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{{Quote|Yath: jagged, arid, rugged, magnificent, with clear views from a spine like steel. Soufoudin was much like his island. He pulled me up on a charger to ride by his side, and together we explored every terrain. One day he rode off over a ridge and was gone, and once again I returned to the sea.|[[Hazadiyya Sea-Queen]]|The Lost Islands of Old Yokuda}}
 
{{Quote|Yath: jagged, arid, rugged, magnificent, with clear views from a spine like steel. Soufoudin was much like his island. He pulled me up on a charger to ride by his side, and together we explored every terrain. One day he rode off over a ridge and was gone, and once again I returned to the sea.|[[Hazadiyya Sea-Queen]]|The Lost Islands of Old Yokuda}}
 
'''Yath''' or '''Vathi'''<ref group="OOG">[https://en.uesp.net/wiki/File:RG-load-Brennan.jpg ''The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard – Brennan & Vander Loading Screen'']</ref> is one of the four major islands in the continent of [[Yokuda]], situated south of the main island of [[Akos Kasaz]]. Yath is a jagged and arid region, with open and clear view that goes for miles. The [[Ra Gada]] of Yath, led by [[King Xakhwan]], would go on to rule the conquered city of [[Salas En]], which was originally occupied by the [[Corelanya Clan]] of [[High Elves]]. Some of those Ra Gada would go on to become the modern-day [[Ash'abah]]. Yath was destroyed, along with the rest of Yokuda. The only known settlement on Yath was called [[Makan]].<ref>''[[:File:Sestres.jpg|The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard – Map of Western Tamriel]]''</ref><ref>''[[The Lost Islands of Old Yokuda]]''</ref><ref>''[[The Salas En Expedition]]''</ref><ref>Events of "[[The Initiation]]"</ref>
 
'''Yath''' or '''Vathi'''<ref group="OOG">[https://en.uesp.net/wiki/File:RG-load-Brennan.jpg ''The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard – Brennan & Vander Loading Screen'']</ref> is one of the four major islands in the continent of [[Yokuda]], situated south of the main island of [[Akos Kasaz]]. Yath is a jagged and arid region, with open and clear view that goes for miles. The [[Ra Gada]] of Yath, led by [[King Xakhwan]], would go on to rule the conquered city of [[Salas En]], which was originally occupied by the [[Corelanya Clan]] of [[High Elves]]. Some of those Ra Gada would go on to become the modern-day [[Ash'abah]]. Yath was destroyed, along with the rest of Yokuda. The only known settlement on Yath was called [[Makan]].<ref>''[[:File:Sestres.jpg|The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard – Map of Western Tamriel]]''</ref><ref>''[[The Lost Islands of Old Yokuda]]''</ref><ref>''[[The Salas En Expedition]]''</ref><ref>Events of "[[The Initiation]]"</ref>
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==Trivia==
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*The [[:File:Sestres.jpg|Map of Western Tamriel]] is very unclear to read, and so when attempting to learn the names of the various locations around Yokuda and the [[Abecean Sea]], several locations were incorrectly named. Yath was actually, Vathi, but it was misinterpreted as Yath, to which it stuck. Yath had become the canonical name by {{Online|!}}'s lore books and "Vathi" was discovered when loading screens of {{Redguard|!}} were posted later.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

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"Yath: jagged, arid, rugged, magnificent, with clear views from a spine like steel. Soufoudin was much like his island. He pulled me up on a charger to ride by his side, and together we explored every terrain. One day he rode off over a ridge and was gone, and once again I returned to the sea."
Hazadiyya Sea-Queen[src]

Yath or Vathi[OOG 1] is one of the four major islands in the continent of Yokuda, situated south of the main island of Akos Kasaz. Yath is a jagged and arid region, with open and clear view that goes for miles. The Ra Gada of Yath, led by King Xakhwan, would go on to rule the conquered city of Salas En, which was originally occupied by the Corelanya Clan of High Elves. Some of those Ra Gada would go on to become the modern-day Ash'abah. Yath was destroyed, along with the rest of Yokuda. The only known settlement on Yath was called Makan.[1][2][3][4]

Trivia

  • The Map of Western Tamriel is very unclear to read, and so when attempting to learn the names of the various locations around Yokuda and the Abecean Sea, several locations were incorrectly named. Yath was actually, Vathi, but it was misinterpreted as Yath, to which it stuck. Yath had become the canonical name by Online's lore books and "Vathi" was discovered when loading screens of Redguard were posted later.

Appearances

References

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  1. The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard – Brennan & Vander Loading Screen
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