Lore: Elder Scrolls Online - Interactive Map of Tamriel

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Interactive Map

This page is a list of all texts and documents found on the ZeniMax Interactive Map of Tamriel, released prior to Elder Scrolls Online. It was updated once to include detailed information about Cyrodiil, and again for the release of Lower Craglorn. It was subsequently discontinued and is no longer available on the site. Texts contain information that can be used as a reference in lore articles.

Aldmeri Dominion[edit]

Auridon[edit]

Tall, craggy cliffs and exotic forests surround Firsthold, an elegant city of the High Elves. ON-concept-Auridon 02.jpg


Grahtwood[edit]

Elden Root serves as the center of the Aldmeri Dominion, hidden away in the impenetrable jungle. ON-concept-Grahtwood.jpg


Greenshade[edit]

Life flourishes beneath the lush canopy of Valenwood, fed by snaking rivers and plentiful resources. ON-concept-Greenshade.jpg


Khenarthi's Roost[edit]

This island is lush and dotted with moon sugar plantations. The Khajiit formed a treaty with the Maormer here many years ago. ON-concept-Khenarthis Roost 02.jpg


Malabal Tor[edit]

The deepest heart of Valenwood, where little light reaches the forest floor. ON-concept-Malabal Tor.jpg


Reaper's March[edit]

The rolling grasslands of Elsweyr meet Valenwood's forests in this embattled territory. ON-concept-Reapers March.jpg

Daggerfall Covenant[edit]

Alik'r Desert[edit]

An arid wasteland where ancient ruins and deadly creatures lie hidden in the shifting sands. ON-concept-Alikr.jpg


Bangkorai[edit]

The thick woodlands in the north of this region give way to a blistering desert in the south. ON-concept-Bangkorai.jpg


Betnikh[edit]

Wrested from the Bretons by Orcs centuries ago, it is an easily-defended island with high cliffs and rich farmland. ON-concept-Betnikh.jpg




Glenumbra[edit]

Daggerfall City stands proud in this landscape of rugged woods and fetid swamps. ON-concept-Glenumbra.jpg


Rivenspire[edit]

Jagged Rock formations rise from the lowland shadows in this gloomy expanse of High Rock. ON-concept-Rivenspire.jpg


Stormhaven[edit]

High King Emeric rules from Wayrest, a city with a long history of commerce and prosperity. ON-concept-Stormhaven.jpg


Stros M'Kai[edit]

Pirates and smugglers find safe haven on this desert island, which is ruled by the self-appointed Headman Bhosek the Bloody. ON-concept-Stros M'Kai.jpg



Ebonheart Pact[edit]

Bal Foyen[edit]

A volcanic landscape inhabited by once-enslaved Argonians and home to Fort Zeren, built by the Dark Elves. ON-concept-Bal Foyen.jpg




Bleakrock Isle[edit]

The small garrison stationed in this frozen, remote Ebonheart Pact outpost keeps watch on the sea for invading ships. ON-concept-Bleakrock.jpg




Deshaan[edit]

Fertile, ash-enriched plains surround the Tribunal Temple, the center on Dunmeri culture. ON-concept-Deshaan.jpg


Eastmarch[edit]

Streches from the frozen, jagged northern coastline into southern Skyrim's volcanic tundra. ON-concept-Eastmarch.jpg


The Rift[edit]

Skyrim's most hospitable region, where the city of Riften stands amidst the autumnal forest. ON-concept-The Rift.jpg


Shadowfen[edit]

A fetid mire, rank and treacherous, with a sordid history of Imperial occupation and the Dunmeri slave trade. ON-concept-Shadowfen.jpg


Stonefalls[edit]

This diverse region of Morrowind features landscapes ranging from fungal forests to barren volcanic crags. ON-concept-Stonefalls.jpg

Other[edit]

Craglorn[edit]

The towering Dragontail Mountains stand guard over this region's windswept, desolate wastes. ON-concept-Craglorn.jpg


Cyrodiil[edit]

The heart of Tamriel and the Empire. The Alliance War rages across its wooded hills. ON-concept-Cyrodiil.jpg

See Also[edit]

Other texts from the official ESO website include: