The blue fluid found everywhere in Coldharbour is called Azure Plasma, and is unformed “chaotic creatia,” the stuff from which all Oblivion matter is formed. When a Daedra is “killed,” its morphotype, or vestige, gradually forms a new body by accretion of Azure Plasma.
The Village of the Lost is located on northeast region of Coldharbour. The nearest wayshrine is Everfull Flagon. A word of warning. The frequent one-way drops and one-way portals can quickly disorientate players to likely for lost in the dungeon’s title. I’ve included a map showing the portals.
Given the fast spawn rate of a public dungeon, this is an excellent place to farm alchemical oils for poisons. Since the dungeon is full of daedra, daedra hearts drop often. The village also hides 4 foul fishing holes.
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The Colovians of the Imperial West are generally known as a devout people, dedicated to the Eight Divines and the old Imperial virtues. But every generation throws up a few who turn to dark and sinister pursuits; these are known to their compatriots as the Woeful Colovians.”.
The Vile Manse is located on northwest corner of the Reaper’s March, a short distance northwest of Fort Grimwatch Wayshrine.
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According to those who study the long-lost culture of the Dwarves, “Razak” was a fairly common Dwemeri name. Scholars are divided on whether it means “precision engineer” or “tonal modulator”.
Razak’s Wheel is located on southwest corner of the Bangkorai Pass, a short distance south of Hallin’s Stand.
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The name of these Ayleid ruins implies they were abandoned because of encroaching tree roots. But the Wood Elves whisper that the sundering roots were not those of normal Grahtwood trees.
Root Sunder Ruins are located in Central Grahtwood, just southeast of Elden Root.
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The name the Ayleid Elves gave this place when they constructed its subterranean halls is long forgotten. Modern Bretons know it by the name of the Bonesnap Goblin Tribe, who have occupied the site and turned the ancient halls to their own sordid ends.
Bonesnap Ruins are located in western Stormhaven, just north of Steelheart Moorings and a stone’s throw from Bonesnap Ruins Wayshrine.
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