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This is by far one of the most beautiful maps I have ever seen. I absolutely love it.

That being said, I have one tiny nitpick, would NY be named Leningrad? Like, grad is a Russian/generally Slavic suffix meaning town, fort, or castle, essentially, a Slavic Burg/Burgh. Wouldn't an American Leninist state use a more English name (though Leninville sounds a bit dumb and on the nose to me and Leninsburg sounds too German) or is there more to this that I've missed?

I don't blame you if you don't know the underlying 'lore' behind this map series. In this TL, Lenin becomes the grand leader of the Teutonic SSR, the capital of which is Leningrad. In this TL he also builds a time machine and travels to various tumultuous places in history to found socialist states. As Lenin decides to name NY after the TeutonicLeningrad, thus Leningrad upon Hudson.
 
This is really good.

Are you going to make more of these? I would like to see more of the Leninist *US.

This map is a part of my 'Traces of Socialism in the Ancient World' map series, so you can definitively expect more wacky socialist states in the future. Im not sure if i want to continue mapping the American SFSR, but you never know.
 
the National Provisional Assembly ( New Delhi Government ) circa. 1956

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The Great horrors starting the 1930's were one of Edward VIII's obvious unintentional collapse of the British Empire and Nation, as warlord states and other nations would pick off her colonies and empire around the globe. The Indian government, under Mahatma Gandhi, a advocate and public speaker for Indian Independence initiated a effective negotiation with the Azad Hind and British Raj, organizing a Indian-Centered National Assembly in order to coordinate against the changing world. The rump British Empire, now centered ironically in India, still holds claims on the Empire, although loose compared to their adversaries. With the death of Gandhi, a member of the Azad Hind would rise to power, causing famine to the Islamic peoples of National Assembly held territories, and in the Bengals.
 

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The British Isles. circa 1956.
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The downfall of the British Empire resulted in the collapse of authority, and a periodic civil war alongst the British isles, eventually resulting in Winston Churchill's conservatives gaining power within England, partically ending the Civil war with the Peace of Liverpool.

Ireland intervened within the Civil War with support from the Irish Republican army, aswell as sending support to the Welsh nationalist movement the Cymru.

The Cymru took advantage of the Welsh government's instability throughout the mainland, effectively initiating a coup, however, the conservatives would be able to hold the predominantly english speaking south.

The English Republic was originally founded in 1940, with Churchill still in power, as a effective Military Junta. the English Republic is much like their London relative in many senses, primarily neutral in all European affairs, and pouring its economy in efforts to rebuild their little empire.

The British Empire, also known as London, was the leftovers of Mosley's fascist government in England. With the support of Nazi Germany, and its later collapse, it has become a Pariah state. The population of London has decreased due to famine and purges, aswell as migration into their Neighbor. The London Government still holds claims across all of the British Empire.

The Scottish Republic has completely removed itself from the English, as diplomatic relations were severed, instead, becoming effectively an American client state. It is practically an excessively neutral nation, and is apart of the League of Nations.
 
I don't blame you if you don't know the underlying 'lore' behind this map series. In this TL, Lenin becomes the grand leader of the Teutonic SSR, the capital of which is Leningrad. In this TL he also builds a time machine and travels to various tumultuous places in history to found socialist states. As Lenin decides to name NY after the TeutonicLeningrad, thus Leningrad upon Hudson.

Oh, this is part of that TL. That's neat. Like I said, it's a very nice map.
 
I have long been absent from this site thanks to my thesis and other projects, but I recently had some time to dick around with pixel maps thanks to the recent outbreak. I have been playing Skyrim, and went online to see if anyone had made a map for Tamriel. I'm not sure who made the base map originally. I got it from AugustusImperator on DeviantArt. Onto the map itself, I made tweaks to the base map and then made two scenarios; one where the Stormcloaks won the Civil War in Skyrim, and one where the Imperials won.

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Game State: 4E 201
The Empire has been in constant decline since the end of the Third Era, in which the Oblivion Crisis was ended, but at the cost of the Septim Dynasty. Without a strong ruler, Cyrodiil collapsed into warlord states, while in the Summerset Isles and Black Marsh, nativist forces took power. The Aldmeri Dominion was declared by the Thalmor radicals in the Isles, and Black Marsh seceded under the leadership of the An-Xileel faction. As the Dominion sized Valenwood, a war between the Dominion and Empire became inevitable, while Morrowind was devastated by the eruption of Red Mountain in 4E 6. In the ensuing two centuries, the Empire stabilized under Titus Mede I, a warlord that had managed to take control of most of the province, though each former city-state remained highly independent. The Dominion would win the Great War against the Empire, forcing them to sign the humiliating White-Gold Concordat, which included amongst its many intolerable terms the outlawing of the worship of Talos. The signing triggered the Stormcloak Rebellion in Skyrim, and the secession of Hammerfell from the Empire, who would continue their war with the Empire for several more years. In 201, things are bleak.

Titus Mede II is a weak ruler from dynasty seen as illegitimate, and the lords of Cyrodiil do as they please. Morrowind, de facto independent under House Redoran, is locked in a tense war with Black Marsh, their armistice fragile as both claim control of Morrowind's former capital region. Reclamation efforts on Vvardenfell are effectively non-existent, and over half of Morrowind remains lawless and refuses to recognize the authority of either the Empire or House Redoran. Black Marsh prospers, the An-Xileel gaining further power even as the Accession War against Morrowind has halted, due to the fact that the war was meant to enact vengeance for ancestral wrongs, not gain territory. Valenwood and Summerset are the heart of the Dominion, though the former is still filled with rebels. Elsweyr has collapsed into two rival states; Anequina in the North and Pelletine in the South, both client states of the Dominion. Hammerfell secured a modicum of victory against the Aldmeri Dominion, but the fragile alliance between the Forebears and the Crowns, two rival factions, is tenuous, their civil war only halted when the Dominion invaded. High Rock is still loyal to the Empire, but the increasing distance and difficulty in maintaining trade and communication has seen it grow more autonomous. Orsinium, the only partially recognized province of the Orcs, was destroyed, but refounded in the High Rock-Hammerfell border, and the Breton kings of High Rock grow eager to crush it again. And finally... there is Skyrim. The province is locked in war, the nativist Stormcloaks under Jarl Ulfric Stormcloak locked in a fight against Imperial loyalists led by General Tullius and Jarl Elisif the Fair. Whiterun keep has maintained neutrality, leaving the scales balanced as the rebellion continues.

Stormcloak Victory: 4E 231
In 201, the Dragonborn joined the army of Ulfric Stormcloak. With their help, Ulfric would win his war, declaring himself High King of the newly independent Nord Kingdom of Skyrim. While the Dragonborn would also go on to vanquish Alduin, it was the liberation of Skyrim that had the biggest impact, as it occurred soon after the murder of Emperor Titus Mede II by the Dark Brotherhood. Without a strong heir, the Empire's collapsed continued, a fact that led to many considering it still to be the same tumultuous Fourth Era, despite Alduin's defeat. The murder of Emperor Titus Mede III by General Balix triggered the Year of Six Emperors, and Cyrodiil descended once again into chaos, each city's rulers doing what they felt necessary to keep themselves safe as armies fought for whichever general or noble had seen fit to call themselves master of the Imperial City. Some townships swelled, others collapsed, new lords were declared, boundaries redrawn. Eventually, some sought safety with other nations around Cyrodiil.

Cut off from Cyrodiil, High Rock had no other choice but to elect a High King. The first order of business was beginning the reclamation of the land taken by the Fourth Orsinium. Many Orcs have fled into Hammerfell, and have declared a Fifth Orsinium, occupying half of the region not yet reconquered by the Bretons and the Hammerfell lands south of it that they have settled. While Orisinium unrecognized, the new High Queen Lilija Stormcloak, daughter of Ulfric and Olfina Grey-Mane, has lent the Orcs her support, with Skyforged Steel and Nord volunteers helping them hold Orsinium against the Bretons. This has exacerbated relations between High Rock and Skyrim, the former blaming the latter for the end of the Empire. Skyrim itself is doing well, having an ally in Hammerfell, though they have made a second enemy in Morrowind by laying claim and sending troops to occupy Solstheim, whose sale to Morrowind was declared illegitimate by Ulfric Stormcloak not long before his death.

In Hammerfell, the Forebears used the collapse of Cyrodiil to highlight the righteousness of their pantheon of the Cyrodiilian dominated faith of the Crowns tribes. Many Redguards saw the Stormcloaks as a sign that nations ought return to their old ways, nativism flourishing across the land. Anvil and New Kvatch pledged loyalty as tributary states to Hammerfell.

The Aldmeir Dominion has since expanded in the thirty years since the defeat of Alduin. Pelletine officially joined the Dominion, and Bravil would agree to serve them as a client state. While they attempted to take Leyawiin, the port city would bend knee to the newly declared Empire of Argonia, taking their protection to hold back the cursed High Elves. However, relations between Argonia and the Dominion are good, as the Thalmor and An-Xileel political parties see themselves as two of a kind. Their alliance seems more likely each day, especially now that Argonia has seen Cyrodiil come to Morrowind's aid in the unending Accession War. Morrowind fights the Argonians again, the long Armistice ended after the Dunmer discovered that in the anarchic Eastern reaches of Morrowind, the Argonians were establishing colonies. The war reignited, halting the ability for House Redoran to continue subjugating the West or fund settlements in Vvardenfell.

Cyrodill itself is a mess. The Cities of Drakelowe, Cheydinhal, and Kingscrest would bend knee to Morrowind, while Cropsford and Nibenay City would stay loyal to the Imperial City. Skingrad's attempted independence would end as Gottlesfont and Roebeckstown refused to go along, all three cities becoming separated regions. Chorrol would try to leave last, the loyalist in Bruma trouncing them in war to prevent it. When this was done, the lords in the Imperial City knew their legitimacy was gone. The Confederation of Cyrodiil was declared, fully ending the Empire. The Dunmer-aligned breakaway region is called, is in limbo, officially still a Morrowind client, but with Cyrodiil and Morrowind declaring an official alliance, referred to as the Cheydinhal Pact for the city it was signed in, many expect that the region will cease to exist as a buffer state and region Cyrodiil soon.

Imperial Victory: 5E 30
In 201, the Dragonborn joined the Imperial Legion's campaign in Skyrim. With their help, General Tullius would win his war, declaring with Balgruuf the Greater declared High King at the Moot, with Tullius keeping his post as Military Governor. While the Dragonborn would also go on to vanquish Alduin, it was the stabilization of Skyrim that had the biggest impact, as it occurred soon after the murder of Emperor Titus Mede II by the Dark Brotherhood. Without a strong heir, numerous generals attempted a power play, leading to the Year of Four Emperors, which would end when the ever-popular General Tullius would ride with Nord auxiliaries to do to Cyrodiil what he had done in Skyrim. He had no intentions to become a ruler, but the Imperial Council would name him Emperor for his efforts, and the Tullius Dynasty began. Tullius ascension and the defeat of Alduin would see the year 202 retroactively marked as Year 1 of the new Fifth Era. Some called this preemptive, but many were happy to declare their time period separate from the horrid two centuries of the Fourth Era.

Rebellious city-states were conquered, and Emperor Octavan Tullius I would restructure Cyrodiil, abolishing the counties in favor of the Prefectures, many comparing them to the Jarls and Keeps of Skyrim. And Skyrim itself, despite being once in rebellion, has been granted autonomy and privileges that no other province or region has, a sign of the Emperor's respect. When High Rock's kings grew rebellious, desiring the same privileges as Skyrim. The Emperor had them put down brutally, showcasing the power of the Empire would not be defied any longer. High Rock is now a unitary state under a High King and military governor, as Skyrim was in the early years of Tullius' reign. Orsinium has also been formally recognized as a sovereign province. Meanwhile, with Imperial support, the Crowns in Hammerfell overcame the Forebears, and the Hammerfell, while refusing to lose its independence, has become a client state of the Empire, with many predicting it will become an autonomous province like Skyrim in the near future.

Imperial funding of rebels in Valenwood has seen the province explode into conflict. Meanwhile Anequina has declared itself an ally of the Empire, and Pelletine has gone to war with it, Elswyr now a region of proxy warfare between the Dominion and Empire, "volunteers" of both regions gaining experience on the front, preparing for the Second Great War.

As a sign of good faith and to cease obligatory funding and troops, Emperor Martin Tullius, the second of the Dynasty, recognized the independence of Morrowind, as the Dunmer Realm of Morrowind. Imperial support has decreased, but the presence of Imperial Legions, freshly blooded in Skyrim and High Rock, ensured that the Accession War was ended. The Argonians, while unhappy to leave, had already taken their pound of flesh. The end of the war has allowed the Grand Council of Morrowind to focus on greater resettlement in Vvardenfell and to push their frontier military states in the West further and further. With the war with Morrowind over and the Empire ascendant, many Argonians have also begun to question the An-Xileel. The party's overreaction and attempts to slaughter dissent has backfired, and now much like in Valenwood, Imperial funded rebels have begun to take control of the border regions and coastline. While they are weaker, the rebels' presence and successes have seen the An-Xileel lose popularity, and there are some who wonder if the best future for the Empire is not to rejoin the Empire, before Black Marsh is once again reduced to a backwater Province yet again...
 
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Thanks!

As to answer your question, It was the Imperial Capital and a very important part of the Imperial Symbolism. After the End of the Empire it first became the capital of the Archduchy of East Thrace but eventually fell to the Osmanli Sultanate. It remained a part of Osmanli Sultanate since. Bulgarian Tsar had the Titles of "Emperor of the Romans and Heir to the Throne of Constantinople" until he lost a war to Osmanli and Macedonians. After that he recognised the Sultan as "the Emperor of Constantinople" and the Macedonian Emperor as "the Heir to the Empire of the Romans". At the same point in time the Sultan gave up on his claim of being the "Caesar of Rome" while the Macedonian Emperor gave up his claim of being the "Emperor of Constantinople".

While it an shame Macedonia doesn't have Constantinople, the backstory, and basically trading claims, and giving up some others seem cool.

Is the Macedonian Empire Greek (like Alexander's Macedonia) or Slavic (like the country of North Macedonia)?


Well, both


Not to mention the Albanian and Aromanian communities. Probably a decent number of Jews as well.

While Macedonia would be prominently Greek, this Macedonia would have an great deal of Slavic, Albanian, and Aromanians, and Jewish Greeks/Balkan Jews, and Muslims.

In a way, it not a bad thing given it still could claim to be a true successor to the Empire of Alexander as he too ruled over an empire of many different people and cultures, if only for a moment before his death.

Macedonia is also an counterpart to Yugoslavia when you look at it.
 
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While Macedonia would be prominently Greek, this Macedonia would have an great deal of Slavic, Albanian, and Aromanians, and Jewish Greeks/Balkan Jews, and Muslims.

In a way, it not a bad thing given it still could claim to be a true successor to the Empire of Alexander as he too ruled over an empire of many different people and cultures, if only for a moment before his death.

Macedonia is also an counterpart to Yugoslavia when you look at it.

Well not many Muslims. ITTL Ottomans never even crossed the Straits as anything more than an army there for a campaign until the end of the Empire so Muslims in Europe (other than immigrants and people from European Colonies) are limited to East Thrace, Aegean Islands, Cyprus, Crimea, Caucasia and Don-Volga/Tataristan regions. Therefore Bosnians and Albanians remain Christian.



Edit: I am thinking the Empire and Ottomans had a relationship similar to Ottoman relationship with Persia. This Ottoman Empire therefore was as focused on the East as OTL Ottoman Empire was focused on the West.
 
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Any that aren't so small? Or a version of the bottom one that's cropped to merely the map we see in the main books?
These are low res.:lol:

I bet the original mapmakers have higher res versions. These ones would be difficult at best to work with.
TBH, I don't think they do. I did a Middle Earth project earlier this year and unfortunately these were the best I could find in this style. Most Middle Earth maps tend to be a bit fancier in style, though of course much less editable for it.
 
I have long been absent from this site thanks to my thesis and other projects, but I recently had some time to dick around with pixel maps thanks to the recent outbreak. I have been playing Skyrim, and went online to see if anyone had made a map for Tamriel. I'm not sure who made the base map originally. I got it from AugustusImperator on DeviantArt. Onto the map itself, I made tweaks to the base map and then made two scenarios; one where the Stormcloaks won the Civil War in Skyrim, and one where the Imperials won.

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Game State: 4E 201
The Empire has been in constant decline since the end of the Third Era, in which the Oblivion Crisis was ended, but at the cost of the Septim Dynasty. Without a strong ruler, Cyrodiil collapsed into warlord states, while in the Summerset Isles and Black Marsh, nativist forces took power. The Aldmeri Dominion was declared by the Thalmor radicals in the Isles, and Black Marsh seceded under the leadership of the An-Xileel faction. As the Dominion sized Valenwood, a war between the Dominion and Empire became inevitable, while Morrowind was devastated by the eruption of Red Mountain in 4E 6. In the ensuing two centuries, the Empire stabilized under Titus Mede I, a warlord that had managed to take control of most of the province, though each former city-state remained highly independent. The Dominion would win the Great War against the Empire, forcing them to sign the humiliating White-Gold Concordat, which included amongst its many intolerable terms the outlawing of the worship of Talos. The signing triggered the Stormcloak Rebellion in Skyrim, and the secession of Hammerfell from the Empire, who would continue their war with the Empire for several more years. In 201, things are bleak.

Titus Mede II is a weak ruler from dynasty seen as illegitimate, and the lords of Cyrodiil do as they please. Morrowind, de facto independent under House Redoran, is locked in a tense war with Black Marsh, their armistice fragile as both claim control of Morrowind's former capital region. Reclamation efforts on Vvardenfell are effectively non-existent, and over half of Morrowind remains lawless and refuses to recognize the authority of either the Empire or House Redoran. Black Marsh prospers, the An-Xileel gaining further power even as the Accession War against Morrowind has halted, due to the fact that the war was meant to enact vengeance for ancestral wrongs, not gain territory. Valenwood and Summerset are the heart of the Dominion, though the former is still filled with rebels. Elsweyr has collapsed into two rival states; Anequina in the North and Pelletine in the South, both client states of the Dominion. Hammerfell secured a modicum of victory against the Aldmeri Dominion, but the fragile alliance between the Forebears and the Crowns, two rival factions, is tenuous, their civil war only halted when the Dominion invaded. High Rock is still loyal to the Empire, but the increasing distance and difficulty in maintaining trade and communication has seen it grow more autonomous. Orsinium, the only partially recognized province of the Orcs, was destroyed, but refounded in the High Rock-Hammerfell border, and the Breton kings of High Rock grow eager to crush it again. And finally... there is Skyrim. The province is locked in war, the nativist Stormcloaks under Jarl Ulfric Stormcloak locked in a fight against Imperial loyalists led by General Tullius and Jarl Elisif the Fair. Whiterun keep has maintained neutrality, leaving the scales balanced as the rebellion continues.

Stormcloak Victory: 4E 231
In 201, the Dragonborn joined the army of Ulfric Stormcloak. With their help, Ulfric would win his war, declaring himself High King of the newly independent Nord Kingdom of Skyrim. While the Dragonborn would also go on to vanquish Alduin, it was the liberation of Skyrim that had the biggest impact, as it occurred soon after the murder of Emperor Titus Mede II by the Dark Brotherhood. Without a strong heir, the Empire's collapsed continued, a fact that led to many considering it still to be the same tumultuous Fourth Era, despite Alduin's defeat. The murder of Emperor Titus Mede III by General Balix triggered the Year of Six Emperors, and Cyrodiil descended once again into chaos, each city's rulers doing what they felt necessary to keep themselves safe as armies fought for whichever general or noble had seen fit to call themselves master of the Imperial City. Some townships swelled, others collapsed, new lords were declared, boundaries redrawn. Eventually, some sought safety with other nations around Cyrodiil.

Cut off from Cyrodiil, High Rock had no other choice but to elect a High King. The first order of business was beginning the reclamation of the land taken by the Fourth Orsinium. Many Orcs have fled into Hammerfell, and have declared a Fifth Orsinium, occupying half of the region not yet reconquered by the Bretons and the Hammerfell lands south of it that they have settled. While Orisinium unrecognized, the new High Queen Lilija Stormcloak, daughter of Ulfric and Olfina Grey-Mane, has lent the Orcs her support, with Skyforged Steel and Nord volunteers helping them hold Orsinium against the Bretons. This has exacerbated relations between High Rock and Skyrim, the former blaming the latter for the end of the Empire. Skyrim itself is doing well, having an ally in Hammerfell, though they have made a second enemy in Morrowind by laying claim and sending troops to occupy Solstheim, whose sale to Morrowind was declared illegitimate by Ulfric Stormcloak not long before his death.

In Hammerfell, the Forebears used the collapse of Cyrodiil to highlight the righteousness of their pantheon of the Cyrodiilian dominated faith of the Crowns tribes. Many Redguards saw the Stormcloaks as a sign that nations ought return to their old ways, nativism flourishing across the land. Anvil and New Kvatch pledged loyalty as tributary states to Hammerfell.

The Aldmeir Dominion has since expanded in the thirty years since the defeat of Alduin. Pelletine officially joined the Dominion, and Bravil would agree to serve them as a client state. While they attempted to take Leyawiin, the port city would bend knee to the newly declared Empire of Argonia, taking their protection to hold back the cursed High Elves. However, relations between Argonia and the Dominion are good, as the Thalmor and An-Xileel political parties see themselves as two of a kind. Their alliance seems more likely each day, especially now that Argonia has seen Cyrodiil come to Morrowind's aid in the unending Accession War. Morrowind fights the Argonians again, the long Armistice ended after the Dunmer discovered that in the anarchic Eastern reaches of Morrowind, the Argonians were establishing colonies. The war reignited, halting the ability for House Redoran to continue subjugating the West or fund settlements in Vvardenfell.

Cyrodill itself is a mess. The Cities of Drakelowe, Cheydinhal, and Kingscrest would bend knee to Morrowind, while Cropsford and Nibenay City would stay loyal to the Imperial City. Skingrad's attempted independence would end as Gottlesfont and Roebeckstown refused to go along, all three cities becoming separated regions. Chorrol would try to leave last, the loyalist in Bruma trouncing them in war to prevent it. When this was done, the lords in the Imperial City knew their legitimacy was gone. The Confederation of Cyrodiil was declared, fully ending the Empire. The Dunmer-aligned breakaway region is called, is in limbo, officially still a Morrowind client, but with Cyrodiil and Morrowind declaring an official alliance, referred to as the Cheydinhal Pact for the city it was signed in, many expect that the region will cease to exist as a buffer state and region Cyrodiil soon.

Imperial Victory: 5E 30
In 201, the Dragonborn joined the Imperial Legion's campaign in Skyrim. With their help, General Tullius would win his war, declaring with Balgruuf the Greater declared High King at the Moot, with Tullius keeping his post as Military Governor. While the Dragonborn would also go on to vanquish Alduin, it was the stabilization of Skyrim that had the biggest impact, as it occurred soon after the murder of Emperor Titus Mede II by the Dark Brotherhood. Without a strong heir, numerous generals attempted a power play, leading to the Year of Four Emperors, which would end when the ever-popular General Tullius would ride with Nord auxiliaries to do to Cyrodiil what he had done in Skyrim. He had no intentions to become a ruler, but the Imperial Council would name him Emperor for his efforts, and the Tullius Dynasty began. Tullius ascension and the defeat of Alduin would see the year 202 retroactively marked as Year 1 of the new Fifth Era. Some called this preemptive, but many were happy to declare their time period separate from the horrid two centuries of the Fourth Era.

Rebellious city-states were conquered, and Emperor Octavan Tullius I would restructure Cyrodiil, abolishing the counties in favor of the Prefectures, many comparing them to the Jarls and Keeps of Skyrim. And Skyrim itself, despite being once in rebellion, has been granted autonomy and privileges that no other province or region has, a sign of the Emperor's respect. When High Rock's kings grew rebellious, desiring the same privileges as Skyrim. The Emperor had them put down brutally, showcasing the power of the Empire would not be defied any longer. High Rock is now a unitary state under a High King and military governor, as Skyrim was in the early years of Tullius' reign. Orsinium has also been formally recognized as a sovereign province. Meanwhile, with Imperial support, the Crowns in Hammerfell overcame the Forebears, and the Hammerfell, while refusing to lose its independence, has become a client state of the Empire, with many predicting it will become an autonomous province like Skyrim in the near future.

Imperial funding of rebels in Valenwood has seen the province explode into conflict. Meanwhile Anequina has declared itself an ally of the Empire, and Pelletine has gone to war with it, Elswyr now a region of proxy warfare between the Dominion and Empire, "volunteers" of both regions gaining experience on the front, preparing for the Second Great War.

As a sign of good faith and to cease obligatory funding and troops, Emperor Martin Tullius, the second of the Dynasty, recognized the independence of Morrowind, as the Dunmer Realm of Morrowind. Imperial support has decreased, but the presence of Imperial Legions, freshly blooded in Skyrim and High Rock, ensured that the Accession War was ended. The Argonians, while unhappy to leave, had already taken their pound of flesh. The end of the war has allowed the Grand Council of Morrowind to focus on greater resettlement in Vvardenfell and to push their frontier military states in the West further and further. With the war with Morrowind over and the Empire ascendant, many Argonians have also begun to question the An-Xileel. The party's overreaction and attempts to slaughter dissent has backfired, and now much like in Valenwood, Imperial funded rebels have begun to take control of the border regions and coastline. While they are weaker, the rebels' presence and successes have seen the An-Xileel lose popularity, and there are some who wonder if the best future for the Empire is not to rejoin the Empire, before Black Marsh is once again reduced to a backwater Province yet again...
Wow! Just wanted to say that as a big Elder Scrolls fan that I love this! I always found it fun to imagine what would happen after the end of the civil war in Skyrim. I'm glad that you did two different scenarios for both sides. Anyways, just wanted to say that I really like this :D
 
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