Lore:Hadhuul

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The Fire King Hadhuul
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The Fire King Hadhuul
Race and Gender Ayleid Male
Died 1E 243
Ceyatatar
Resided in Cyrodiil
Appears in ESO

The Fire King Hadhuul (or Hadhuul the Fire King) was an Ayleid leader who ruled before and during the Alessian Slave Rebellion.[1] He is remembered as a particularly cruel slave master; tales from his realm say the slaves were subjected to tormenting drugs, and children were set aflame for nighttime tiger sport.[2] Shortly before the fall of the White-Gold Tower in 1E 243,[3] he was slain by Pelinal Whitestrake on the granite steps of Ceya-Tar (later called Ceyatatar),[1] in the Great Forest of Cyrodiil.[4] It was his first, and last, defeat.[1] In 2E 582, Hadhuul's spirit returned to the ruins of Ceyatatar, along with bound Flame Atronachs and the ghosts of his army. The Atronachs posed a threat to the nearby town of Vlastarus, although the Fire King was banished before he could cause any harm.[5]

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  1. ^ a b c The Song of Pelinal, v 3
  2. ^ The Adabal-aMorihaus
  3. ^ The Last King of the AyleidsHerminia Cinna
  4. ^ Events of Oblivion
  5. ^ Events of ESO