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Rahgot, whose name means "Rage" in the Dragon language, was an ancient Dragon Priest of Skyrim. He led the last remnants of the Dragon Cult from the secluded monastery of Forelhost high in the Jerall Mountains until 1E 140. After the defeat of Alduin during the Dragon War, the ruling Dragon Priests were overthrown. Several sects of the Dragon Cult adapted and survived by going into hiding all across Skyrim. Many held the belief that Alduin would one day return and resurrect the faithful. Rahgot and his cultists were one such sect, and until that day they chose to bide their time within Forelhost.

King Ranser (?b - ?d)

King Ranser was the ruler of Shornhelm, crowned after the death of his father King Hurlburt of House Branquette in 2E 546. He was illegitimate, born to "a poor Tamrith cousin", and had to compete with his legitimate younger brother Prince Phylgeon for their father's throne. The fourteen-year-old Phylgeon was descended from House Montclair, and his claim was supported by the codicil to the "Bretonnick Natalitie", which declared "Howse Mount Clayre" the royal house of Shornhelm. However, the codicil was missing when the Council of the North met to discuss the two claimants. Prince Ranser presented a long-lost Direnni decree that named House Branquette their "Breton Royal Delegates" in Rivenspire, winning the crown by the vote of the Council.

He had a daughter named Princess Rayelle, whom King Emeric of Wayrest courted before marrying Maraya in the spring of 2E 566. Furious, he called back his ambassador from Wayrest, staying in Shornhelm when he was invited to Emeric's wedding. In Last Seed of the year, he launched a surprise siege on Wayrest, sparking what is now called Ranser's War. His army consisted of mercenaries, his own people, along with the noble houses of Rivenspire that he forced to fight under his banner. House Tamrith was the first to cease its support and called for peace, followed by House Dorell, while House Ravenwatch remained neutral throughout the war. House Montclair only surrendered to Wayrest right before the Battle of Traitor's Tor. Unsure if his brother's actions were righteous, Count Phylgeon offered to serve as a peace envoy to both Emeric and Ranser, but the latter angrily refused, insistent on winning the war. Overcome by the combined forces of Bretons, Redguards, and Orcs, Ranser's remaining troops were slain at Markwasten Moor, and the end of the conflict gave rise to the Greater Daggerfall Covenant. The Crown of Shornhelm as well as the Direnni decree had not been seen since the Battle of Traitor's Tor.

While Ranser himself is thought to be dead, he fled from Markwasten Moor with a small troop of his most loyal soldiers. He prepared a ritual atop a then-nameless tor overlooking Shornhelm, during which he was murdered by his own general. Ranser's blood served as the sacrifice needed for the ritual, transforming him and his warriors into skeletal undead, and the tor from which he ruled became known as Traitor's Tor.

Red Eagle (?b - 1E 1030)

Red Eagle, or Faolan in the language of the Reach, was an ancient king who, armed with a flaming sword, rallied his people and drove back the armies of Cyrodiil in the First Era. Over time, accounts of Red Eagle have become distorted and embellished, but they seem to be based on truth: the Imperial chronicles of Empress Hestra mention a rebel leader who was eventually cornered and slain in battle around the year 1E 1030, at the cost of a full legion of men. Curiously, stories of a similar king and his legendary blade appear in other ancient myths of the Reach.

Count Regulus Terentius (3E ?b - ?d)

Imperial ruler of Bravil during the Oblivion Crisis. He was a tournament champion when he was younger, but as Count, he was unpopular due to his drinking and superior attitude, as well as his skooma addict son Gellius.[1]

Relmyna Verenim (?b - ?d)

Relmyna Verenim was a Dunmer resident of the Shivering Isles at the end of the Third Era. She was originally from Tamriel, which is where she discovered the so-called "Sixth Element": Flesh. She was expelled from the Mages Guild due to the extreme nature of her experiments. Sheogorath invited her to his Realm, where she could continue her research free of scrutiny. Because of this, she developed a passionate—and obsessive—love for the Daedric Prince.

Relmyna was responsible for creating the first Gatekeeper. After many failed attempts she accomplished this by using the magical ingredients of the Gardens of Flesh and Bone to give life to several enchanted body parts stitched together to form a body. Using Sheogorath's divine madness as the seed, Relmyna birthed the creature. Her tears and the bones of a previous Gatekeeper were used to slay the creature in 3E 433.

After the death of her "child", Relmyna and her apprentice Nanette Don retired to her home, the ruins of Xaselm. There she resumed her study on the nature of Pain. Later that year, the Fringe was invaded by the Forces of Order. Sheogorath's Champion was sent to help Relmyna construct another Gatekeeper. The sorceress was hesitant at first due to the Champion's direct involvement with the death of the original. Relmyna and the Champion created the new Gatekeeper using a Daedric binding ritual, which helped to contain the Order which had taken over the Fringe.

Emperor Reman (?b - 1E 2762)

Reman Cyrodiil, chamado de Deus Mundano, é um deus-herói cultural do Segundo Império, fundador da Dinastia Remana e o maior herói do Problema Akaviri em 1E 2703. Seu nome, Reman significa "Luz dos Homens". Ao contrário da crença popular, a província de Cyrodiil não recebeu o nome dele, na verdade foi ele que adotou o antigo nome Ayleid da província, Cyrod, como seu sobrenome.


A invasão Akaviri foi o que permitiu Reman, chamado como "filho do Oeste", a unir várias facções diferentes sob a sua liderança Vários dos antigos fortes e castelos em Arcéu são restos da rede de fortificações que Reman construiu para a defesa contra Akavir. Reman não apenas parou os invasores, ele também os convenceu a ajudá-lo a construir seu próprio império e conquistar toda Tamriel (com exceção de Morrowind). Os Akaviri foram os primeiros a reconhecê-lo como Draconato. Na verdade, foram os Akaviri que mais se esforçaram para promover a posição de Reman como Imperador (apesar de Reman nunca ter tomado o título durante sua vida). Eles aparentemente estavam procurando pelo Draconato e quando eles ouviram a voz de Reman durante a batalha na Passagem Pálida, eles perceberam o que ele era, se ajoelharam e juraram lealdade a ele.

A formação de Cyrodiil como é conhecida hoje é creditada a Reman, que incorporou aspectos de Pedra Alta, Colovia, a região de Nibenay e a sofisticada e estranha cultura dos derrotados Akaviri em uma só. Ele instituiu as cerimônias para tornar-se Imperador, incluindo o ritual do Amuleto dos Reis, uma Gema d'Alma de imenso poder. Ele morreu em 1E 2762 e foi enterrado em Sancre Tor, que ressurgiu em riqueza e cultura sob seu governo. Depois de duzentos anos governando, sua dinastia acabou com o assassinato de seu herdeiro Reman III (supostamente pelas mãos da Morag Tong), trazendo o fim da Primeira Era.

Remanada descreve Reman como um produto da união entre o Rei Hrol (que foi morto na união) e o espírito da Santa Alessia (que era considerada como a própria terra), e algumas outras fontes parecem confirmar isso, mas céticos suspeitam que essa herança foi uma fabricação com intenção de legitimar seu governo. O texto continua para dizer que Sancre Tor significa "Colina Dourada" e que é o lugar onde Reman nasceu. Ele foi encontrado por uma pastora com o Amuleto dos Reis já em sua mão. Ela carregou a criança diretamente à Torre Ouro-Branco e o colocou no trono sem contestação.

Durante um duelo que se acredita ter ocorrido em Sancre Tor 2500 anos antes do nascimento de Reman, Pelinal Listranívea supostamente gritou o nome do futuro líder.

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  1. ^ Events of Oblivion

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Emperor Reman II (1E 2794 - 1E 2851)

Reman II was the third emperor of the Reman Dynasty. Historical records vary on the exact year of his birth. It's believed he was crowned emperor around 1E 2805, following the deposition of his widely disliked predecessor, Emperor Kastav.

Said to be a master tactician, he frequently studied records of the battles he fought. When he conquered new territory for the Empire, he carefully established rule, and avoided causing too much disruption to local customs, traditions, and particularly to established trade. He gathered advisers from each province, and focused on his people more than many emperors ever had. As a result, Imperial culture spread across Tamriel, not through forced assimilation but free will as citizens came to accept and support the Empire by reaping the benefits of free trade, stability, and the development of better infrastructure. For many years peace prevailed across Tamriel, and many attribute his reign as the golden age of the Second Empire.

Emperor Reman III (?b - 1E 2920)

Reman III was the last emperor of the Reman Dynasty. His wife was Empress Tavia and his son was Juilek Cyrodiil. He fought the Four-Score War with Morrowind during the conclusion of which he and his son were assassinated by the Morag Tong, causing the rise of the Akaviri Potentate.

King Reman Karoodil (3E? b - ?d)

Altmer king of Firsthold, on Auridon in the Summerset Isles.[OOG 1] Some time before 3E 405, he lost a son, and Morgiah, Dunmer princess of Wayrest, understood she could take advantage from this situation. She contacted the King of Worms, a powerful necromancer, so that he could arrange a conversation between Karoodil and his dead son. Thus, out of gratitude, Karoodil agreed to marry Morgiah, making her the queen of Firsthold.[1] The Altmer populace were unhappy with a Dunmer ruler, however, and while Karoodil was away leading a raid on local pirates, a revolt broke out. Morgiah was able to defeat it, and when the king returned he had the lead conspirators tortured and exiled.[2]

Ria Silmane (?b - 3E 389)

Ria Silmane was the apprentice of Jagar Tharn. After Tharn took over the Imperial throne, he murdered Ria because he was not able to corrupt her. However, she kept her spirit bound to the mortal plane via her magic; yet her magicka reserves were constantly draining, limiting the time she had left. Ria could still cast magic, but it drained her energy even further. She aided the Eternal Champion in escaping the Imperial Prison and tracking down all eight pieces of the Staff of Chaos. She did not have a corporeal form, and she communicated largely through dreams and visions. She used up the last of her magicka to help the Champion infiltrate the Imperial Palace, and was never heard from again.

Legate Rikke (?b - ?d)

Legate Rikke was a Nord commander of the Imperial Legion during the Stormcloak Rebellion. The Legate followed in the footsteps of her parents, who are also Legionnaires. During the Great War, she fought side-by-side with Ulfric Stormcloak and many others who would later become Stormcloaks. Though she came to believe Ulfric was a self-serving ego-maniac, she once counted him and many of his followers as friends. She held a great deal of anger toward Ulfric, as she believed the Empire was the best chance at victory against the Thalmor, but also deeply saddened by his decisions. She continued to worship Talos privately despite the White-Gold Concordat.

During the Stormcloak Rebellion, she was the chief lieutenant of General Tullius, who ran the Empire's campaign. She was his closest adviser and strategist, and often gave him insights on Nordic culture that he, a Cyrodiil-born Imperial, did not know or fully appreciate. They had disagreements, but she believed Tullius was the best hope for Skyrim and the Empire. Rikke had a great many duties, including local recruiting in Solitude, though she frequently found herself fighting, coordinating scouts, and manipulating enemy intelligence on the front lines.

King Rilis XII (?b - ?d)

King of Firsthold in the early Second Era.[3] In 2E 230,[4] he called Vanus Galerion to his court to explain his activities. Galerion explained the organization he was forming to Rilis and Rite Master Iachesis of the Psijic Order, and ultimately persuaded Rilis to approve the first charter of the Mages Guild.[3]

Saint Rilms the Barefooted (?b - ?d)

Patron of Pilgrims and Beggars. Saint Rilms gave away her shoes, then dressed and appeared as a beggar to better acquaint herself with the poor.[5] Her shoes are now a prized relic of the Tribunal Temple.[6]

Rislav Larich (1E 448 - ?d)

Rislav Larich, better known as Rislav the Righteous, was born in 1E 448, the eighth child and fourth son of Queen Lynada and King Mhorus of Skingrad. He is believed to have led the typical life of a Colovian prince. He married Belene, the daughter of King Justinius of Kvatch, presumably to cement peace between the kingdoms. In 1E 478, a plague passed through Cyrodiil and decimated the royal family of Skingrad; in the end, only Rislav and his older brother Dorald, a priest of Marukh, survived. Dorald's first act was to cede the kingdom to the Alessian Empire, which incensed Rislav. He led a small band of cavalry from Kvatch to Skingrad, where they entered the city without conflict (as the guards of Skingrad were also offended by Dorald's act). In the castle courtyard, Rislav denounced Dorald and beheaded him with one stroke, and he was quickly crowned as the new King of Skingrad.

However, Emperor Gorieus believed this did not revoke Dorald's action, and rode to Skingrad with a massive army to claim the city. When they arrived, Rislav famously told the Emperor that his party was too large to be accommodated, and that next time, he should write before he comes. A battle quickly ensued, which the Colovian forces won handily thanks to superior tactics. Gorieus' crippled army was forced to retreat, and this dramatic defeat proved to be the beginning of the end of the Alessian Empire.

Saint Roris the Martyr (?b - ?d)

Patron of Furnishers and Caravaners. Captured by Argonians just before the Arnesian War, Roris proudly refused to renounce the Tribunal faith, and withstood the cruel tortures of Argonian sorcerers. Vengeance and justice for the martyred Saint Roris was the rallying cry of the Arnesian War.[5] His robe is a valuable artifact to the Ordinators of Morrowind.[6]

Rynandor the Bold (?b - 4E ?d)

Former seer-mage of the Summerset Isle. Rynandor was one of the few survivors of the collapse of the Crystal Tower during the Oblivion Crisis and was one of the leaders of its defense and thus responsible for the death of many daedra during their successful attempt to raze the tower. Shortly after the Oblivion Crisis had subsided, he showed distrust towards the Thalmor when they claimed to be the ones who rid the Summerset Isle of the daedra horde. Due to the Thalmor's wide public support at this point in the Summerset Isle, they were able to denounce and exile him. Rynandor met a violent end shortly after his departure from Summerset Isle, likely at the hands of the Thalmor.[7]

Rythe Lythandas (?b - ?d)

A famous artist from Cheydinhal known for his lifelike paintings of the Great Forest of Cyrodiil. He inherited the Brush of Truepaint from his father, which is the reason for his success. He is married to Tivela Lythandas. In 3E 433, a thief stole the brush from him and he became stuck in the Painted World. He once owned the enchanted Apron of Adroitness, which he gave to the Champion of Cyrodiil in return for retrieving the brush and saving him from the Painted World.[8] He survived the sack of Cheydinhal by the undead army of Umbriel, and had returned to live in the city by 4E 201. He is the sole provider of Painted Troll Fat, a rare alchemical ingredient.[9]


  1. ^ Events of Daggerfall
  2. ^ The Firsthold RevoltMaveus Cie
  3. ^ a b Origin of the Mages GuildThe Archmage Salarth
  4. ^ Imperial Charter of the Guild of Mages
  5. ^ a b Lives of the SaintsTribunal Temple
  6. ^ a b Events of Morrowind
  7. ^ Rising ThreatLathenil of Sunhold
  8. ^ Erro de citação: Tag <ref> inválida; não foi fornecido texto para as refs chamadas Oblivion
  9. ^ Elgrim's dialogue in Skyrim

Nota: as seguintes referências não são encontradas no jogo. Elas são incluídas para providenciar um fundo mais sólido ao artigo, mas podem não refletir lore estabelecida.

  1. ^ Ted Peterson's posts in The Imperial Library