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.
A foreboding Dunmeri manor turned Daedric cult residency, this chateau is open to all potential visitors ((IC and OOC)), so long as they do not wish harm to those within the walls. The chateau houses the Conscripts of the Daedra, a unique multi-cultural cult (guild) that aims to see the will of the Daedric Princes on Nirn.
Hotel Agea Mora is a cozy little estate on the northeastern banks of the Odai River in Balmora. Despite it being more of a hostel than a hotel, Agea Mora is currently open to guests from Morrowind and from lands beyond our ashen borders. Really anyone who wishes to relax by the pool, have a drink in the tavern, or maybe even have find some peace within the library is welcome to Hotel Agea Mora. Requests for reservations can also be made for the various offerings and rooms within the estate.
A temple dedicated to the Tribunal. It’s the guild hall for the Three Hearts Sanctuary guild, and is open to public worship and events.
The small estate of up-and-coming Councilor Lolthlia Nerethi and her sister Noresa Nerethi. Featuring an inhome office and library for the young councilor to do her work, a lush private garden, a fully stocked kitchen and lavish bath room.
“The manor is an example of mainland architecture looking odd and unexpected in Vvardenfell landscape. Long abandoned by its original Dreloth owners, it’d been serving as a warehouse untill minor noble from mainland, Dres Areev, bought it cheaply. Now, in the renovated estate, a new slave-trading ring is distributing and selling living cargo. Not only generic servants or farmhands, but also rare subjects for Telvanni sceintific experiments.”