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Welcome to the Unofficial Elder Scrolls Pages! We have been building a collaborative source for all knowledge on the Elder Scrolls series of games since 1995, and we could use your help! To begin browsing our site, you should select one of the games on the left side menu. If you would like to help us build the site, you can learn how to get started as an editor, read over the help files, or look through our guide to helping out. If you'd like to discuss the Elder Scrolls with other users, please consider using the UESP forums.

This site's purpose is to provide information; therefore, most of the content contains spoilers.

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We are currently maintaining 26,023 articles.

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First ESO Adventure Zone Revealed -- Craglorn — April 7, 2014

Get Ready for Elder Scrolls Online with the UESPMarch 29, 2014

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20 Years of Elder Scrolls — March 25, 2014


UESP Reaches 20,000 Articles — February 15, 2014

Almost six years to the month, the UESP wiki has doubled its content articles to 20,000, as confirmed by the Statistics page. With Elder Scrolls Online due for release only a few short months from now, and our revamp of many item pages from simple redirects (in response to the UESP survey), that number is sure to increase dramatically. Special thanks to all editors who helped make it happen, and to all our readers who continue to provide the reason for our existence. We can't wait to share with you all our next 10,000 articles!

On a smaller note we have also reached 30,000 files, which includes images, patches for older games, and sound files.

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Skyrim:Lost to the Ages
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In ancient times, the Dwemer constructed four city-states, led by the great research center of Arkngthamz in the Reach. While their purpose remains unknown, the city-states were undefeatable, and held their ground against attacking Nords for centuries. Then, in the midst of the First Era, all four city-states suddenly collapsed within three years. While the Nords ascribed the destruction of the cities to the strategic genius of High-King Gellir, many scholars suggested the cities fell for other reasons, although the mystery was buried along with the cities and merely forgotten.


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