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Clockwork City

This article is about Sotha Sil's realm. For the Clockwork City DLC pack, see Clockwork City (DLC).

The Clockwork City, also known as Sotha Sil, after its creator, is said to be a great and intricate mechanism that duplicates the mythic structures of Nirn in metallic miniature. Only Seht himself knows its true purpose.
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Zone:
Clockwork City
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Neutral
Skyshards (?)
Alliance
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Location
Interdimensional space
Physical representation beneath Mournhold
The Clockwork City

Clockwork City is a mechanical realm created by Sotha Sil, one of the living gods of Morrowind. It supposedly exists "outside space and time", represented in Tamriel as a miniature realm within a globe about the size of a large crate, requiring an individual to be magically shrunk to enter. The globe is located in a vault in the Dwemer ruin of Bamz-Amschend, deep beneath the Tribunal Temple in Mournhold. The location serves as the setting of the Clockwork City DLC, although some parts of the city can also be visited in two quests available in the Morrowind chapter of ESO; the Halls of Fabrication and the Clockwork City Vault.

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  • Rounds two and four of the Maelstrom ArenaOrsinium (Crown Store) are themed after Clockwork City.
  • As a mechanical realm, there are no natural resources of wood, cloth or herbs in the zone. These resources drop from respectively Scrap Wood, Torn Cloth, and Herbalist's Satchel nodes.

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