An Elder Scrolls Epic: Oblivious in Oblivion

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An Elder Scrolls Epic: Oblivious in Oblivion

At the crossroads of destiny, magic, gods, and war, there is only blood. While some denizens of Tamriel accredit their survival to the strength of their own particular race, their conflicts with other races have been just as significant. In the clash of interest and powers, there can sometimes be the freak phenomenon of love; and Garland is a prime product of that very phenomenon in Oblivious in Oblivion: An Elder Scrolls Epic. Garland never asked for the burden of his lineage, but as fate would have it, he will pay the full price.

In Oblivious in Oblivion: An Elder Scrolls Epic Tamriel’s history is a spiderweb spun from a thousand individual legacies; here, we explore one of the most unusual of them all. A carrier of two entirely opposing bloodlines finds himself at the crux of conflict between warring nations. The touch of destructive magic is all that he knows, and baptism by combat is all that he remembers. His attempt to live in relative peace is ruined when the fates conspire to bring his past bleeding back to confront him.

Secrets whispered in the shadows and rain rarely ever see the sunlight, and many people have attempted to keep Garland in those places where forgotten secrets lie. He’s needed no help keeping himself a secret, and he’s bested all of those who attempted to assist him.

An unexpected visit from the emissary of the most charismatic (but certainly not most trustworthy) Daedric Prince forces him to choose between peace and answers. Though his bad blood has been successfully repressed for many years, he swiftly learns that bad blood doesn’t run through his veins alone. This novel Oblivious in Oblivion: An Elder Scrolls Epic is sure to keep you turning the pages.

An Elder Scrolls Epic: Oblivious in Oblivion

 

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