City Tips
A number of shabby abandoned houses mar the essential beauty of the town of Anvil.

Anvil's Chapel of Dibella, the goddess of love, grants healing, curing, and restoration of damaged attributes for those good pilgrims who pray at the Altar of the Nine.

Chapel priests and healers sell spells from the College of Restoration. From other colleges, they also offer a few select spells that benefit mankind.

Countess Millona Umbranox of Anvil is well-loved by her people. She lost her husband many years ago.

The reputable head of the Anvil Mages Guild, Carahil, is an outspoken enemy of necromancy, summoning, and the dark arts.

Bravil's night air is damp and noisome because of the river channels that serve as Bravil's sewers, and because of the nearby swamps where insects and diseases breed in abundance.

Count Regulus Terentius, once a noted tournament champion, is widely recognized by his people as a drunken wastrel and ne'er-do-well.

For as long as people have lived in Bravil, the statue of the Lucky Old Lady has been considered a symbol of good fortune. Stop by, and the Lady may grant her blessing....

Those with damaged Strength, Agility, Personality, or other attributes pray at the Altar of the Nine at Bravil's Chapel of Mara for restoration.

Bruma builds in wood harvested from the native forests of the High Jeralls, and her houses and halls often bear decorative carved timbers in the Nordic style.

Bruma's chilly winds and alpine climate favors dwellings built partly below ground level to conserve heat.

Countess Narina Carvain is a dutiful chapelgoer, and a respected ruler, though she is a cunning and ruthless negotiator.

Noble heroes! Have your attributes been cursed by the Dark Arts? Seek comfort at the Altar of the Nine at the Bruma Chapel of Talos! Pray, and you shall be restored!

Pilgrims and travelers pray at the Altar of the Nine in Cheydinhal's Chapel of Arkay. Their wounds are healed, their diseases cured, and curses upon their bodies are banished.

The Abandoned House on the eastern edge of Cheydinhal is never spoken of publicly, and the Count refuses to even acknowledge its existence.

You'll find the best quality horses at the Black Waterside Stables in Cheydinhal.

At the Altar of the Nine in Chorrol's Chapel of Stendarr, pray and be healed, cured, and restored in all your attributes.

Countess Arriana Valga is the Lady of Chorrol. However, her deceased husband, Count Charus Valga, was the hereditary Count of Chorrol.

For his heroism at Pale Pass, Kantus Jeril was appointed the first Count of Chorrol.

The symbol of Chorrol is the Great Oak, an ancient tree where the townsfolk gather to share news of the day.

...But should the Dragonfires fail, and should no heir of our joined blood wear the Amulet of Kings, then shall the Empire descend into darkness...

The Ayleids, or Heartland High Elves, ruled Cyrodiil in the long ages of Myth before the beginning of recorded history.

The Elder Council has a long history, stretching back to the founding of the First Empire by Alessia.

The Imperial City Arena attracts gladiators and gamblers from all over Cyrodiil. Risk your gold by betting on a match or your very life as a combatant.

White Gold Tower, built many ages ago by ancient Ayleids, can be seen from any part of the Imperial City.

Antus Pinder led a hopeless defense against a superior force. Despite a grave defeat, his statue stands in Kvatch to honor his courage and spirit.

Marius Caro is Count Leyawiin, and his recent bride, the lovely and cultivated Alessia Caro, is the daughter of the righteous and reliable Countess Arriana Valga of Chorrol.

The righteous and godly pray for healing of wounds, for curing of diseases, and for restoration of damaged attributes at the Altar of the Nine at the Leyawiin Chapel of Zenithar.

Janus Hassildor, Count Skingrad, has ruled Skingrad for many years, and is known by reputation to be a powerful wizard.

You need your wounds healed? Your diseases cured? Your attributes restored? Go to the Skingrad Chapel of Julianos and pray at the Altar of the Nine.