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Members of the Tribunal Temple claim that Morrowind was protected from the effects of the break by the Daedra and Tribunal, believing the eight stars represented each iniquity Lorkhan made clear to the world.Mnemoli was said to have burned so bright during the Middle Dawn, that she could be seen even in the daylight sky; this could possibly mean that Mnemoli was the reason for the reported changes in the sun's color.The Khajiit claim the same duration as recorded from the moons, but also seem to believe the Elder Council stole the "1008 years" from them to begin with.While it is normally accepted that the reason the Selectives created the break was to remove the aspects of Akatosh they viewed to not complement the newly founded Cyrodiilic Pantheon, some people, most notably the King of Worms, believe that the Selectives may have had greater ulterior motives in creating the break.Every account from across Tamriel coincides on the fall of eight stars, and this constant was used to keep track of time.However, some Khajiit claim that they kept track of their days by looking upon the constant moons, which the other races did not have the 'sugar' to see.Even the 'one thousand and eight years,' a number (some say arbitrarily) chosen by the Elder Council, is an unreliable measure." is a temporal phenomenon that involves a splitting of the natural timeline which results in branching parallel realities where the same events occur differently, or not at all.This results in a return to the non-linear timeline of the Dawn Era.
Several texts survive this timeless period, all (unsurprisingly) conflicting with each other regarding events, people, and regions: wars are mentioned in some that never happen in another, the sun changes color depending on the witness, and the gods either walk among the mortals or they don't.
The eldest of the three, Felldir the Old, had brought an Elder Scroll with him, and he utilized its mysterious powers alongside the Thu'um to banish Alduin.