Is there a unit in the game that measures years

fearsome_warrior

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Hey I was just wondering if there is a way that time is recorded in the EK universe. Does it use our AD BC system or does it have its own system such as skyrims eras.
As well as this I am curious of the date of EK in this time system and the difference between it and David’s new game: ‘Archaeland’. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
 

DavidBVal

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The dates in EK are provided following the AE Calendar, i.e., "After the Exile". EK begins at year 102AE. Archaelund will also follow this same calendar, and will begin in year 219AE (as everything about Archaelund, it is subject to change)

Of course the Empire used a different calendar. The Exile happened on year 4214 IC (Imperial Calendar)
 

Dark Mage Ascended

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Damn. A continent wide Empire lasting over 4 thousand years?
Impressive.
Out of curiosity, is this why the first 11 emperors are considered Gods? Because it was them that laid the foundations for such a powerful civilization?
 

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Not quite. Can't say much more, but Archaelund will answer all those questions.
 

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