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For many centuries, the '''Mage's Guild''' was the center of professional accountability and education for magic-users throughout the [[Tamriel]]ic [[Empire]]. This organization was based in the [[Imperial City]], where it had its own quarter of the city. It also maintained a presence in major walled cities throughout the empire, such as in the province of [[Cyrodiil]]. These 'chapters' of the Guild functioned somewhat similarly to the [[Fighter's Guild]] in recruitment and practice, especially in training, although with a vastly more collegiate, metropolitan culture. They operated under the aegis of a central authority based in the [[Imperial City]], the [[Arcane University]], which was open only to the most highly accomplished members of each chapter upon recommendation of their leaders.
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For many centuries, the '''Mage's Guild''' was the center of professional accountability and education for magic-users throughout the [[Tamriel]]ic [[Empire]]. This organization was based in the [[Imperial City]], where it had its own quarter of the city. It also maintained a presence in major walled cities throughout the empire, such as in the province of [[Cyrodiil]]. These 'chapters' of the Guild functioned somewhat similarly to the Fighter's Guild in recruitment and practice, especially in training, although with a vastly more collegiate, metropolitan culture. The Guild was highly committed to archaeological research as well as literature-based arcane research, and until its dissolution at the end of the [[Third Era]], was the most accomplished investigative entity and explicator of [[Dwemer]] culture and technology.
 
The Guild was highly committed to archaeological research as well as literature-based arcane research, and until its dissolution at the end of the [[Third Era]], was the most accomplished investigative entity and explicator of [[Dwemer]] culture and technology.
 
   
 
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