|Appears in||Oblivion, ESO|
Glademist is an area in the Great Forest of Cyrodiil, located far northeast of the city of Chorrol. It lends its name to three notable places: the historical Fort Glademist, a cave network just off the Orange Road called Glademist Cave, and the region of Glademist Fields.
During the Alliance War of 2E 582, Fort Glademist was an expansive and strategically important keep. It had its own farm, mine and lumbermill, and was heavily fortified. It was initially located within the territory held by the Daggerfall Covenant. The fort changed hands many times over the course of the war. The region of Glademist Fields was found to the southwest of the fort, and was plagued by Black Dagger ambushes during the war.
The fort was later abandoned and neglected until nothing remained. In 3E 433, the Blackwood Company set up camp in Glademist Cave during an ill-fated attempt to expand out of Leyawiin. Like all natural caves, these tunnels once served as the capillaries of Nirn, pulsing with the divine essence of the Aedra. After clearing out the resident monsters, the Company heavily fortified the caves. After his expulsion from the Fighters Guild, Modryn Oreyn turned to unorthodox tactics in his campaign to discredit the Blackwood Company. His first step was kidnapping one of their leaders, Ajum-Kajin, who had taken up residence in Glademist. The Champion of Cyrodiil entered the caves, killing the Company guards and bringing Ajum-Kajin back to Chorrol for interrogation. The caves were subsequently reclaimed by monsters from the wilderness.
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