"Long live the emperor! Long live the Empire!"
―The Legion's Oath[src]

The Imperial Legion, Imperial Army[1], or Ruby Ranks[2] is the main armed force of the Reman Empire and the Third Empire of Cyrodiil, and is a large military organization in The Elder Scrolls universe.


Based on the concept of the Roman military, the Imperial Legion similarly proclaims itself to be the most disciplined and effective military & police force in history, and that it preserves the peace and rule of law in the Empire.[3] In The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, the Nerevarine may join the Legion, perform tasks for them, and eventually rise in rank up to the highest one, the "Knight of the Imperial Dragon". While playing heavily into the previous installment of the series, Morrowind's sequel, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, featured the Legion, yet gave the Hero of Kvatch no opportunity to sign up as a legionnaire. In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the Dragonborn can join the Legion regardless of who they sided with in "Unbound." The Legion also captured and attempted to behead the Dragonborn upon entering Skyrim, beginning the game, because they believe that they are affiliated with the Stormcloaks, along with Lokir, Ralof, and Ulfric Stormcloak.[4]


First EraEdit

Alessian EmpireEdit

The predecessor to the Imperial Legions were the Alessian Legions.[5][6] These Legions were led by Morihaus during their siege of the White-Gold Tower against the Ayleids.[7]

Reman EmpireEdit

Blackwater WarEdit

During the First Era, the Imperial Legion existed as part of the Reman Empire.[2] A notable war in the First Era called the Blackwater War erupted around 1E 2811, during which the Fourth Legion attempted to take and maintain control over Black Marsh.[8] Their Argonian opponents, however, were easily able to use the Legion's ineffective equipment and tactics in the swamps to their advantage.[9]

By 1E 2820, the forces in Black Marsh had been destroyed.[10] By 1E 2823, the Legion had adapted to Black Marsh's climate with more fitting equipment and tactics.[11] In 1E 2828, the Legion accidentally started a massive fire known as the "Great Burn," which destroyed a significant portion of the province during its three-year rampage, again forcing the Legion to retreat.[12] However, by 1E 2837 the Legion had won the war and officially claimed Black Marsh for the Empire.[13]

Second EraEdit

Three Banners WarEdit

During the Alliance War, the Imperial Legion was mostly fighting the Daedra invading the Imperial City. Despite this, the Legions were also fighting the other alliances, mainly the Daggerfall Covenant.

Daggerfall CovenantEdit

In the lands of High Rock, the Seventh Legion held the Bangkorai Garrison, effectively blocking off half of the Bangkorai region from Covenant reinforcements.[14][15] The Legion was also making headway to capturing the city of Evermore, largely through the aid of spies and its duke, Duke Renchant, being cooperative.[16] However, this attempt failed, and in a supposed parley, Septima Tharn demanded the unconditional surrender of Evermore. Queen Arzhela tried to stab Septima in her rage, but Septima was using an illusion, after this the Seventh Legion tried to kill the Queen.[17] In this same region, they raided the Knights of Saint Pelin at Martyr's Crossing, and stole their supplies. They did this due to Martyr's Crossing being an important trade route between north- and south Bangkorai.[18] The last of the Legion's known successes is the capturing of Hallin's Stand, also in Bangkorai, due to the Hall of Heroes being located close to it.[19] Their success is attributed due to them attacking at night and due to working with a spy.[20] High Rock wasn't the only province plagued by the Legion, in the province of Hammerfell, the Legion held Satakalaam, due to them being in league with the Withered Hand.[21]

Aldmeri DominionEdit

While nowhere near as significant as its victories against the Covenant, the Legion also held a bit of territory in Aldmeri lands. The Legion held the city of Arenthia[22] and the Vile Manse with Colovian Legions and were making headway to conquering Vinedusk Village.[23] Their forces used in their assault of the village were stationed in an encampment located just outside the city.[24] The Legion also held some minor territory in Malabal Tor, in the Crimson Cove.[25] These soldiers were known as Crimson Raiders, and were originally suspected to be pirates.[25] They had been raiding ships of the Dominion, sometimes up to a dozen a month.[25]

Ebonheart PactEdit

Unlike the Dominion and the Covenant, the Pact was nearly untouched by the Legions' forces, with their only possible location being the White Rose Prison in Shadowfen. This was only a small garrison of prison guards, and they fled the prison an unspecified amount of time before the events of The Elder Scrolls: Online.[26]


In the province of Cyrodiil, a lot of the Legion was in active duty. Legion forces were scattered across the wilds to keep an eye out for Pact, Covenant and Dominion movement. The Legions also engaged in combat with Covenant, Pact and Dominion units. Specifically, the Legion under the command of Captain Jena Apinia, who eventually fled the Imperial City when her Legion was on a break, due to the Planemeld starting.[27] In their retreat they exterminated over half of Bravil's population, due to what they considered was the only way possible to prevent the people (and soldiers) from starving,[27] while others, including Queen Ayrenn, took to calling it a massacre and labeled the Captain as a war criminal.[28] [27] The bulk of this Legion was eventually sent to retake the city,[27] adding more Legion soldiers to the fight on the Imperial Bridges, who were trying to kill Molag Bal's Daedra despite being unable to get over to the island through normal means.[29][30] In the Imperial City itself, the vast majority of Legion Zero had already betrayed the Empire, and sworn loyalty to Mannimarco and his Worm Cult, as well as Molag Bal[31], except for a handful of Legion soldiers, who made an improvised garrison in the Nobles District. In the city of Cheydinhal, a rebellion broke out, which resulted in Legion soldiers being sent to the city in order to reclaim it.

Third EraEdit

The modern Imperial Legion was born from the great army of Tiber Septim, which he used to conquer Tamriel.[citation needed] The Legion remained the greatest fighting force on Tamriel and possibly on Nirn for over 400 years after the death of Tiber.[citation needed]

The Legion fought in several wars and conflicts during the Third Era, among them the War of the Red Diamond, and they also fought in the conflict of the Camoran Usurper.[32][33]

Emperor Uriel Septim V used the Legion in his conquest of the island kingdoms between Akavir and Tamriel and for his disastrous invasion of Akavir itself, which completely killed two legions off, including the Emperor himself.

The Legion met, perhaps, its greatest trial during the Oblivion Crisis in which Oblivion Gates opened all across Tamriel, and the Legion was called to combat the Daedra.

Fourth EraEdit


A member of the Imperial Guard as seen in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

One of the noteworthy events is the Umbriel Invasion.[OOG 1] The Flying City of Umbriel, the city that devoured souls in the early Fourth Era, had a course directly for the Imperial City, and as it neared the Heartland, the Imperial Legion, along with the Synod and the College of Whispers, tried to mount several attacks upon the Flying City.[OOG 1] The Imperial Mages cast Levitation spells so the Legion could reach Umbriel.[OOG 1] Unfortunately, the Umbriel War Machine proved too great a force, and the Legionnaires were killed off before they could breach Umbriel.[OOG 1] After the Oblivion Crisis and the Umbriel Invasion, the Legion was greatly weakened, and the once great fighting force had declined greatly.[34] As to how the Legion was weaker than before is unclear.

Great WarEdit

Years later, the Aldmeri Dominion attacked the Empire in what is known as the Great War.[35] Unprepared for the vicious Aldmeri assault, the Legion suffered heavy casualties.[35] However, in the Battle of the Red Ring, the Legion surrounded and destroyed Lord Naarifin's forces stationed in the Imperial City.[35] It was a prominent victory that halted the Dominion's invasion, and gave the Empire the leverage necessary to sign the White-Gold Concordat and end the war.[34]

Skyrim Civil WarEdit

Several years after the Great War, part of the Legion would be dispatched to Skyrim to stop the Stormcloak Rebellion and end the Civil War.[34] As of 4E 201, the Legion holds 4 Holds (Haafingar, Hjaalmarch, Falkreath Hold and The Reach) under full Imperial control,[36] with Whiterun being marked as "Imperial" but being neutral.[37][38] When General Tullius got sent to Skyrim in 4E 201,[39] he really turned things around for the Empire.[39] Under his leadership the Legion started massacring the Stormcloaks[40] and slowly pushing them back.[41] Tullius managed to capture Ulfric Stormcloak at Darkwater Crossing in an ambush, after which Ulfric was scheduled for execution at Helgen.[39] However, due to Alduin returning, Ulfric managed to escape.[42] The Legion is currently stationing soldiers in the Rift, threatening Ulfric's southern flank,[43] and (unsuccessfully) attempting to conquer Winterhold,[43] so that Ulfric's forces have to stay at Windhelm.[44]


Imperial Legion Forester

Legion Forester.

Intended as the sole militaristic force behind Cyrodiil's seat of power, the Legion operates in conjunction with the Imperial City's police-force, the Imperial Watch. Their headquarters are situated in the Imperial City.[45]

The Legion is the primary fighting force of the Cyrodilic Empires, Cyrodilic cities and towns most often have City Guards, while Nordic cities and towns have Hold Guards, which are Legion soldiers serving the counties and Holds for police duties and law enforcement in the Imperial provinces.[46][47] Imperial Soldiers also patrol the roads of the Imperial provinces,[34][45] protect nobles,[34] and are allowed to seize property of arrested criminals.[48] Under normal circumstances the Imperial City has at least one Legion stationed within.[49]


The Legion looks for upstanding citizens who show superior endurance, soldierly virtue, and a trustworthy personality. A Legion soldier is supposed to be a model of the duties of Imperial citizenship.[3]

To be able to join the Legion each soldier must be trained and become proficient in the skills of Long Blade, Spear, Blunt Weapon, Block, and Heavy armor.[3] Imperial soldiers must be able to block quickly and move quickly while in heavy armor. Soldiers are also trained to be able to march long distances with heavy packs and to preform the complex maneuvers that soldiers will preform in real battle.[3]

Furthermore, knights are trained to be able to block blows with just their heavy armor, no shield.[3]

If the Nerevarine or the Last Dragonborn join the Legion neither of them have to undergo any type of training. Although, in both cases the Legion was in desperate need of new soldiers.


New recruits must take the oath binding them to the service of the Emperor and the Legion:

"Upon my honor I do swear undying loyalty to the Emperor...
and unwavering obedience to the officers of his great Empire.
May those above judge me, and those below take me, if I fail in my duty.
Long live the Emperor! Long live the Empire!"

Battle organization and rankingEdit


Rikke, a female Legate in Skyrim.

The Legion fights only on land. Aquatic operations are carried out by their counterpart, the Imperial Navy. To better defend against magic-using foes, the Empire employed the use of Imperial Battlemages, these battlemages form the Shadow Legion. The Legion also makes use of the Phalanx formation[50],Diamond Formation[51], Wedge Formation[52] and Shield Walls.[OOG 2] They further are mighty warriors, no one can defeat them when they march in rows in open fields, however, in the Ashlands and the wilderness, the Dunmer are able to defeat them.[53]

Some sources suggest the fighting strength of the Imperial Legion: The Infernal City mentions that a Legion numbers 5,000 Legionnaires [OOG 2], and given the highest Legion mentioned is the 18th Legion, then the Imperial Legion has at least 110,000 troops when at full strength. Each Legion is further subdivided in Cohorts which are given orders by a centurion.

As of Skyrim, the rank structure is similar to that of the historical Roman Empire. Excluding the potential recruitment of the Last Dragonborn, there are 10 Legates within the province of Skyrim.[34] Historically, a legate commanded a legion. Additionally, the rank of General actually did exist, and it was applied to someone who generally commanded more than one legion. As there is no mention of exactly how many legions were in Skyrim, the actual fighting strength of the Imperial Legion in Skyrim is, in fact, unknown.

Ranks (Morrowind)Edit

  • Recruit
  • Spearman
  • Trooper
  • Agent
  • Champion
  • Knight Errant
  • Knight Bachelor
  • Knight Protector
  • Knight of the Garland
  • Knight of the Imperial Dragon

Ranks (Skyrim)Edit

  • Auxillary
  • Private (mentioned by Captain Aldis)
  • Quaestor
  • Praefect
  • Tribune
  • Legate
  • General

Ranks (Online)Edit

  • Auxiliary
  • Private
  • Sentinel
  • Legionary
  • Knight
  • Dreadnaught
  • Sergeant
  • Lieutenant
  • Captain
  • General

Ranks with unknown statusEdit

Highest RankEdit

  • Commander of the Imperial Legion

Legion Ranking StatureEdit

  • Commander of the Imperial Legion
  • General
  • Captain
  • Legate
  • Lieutenant
  • Tribune
  • Sergeant
  • Centurion
  • Dreadnaught
  • Praefect
  • Knight
  • Quaestor
  • Legionary
  • Sentinel
  • Private
  • Auxiliary

Types of soldiers in the LegionEdit

The Legion uses a variety of soldiers, which consist of the following units, light and heavy cavalry, heavily-armored knights, berserkers, skirmishers, archers, scouts, pikemen, troopers and foot knights.[57][58][3] The Legion also uses Battlemages, artillery, and levies.[59][60][61][62][63][64][65] As well as rams.[66] During the Third Era, Imperial Battlemages also used Dragons, but it is unknown if the Legion still has any Dragons remaining.[67]

Types of arms and armor in the LegionEdit

The Legion uses a variety of materials. Light armor is used for scouts, skirmishers, archers and light cavalry. The most common materials for light armor are fur, leather and chainmail armor, which are readily available throughout the Empire. Mithril, elven and glass are considered rare.[58]

Heavy armor is used for the frontline infantry, heavy cavalry, foot knights, pikemen, troopers and officers.[3] The most common materials for heavy armor are iron and steel, with dwarven, orcish, ebony and daedric being rare.[58] The Legion uses many materials for their arms, which are listed from cheapest and least desirable, to most expensive and most desirable: iron, steel, silver, dwarven, elven, glass and daedric.[57] Enchanted weapons and armor are also used by the Legion, but since the Mages Guild was used to enchant armor, it is unknown if the Legion still uses enchanted armor.[58][57] In the event of a crisis behind enemy lines, Legion Soldiers may sell excess materials to noncombatants. These materials must not have a significant military application. The gold required in this manner must be used to secure swift passage back to the Legion that the soldier belongs to.[68]


The armor used by the Legion is different in between many timelines:

  • In Redguard the Legion made use of leather, chain/steel and bronze/gold/dwarven armor. These armors seem to be lighter than in the later games, most likely due to the desert climate.
  • In Online the Legion made use of iron, steel, orcish and higher tier heavy armors, most of the Legion made use of Orcish-Imperial armor. They also made use of various light and medium armors. The type of armor usually depended on the rank, location and mission the soldiers were on.
  • In Morrowind the Legion made use of a lot of steel and chain armor, while also making use of studded, dragonscale, newtscale, Templar, boiled Netch leather and Silver armors. In Morrowind the Legion's armor looks very similar to that of the Roman Legions. The armor used in Morrowind most likely got its high variety due to the Legion being on the frontier.
  • In Oblivion the Legion made use of steel plate armor. The armor looked like a combination of medieval armor and Roman armor, though the Imperial Watchmen made use of the Imperial Horseman Helmet, which looked more like a hoplite helmet. The palace guards also had more decorative armor than the normal Legion soldiers. The Legion's armor is most likely more suited for appearance than combat, due to Cyrodiil being the main province of the Empire.
  • In Legends the Legion made use of steel plate armor, more similar to the armor in The Elder Scrolls Online than the plate armor in Oblivion.
  • In Skyrim the Legions makes use of leather, studded and steel armor. The appearances of the light armors is similar to that of the Roman auxillaries in border provinces of the Roman Empire. Most of the Legion in Skyrim makes use of the light armors instead of the heavy armor, this is likely due to Skyrim's terrain. It is also likely that the soldiers in Skyrim are mostly scouts and skirmishers instead of soldiers meant for full-on combat.

Types of weapons in the LegionEdit


An Imperial Shortsword.

The Imperial Legion mainly uses the Imperial Sword[69][70][71][72][73][74][75][76][77][78][79][80] or Steel Swords[81][82] for its army, however the Legion also makes use of some other weapons, such as pikes,[57][83] the Imperial Broadsword, the Imperial Shortsword,[84], spears[85][86][84], claymores[82][57] and the Imperial Bow.[69] In The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn, another Imperial styled weapon is wielded by General Falx Carius. This weapon is Champion's Cudgel, a warhammer which has the symbol of the Empire engraved onto its side. Other Imperial styled weapons also exist in The Elder Scrolls Online. These weapons are axes, maces, great swords, battle axes, mauls, daggers, and staffs.[70]

The designs for many of the weapons used by the Legion are quite advanced compared to the Roman Military, which is what the Imperial Legion is based off of. The Imperial Sword and the Imperial Shortsword both have similar designs. Both swords start off thinner than the end of the blade is. This gives the broadswords greater hacking strength, while the Imperial Shortswords have a greater thrust damage due to how light the blade is. All three Imperial swords possess wooden handles. An advanced design feature that is possessed by all three swords is that on both sides of the weapon a thin strip of metal has been removed. This decreases weight of the sword while taking away very little durability to the blade. Finally, the Imperial Broadswords and Shortswords have unique blade guards. Instead of having a traditional blade guard that stops a blade upon hitting it, these swords have curved blade guards that cause other blades to slide off and away from the sword and its owner. These technological advantages could very well be a major contributing factor to why the Imperial Legion remained the best fighting force on Tamriel for centuries.

Types of siege engines in the LegionEdit

The Imperial Legion is known to use four siege machines, the catapult,[87][88] battering ram,[89] trebuchet[90] and ballista.[91][92][93]

The Imperial Siege Engine is a card in Legends that has the image of a battering ram. It is manned by an unknown amount of Imperial soldiers, but it has two heavily armored soldiers manning the front of it. Furthermore, it appears to have an armored roof, and its ram consists of a log with a metal spike attached to the end of it.[89]

During the events of the Skyrim Civil War, the Legion made use of simple wooden catapults. The catapults appeared at the Battle of Windhelm, and were at the Imperial camp to the east of the city. The catapult could be manned by one person.[94] When the catapult is activated, it will fire a projectile. Upon activating it again, a small crank will begin to move and the catapult will be brought back to the firing position to be loaded. The Legion generally uses firepots for their catapults,[95] as well as their trebuchets.[90]


As of the Fourth Era, average fighting strength of each Legion comprises of 5,000 Legionnaires.[OOG 2]

Forts and BasesEdit

The Imperial Legion has secured many strategic locations for their forts to control the vast amounts of land in the Empire. During the events of Online the Legion made use of many different kinds of bases. In Morrowind, the Legion made us of many large forts that were in prime condition. Oddly, the Imperial Legion in Oblivion makes no use of any forts. In the Skyrim Civil War during the events of Skyrim the Legion occupied old forts, many of which were falling apart and had to be repaired using wood defenses.

Forts and Bases in Elder Scrolls OnlineEdit

The Legion also had a strong presence in the following cities, Arenthia, Cheydinhal, Dune (Online), Eldenroot, Imperial City, Rawl'kha, Satakalaam, Vinedusk Village, and Wayrest.

Forts and Bases in MorrowindEdit

The Legion in Morrowind also had a strong presence in the cities of Pelagiad, Gnisis, and Mournhold.

Forts and Bases in OblivionEdit

The Legion in Cyrodiil had only one base during the events of Oblivion, the Prison District of the Imperial City. The old forts that dot Cyrodiil seem to have no value to the Imperial Legion and they are instead occupied by various bandits and necromancers.

Forts and Bases in SkyrimEdit

The following forts are only under Imperial control if the Last Dragonborn sides with the Legion during the Skyrim Civil War.


The Imperial Legion has several artifacts, this is a list of the known artifacts.

Commander rank for a LegionEdit

The Imperial Legion has had multiple different ranks commanding a Legion, the most common one being a General.

Normal commanderEdit


  • During the Great War a Legate commanded the Tenth Legion.


  • In The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind General Darius commanded the Deathshead Legion.
  • In The Elder Scrolls Online the Legion of the West Weald was commanded by a General.
  • The Second Legion was commanded by a General.
  • The Third Legion was commanded by a General.
  • The Legion under the command of General Takar tried to invade Umbriel.
  • During the Blackwater War, the Fourth Legion was commanded by a General.
  • In The Eastern Provinces the Legions of Black Marsh and Morrowind are recorded to have been led by Generals.


  • During the Alliance War a Captain commanded a Legion.

By gameEdit


The following are books related to the Imperial Legion:



  1. Imperial Legates state that the Legions have garrisons throughout each of the provinces of the Empire. However, since Morrowind's status to the Empire is currently unconfirmed, it's possible that Morrowind doesn't have a garrison and is independent.



  1. The Wolf Queen, Book VI
  2. 2.0 2.1 Pocket Guide to the Empire, First Edition: Cyrodiil
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Ordo Legionis
  4. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  5. Picnic at Pelin (A Horror Story)
  6. The Royal House of King Eamond
  7. Cherim's Heart of Anequina
  8. 8.0 8.1 The Blackwater War, Volume I
  9. The Blackwater War, Volume II
  10. The Blackwater War, Volume IV
  11. The Blackwater War, Volume V
  12. The Blackwater War, Volume VI
  13. The Blackwater War, Volume VII
  14. Dialogue with Septima Tharn during The Parley
  15. Appearance of Bangkorai Garrison in The Elder Scrolls Online'
  16. Imperial Infiltration
  17. The Parley
  18. Raiders at the Crossing
  19. Regarding the Hall
  20. Dialogue with Yarah
  21. Imperial Incursion
  22. Events of The Colovian Occupation
  23. Events of Oath of Excision
  24. Events of Down the Skeever Hole
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 Dialogue with Glanir during "Naval Intelligence"
  26. The Ones Left Behind
  27. 27.0 27.1 27.2 27.3 The Butcher of Bravil
  28. Dialogue with Razum-dar during Debts of War
  29. Dialogue with Captain Priscus
  30. Events of The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City'
  31. Dialogue of Legion Zero soldiers
  32. Brief History of the Empire, v 3
  33. Pocket Guide to the Empire, Third Edition: Eras
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 34.3 34.4 34.5 34.6 Events and character dialogue in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 35.4 The Great War
  36. Civil War Map in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  37. Dialogue with Balgruuf the Greater
  38. Dialogue between Irileth, Balgruuf the Greater and Proventus Avenicci
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 Dialogue with Hadvar
  40. Dialogue between Galmar Stone-Fist and Ulfric Stormcloak
  41. Dialogue with General Tullius during "Season Unending"
  42. Events of "Unbound"
  43. 43.0 43.1 Dialogue with Ulfric Stormcloak
  44. Dialogue with General Tullius after Winterhold is captured by the Legion.
  45. 45.0 45.1 Events and dialogue in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  46. Dialogue of the Skingrad Patroller in The Elder Scrolls: Legends'
  47. Combat dialogue with Whiterun Guards
  48. Public Notice (Oblivion)
  49. Appearance of Legion Zero in The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  50. An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls P18
  51. An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls P313
  52. An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls P314
  53. Morrowind Lore topic in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  54. Palace Break-In?
  55. Appearance in Imperial Forts in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  56. Imperial Condolences
  57. 57.0 57.1 57.2 57.3 57.4 Manual of Arms
  58. 58.0 58.1 58.2 58.3 Manual of Armor
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 59.3 59.4 59.5 Report: Disaster at Ionith
  60. Intro of An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
  61. The Doors of Oblivion
  62. Catapults seen during the Skyrim Civil War
  63. The appearance of Siege Catapults in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  64. An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls P91
  65. Dialogue with Rorik
  66. The appearance of Siege Engines in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  67. Starlover's Log
  68. Dialogue with Antonia Gratas
  69. 69.0 69.1 Equipment of Imperial Legion Soldiers in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  70. 70.0 70.1 Equipment of Imperial Legion Soldiers in The Elder Scrolls Online and The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  71. Colovian Trooper card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  72. Fifth Legion Trainer card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  73. Solitude Stalwart card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  74. Praetorian Commander card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  75. General Tullius card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  76. Kvatch Soldier card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  77. Legion Praefect card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  78. Pillaging Tribune card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  79. Solitude Stalwart card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  80. Skingrad Soldier card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  81. Equipment of Legate Rikke
  82. 82.0 82.1 Equipment of Imperial Legion Soldiers in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  83. The final cutscene of A Knife in the Dark in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  84. 84.0 84.1 Equipment of Imperial Legion Soldiers in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  85. Septim Guardsman card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  86. Renowned Legate card art in The Elder Scrolls: Legends
  87. Battle for Whiterun (Imperial)
  88. Catapulets seen at the improvised garrison in The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  89. 89.0 89.1 Card art of Imperial Siege Engine
  90. 90.0 90.1 Trebuchets used by Legion Zero in The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  91. Ballistae used by Legion Zero in The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  92. Ballistae seen at the improvised garrison in The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  93. The ballista seen at the Dragonfire Cathedral
  94. Catapults seen at the Windhelm Military Camp
  95. Ammunition seen at Imperial Catapults during the Skyrim Civil War
  96. Events of The Elder Scrolls Online: Imperial City
  97. Sanctuary: Weapons Report
  98. Attrebus' page on the Official Archived Redguard Website
  99. Ebonheart dialogue option in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  100. Yours for the Taking!
  101. Eulogy for Emperor Varen
  102. "Join the Imperial Legion" dialogue topic in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
  103. Intro of An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
  104. "Imperial Guard" dialogue option in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Notice: The following are out-of-game references. They are not found in any in-game books, but can still be considered part of The Elder Scrolls lore and are included for completeness.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 An Elder Scrolls Novel: The Infernal City
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls

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