Elder Scrolls: Geography

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Elder Scrolls: Geography


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  • 1. 
    A lake north of Cheydinhal, it can be found right where the Nibenay Basin region meets the Jerall Mountains.  In 3E 433, the Hero of Kvatch famously infiltrated a Mythic Dawn lair near the lake and took the Mysterium Xarxes as part of the effort to end the Oblivion Crisis.
    • A. 

      Lake Canulus

    • B. 

      Lake Arrius

    • C. 

      Lake Rumare

    • D. 

      Lake Ilinalta

    • E. 

      Lake Amaya

  • 2. 
    The __ is a realm of Oblivion created and ruled over by Malacath, the Daedric Prince of Outcasts.
  • 3. 
    A celestial rock which hovered above the city of Vivec, also known as the Ministry of Truth or Lie Rock. According to legend, it was flung from the Void but was prevented from crashing into the city by the god Vivec.
    • A. 

      Dagon Fel

    • B. 

      Brellach

    • C. 

      Akos Kasaz

    • D. 

      Baar Dau

    • E. 

      Bal Foyen

  • 4. 
    __, also called FalZhardum Din, is an immense cavern located deep beneath the Pale and Winterhold in Skyrim.
  • 5. 
    A settlement located along the Yellow Road in the Nibenay Basin of Cyrodiil. In 3E 433, the land was offered cheaply by the government, and a Breton family from High Rock purchased it. Their plans to build a farm were dashed when they arrived to discover that the land was the centre of an ongoing goblin war between the Bloody Hand Tribe and the Rock Biter Tribe over a stolen totem. The Champion of Cyrodiil put an end to the war, allowing construction to begin. It was hoped that __ would one day become a thriving town.
  • 6. 
    An ancient, mystical structure located near the northern tip of Summerset Isle, northwest of Cloudrest. It was built by the early Aldmer as a monument to their ancestors, and was considered sacred to the Altmer. Before the construction of the Arcane University, __ __ was the pinnacle of magical learning in Tamriel.
  • 7. 
    __ is the strange, walking city of the Bosmer king. It can be found in one of four locations within Valenwood, depending on the season; most maps show the city at the location of its summer site.
  • 8. 
    This River starts in the Reach and runs into Haafingar, emptying into the Sea of Ghosts near Solitude. It forms a deep schism in the landscape, with high cliffs along most of its eastern side and the Druadach Mountains to the west. Like the surrounding area, it is tumultuous, with many rapids and falls. The famous Old Hroldan Inn is a stone's throw from its waters. It passes by Dragon Bridge, and underneath the famous bridge itself, before it reaches its end, where it helps form the marshes of Hjaalmarch.
    • A. 

      River Hjaal

    • B. 

      Darkwater River

    • C. 

      Karth River

    • D. 

      River Yorgrim

    • E. 

      White River

  • 9. 
    A secluded pass through the Jerall Mountains on the Cyrodiil-Skyrim border. A ruined Imperial fort can be found there, and a tribe of ogres inhabits the area. A cobbled road winds its way through the pass, and many small frozen lakes culminate in the lowest parts of the valley. The easiest way to get to and from the pass on the Cyrodiil side is to go through a natural cave system located north of Bruma. ­­__ __ emerges into Falkreath Hold on the Skyrim side, near the settlements of Helgen and Neugrad Watch. 
  • 10. 
    __ __ goes by many names: it is Sahqo-Strunmah in the Dragon Language; it is sometimes called Dagoth-Ur; its original name was Vvardenfell, which translates to 'City of the Strong Shield' in Dwemeri (the island was named Vvardenfell after it, not the other way around).