This underground site is part of Nilata, one of the most extensive Ayleid ruin complexes in Hammerfell. It was occupied by the Wild Elves for at least a thousand years, and its welkynd stones will probably continue to glow for at least another thousand..
Rubble Butte delve is located in central Bangkorai. Nearest wayshrine is Nilata Ruins which is a short distance to the east. It is one of the larger delves and consists of two “loops”. Overall, a poor place to find crafting materials.
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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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After High Rock joined the First Empire in 1E 1029, the King of Evermore had a vast cemetery built outside the city to house himself and his desendants, naming it after Saint Pelin of Bangkorai Pass. Some of the empty mausoleums ended up put to other uses than burial.
Crypt of the Exiles is located in central Bangkorai north of Bangkorai Pass Wayshrine.
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This compendium provides the rumoured locations of the infamous bandits and pirates of Tamriel.
The following maps were created using locations provided by Lost Treasure 4.17.
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