The harbor of Wenyayasel is a thriving port of free trade between the many nations both along the Strid River and bordering the Abecean Sea. So long as a ship is willing to pay the small docking fee they’re free to have their ship repaired here or trade in any cargo they may have.
The inner Wenayasel is carved out of the top level of the Ayleid ruins burrowed the island its on. In this section you will find the ruin’s inner chambers where part of the rock ceiling has fallen away, leaving parts of the area exposed to the sunlight outside. Here magical energy seems to course through the walls, feeding any plants found within. The inner town contains both local specialty shop and more municipal locations. It is the heart of the town where people gather for public discussion.
A stretch of forest deep within the wilds of Valenwood. Contains a forest shrine, a small Bosmer hut, a monster’s cave, and the ruins of some Ayleid structure. This house is open to everyone for roleplay and can be used for events in need of a forest setting.
A small village tucked neatly away from the outside world. Open to the public. Join this strange, yet welcoming and care-free Bosmer tribe in local food, drink or maybe something a little stronger if you dare… Find guides, do some small trading, or just relax with the locals. Atmosphere includes a tavern, communal living quarters, outdoor stage/entertainment area, pockets of ritual-esque sites, jungle overgrowth, and some slice of life décor.
Mossburrow is a traditional village of Valenwood, inhabited by the bosmer, some of the friendliest yet the most untamed people of Tamriel. Many of the locals relocated there after the destruction of Greenheart in Greenshade to start a new life. Although the elderly are suspicious of strangers, others are welcoming, cheerful folk. Their purpose is to protect Valenwood from forces that will unbalance it. Cunning and stealthy, they are driven by the love for their people and nature.
Brackenleaf Harbor House is the home of Kinare Ferndale who recently moved to the Brackenleaf Settlement to her deceased Grandparents home. After many years the mud and wood house has evolved. The home today outside has a stable and a greenhouse. The interior hosts a small library, a dining room, kitchen, sitting loft and three bedrooms with bathrooms. All wood and greenhouse plants have been sourced outside of Valenwood.