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The Infernal City is a novel set in The Elder Scrolls universe, that was published by Del Rey on November 24, 2009. It is written by Gregory Keyes, and a sequel titled An Elder Scrolls Novel: Lord of Souls has been written.

Plot summaryEdit

The events of the novel revolved around the story of Annaïg Hoïnart, a young Breton; Mere-Glim, her Argonian friend; Prince Attrebus, only son of the emperor Titus Mede; Colin, a Penitus Oculatus agent; and Ezhmaar Sul, a vengeful Dunmer and how their destinies tie into that of the dangerous and looming Umbriel, a floating city.



For a list of characters, see Characters (Infernal City).

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  • Why is there no Elder Scrolls book?

    64 messages
    • Ifnsman wrote: The two Novels, "The Infernal City" and "Lord of Souls", are most definitely canon and both worthy reads. ...
    • SeaTerror wrote: They can only be canon if officially said so by Bethesda. Bethesda helped write the books, author says so in the books�...
  • The Infernal City is it a "certified" book?

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    • It was stated (at some point; I have no sources) that the hist alerted the argonians ahead of time about Mehrunes, and so the argonian army ...
    • The above comment was me, by the way.