• Not familiar with the island home of the Dark Elves? Get the inside scoop on Vvardenfell and what you will experience there with this in-depth article on The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind's setting.
    Morrowind, the land of the Darkish Elves, occupies the actual northeast corner of Tamriel. The centerpiece of the province, the large island of Vvardenfell, fills the Inner Sea. The volcanic Red Mountain rises from the island and dominates the skyline. It is said that on a clear day, the mountain can be seen from every corner of Morrowind. Recently opened to aggressive settlement by the Great Houses of the Dark Elves, Vvardenfell is the new frontier of Morrowind, full of enough promise, untapped riches, and enduring mysteries to attract the particular most-seasoned adventurers, fortune hunters, and settlers alike. As the Darker Elves of House Redoran, Hlaalu, and Telvanni compete in order to carve up the island for themselves, the nomadic Ashlanders struggle to maintain a hold on their traditional hunting grounds and sacred sites throughout the Ashlands.
    From the port city of Seyda Neen on the southwest corner of the tropical isle, House Hlaalu welcomes visitors to Vvardenfell and provides access to the rest of the large island. In nearby Vivec City, typically the Living God Vivec of the Tribunal oversees his vast domain from his palace ziggurat, which stands in resolute splendor beneath the hovering moonlet, Baar Dau. A robust priesthood, under the supervision of the Archcanon Tarvus, administers to the city and sees to the spiritual needs from Buy ESO Gold the Living God and his faithful followers.