Wulf spent the rest of 4E 201 saving Nirn from destruction or its inhabitants from enslavement.
Only his defeat of Alduin was publicly known.
Within this section of his journals, the Divine Tasks are detailed in Wulf’s own words, and without them, much of this history would be conjecture and myth.
Wulf tried to remain as anonymous as possible and to do so took on many personas.
Wulf’s power in the Thu’um continued to grow, and some Shouts were far more deadly than Storm Call.
A core of companions journeyed with him, but sometimes Wulf was required to travel the most treacherous paths and combat the deadliest foes by himself.
Rigmor and Wulf met many times and completed some of the less dangerous Divine Tasks together. Like Wulf, Rigmor became adept at being somebody else. Most thought Wulf had several lovers. Only his closest associates in Skyrim knew it was Rigmor each time.
By the end of 4E 201, Wulf was far more potent than when Rigmor crossed into Cyrodiil.
Master Savirien-Ves, Chief Archivist, Nirn College of History.