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Faerie Chain theoryEdit
The noted scholar Ahrtabazus developed the Fairie Chain theory, in which Fey variants are placed on a hierarchial chain based on similar features and propensities for magicka. This chain begins with Pixies (Whilloki) at one end, followed by elves, then nephrine, with human and semi-human beings in the middle, and the godlike beings such as Gheateus, Chonus, and Sygria at the other end. This hierarchial chain is not an order of command, since the plans and schemes of Faerie are governed simply by their own whim.
- Despite the book, The Faerie, stating that tales of Faerie are found in every culture and settlement in the Empire, their existence has never been mentioned by a character in any title in the The Elder Scrolls series.
- Faerie are also mentioned in Poison Song, Book I and A Scholar's Guide to Nymphs.
- The language of Nymphs is said to sound like Faerie, but shares no vocabulary.
- The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall (Mentioned only)
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Mentioned only)
- The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn (Mentioned only)