Lore:Fallen Wastes

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Fallen Wastes
Type Region
Continent Tamriel
Province Hammerfell
Appears in ESO
Map of Fallen Wastes circa 2E 582

The Fallen Wastes is the southernmost region of the greater region of Bangkorai. The entirety of the Fallen Wastes is considered geographically to be on the Hammerfell side of the border, although around 2E 582 it was controlled by the High Rock city-state of Evermore and considered a part of High Rock by the Bretons.[1][2][3] The capital of the region is the city-state of Hallin's Stand, located on the northern end of the Dragontail Mountains, just before the Bjoulsae Estuary. The ancient ruins of the Hall of Heroes is the gateway to the Redguard afterlife, the Far Shores. Many Redguard heroes were buried in the Hall of Heroes, including Frandar Hunding and Makela Leki. Among other large ruins in the region are Nilata Ruins and Razak's Wheel, which are Ayleid and Dwemer respectively. The Bangkorai Garrison marks the northern end of the region and connects both provinces. The eastern gates lead into the region of Craglorn.[1]

When High Rock decided to secede in 1E 2305, the Legions of Piety and Grace under the command of Abbot-General Priscus Mactator were sent to quell them. Though the legions are said to have filled the Fallen Wastes from end to end, they found themselves unable to get past the Bangkorai Garrison,[4] which was then under the rule of Baroness Falinne Guimard.[5] After a five-month siege, they gave up and returned to Cyrodiil.[4]


  1. ^ a b Events of ESO
  2. ^ The description of Exile's Bedroll in ESO
  3. ^ The description of High Rock Quilt in ESO
  4. ^ a b Bangkorai, Shield of High Rock — King Eamond
  5. ^ The Royal House of King EamondSeneschal Derric Andras of Castle Evermore