The tyrannical dreugh-kings enslaved the "nineteen and nine and nine" oceans of Lyg and fought constant border wars amongst themselves. This correlates with the teachings of the Tribunal Temple, which state that Molag Bal had served as the chief of the dreughs in a form that was "spiny and armored and made for the sea", the after-image of which was reborn in Tamriel and known as the Ruddy Man.
Mehrunes Dagon is said to have been created and imbued with hope by the Magna Ge in the bowels of Lyg. Dagon then rose a "red legion" in rebellion and destroyed the Towers of CHIM-EL GHARJYG, casting down its cities and destroying the continent. In this way, Dagon "freed" Nirn from Creation. Replicating this mythic event was the main goal of Camoran's Oblivion Crisis in 3E 433, when he succeeded in temporarily breaking Akatosh's covenant and bringing Dagon to Tamriel.
- Said to have been "crushed with coldsalt" and thereafter called Hor.
- The "old City of Chains" destroyed by "newbone-warmth".
- Galg and Mor-Galg
- Two cities destroyed in the same "single night of day".
- According to an early First Era document known as the Tract of Merid-Nunda, "Xero-Lyg" is the name of a Magna Ge.
- The Song of Pelinal mentions the "World-River" of the previous kalpa, where Umaril the Unfeathered's divine father originated.
- Lyg is one of the "Adjacent Places", and is a parallel version of Tamriel.[oog 1]
- Commentaries on the Mysterium Xarxes Book Four — Mankar Camoran
- The Thirty-Six Lessons of Vivec, Sermon Twenty-Eight — Vivec
- Events of Oblivion
- Exegesis of Merid-Nunda — Phrastus of Elinhir
- The Song of Pelinal - Volume 7: On His Battle with Umaril and His Dismemberment
Note: the following references are not found in-game. They are included to provide a rounder background to this article, but may not reflect established lore.