Luvahr Thil

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!

Rawl’wano Temple

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.

Flowery Branch Resort

Nestled at the base of the Druadach Mountains, this former adventurer’s home has been converted into an all-inclusive getaway for anyone looking to leave their dreary lives. With space for up to 12 guests, this resort has space and experiences for everyone. Guests will love the eponymous Flowery Branch, and ever-flowering tree said to have been blessed by Dibella, delight in our extensive collection and library, and marvel at our game room stocked with every game known to mer and man.

Mountain Archives

Nestled in a mountain, the Temple Mount has been recovered and refurbished from its ruined status and turned into a lovely retreat and event space by a retired adventurer. In the heart of the mountain is a library and archive space complete with garden and trophies from world history. The branching paths lead to a ceremony space, the Dragon Ballroom, and the Archivist’s Residence.

Renoae’s Archive

A middle-aged Skaal woman runs this obscure and quiet archive. With collections from the Conclave of Aetherius and other assorted adventures, it is a modest but impressive collection. It is open to any looking for knowledge or a place to conduct their research.
Crafting stations and banker available on site.

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