Locations[edit | edit source]
Morrowind[edit | edit source]
- Ald'ruhn, Aryni Orethi's House
- Ald'ruhn, Codus Callonus: Bookseller (x2)
- Balmora, Dorisa Darvel: Bookseller (x2)
- Ebonheart, Imperial Commission (x2)
- Ghostgate, Tower of Dusk Lower Level
- Holamayan Monastery
- Molag Mar, Redoran Stronghold
- Sadrith Mora, Tel Naga General Quarters
- Suran, Goldyn Belaram: Pawnbroker
- Suran, Ranosa Gilvayn: Outfitter
- Tower of Tel Fyr, Hall of Fyr
- Tureynulal, Kagrenac's Library
- Vas (Tower)
- Vivec City, Hall of Justice Secret Library (x4)
- Vivec City, High Fane (x2)
- Vivec City, Jobasha's Rare Books (x4)
- Vivec City, Justice Offices (x3)
- Vivec City, Library of Vivec (x4)
- Vivec City, Office of the Watch (x2)
- Vivec City, Telvanni Tower (x4)
Tribunal[edit | edit source]
Oblivion[edit | edit source]
- The Imperial City's Arcane University in the Lustratorium
- Anvil Mages Guild
- Cheydinhal in Mach-Na's Books
- Leyawiin in Southern Books
- Howling Cave
Skyrim[edit | edit source]
- Can be bought from Urag gro-Shub in The Arcanaeum
- Bards College, Solitude, on a bookshelf in the library
- Broken Oar Grotto, in Captain Hargar's quarters
- Chillfurrow Farm, inside
- Dragonsreach, Whiterun, on a bookshelf in Farengar Secret-Fire's library
- Drelas' Cottage
- The Frozen Hearth in Winterhold
- House Gray-Mane, Whiterun, upstairs
- Jorrvaskr, Whiterun, in a bedroom adjacent to the main hall.
- Aboard The Katariah during or after the quest "Hail Sithis!," on a table
- Lod's House, Falkreath, on a shelf
- Lund's Hut, on a bookshelf
- Niranye's House, Windhelm, on a shelf
- Pelagia Farm, on a bookshelf near the entrance to the house
- Severio Pelagia's House, Whiterun, on a bookshelf in the side room
- Ustengrav, in the first chamber, on the table
- Uthgerd's House, Whiterun, on a bookshelf near the fireplace
- Valtheim Towers, in the northern tower
Contents[edit | edit source]
Akavir is the kingdom of the beasts. No Men or Mer live in Akavir, though Men once did. These Men, however, were eaten long ago by the vampiric Serpent Folk of Tsaesci. Had they not been eaten, these Men would have eventually migrated to Tamriel. The Nords left Atmora for Tamriel. Before them, the Elves had abandoned Aldmeris for Tamriel. The Redguards destroyed Yokuda so they could make their journey. All Men and Mer know Tamriel is the nexus of creation, where the Last War will happen, where the Gods unmade Lorkhan and left their Adamantine Tower of secrets. Who knows what the Akaviri think of Tamriel, but ask yourself: why have they tried to invade it three times or more?
Kamal is "Snow Hell." Demons live there, armies of them. Every summer they thaw out and invade Tang Mo, but the brave monkey-folk always drive them away. Once Ada'Soom Dir-Kamal, a king among demons, attempted to conquer Morrowind, but Almalexia and the Underking destroyed him at Red Mountain.
Tsaesci is "Snake Palace," once the strongest power in Akavir (before the Tiger-Dragon came). The serpent-folk ate all the Men of Akavir a long time ago, but still kind of look like them. They are tall, beautiful (if frightening), covered in golden scales, and immortal. They enslave the goblins of the surrounding isles, who provide labor and fresh blood. The holdings of Tsaesci are widespread. When natives of Tamriel think of the Akaviri they think of the Serpent-Folk, because one ruled the Cyrodilic Empire for four hundred years in the previous era. He was Potentate Versidue-Shaie, assassinated by the Morag Tong.[notes 1]
Tang Mo is the "Thousand Monkey Isles." There are many breeds of monkey-folk, and they are all kind, brave, and simple (and many are also very crazy). They can raise armies when they must, for all of the other Akaviri nations have, at one time or another, tried to enslave them. They cannot decide who they hate more, the Snakes or the Demons, but ask one, and he will probably say, "Snakes." Though once bitter enemies, the monkey-folk are now allies with the tiger-folk of Ka Po' Tun.
Ka Po' Tun is the "Tiger-Dragon's Empire." The cat-folk here are ruled by the divine Tosh Raka, the Tiger-Dragon. They are now a very great empire, stronger than Tsaesci (though not at sea). After the Serpent-Folk ate all the Men, they tried to eat all the Dragons. They managed to enslave the Red Dragons, but the black ones had fled to (then) Po Tun. A great war was raged, which left both the cats and the snakes weak, and the Dragons all dead. Since that time the cat-folk have tried to become the Dragons. Tosh Raka is the first to succeed. He is the largest Dragon in the world, orange and black, and he has very many new ideas.
"First," Tosh Raka says, "is that we kill all the vampire snakes." Then the Tiger-Dragon Emperor wants to invade Tamriel.
Footnotes[edit | edit source]
- Versidue's reign only lasted 324 years, so it is possible this also includes Versidue's son, Chorak, who was also assassinated by the Morag Tong.