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A'Tor was a male Redguard and the son of the last High King of Hammerfell, King Thassad II. During Tiber Septim's conquest of Tamriel, he invaded the homeland of the Redguards, Hammerfell. A'Tor, along with his father, initially bravely resisted Tiber's military advances. With Thassad's death; however, the Crowns and the Forebears split over the issue of independence from the Septim Empire. Under A'Tor, the Crowns took a strong stance against joining with Cyrodiil and favored continued independence. Their rivals, the Forebears; however, wanted to gain the economic and military benefits associated with joining the Empire. Thus a civil war broke out.
A'Tor, as King Thassad's heir, led the Crown war effort against the Forebears. Using tactics learned from his father and his generals, A'Tor was wildly successful in driving back the Forebears, defeating their leader Baron Volag on numerous occasions. The young prince's military successes; however, also brought his downfall. The Forebears, fearing defeat, invited Tiber Septim to lead his Imperial Legions in to stop the Crown advance. Heavily outnumbered and outsupplied, A'Tor's tactics no longer proved effective and his forces were driven back to the main Crown base on the island of Stros M'kai. In the ensuing battle, A'Tor and the majority of his warriors were defeated by the Imperial Legion under Admiral Amiel Richton.
A'Tor's spirit; however, was saved by his mages, and was enchanted into an extremely powerful blade which was instrumental in the Restless League's liberation of Stros M'kai from the clutches of Admiral Richton. The prince would forever be remembered by his people as a great warrior and the defender of their lands from Tiber Septim and his Imperial Legion, and his legend would continue to live on in the form of the extremely powerful blade that his soul had been enchanted into following his death at the Battle of Hunding Bay.
- The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard (Mentioned only)