Lore:Cogitum Centralis

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Cognitum Centralis
Type Settlement
Realm Mundus
Plane Clockwork City
Appears in ESO, Legends
The Throne Aligned

The Cogitum Centralis is Sotha Sil's seat of power in the Brass Fortress.[1] It is located in the maintenance tunnels and subterranean chambers of the Mechanical Fundament underneath the Fortress.[2] It has an automated defense system, and is controlled by a master factotum that is tasked with protecting the Throne Aligned, the control center of the Clockwork City.[3] The Cogitum was designed to be virtually impenetrable.[4] The Throne Aligned is also where Sotha Sil stored his thoughts and notes, and is deadly for a mortal to access.[5]

In the late Third Era, Sotha Sil inhabited the control center known as the Dome of Sotha Sil and was guarded by two imperfects, giant factotums. It was also the place where Sotha Sil met his end at the hands of Almalexia.[6][7] It was part of the sections the Nerevarine traversed in the Third Era. Those sections include the Maintenance and the Outer and Inner Flooded Halls; the Halls of Delirium, Theuda, Sallaemu, and Mileitho; the Central Gearworks; the Chamber of Sohleh; and the Domes of Kasia, Serlyn, Udok, the Imperfect, and Sotha Sil. They have been theorized to be the same place as the Cogitum Centralis.[UOL 1]



  1. ^ Proctor Luciana Pullo's dialogue at the end of Lost in the Gloam in ESO
  2. ^ The Clockwork City Adventure Guide on the official ESO website
  3. ^ Proctor Luciana Pullo's dialogue during Where Shadows Lie in ESO
  4. ^ Proctor Luciana Pullo's dialogue during Unto the Dark in ESO
  5. ^ Galyn's dialogue in the mission The Throne Aligned in Return to Clockwork City
  6. ^ Events of ESO: Clockwork City
  7. ^ The Mad God quest in Tribunal

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.

  1. ^ Pete Hines Legends Interview