Adjacent Places are realms within the Aurbis that are accessible by magic. Severe magical anomalies that disrupt the normal non-cardinal points can open breaches to Adjacent Places. Arch-conjurer Corvus Direnni wrote that he would temporarily lodge his Flame Atronach Wolf in a pocket realm Adjacent Place.
Though some sources claim that there are multiple Adjacent Places,[UOL 1] others point to one, unique Adjacent Place. The Augur of the Obscure claims to have an alternate form in the Adjacent Place. The Tribunal Temple's teachings tell of the Adjacent Place, describing it as a forbidden realm of apology for absolution and the illusion of the vocal. The teachings tell of a people known as Grabbers who inhabited the Adjacent Place, having never built a city of their own. The Grabbers tried to conquer Vivec City at some point by transforming the concept of Ha-Note into a monster named City-Face. The monster was stopped by the god Vivec, who showed the Grabbers the error of their false hope.
- According to Michael Kirkbride, Lyg is an Adjacent Place, described as a parallel version of Tamriel.[UOL 1]
Note: The following references are considered to be unofficial sources. They are included to round off this article and may not be authoritative or conclusive.