The Elder Scrolls VI? Morrowind could contain clues to its history

Mention is made of the invasion of the Akaviri after "the collapse of the Empire in a civil war."

Bethesda He insists that The Elder Scrolls VI is not his priority development, but that does not stop fans of this veteran role-playing adventure series from speculating about this long-awaited new episode. And one of the latest theories indicates that the legendary The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind could have advanced part of the plot of this long-awaited video game.


Some fans have rescued a conversation with Crying Sarano in Ald’ruhn in which this character speaks of a more than probable invasion of the Akaviri, a mysterious race that is believed extinct or that was eaten by the Tsaesci (a race of vampiric serpents), who would be planning to take over the Empire. The most interesting part of the talk has to do with the premonition he throws.


The Akaviri would be planning to invade the Empire, according to Lloros SaranoSarano fears that the invasion will occur after "the collapse of the Empire in a civil war", which is precisely what happens in the story of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, in which the The Empire faces rebellion in the North for control of Tamriel, while the Emperor himself is killed by the player himself as part of a series of Dark Brotherhood missions. A real crisis situation that would coincide with the fears of the aforementioned Morrowind character.


Considering that Skyrim develops its action 200 years after Morrowind, the Akaviri would be taking their conquest plans very calmly, but it is important to note that in the third episode of The Elder Scrolls saga, there are also references to Oblivion that ended being a true reflection of that role-playing adventure. Specifically, one of the characters in the Tribunal expansion talks about the possibility that the doors of Oblivion will open and the Daedra can roam around Talos, which is precisely what happens in that video game.


Obviously the story of the Akaviri could be one of many that you find in this reputed series from Bethesda Softworks, so there is nothing left but to wait and continue theorizing until the authors of the latest games in the Fallout series officially announce the development of The Elder Scrolls 6.