The true name of this place has been lost to the crawl of time, and slowly is sinking into the earth, forgotten. But it’s totally not haunted. Yup.
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.
Overkeep Lookout once stood tall; perched along the Cambray Hills of Glenumbra, and stationed by loyal soldiers of Daggerfall. After decades of encroaching marshland eroded away much of its foundation, eventually the earth gave way and swallowed the fort deep below almost without a trace, save for a lone tower peaking out from the rubble. Sensing opportunity with just touch of rebranding, the local thieves guild set up shop within its cavernous remains.
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 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.
Local legends say that during one of the many Imperial incursions into Black Marsh, a desperate Saxhleel tribe called upon their Hist tree to free their home of invaders. In its last bit of strength, the Hist burst forth its roots and entangled the surrounding barracks, pulling friend and foe alike beneath the earth. The resulting crater sat dormant for years, until a budding tribe claimed to have been called to the site by a curious new sapling rooted within the husk of its predecessor.