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ESO Book Highlights: Maormer & Pyandonea

This week, I'd like to showcase a race that has never before appeared in the Elder Scrolls games: the Maormer of Pyandonea. They play a significant part in Khenarthi's Roost, the starting area of the Aldmeri Dominion. 

Fang of the Sea Vipers - A report on the Maormeri navy threatening Auridon. 
The Chosen People of Aldmeris - the Maormeri's view of their split from the Aldmer.
Treaty of Khenarthi's Roost - a harsh treaty between the island and the Maormeri navy.

In other news, Lady Nerevar (me) was invited as a guest on the ESO Alliance podcast, hosted by Evarwyn of Elder Scrolls Off The Record, Kyle and Josh of Shoddycast, and Andrew of the Tamriel Foundry. We talked at length about the NDA, our predictions for ESO post-launch, and the impact/importance of add-ons. You can check it out right here on youtube.

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Will you be doing this type of book post weekly? It's a really good way to categorize the newer lore, IMO. If ten years from now I wanted to specifically look up a book about, say, Reachmen from ESO (The Longhouse Emperors maybe), these posts would be a good resource to dig up.

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I plan to do them roughly once a week for as long as it takes us to add these books. For looking up specific information, I highly suggest the Topics view - it should have every book that includes significant info on every topic. We're still working on making it all pretty, but it does work. 

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I see that now. Great job there. I look forward to eventually reading and re-reading all the new content. A lore researcher's hobby is (hopefully) never done!

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Cant believe that I never heard of the library till I watched the show on youtube. I have always been a big book collector in elder scrolls and this is such an awesome site. I am also a louisiana native (if I heard that correctly in the show you are also lady n). Looking forward to rereading old the old lore books again!

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Glad to have you! 

I actually just moved to NOLA about 10 months ago. I move around a lot, so I can't really call myself a native of any place, but I do love it here :)