@cooljammy18: he was just plain ridiculous. Lore-breaking power. He did things no mortal should be able to. I'm not sure if he was just that tough or if Oblivion was just that lazy. As far as lore goes, I've always considered Oblivion to be one of the weakest games
@princearagorn1: Um, all 3 aspects of Talos have mantled Lorkhan, who was mostly responsible for the Creation of Nirn, if I'm not mistaken. I'd say creating a world is doing something significant to it. Creation is alot harder than destruction, anyway. Alduin devours universes. Thor would be in trouble. Alduin is basically Galactus, if galactus could only be hurt by one dude, and was also a dragon. So I think adding Alduin would change it. Dagon is the prince of destruction, and doesn't murder everything on a dailey basis because he's stuck in oblvion due to ancient contracts which he loves to break. Also banishment by the Hero of Kvatch, but that dude was a beast. Dagon's forces did get beaten back into oblivion by the Argonians, but lore-wise, Dagon should be obliterating cities with the snap of his fingers.
@colliderz: It's called CHIM, and it is ineffective outside of the ES universe. It basically takes you back tot he time before the universe to alter it in any way. As you might have noticed, the battle isn't in "the" universe CHIM effects