aka Vincent M. Cabrera

  • I live in New Rochelle, New York
  • I was born on November 9
  • My occupation is College Student
  • I am Male
  • Bio I'm an editor on the TES Wiki and was named Member of the Month for May of 2017. Check out pages like Wayrest or Falkreath Hold to see examples of my work.
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  • Vincentius1

    This is a pseudo lore book that I wanted to create. Hope you enjoy and comment what you liked.

    By: Ri'Zaman (King of Orcrest)

    Before I was the Warrior-King of Orcrest, I was a student of the Temple of Two-Moons Dance in the city of Senchal, one of the most dangerous and unforgiving temples in Elsweyr. It was there I met my future wife, the Queen of Senchal. The lands of Anequina were in dire straits during the Knahaten Flu, many villages were pillaged by raiders seeking a cure, inadvertently spreading the disease. I watched as my people were suffering, I could not help them, knowing that I would have succumbed to the disease. Once the infection had subsided, I left my home and searched the land, to study the fighting styles of Tamriel, to te…

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  • Vincentius1

    The Stonefalls Campaign

    November 15, 2017 by Vincentius1

    This is a pseudo lore book that I wanted to create. Hope you enjoy and comment what you liked.

    By: Lloros Dreloth (King of Ebonheart)

    When Emperor Varen Aquilarios disappeared from his throne, many alliances throughout Tamriel have sought to capture the Ruby Throne, in the attempt to control the whole continent. In the aftermath of the Second Akaviri Invasion, the Ebonheart Pact was formed and became one of three major factions in the Three Banners War. The Daggerfall Covenant of the West had an active military career early on in the war and targeted the Ebonheart Pact, knowing just how weak our alliance was from within their borders. The Counsel of the Covenant, have sought ways to attack the Ebonheart Pact, unable to formulate a solution. …

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  • Vincentius1

    Hi, this is just a list of lore locations that don't have pages. To look for information on these locations, check the references or go to The Imperial Library website and search them by name. This can be useful for anyone who wants to add to the wiki but doesn't know where to start. I hope this helps, and happy editing. --Vincentius1 (talk)

    PS, for the locations in the Novels, you're gonna have to get the book if you want to get more incite on these locations.

    • Kavas Rim Pass
    • Kanesh
    • Totambu (Yokuda)
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  • Vincentius1

    So I was curious about the lore in the Summerset Isles because I made a page about a Legends card called Battlereeve of Dusk. So what I did was go to the Imperial Library website to search Dusk so eventually I found this story called Alinor and Ayarene. This was a very interesting find because, it talks about an event where the Maormer invade Southern Summerset. This was probably from an early build of ESO where Auridon wasn’t the starting area. This is the link to the story:

    The entire story is about someone named the Numinous which is another name for Soulshriven

    This is a list of newly mentioned locations:

    • Sunhold Isle (Sunhold is probably built on an island)
    • Liriel River
    • Isque…

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  • Vincentius1

    We need more photos

    November 24, 2016 by Vincentius1

    The Wiki needs more photos. If anyone has noticed, I've been adding a bunch of lore pages about some cities. There was gonna be more but the problem is there aren't enough photos to go around. We need a lot more photos for Online locations since there are so many places. I would do it myself but the thing is I play on Xbox One and I don't know how to take screenshots of in-game footage. For cities in Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim we need better aerial shots that capture the majority of the cities like in the Windhelm page. But we mainly need to focus on adding photos from online. If anyone get's these photos and let's me know about it I'll try my best to create more lore pages for these cities. Thank You for reading.

    These are the cities …

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