The opulent Amaya Lake Lodge was built upon the shores of Lake Amaya during an earlier era, near the future site of Pelagiad. After Vvardenfell was opened for settlement in 3E 414, Fort Pelagiad was built by the Imperial Legion and House Hlaalu to guard the roads between Vivec, Balmora and Seyda Neen. Legion veterans began to build farms around the fort, and several shops were set up as the village grew. The town was officially chartered, and noted for its Western architecture resembling that of a High Rock village. By 3E 427, the settlement boasted a tavern, tradehouse, blacksmith and Imperial Cult services. Following the destruction caused during the Red Year of 4E 5, Pelagiad was likely destroyed.
Amaya Lake Lodge circa 2E 582
- Lawrence Schick has confirmed that the reference to Pelagiad Garrison in the Letter to Rana was an error.[UOL 1]
- Amaya Lake Lodge loading screen
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