The Argonians didn't wait for the empire to save their hides, no. the Hist trees told the Argonians to charge into the gates at such a rate that the lieutenants of mehruns Dagon had to close the bloody gates!
Between Oblivion and Skyrim, the Argonians collectively took many levels in badarse. Counter invading HELL does make conquering what was left of Morrowind look a little weak, but it's still a gold star on their ledger Actually, the Argonians conquered more than the Thalmor on reflection.
Yup! The Argonians are fierce fighters, Tiber Septim needed a Giant golem based off of dwemer design to take down the Aldmari dominion (the Second?) while the argonians kept the Dominion at bay for years, striking in Elsweyr and even in the Valenwood. during their reign. I think they succeeded from the empire in the second Era. either way Argonians are tough as nails. but their problem was they don't have ambition the lands they took they didn't keep. sadly, but defeating the invasion of Tamriel by Dagon while everyone is Cyrodill shit themselves silly. thats a milestone.
I was wondering if I could have permission to use this picture in a video I'm making; a Poll on the most favored province for "The Elder Scrolls: VI", which I am briefly describing each province choice to make it fair. One fact mentioned for Black Marsh is this very incident of Argonians driving back Mehrunz dagons forces
Сјајно, одлично! This is why i want Blackmarsh to be covered in TES - the later, the better. At a time when graphic details are glorious and our PC configurations suitably godlike. I want that game to be feral, merciless, brutal towards the player, with nasty critters lurking from shadow, trees, sky and swamps, and with poisonous plants all over the place. To show how inhospitable that land really is, according to lore.
This little corner of the Oblivion Crisis is probably my favourite, the rise and victory of the saxhleel. Just that you decided to depict this event is enough to make me giddy, but I must say I think you did it really well. Great work!