Books:The Daggerfall Chronicles

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Release Date 1996
Author Ronald Wartow
Publisher Bethesda Softworks
ISBN 978-0929843209
Pages 270
Game Daggerfall
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Front cover of the CD inlay

The Daggerfall Chronicles is the official strategy guide for Daggerfall written by Ronald Wartow and published by Bethesda Softworks in 1996.

It contains hints, walkthroughs and dungeon maps, as well as a unique overview of the game's lore.

Nestled in the Dragontail Mountains, protected from trespassers by a magic barrier, lies the Scenarist Guild citadel. Ruled with an iron hand by Nezmyt, the Scenarists are Tamriel's troubadours, bards, and minstrels, whose notes and observations have been compiled into a thousand impressive volumes.

In the Year 370 of the Third Era, Nezmyt created a sect of Imperial scribes who were charted with recording all historical events, beginning with the defeat of Jagar Tharn. Smuggled out by an anonymous renegade guild member, the book, now known as The Daggerfall Chronicles, was hidden in a shrine of the Oracle.

- CD inlay for Daggerfall

Daggerfall itself came with a sheet of paper, folded down to the size of a CD and used as the inlay in some editions, that acted as an advert for the Daggerfall Chronicles. One side contained the solution to the Privateer's Hold dungeon taken from the book, while the other side contained the description quoted above, a listing of what the official game guide has to offer, and ordering info on how to obtain it.[1]

Table of Contents

  • Undraping the Shroud from Daggerfall
  • Tamriel's Timeline
  • The Divine and the Royals
  • Major Character Classes
  • Daggerfall's FIVE Cornerstones of Insight
  • Exploring Tamriel
  • Enlightenment
  • Special Events
  • Civilization
  • Legerdemain
  • Close Encounters of the RPG Kind
  • Objects d'Daggerfall
  • Daggerfall's Glory Road - The Complete Walkthrough
  • The Dungeons


  1. ^ The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall turns 15 - Bethesda Blog
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