Not to be confused with Mudan-Mul Egg Mine.
Main article: Ascadian Isles (Morrowind)

Mudan Grotto is a cave and a sunken Dwemer Ruin in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

Description[edit | edit source]

Entrance to the ruin

It is located southwest of Ebonheart, in the Ascadian Isles region of Morrowind. The entrance is underwater, next to one the southernmost little island. Inside the Nerevarine must swim to pockets of air, while diving deeper, the first area is mostly usubmerged, Slaughterfish and a dreugh are lurking in the depths. A Dwemer ruin and it's door can be found in the completely submerged last section.

Sublocations[edit | edit source]

The corpse of Peke Utchoo

Lost Dwemer Checkpoint[edit | edit source]

This area is not completely flooded, several slaughterfish can be found, and a Steam Centurion is guarding the central section. Around which several corridors lead to the two other sections.

Right Tower[edit | edit source]

An uninhabited domed room, where many kegs, a chest, the corpse of Peke Utchoo and his dying note can be found, along with various valuable loot and two empty glass bottles.

Central Vault[edit | edit source]

It is in this room that the unique Dragonbone Cuirass can be found, inside a trapped, level 100 locked, cupboard.

Quests[edit | edit source]

The MuseumTR[edit | edit source]

The Nerevarine may collect many unique ancient artifacts for the Museum of Artifacts in Mournhold. One of these artifacts, the Dragonbone Cuirass, is found here.

Creatures[edit | edit source]

Notable items[edit | edit source]

The following is found as loot from Peke Utchoo, around him, in the chest and the kegs inside the Right tower:

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Peke Utchoo, a corpse in the grotto, is a reference to Pikachu from the Pokémon franchise.
  • The Mudan Grotto is mentioned in Naryu's Journal, in the "Vvardenfell, Before" section as the Mudan Ruins, and is where the cinematic trailer takes place. The book was released alongside The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind collector's edition.[UL 1]

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