Lore:Torre Ouro-Branco

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White-Gold Tower
Type Tower
Continent Tamriel
Province Cyrodiil
Region Heartlands
Settlement Imperial City
Appears in Arena, Oblivion, ESO
White-Gold Tower seen from its base circa 3E 433

The White-Gold Tower (sometimes written without the hyphen), also called the Imperial Palace or simply White-Gold,[1][2] is the enormous central spire of the Imperial City, located in the heart of the Palace District. It towers above everything else in the city.

The tower was built by the Aldmer in the middle Merethic Era and was the center of the region occupied by their kin, the Ayleids.[3] The tower was originally called the Temple of the Ancestors, and was home to the Ten Ancestors, a set of Ayleid statues made from meteoric iron and glass.[4] The distance between the Ayleids' lands and those of their theoretical overlords led to the establishment of White-Gold Tower as an independent city state in 1E 0;[3] a state that lasted until Alessia overthrew Ayleid rule in 243.[5][6] The Ten Ancestors were removed from the temple before its sacking and were dispersed among several Ayleid cities.[4]

Currently it serves as the Imperial Palace and hosts the vaults and libraries of the Moth Priesthood. It can be seen from all over the Imperial City and the surrounding countryside, and is a defining symbol of the Empire.

White-Gold Tower is speculated to wield the power necessary to keep Mundus from dissolving back into Oblivion.[7][OOG 1]

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References

  1. ^ Enigma Aúrbico 4: A Árvore EnciãBeredalmo o Significante
  2. ^ Guia para a Cidade ImperialAlessia Ottus
  3. ^ a b Antes das Eras do HomemAicantar de Shimerene
  4. ^ a b Umbacano's research
  5. ^ The Last King of the AyleidsHerminia Cinna
  6. ^ Shezarr and the DivinesFaustillus Junius
  7. ^ [[Lore:The Infernal City|]] (p.123)

Nota: as seguintes referências não são encontradas no jogo. Elas são incluídas para providenciar um fundo mais sólido ao artigo, mas podem não refletir lore estabelecida.

  1. ^ The Nu Mantia Intercept at The Imperial Library