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replacing UoL reference with a reference that says the same thing, but in universe
As Mundus began to form, it became evident that many of the et'Ada would be required to sacrifice much of their power in order to form the mortal plane.{{Ref|name=BtAoM}} As their aspects began to die off, many of the et'Ada vanished completely.{{ref|name=TM}} Magnus decided to terminate the project.{{Ref|name=BtAoM}} He fled to {{Lore Link|Aetherius}} in the last of Mundus' birth-pains, and his departure tore a hole which became {{Lore Link|Nirn}}'s sun, itself known as Magnus.{{Ref|name=TM}}{{Ref|name=VoFitE}}{{Ref|name=BtAoM}}{{Ref|name=36LoV33|{{Cite Book|36 Lessons of Vivec, Sermon 33}}}}<noinclude>
The et'Ada who chose to stay became the {{Lore Link|Ehlnofey}}.{{Ref|name=TM}} Many other et'Ada, who became known as the {{Lore Link|Magna Ge}}, followed Magnus, tearing smaller holes in the sky, which became the stars.{{Ref|name=C|group=UOL|{{TIL|Cosmology|cosmology}}, The Imperial Library}}{{Refref|groupname=UOLEoMN|[ Vehk's{{Cite Book|Exegesis of Hours, concerning the Dragon Break].Merid-Nunda}}}} Though it is sometimes believed that the stars are actually fragments of Magnus himself.{{ref|name=TIC|{{Cite Book|The Infernal City}}}} After Magnus' departure, the et'Ada convened at the {{Lore Link|Adamantine Tower}} at an event known as Convention and decided to punish Lorkhan for his trickery.{{Ref|name=PGE3A|{{Cite Book|Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition/All the Eras of Man}}}}{{Ref|name=BtAoM}}{{Ref|name=NMI4|group=UOL|{{TIL|Nu-Mantia Intercept, Letter #4|numantia}}, The Imperial Library}}