The book details the story of Oblivion. It gives a little background on the characters such as Mehrunes Dagon. It then goes on the talk about Cyrodiil, and the cities that Cyrodiil holds. Saving Cyrodiil after the break out of the Daedra from the realm of Oblivion, after the death of the Uriel Septim VII, is also discussed.
Character Classes: Choosing your Race, Gender, Abilities, Skills, and BirthsignEdit
This section discusses each race's strengths, weaknesses, default abilities, and attributes. It works you through how to create an ideal character for you. It tells you which races best fit in which Factions. A detailed account of Birthsigns, and how to create certain characters that best fit your personal fighting style are discussed.
How to use weapons, and weapon skills, is detailed.
How to acquire spells, and use magic in combat is discussed. This section also has an all-inclusive list of every spell in the game (except for those you create of course).
Crime & PunishmentEdit
Types of crimes, being arrested, how much to pay the court, and jailing sentences are talked about.
How to become a vampire; a vampire's powers, and weaknesses; and problems with being a vampire, are discussed.
A detailed list of enemies and creatures, along with all of their abilities, is in the section.
|Arena • Daggerfall • Morrowind (Tribunal | Bloodmoon) |
Oblivion (Oblivion Mobile | Knights of the Nine | Shivering Isles) • Skyrim (Dawnguard | Hearthfire | Dragonborn)
|Battlespire • Redguard • Stormhold • Dawnstar • Shadowkey • Travels: Oblivion • Online • Legends|
|Codex Scientia • The Daggerfall Chronicles • Battlespire Athenaeum • The Redguard Companion • The Morrowind Prophecies • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Official Game Guide • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Game Guide|
|The Infernal City • Lord of Souls|