"What I had seen that fateful day had shocked me to my core, nearly making me even more destroyed than when I was with my parents' death over 14 years ago. Now, you may be wondering what I shall do next? Well, to answer your question, I will be training with a determination I had not felt in my life and with a cold fury that no magic can extinguish. Learning magic, melee, and archery will take time, but I shall persevere for the sake of the dead for they have been silenced for all eternity."
On the topic in this forum listed here, the concept of a far more dangerous magic than void magic can be useful if you know how to work with it safely and sparsely because of the Oblivion Sickness' ability to speed up its deadly progression while the user casts even a single oblivion spell for a time.
However, I will wait on rewriting this lore submission until I get a better feel for magic on LotC and how it all works. Thank you all for the positive comments (and the negative ones too!) on the forum topic of Oblivion Magic, but for now, I will leave the topic to read for historical uses and once I feel like I've got a decent idea of how magic works here, I'll probably revisit the subject of the (slightly) unbalanced school of Oblivion Magic.