The Armun Ashlands of the Morrowind mainland is a desolate wasteland, devoid of almost all life, and stretching from the Roth Roryn region deep down into south central Morrowind. Some say the ashlands are growing, encroaching upon the fertile territory of the Thirr River Valley, a wave of ash just waiting to spill over into the deep currents of the Thirr river. The Armun Ashlands is a dangerous land to travel, many a weary traveler has met their end trying to span this vast and unforgiving realm. Ancient ruins can also be found, half-buried in the ash, remnants of past civilizations that have fallen to the Armun’s persistent encroachment. This territory is home to only one settlement of any notable size, the small Hlaalu town of Ald Erfoud, an oasis for tired travelers trying to get to the city of Kragenmar in the Othreleth Valley of southern Morrowind. Though hardly the only population in the midst of these wastes, the Armun Ashlanders can also be found camping along this harsh landscape, making by as they have for generations.
Tamriel Rebuilt released the Armun Ashlands region as part of the Tamriel Rebuilt Alpha back in August of 2014. If you want to help out with this massive project and contribute to one of the oldest continuously worked on mod projects in Morrowind’s history, why not head over to their website and join the team today?
The Roth Roryn region covers a massive stretch of mainland Morrowind’s western territory, composing a large chunk of the area in-between the borders of Cyrodiil and the Thirr River Valley. Known for its massive canyons and towering rock-faces, Roth Roryn is a rugged region filled with untamed wilds and natural beauty. Sparely populated due to the rough nature of the terrain, a number of Hlaalu and Redoran settlements can still be found here, with Hlaalu plantations hugging the outskirts of eastern Roth Roryn, and various Redoran farms and towns populating the interior.
The region is dominated by the massive Redoran city of Kartur, located in the northeastern reaches of the Roth Roryn territory in one of the many defensible valleys that populate the area, with tall enclosing cliffs to protect the city from invasion. Aside from the bustling valley streets of Kartur, the region is also home to the ancient Redoran settlement of Bodrum, made famous for a battle between the Empire and Resdayn during the First Era.
Tamriel Rebuilt released the Roth Roryn region as part of the Tamriel Rebuilt Alpha back in August of 2014. This region is partially complete already, with some interiors in place and the typical assortment of NPCs populating certain areas of the territory. If you want to help out with this massive project and contribute to one of the oldest continuously worked on mod projects in Morrowind’s history, why not head over to their website and join the team today?
Tamriel Rebuilt’s Askkaedh Coast region is a long and narrow band of coastline hugging the Inner Sea and bordering the Thirr River Valley in the south, and the canyons of the Roth Roryn region and early foothills of the Velothi Mountains in the north.
Overall rather sparsely populated, the region is home to a few towns and cities, such as the shack village of Gol Mok that sits at the mouth of the Thirr River and the small Imperial settlement of Teyn, one of the many bases of the Imperial Coast Guard and home to an Imperial Legion fort overlooking the Inner Sea. There’s also the massive Hlaalu city of Andothren that acts as a regional capital along the Roth Roryn border.
Tamriel Rebuilt released the Askkaedh Coast region as a part of their mainland alpha release in August of 2014, and the region is mostly complete, with some interiors already in place and a handfull of NPCs. If you want to help out with this massive project and contribute to one of the oldest continuously worked on mod projects in Morrowind’s history, why not head over to their website and join the team today?