Thormar or Thormar Keep is a settlement located on the southern end of the Crescent River in the region of Reaper's March. Thormar is the ideal place of worship for the deity, Baan Dar, the God of Revelry and Festivities in both Valenwood and Elsweyr.

By gameEdit



Thormar is situated in the region of Reaper's March, the border region between Valenwood and Elsweyr. Thormar is the haven in a region of conflict, located on the southern basin of the Crescent River, Thormar is a township built upon the ruins of the Ayleid, likely of the same name. Thormar rests atop of cliffs, looking down on the lower ground. It had an overlook of Southern Reaper's March and the Grahtwood border. Thormar East and Thormar West house several campsites.


Early yearsEdit

The region of Reaper's March has housed several thousand conflicts, from as far as the Strid River to the Lower Crescent River. The Battle of Thormar had occurred on the outskirts of Thormar and had lasted for a day, in the victorious hands of the Wood Elves. The leader of the Khajiit Militia, Yenamu Frost-Fist was the last one to fall in the midst of battle but fought valiantly nonetheless. Yenamu was only killed by a stray arrow through the eye by an unknown Bosmeri Jaqspur. The Battle was officially over.[1]

Second EraEdit

Main article: Thormar (Online)

During the Interregnum in 2E 582, the Baan Dar worshippers of Thormar had celebrated the twenty-fifth annual celebration of Baan Dar, where they would attempt to earn the right to partake in the Five Finger Dance. The Pariah's Hand and the Subtle Knife had pranked each other to earn the right, but an illustrious stranger only called the Vestige was able to enter the Five Finger Dance. The Dance was where the greatest party in all of Tamriel was located. And so ended the race to enter the Five Finger Dance.[2][3][4]

Third EraEdit

Main article: Thormar Keep (Arena)

During the Imperial Simulacrum from 3E 389 to 3E 399, Emperor Uriel Septim VII was imprisoned along with Talin Warhaft in the Deadlands by Jagar Tharn. Tharn planned for months to capture the throne, and he was able to achieve so in the span of ten years. Tharn had a powerful weapon called the Staff of Chaos, and he split it into nine pieces and scattered them across Tamriel, the staff was the only thing keeping Uriel Septim and Warhaft in [[Oblivion] (Realm)|]. A warrior escaped his clutches and traveled all corners of Tamriel to retrieve the missing pieces. The hero was known as the Eternal Champion, and he assembled the staff and defeated Jagar Tharn at the Imperial Palace. The Eternal Champion had at one point visited the town of Thormar Keep in their quest to recover the pieces.[5]



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