Situated in the mountainous southwest of the Amaya Basin is a maar that straddles the border between that great haunted vale of the Mabrigash and the sunny, humid ranges of Arnesia. A military outpost and a dock were built on the sandy banks of the river within the confines of Lan Urul to provide restock and supply services to tradesmen moving between the central plains and southern marshes. Rathryn Outpost now serves as a waystation, as well as Vivayth Rathryn’s private residence.
A very basic looking Imperial street and tavern with some fun alleyways.
A quiet chapel or shrine to a nondescript deity, this location can be used for silent reflection, prayer, or sanctuary. Any and all are welcome, but we ask that you keep your voices down and your demeanor respectful.
OOC: Feel free to use this small chapel shrine at any time you wish. The decorations are kept mostly neutral so that it can stay immersive to various deities of choice, or none at all. It only holds 2 guests at a time, so please be respectful if someone else is already there RPing.
[Caution: Contains themes of cannibalism, ritual murder and unsanitary living conditions.] A sunken Redguard outpost in the Dragontail Mountains that has changed hands several times before finally falling into the lap of a Namira worshiping mage who turned the subterranean hideaway into a hub for those faithful to his prince.
With a secret portal network linking to this secluded dungeon and traps to snare invaders. This network of caves is the perfect cannibal hideaway.
The cavernous lair of an eccentric Telvanni Spellwright, located in a transitional region between Indoril and Telvanni Districts. Luvahr Thil serves as an inn with a host of features, including but not limited to a tavern, garden, library and dueling arena – anything a visiting Telvanni, Indoril, pilgrim or outlander may need. Outfitted with various magickal and kinetic security measures, no crime goes unseen. So you’re as safe as can be!
Located within the rear courtyard of Rawl’wano lies a Temple of Khenarthi with a storied and tragic history. Although most temples to the Goddess of the Winds are built outdoors so that worshipers can feel her breath, the Rawl’wano Temple seems to be an exception to this rule. Wind catchers on the temple’s roof channel Khenarthi’s Breath via elaborate channels down into the main chamber, filling the vestibule with the sounds of ringing chimes. Here Khajiit come to honor the Fado of the Winds.