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  • So as we all know the Septim emperors are all dragonborn(s) but this was an unused power considering the lack of dragons. But a new war may begin with the continent of Akavir. In this war the leader of the empire would be an emperor who would be the main character and his eventual destiny would be to stop akavir and kill Tosh Raka. Just a theory.

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    • That'd be a great idea. Except TES has a history of starting out with the main character a prisoner, not an emperor.

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    • Yeah I just meant turn into one later.

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    • If you talking about playing as a septim in later a game that would be impossible. As the septim line ended at the end of Oblivion when Martin Septim turned into Akatosh to kill Mehrunes Dagon. Which also killed Martin in the process ending the Septim Dynasty .

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    • Maybe some form of Akaviri invade Tamriel  ( Black Marsh ? ) .  A prophecy could exist in Akavir that expanded on that of after the Dragonborn...

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    • I was thinking that in the next elder scrolls game you can go to akavir as a prisoner who has been put to work as a boat rower on an expedition to akavir. When you arrive on the shore of akavir you start building up a camp. When night falls a small raiding party of tsaesci come to raid your camp and take you all as slaves. You must take up arms and escape before the tsaesci raiding party takes you as hostage. You escape into the wilderness of akavir anwell the game starts

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    • 203.206.108.29 wrote:
      I was thinking that in the next elder scrolls game you can go to akavir as a prisoner who has been put to work as a boat rower on an expedition to akavir. When you arrive on the shore of akavir you start building up a camp. When night falls a small raiding party of tsaesci come to raid your camp and take you all as slaves. You must take up arms and escape before the tsaesci raiding party takes you as hostage. You escape into the wilderness of akavir anwell the game starts

      I could see that in the new graphics for TES6. Cool ass looking snake men who fight with katanas.

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    • I was acutally thinking more along the lines of your character being just a random prisoner who was sent out to build a civilization on the islandm without them knowing that the races were of any threat, similar to the above comment. Somehow, like every other game, your character finds out he has some secret power, or importance to the timeline.

      Basically, after becoming a prisoner and your chains are placed onto the fresh, yet ancient lands of Akavir, your character begins having flashbacks of the war between the Ka Po' Tun and the Tsaesci. This leads to events of the character stuck in a timeloop for the first couple of days, then suddenly gets sucked into the mind of Tosh Raka, who is actually trying to redeem his race by destroying the race who destroyed them.

      Of course, your character is the link between the ancient Akaviri human race, and the ancestors placed a spell on the island, just before they fled, which instantly transports the character into the timeline of the war. Maybe to help the Ka Po' Tun. Who knows.

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    • it really would be nice to go to Akaviri how ever Disney(in all there infinite wisdom)will probably sue Bethesda for making something similar to kung fu f***ing panda or world of warcraft but I could be wrong if Disney does sue we should tell the government of Mexico to sue Disney for trying to copy wright the day of the dead....that and if mickey wears ever wears elven armor we should shoot him with a crossbow bolt to the non exsistant crotch(notice I didn't say knee)

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    • There is a huge ammunt of intrest in Akavir and in the other continents of Nirn ammoung the fans, since Bethesda has everyone on Tamriel thinking that Tamriel is the only part of Nirn that is civilized and that anyone should pay attention to. But how can we ignore the fact that there is an inormous continent to the east, possably even bigger than Tamriel, inhabited by diverse, mysterious races that nobody knows anything about. The suspense is killing me.


      Besides, if the Akaviri wanted to invade Tamriel, why not now, while the continent is more devided than it's been since the second era. If they did, this is how it would go down assuming that the Tsaesci are the ones leading the invasion, which would probably be the case. They would basically walk into Morrawind without any opposition, but than move on after realizing that it's a hellish volcanic nightmare. They would do the same thing to the empire reguardless of wether or not they win the Skyrim civil war. The Nords will probably be able to fend them off, at least for a while. Ulfric is a geanius and all, but their lack of reseorces would eventually lead to their defeat. High rock, after the fall of the empire, would be pritty defenseless from any invasion. I dunno about Hamerfell. Invading anywhere else would be asking for a deathwish, but they would alreaghty have tons of terratory by that time. 

      PS. Kung Fu Panda wasn't that bad. If you want a movie to complain about, watch The Room.

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    • 173.76.160.189 wrote: There is a huge ammunt of intrest in Akavir and in the other continents of Nirn ammoung the fans, since Bethesda has everyone on Tamriel thinking that Tamriel is the only part of Nirn that is civilized and that anyone should pay attention to. But how can we ignore the fact that there is an inormous continent to the east, possably even bigger than Tamriel, inhabited by diverse, mysterious races that nobody knows anything about. The suspense is killing me.


      Besides, if the Akaviri wanted to invade Tamriel, why not now, while the continent is more devided than it's been since the second era. If they did, this is how it would go down assuming that the Tsaesci are the ones leading the invasion, which would probably be the case. They would basically walk into Morrawind without any opposition, but than move on after realizing that it's a hellish volcanic nightmare. They would do the same thing to the empire reguardless of wether or not they win the Skyrim civil war. The Nords will probably be able to fend them off, at least for a while. Ulfric is a geanius and all, but their lack of reseorces would eventually lead to their defeat. High rock, after the fall of the empire, would be pritty defenseless from any invasion. I dunno about Hamerfell. Invading anywhere else would be asking for a deathwish, but they would alreaghty have tons of terratory by that time. 

      PS. Kung Fu Panda wasn't that bad. If you want a movie to complain about, watch The Room.

      I didn't mean it was bad movie just that Disney is as terriortally as a rooster when it comes to things they tried to copy wright the day of the dead the day of the dead man lol I do agree with the idea of the invasion though

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    • Its me the person that came up with the akaviri expedition thing. How about you can now play as an akaviri human fleeing from the tsaesci and you see the battle at the camp then some tsaesci spot you and chase you. You must then meet up with the explorers and bring peace or war to the continent of akavir

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    • Here is a proposal to pick up after the events of Skyrim. The Aldmeri Dominion decides another invasion of Cyrodil in the near future isn't viable, so the elves adopt a long term strategy to outgrow the empire by colonizing Akavir outside the empire's domain, planning to eventually become an overwhelming super-power. The empire's spies learn of the plan and the empire quickly starts setting up competing colonizes in another part of Akavir through the East Empire Company. The Aldmeri Dominion reintroduces slave labor into its society and uses it to get the colonies up and running quickly (the player character is a prisoner working in the slave labor force). Things go well for both sides for a number of years because Akavir is strangely deserted (inset plot device) of intelligent life forms for the colonies to deal with. Suddenly strange attacks start happening to both sides, both sides suspect the other naturally, the prisoner either gets a chance to escape or is somehow recruited into an effort to find out what's going on, and the game begins.

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    • Haven't the Nerevarine went to Akavir? maybe he (yes HE, that was confirmed by Neloth.) challenged Tosh Raka to a duel for the throne of Akavir and he defeated Tosh Raka, becoming the king of Akavir, just a theory.

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    • Tesshu wrote:
      Haven't the Nerevarine went to Akavir? maybe He (yes HE, was confimed by Neloth.) challenged Tosh Raka to a duel for the throne of Akavir and he defeated Tosh Raka, becoming the king of Akavir, just a theory.

      Is he making fun of me?

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    • I am serious about this no funny joke, haven't you knew that the Nerevarine went to akavir after the events of morrowind? just take a look on the character's page.

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    • Tesshu wrote:
      I am serious about this no funny joke, haven't you knew that the Nerevarine went to akavir after the events of morrowind? just take a look on the character's page.

      Alright I believe you I just meant the whole "Just a theory" thing. I said it at the end of my post.

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    • no Nerevarine went to Atmora this one belives

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    • Hi Wasina! Also nah he was right it was akavir.

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    • ahh okay and hello Harkon btw get you ass back to Kallenbear RP or this one will hunt you down and give you to the khajiit fur trader lol that and join this one's new RP lol

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    • I'm not really good at rps

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    • Wasinaelderscroll wrote:
      it really would be nice to go to Akaviri how ever Disney(in all there infinite wisdom)will probably sue Bethesda for making something similar to kung fu f***ing panda or world of warcraft but I could be wrong if Disney does sue we should tell the government of Mexico to sue Disney for trying to copy wright the day of the dead....that and if mickey wears ever wears elven armor we should shoot him with a crossbow bolt to the non exsistant crotch(notice I didn't say knee)

      Then it would be a bolt to the knee not an arrow to the knee

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    • right but the joke still stands lol

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    • Why go to Akavir already when we have half of Tamriel unexplored?

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    • Dovahkiin47800 wrote:
      Why go to Akavir already when we have half of Tamriel unexplored?

      Why do we have to explore all of Tamriel first? imo only thing we need to resolve first is the current Empire vs Dominion conflict and anything is up for grabs. nothing states he HAVE to have the game based in Tamriel

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    • Tosh Raka

      Remove the "R"

      Tosh Aka

      Switch about a bit

      AKATOSH! 

      Tosh Raka, if I am right in saying, is a dragon. A big dragon.

      Akatosh is a big dragon

      Maybe Tosh Raka is akatosh, fled to Akavir after his supposed death and took place in akavir as I dont think that Akavir would know about the oblivion events and akatosh

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    • Wow.... can't believe the whole Rakatosh thing never occured to me.

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    • Could be. The tiger People say that he is a god so that is very likely.

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    • Necro af thread, but what if you're a septim emperor who has been taken prisoner in a civil war? What if the stormcloaks gained traction and other countries in tamriel sprung into open revolt, causing a terrible civil war and the crumbling of the cyrodiilic empire. Which is where you, the last spetim emperor come in

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