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The Crimes of the Imposter
The Lake Rumare Massacre:
Upon the third Sundas of Sunís Height, the traitorous battlemage masquerading as our imperial sovereign Uriel Septim VII order the merciless deaths of children of the Direnni West following a minor disagreement. The Duke of Jehenna disagreed angrily with the tyrannous battlemage over Imperial involvement in the War of Bend'r'mahk. In a fury, he ordered his aids onto his ship, the Inwolde Louis, and set sail for home with his compatriots. With only an order and no provocation, the Imperial soldiers of the IV Legion were ordered to fire on the Breton ship. Arrows raked the deck, leaving many wounded or dead. Only once the deck was covered in corpses and blood did the volleys of arrows stop. Without a pilot and caught by a gentle wind, the ship began to drift, but it had scarcely turned an twenty and five degrees before a great fireball was cast from the shore by an unknown mage. Hissing low across the surface of the pristine lake and leaving a trail of steam in its wake, the fireball exploded into the Inwolde Louis just above the waterline. The ship sunk almost immediately, taking the Duke and all of his retainers with it. It is safe to assume that the traitor was the one to destroy the ship, for the IV Legion is was primarily a home force at the time, and had only a very small number of mages enlisted in its ranks. Justice was done when the Eternal Champion, who shall be known by no other name, severed the head of Jagar Tharn. To remember the crimes that were committed here, the True Emperor Uriel Septim VII erected a monument on the shores of Lake Rumare to the south of the Talos Bridge. Although today much of our water is dark and murky possibly due to the strange occurrences in Morrowind, on a clear day the wreck can be seen by those who wish to remember the awful crimes that the traitor inflicted upon the Starry Heart.
The Intellectual Pogrom:
In that chaos that reigned while Jagar Tharn wore the Dragon Crown, few people noticed when nearly eight great mages and over two hundred intellectuals simply vanished. Since wizards and scholars live by their own agendas and are prone to vanish without warning, few, if any, eyebrows were raised. The truth was not discovered until a mass grave of well dressed and well equipped mages and scholars was discovered by a wandering Bosmeri ranger outside of Falenesti's northern apex near the Cyrodiil border. Piecing together scattered evidence, investigators believed that each of the scholars and mages were invited to the grove for various reasons, where they were systematically slain. The most concerning of the bodies was that of a badly charred corpse of a Graycloak of Artaeum, indicating that it is likely that Tharn was there himself to dispatch of these innocent men and women. Most of the mages showed signs of a struggle, but the scholars appear to largely have been slaughtered with only meager attempts to resist. What is interesting to note is that the truly greatest mages of Tamriel were not invited, as Celarus, Fyr and Traven have all proclaimed that they never received an invitation. The murder points to a cold and bitter mind who was too concerned with holding his stolen power that his corrupt soul caused the death of those that defend our realm. A memorial stands in northern Valenwood for those that were slain with the names of all 276 victims.
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