The Sanctuary of the Saints is a place to pay homage to the Tribunal Saints and to worship in the peace and security of one of the monasteries in Morrowind. Amenities include a lighthouse, library, workshop, shrines to every saint, a chapel, and lodgings with a kitchen. Come and bask in the light of ALMSIVI through the Saints. The Sanctuary is open to all just don’t go down the alley.
Located near Solitude’s market square, the owners Chrisgar Alinsson and Sarthis Silryn are happy to announce that The Drunken Boar’s main floor and basement are open to the public (ALWAYS IC) for the travelers and adventurers who seek to wind down, eat a good meal and drink or seek a bed for the night.
1st floor and basement – OPEN
2nd floor – CLOSED TO PUBLIC (Private quarters and office of the owner)
Patio – CLOSED TO PUBLIC
Feeling brave? Why not see if you can find your way through this spooky haunted hedge maze? Creepy surprises lurk around every corner, determined to keep you from claiming the rumored prize at the end of the maze…
A remote Northern Elsweyr Outlaw’s Refuge hidden among the many slot canyons of Anequina’s Prowl greenlands, the spot has been a favorite by small groups of hunters and smugglers over the years of the Euraxian rebellion and still proves its worth. Hidden away in a repurposed set of ancient Elsweyrian ruins, it houses a tavern, a fence-shoppe, a surgeon, and a crafter’s workshop.
With Mor’Grumaar Stronghold no longer a place with proper living conditions, the Orcs of Clan Grumaar made a deal with a neighboring clan and came out of it with a new piece of land that the chieftain has since named Gunthakbur after his father. The heart of the clan, Gunthakbur is where the chieftain, his family, and the proven of the clan’s ranks dwell and live their lives day to day.
Mor’Grumaar Stronghold used to be the home of Clan Grumaar, a fortified and secluded fortress in the Wrothgar region. After being besieged, the stronghold has been permanently damaged, and from the rubble, it has now become the clan’s sacred proving ground.