The fourth game in the Elder Scrolls series, and arguably the best game in the history of mankind. By purchasing this game, you have sold your soul to Bethesda Softworks--which is a pretty even trade-off, actually. Once you start this game--assuming your computer/Xbox 360 doesn't burst into flames of righteous fury due to it's lack of uberness-- you will not be seeing the sun for a while.

Side effects include: Weight loss, paleness of skin, weight gain, reluctance to leave your chair, death, peeing in a bottle, ordering pizza every night because you can't stop playing long enough to make some food, loss of the ability to distinguish between fantasy and reality
Because of Oblivion, I no longer have a soul!

God bless BethSoft for this gift to man.
by Morrauk April 01, 2006
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Something inevitable. We will all die one day and there will be no one to remember us. In a book, a man was afraid of oblivion, that no one would remember him when he dies. It is the state of being forgotten.
by Tfios fanatic June 15, 2014
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"There will come a time when all of us are dead. All of us. There will come a time when there are no human beings remaining to remember that anyone ever existed or that our species ever did anything. There will be no one left to remember Aristotle or Cleopatra, let alone you. Everything that we did and built and wrote and thought and discovered will be forgotten and all of this will have been for naught. Maybe that time is coming soon a nd maybe it is millions of years away, but even if we survive the collapse of our sun, we will not survive forever. There was time before organisms experienced consciousness, and there will be time after. And if the inevitability of human oblivion worries you, I encourage you to ignore it. God knows that's what everyone else does."
"I fear oblivion. I fear it like the proverbial blind man whos afraid of the dark." -Augustus Waters
by TypicalWhiteFangirl July 03, 2014
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The end of fear, as told said by The Scarecrow (Jonathan Crane) in Batman: Arkham Asylum after Batman is defeated by him.
"And at the end of fear...oblivion." - Scarecrow
by Neiyou Spyder May 09, 2011
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-The fourth installation of the Elder Scroll's series, possibly one of the most addicting games ever known to man besides masturbating. Side effects cause loss of friends (real ones not virtual), whitening of the skin until the point of translucency, being disowned by your parents, losing your job, and in all cases, inevitable death.
I picked up a copy of oblivion today, I also made my will, published my obituary, made last calls to my friends and family, pre-ordered 1500 boxes of hot-pockets and NOS, installed the game on my computer and lived in a constant state of braingasm until my death in the plains of Bruma three thousand years in the past.
by Grizzled80 August 19, 2009
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A fuckin kick-ass game. Assuming your computer/Xbox doesn't explode when you start it due to lack of awesomeness, it's the best game in the history of gaming. Amazing graphics and endless gameplay and over 100 quests scattered all over Cyrodiil. Side effects include weight loss/weight gain, dull hair, putrid scent, pale skin, weakness to sunlight, loss of house, loss of boyfriend/girlfriend, drastic change in schedule, and loss of job.
Me: Wanna come over to my place an play some oblivion? Just don't expect to see the sun for awhile.

Nick: Nah, I'm a moronic assbrain who only plays Halo. I can't play oblivion due to lack of sweetness.
by Invisible_Bunny December 07, 2008
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