"Malabal Tor is the northwest region of Valenwood, on the coast of the Abecean Sea and the Strid River estuary. Its capital is Silvenar, the spiritual home of all Wood Elves."
―Malabal Tor Loading Screen[src]

Malabal Tor is the northwestern zone of Valenwood. It is the deepest heart of the province, where little light reaches the forest floor. The region is dotted by many ancient ruins and Wood Orc settlements.

Three major cities are located in this region: the legendary city of Silvenar, the Baandari Trading Post, and Velyn Harbor. The Xylo River runs through this region.

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Ayleid Ruins[edit | edit source]

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Ruins[edit | edit source]

Wayshrines[edit | edit source]

Quests[edit | edit source]

Main article: Malabal Tor Quests

Skyshards[edit | edit source]

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Gallery[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Prayer To Y'ffre can be found in this region in Tamriel's Interactive Map.
  • Malabal Tor's name roughly translates to Highstone Hill. "Mala"=High,[1] "Bal"=Stone,[UL 1] and "Tor"=Hill.[2]

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