder Scrolls Saga: P1 - Old Wounds, but steps have been taken to try and bring the reader up to speed.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Drama/Fantasy - Chapters: 19 - Words: 78,576 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 4 - Updated: 11/2/2013 - Published: 7/20/2013 - OC - Complete
Vasa Jijri (Under the Skin) by The Black Sluggard reviews
4E 179. Short years after the Great War, a lonely half-Nord boy growing up in Dawnstar finds stories, secrets, friendship and family among the Khajiit of the caravans. (Starring OCs and minor NPCs, more notes inside.)
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Drama/Family - Chapters: 4 - Words: 33,355 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 2 - Published: 10/30/2013 - OC - Complete
The Last March by Cooperdawg reviews
Lucidius, a retired Legionnaire has traveled to the far northern region of Skyrim in pursuit of a legend. Accompanied by a rag-tag group of adventurers, he is hoping for one last chance at finding the glory and fame he has sought his entire life. Only time and effort will tell if he will succeed.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Fantasy - Chapters: 7 - Words: 18,075 - Reviews: 10 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 10/24/2013 - Published: 9/1/2013 - Complete
Running from the Golden Tyrants by Mister Langrove reviews
Anjaarra was a lonely Khajiit farmer who lived out in the middle of nowhere. But when she takes in a wounded man, she finds more than she bargained for when she discovers that the Thalmor are after him, and now... After her.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Romance - Chapters: 23 - Words: 50,341 - Reviews: 37 - Favs: 19 - Follows: 21 - Updated: 9/29/2013 - Published: 8/15/2013 - OC
An Elder Scrolls Saga: Part 1 - Old Wounds by Jupitus Garth reviews
In 4E-181 lives are altered by events beyond their control. Two people are hunted by powerful foes. Journeys ensue, that will change not only their own futures, but the futures of those their paths cross. Starring Original Characters with some minor Skyrim Characters thrown in. Lowered rating from M to T as I don't think there's anything in this story that really warrents an M.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Drama/Adventure - Chapters: 25 - Words: 80,771 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 7/2/2013 - Published: 5/13/2012 - OC - Complete
Of Vigilance, Mercy and Insanity by AugustinianFrog reviews
Some days you have to settle for what you can get. For a Vigilant of Stendarr, if a bad day involves shadowy plots and the inkling that you are at the whims of Divines and Daedra, you would pray dysfunctional teammates should be the least of your worries.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Mystery - Chapters: 36 - Words: 149,971 - Reviews: 82 - Favs: 58 - Follows: 38 - Updated: 3/18/2013 - Published: 2/3/2012 - Complete
Blood And Trust by Liael reviews
A Bosmer slave is unwillingly caught up in the vampiric intrigues of Morrowind.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Adventure/Drama - Chapters: 19 - Words: 83,719 - Reviews: 62 - Favs: 72 - Follows: 27 - Updated: 12/7/2008 - Published: 7/8/2006 - Complete
The Seduction of Orram Rasshibael by Liael reviews
Just a small one-shot, about the perils of the House of Earthly Delights...
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,328 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 13 - Published: 10/5/2008 - Complete
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Wisdom in Words: An Elder Scrolls Tale reviews
Seventy three years after the Oblivion Crisis and thirty years since the Umbriel Crisis. There are many tales of Tamriel, both told and untold. Many have lived through times both terrible and inspiring with tales to tell and there are others with the burning urge to see those stories recorded for all to see.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 32 - Words: 162,581 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 11/26/2019 - Published: 4/29/2018 - Complete
Winter of Intent: An Elder Scrolls Tale reviews
Seventy one years after the Oblivion Crisis and nearly thirty years since the events of the Infernal City. For the first time in a decade, at the urging of Emperor Attrebus, Daggerfall hosts a summit to negotiate trade interests in the western provinces. The spirit of cooperation is not always the greatest motivation of the powers of Iliac Bay. Both blood and wine may spill.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 28 - Words: 116,176 - Reviews: 16 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 2/15/2018 - Published: 6/23/2017 - Complete
Winds of the Ashfall: An Elder Scrolls Tale reviews
Seventy one years after the Oblivion Crisis and nearly thirty years since the events of the Infernal City. A Dunmer from Cheydinhal's Fighters Guild departs in search of persons he'd believed long since gone. What remains of the homeland bears just passing resemblance to the Morrowind of old.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 22 - Words: 93,169 - Reviews: 19 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 8 - Updated: 5/10/2017 - Published: 11/26/2016 - Complete
Winds of Change: An Elder Scrolls Novel reviews
Fifty years after the Oblivion Crisis and nearly eight years since the events of the Infernal City, the story continues. At the heart of the Empire of Cyrodiil, a time of celebration takes place. At that same time, an ill wind blows, serving to remind that the one constant of all is that everything changes. Oblivion, Infernal City & Skyrim.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 26 - Words: 104,011 - Reviews: 28 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 7 - Updated: 9/5/2016 - Published: 10/24/2015 - Complete
Under Autumn Skies: An Elder Scrolls Novel reviews
4E49-Fifty years after the Oblivion Crisis and around seven years since the events of the Infernal City, the story continues. Forces gather at Chorrol's Fighters Guild ahead of a long overdue task. The Great Forest of Cyrodiil sometimes holds unexpected secrets and threats. As do the skies above. Oblivion, Infernal City & Skyrim.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 28 - Words: 122,287 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 6/30/2015 - Published: 10/15/2014 - Complete
The Sons of Baroth: An Elder Scrolls Novel reviews
4E49-Fifty years after the Oblivion Crisis & more than six years since the events of the Infernal City. Karl gro-Baroth had been raised by a Nord, but his blood was as Orcish his brothers. With the Guild Master gone, the Fighters Guild needed proper leadership. The first question was obvious. What was he going to do about it? Oblivion, Infernal City/Lord of Souls & Skyrim.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 23 - Words: 117,945 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 7/29/2014 - Published: 2/6/2014 - Complete
The Hammer and the Anvil: An Elder Scrolls Novel reviews
4E49-Fifty years after the Oblivion Crisis & six years since the events of the Infernal City. A personal message leads the Guild Fighters on a voyage to Iliac Bay, bound for Wayrest. Of course, nothing is ever quite that simple. An unseen threat lurks upon the streets of Sentinel. Oblivion, The Infernal City/Lord of Souls & Skyrim.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 27 - Words: 136,831 - Reviews: 24 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 12/4/2013 - Published: 6/1/2013 - Complete
Evening Star: An Elder Scrolls Novel reviews
4E48-Almost 50yrs after the Oblivion Crisis & 5yrs since the events of The Infernal City, a Dunmer receives a powerful vision. An item of great value will soon begin the journey of return to the hands of its creator. However, the manner of that journey promises to confound the comprehension of the mortals involved. Oblivion, The Infernal City/Lord of Souls & Skyrim.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 28 - Words: 143,929 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 3/31/2013 - Published: 10/1/2012 - Complete
Accident and Destiny: An Elder Scrolls Novel reviews
4E48-Almost 50 yrs after the Oblivion Crisis & 5 yrs since the events of the Infernal City, a farmboy from Falkreath & a merchant turned adventurer forge an unexpected bond in the Colovian wilds. Circumstances eventually draw them into a shadowy plot involving agents from Alinor planning to break the Empire of Titus Mede I. Oblivion, The Infernal City/Lord of Souls & Skyrim.
Elder Scroll series - Rated: M - English - Chapters: 22 - Words: 118,824 - Reviews: 33 - Favs: 21 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 9/10/2012 - Published: 7/31/2012 - Complete
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