Morrowind:Abebaal Egg Mine
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|# of Zones||1|
|# of Samples||27 in Egg Sacs
4 in Crate
0-8 from Kwama
|Console Location Code(s)|
|Abebaal Egg Mine|
|Azura's Coast, [14,-11]|
The mine is rich in kwama eggs but doesn't contain much in the way of other loot. It is currently worked by six Telvanni-owned slaves. The slaves are in a state of revolt against the mad demands of Mistress Therana, and as a member of House Telvanni, you are sent to the mine to quell the uprising.
- The slave rebellion at Abebaal is underway from the start of the game, and you may enter the mine and respond in any way you see fit at any time. No affiliation with House Telvanni is needed.
- The key to the slave bracers is located inside a crate found in the Kwama Queen's chamber. If you talk to the slave leader Eleedal-Lei and give him the key, he will free all other slaves. Other copies of the key are on Mistress Therana and in a desk in Lower Tel Branora.
- After you give the key to Eleedal-Lei and leave the mine, the slaves will disappear with him. The next time you enter the mine, their slave bracers will be inside the mine somewhere. In Morrowind, they will all be in a nice little pile right inside the door. In OpenMW, each slave bracer will be at the spot where the slave was standing when you left the mine. If you are using OpenMW, it may be useful to write notes on the interior map to mark the slaves' positions before you leave the mine, so finding their bracers is easier when you re-enter.
- The conditions associated with Abebaal seem to prevent you from freeing slaves brought here from other locations. Any slave you bring here will tell you to talk to Eleedal-Lei, instead of having the normal "go free" dialogue. This happens whether or not you have already freed Eleedal-Lei and the other slaves in the mine.