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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''', or High elves, are one of the three races representing the [[Aldmeri Dominion]]. Their homeland is the [[Summerset Isles]].
 
The '''{{PAGENAME}}''', or High elves, are one of the three races representing the [[Aldmeri Dominion]]. Their homeland is the [[Summerset Isles]].
   
Altmer are probably the tallest among other races. They have prominently pointed ears like other elves and almond-shaped eyes. They are smaller built than humans and do not have a very strong body. So melee combat is not for them. Their physical disadvantages are compensated by intelligent and magical abilities. Altmer are known for their outstanding magical skills. They are probably the best mages of Tamriel.
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Altmer are probably the tallest among other races. They have prominently pointed ears like other elves and almond-shaped eyes. They are smaller built than humans and do not have a very strong body. So melee combat is not for them. Their physical disadvantages are compensated by intelligence and magical abilities. Altmer are known for their outstanding magical skills. They are probably the best mages in Tamriel.
   
 
== Racial bonuses and penalties ==
 
== Racial bonuses and penalties ==

Revision as of 03:51, 10 February 2013

Altmer

The Altmer, or High elves, are one of the three races representing the Aldmeri Dominion. Their homeland is the Summerset Isles.

Altmer are probably the tallest among other races. They have prominently pointed ears like other elves and almond-shaped eyes. They are smaller built than humans and do not have a very strong body. So melee combat is not for them. Their physical disadvantages are compensated by intelligence and magical abilities. Altmer are known for their outstanding magical skills. They are probably the best mages in Tamriel.

Racial bonuses and penalties

Their magical skill also makes them susceptible to magical attacks; however, they have strong resistance to disease.

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