Does Elder Scrolls have lore?

Does Elder Scrolls have lore?

Most of the lore that exists in The Elder Scrolls universe comes from each of the Elder Scrolls games that have been published, along with their expansions: The Elder Scrolls: Arena. The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall. An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire.

What is the oldest race in Tamriel?

the Hist
They’re native to Tamriel unlike the other races, and their development is tied with the Hist so really the Hist probably are the oldest race that are still around.

Who came up with Elder Scrolls lore?

Michael Kirkbride
Michael Kirkbride is a former writer and designer for Bethesda Softworks. He is known for his works on the lore that exists in The Elder Scrolls universe. Despite no longer working for Bethesda, he still writes various unlicensed texts that can be found on The Imperial Library. They are also listed below.

What era is Skyrim set in?

4E 201
Here’s how it ties in together

1E 0 First Era begins when King Eplear founds the Camoran Dynasty
4E 175 The Elder Scrolls disappear from the Imperial Citythrough unknown means
4E 201 The events of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and all DLC take place

Which Skyrim race has the longest lifespan?

*Edit: I believe Altmer and Dunmer live longer than Bosmer and Orsimer, Altmer being the longest-lived of all the playable races. Elves live two to three times as long as humans and the “beast-races” (Orcs, Khajiiti, Argonians). A 200-year-old Elf is old; a 300-year-old Elf is very, very old indeed.

Is Kirkbride lore canon?

They’re definitely canon if Bethesda had the final say in which storyline was written and Keyes was having it approved by Bethesda every so often during the writting process. Indeed, it appears Bethesda already had a few directions they wanted to take after Oblivion.