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House Redoran prizes the virtues of duty, gravity, and piety. Duty is to one's own honor, and to one's family and clan. Gravity is the essential seriousness of life. Life is hard, and events must be judged, endured, and reflected upon with due care and earnestness. Piety is respect for the gods, and the virtues they represent. A light, careless life is not worth living.Great Houses of Morrowind

House Redoran is one of the five remaining Great Houses of the Dunmer. It governs the Redoran District of northwestern Morrowind from the city of Blacklight, close to the border with Skyrim. In the District of Vvardenfell, the House's council seat was located in Balmora[1] as of 2E 582 and Ald'ruhn as of 3E 427[2]. In the latter, all councilors lived in the hollowed shell of a colossal prehistoric Emperor Crab, in the district known as Ald'ruhn-under-Skar.[3] Other Redoran-dominated towns on the mainland included Cormaris View and Silgrad Tower,[UOL 1] as well as Khuul, Maar Gan and Ald Velothi in Vvardenfell.[2]

In the mid-Second Era, House Redoran also controlled the settlements of Balmora, Suran, and Gnisis. The Redoran also maintained a garrison in Molag Mar and, in 2E 582, maintained a strong military presence in the nascent Vivec City.[1] In later years, prior to its destruction in 4E 5, House Redoran would instead hold a eponymous canton in Vivec City.[2] House Redoran holdings on the mainland included Tal'Deic Fortress, the village of Serkamora,[1] and the Darkshade Caverns kwama mines.[4] Despite House Dres rule, House Redoran Sentinels patrolled the streets of Old Ebonheart during the Daggerfall Covenant's invasion of Stonefalls.[5]

The main focus of House Redoran is maintaining the traditions of the settled Dunmer and, more specifically, the way of the warrior. As a result, House Redoran has long served as Morrowind's de-facto military. Due to the House's emphasis on tradition and piety, the Tribunal Temple was a natural ally, with the majority of Vivec's Buoyant Armigers hailing from the House.[6][7] House Redoran maintained strained relationships with the ashlander tribes of Vvardenfell, the Morag Tong, House Hlaalu[8], and House Telvanni.[2][9] They held respect for House Indoril, and were willing to fight alongside House Dres.[10] During the Third Empire's reign over Morrowind, the Redoran also held mutual respect between them and the Fighters Guild and Imperial Legion. They had less respect for the other Imperial institutions, such as the Mages Guild, the Thieves Guild, and the Imperial Cult. Like the other Great Houses, House Redoran loathed the cultists of the Sixth House and the vampires of Vvardenfell, and disapproved of the Camonna Tong's illegal activities.[2]

Saint Nerevar the Captain is the patron saint of House Redoran.[11]

First Era[edit]

From the original formation of House Redoran, our housekin have held the virtues of duty, gravity, and piety most dear. A frivolous, soft life is not worth living. We focus on maintaining the traditions of the civilized Dunmer and holding fast to the way of the warrior. Our military strength, for example, outclasses the other Great Houses by a wide margin. Our prowess puts us at least one step ahead of them all and in most cases many more.Understanding House Redoran
The Redoran Crest

House Redoran was founded in ancient times on the 3rd of Last Seed, a date still celebrated by members of the Great House.[12] The House has existed since the time of the Chimer and the First Council.[13] By the 107th year of the Golden Peace, they were already considered the most militarily powerful of the Great Houses.[14]

The ancient remains of Skar, slain by Dranoth Hleran. Hleran's bloodline would go on to become part of House Redoran, and the shell would become the city of Ald'ruhn

According to both Athyn Sarethi and Agrippa Fundilius, warriors of House Redoran fought and died at the Battle of Red Mountain under the leadership of Hortator Indoril Nerevar during the War of the First Council.[15][16] During the decades in the aftermath of the war, at least one Redoran - General Redoran-Vorilk - had a role in discussing the nascent Tribunal Temple's plans to reorganize the House lands of Morrowind.[17] In the centuries that followed, the Redoran watched the northwestern border of Morrowind along the Velothi Mountains from their ancestral seat in Blacklight, defending against the Nordic raiders from Skyrim who'd pillaged the land since time immemorial. The constant warring with the Nords led to the warrior-House's hardened and militaristic leanings. The House adopted the color red as a designation.[18][19][20] Some say the House's crest is the appropriated Dwemer symbol for Lorkhan, while others insist it is a shalk - a fire-breathing and hardy scarab native to Morrowind's ashlands and lava flows.[21][22]

Dranoth Hleran, who's bloodline would one day be of House Redoran, is credited as the one who struck the killing blow on Skar, the ancient Emperor Crab around which Ald'ruhn was built.[23]

In the First Era, an all-Breton gang of thieves from High Rock infamous for their crimes in Morrowind came to be known as the Blacklight Raiders, after the Redoran capital city. Starting out as just a small band of adventurers, the Raiders eventually traveled all over Morrowind, looting and pillaging as they went. Attributed with stealing some of the Dunmer's most sacred relics, the Blacklight Raiders were buried in the city of Evermore. Their graves were discovered in 2E 582 by a Dunmeri woman named Llotha Nelvani, whom hailed from a village outside of Blacklight. Nelvani succeeded in unlocking the Raiders' final puzzle, opening a lockbox said to contain their greatest treasure. To her dismay, it contained only a "silly old blade".[24]

The crypts beneath Tal'Deic Fortress in the eastern Siltreen region of the Deshaan plains were originally excavated to serve as burial vaults for the noble Redoran family. They were abandoned after Grandmaster Llerlu inspected them and found the space "small, constricted, and insufficiently imposing for the honored dead of House Redoran."[25]

In 1E 2920, at the close of the First Era and the Four-Score War, the dubiously-real Dunmeri woman Turala was said to have been exiled from Morrowind by her Redoran family after she was impregnated by Brindisi Dorom, the Duke of Mournhold. Allegedly, she would go on to summon Mehrunes Dagon in a bid to kill Dorom and sack Mournhold.[26]

Second Era[edit]

A Redoran's duty is first to the Tribunal Temple, second to the Great House Redoran, and third to one's family and clan. A Redoran noble must know the virtue of gravity. It is not the Redoran way to laugh at serious matters, for it shows disrespect. It is not the Redoran way to spread rumors, for they fester and breed dissention [sic].The True Noble's Code
A Second Era Redoran

At some point prior to 2E 582, House Redoran staked claim to the western half of Vvardenfell, including the Bitter Coast, Ascadian Isles,[27] West Gash, and a portion of the inner Ashlands.[28][29] The Redoran employed the House Hlaalu Construction Syndic to create the modern incarnations of Balmora and Suran for what was deemed a suspiciously low cost. Against the Redoran's wishes, the Hlaalu built the settlements in their own style, rather than the more organic Redoran style. Some Redoran worried that the Hlaalu intended to conquer the settlements through underhanded mercantile means, concerns that, in time, would prove valid.[30] By the Third Era, both settlements flew the golden banner of House Hlaalu.[2] Sometime prior to 2E 582, the House also established the mining village of Gnisis in the northwest of Vvardenfell, and secured a presence in the settlements of Molag Mar and Vivec City. Other Redoran holdings erected around this time included a garrison northeast of Balmora, and Arenim Manor[31] in the northern Bitter Coast.[1]

After the coronation of High King Svartr of Western Skyrim in 2E 431, a delegation from Lord Vivec presented the instrument 'Jarlsbane' to the High King. After being declared "grossly untunable and overly complicated" by the court musicians, it sat in Solitude's Blue Palace as a curiosity for many years. It was rediscovered over a century later by Master Bard Endroni Selvilo of House Redoran shortly before 2E 582. Nevertheless, the instrument remained in the city, relocated to the Bards College.[32]

Some time after the outbreak of the Knahaten Flu in 2E 560, House Redoran sent a military expedition to the Ruins of Mazzatun in the Black Marsh region of Shadowfen, intending to wipe out the Xit-Xaht tribe, whom they suspected to be responsible for the disease.[33]

Meriath, High Councilor of Great House Redoran circa 2E 582

During the mid-Second Era, House Redoran's leader was High Councilor Meriath.[1] After the defeat of Ada'Soom Dir-Kamal's Akaviri forces at Vivec's Antlers in 2E 572, House Redoran was among the four Great Houses that joined the newly-formed Ebonheart Pact.[34][19] After the eruption of the War of the Three Banners in 2E 580, House Redoran's warriors would be among those that fought for control of Cyrodiil and the White-Gold Tower. Rumors persisted that Redoran nobles were upset the Pact was formed in the first place, due to having to share command with Nordic and Argonian allies.[19]

In 2E 582, the Redoran-ruled village of Serkamora in Deshaan was infiltrated by the Maulborn Cult, who posed as healers aiding with the rampant Llodos Plague. In truth, the Maulborn had created the plague in a bid to undermine the Tribunal's rule and turn their citizens against them. It is unknown whether Dethisam Berendas, Serkamora's local Redoran representative, survived the events.[35] In Tal'Deic Fortress, General Gavryn Redoran was killed by the Maulborn Cult and replaced with a Daedric simulacrum. With the aid of the Vestige, the Redoran Captain Valec Doronil exposed the General's death and impersonation, and defeated the Maulborn in the crypts beneath the fortress.[36]

Simultaneously, House Redoran faced issues with its holdings in the western half of Vvardenfell. Balmora's Captain Brivan Malrom enlisted the aid of Khajiiti mercenaries to supplement the depleted Redoran military, despite protests from the House Council. Tensions ran high with the nomadic ashlanders of Vvardenfell when Redoran land claims clashed with ashlander holdings.[37][38] Councilor Dolvara would be executed by the Morag Tong, followed by Councilor Eris Releth's daughter, Veya, attempting to assassinate the rest of the Redoran Council that same year. The wayward Councilor's daughter would be stopped by the Tong, but not before claiming her father's life.[9] In Suran, the local head of security, Marshal Hlaren, was exposed for corruption and slave peddling and executed.[39] In Ald'ruhn, Dranoth Hleran's descendant Drelyth rediscovered his family's history with Skar and recovered his ancestor's spear, Calderas - the very weapon used to kill Skar millennia before. Hleran's affiliation with House Redoran marked the first known time the Great House's influence extended to Ald'ruhn.[28] During this time, House Redoran also maintained a "Narcotics Oath Bureau" purportedly charged with the regulation of illegal substances, such as Skooma.[40]

Flags bearing the symbol of House Redoran commemorating the many victories the House claims credit for achieving were in circulation during the sixth century of the Second Era.[41] Elynea Omayn, daughter of a Redoran Councilor, was noted as an exemplary member of Vivec's Buoyant Armigers during the mid-Second Era by Archcanon Tarvus. Despite having had the opportunity to be a high-ranking officer in the Redoran military or a Redoran representative to another Ebonheart Pact nation, Omayn chose the life of an Armiger and became one of the god's favorite servants. It was said that the noble ideals and sense of adventure carried by the Buoyant Armigers matched closely with Redoran virtues, drawing many Redorans to Vivec's service.[6]

In 2E 864, the Imperial Geographical Society reported House Redoran as being "the best warriors among the Dark Elves", noting that the House guarded the western flank of Morrowind.[42]

In the late Second Era, Tiber Septim's legions turned their eyes towards Morrowind. Following House Indoril's lead, House Redoran swore to resist the western invaders to the death, and provided its mercenary companies to the Dunmeri defense amassing in settlements such as Silgrad Tower and Cormaris View. However, House Redoran soon found itself manning the western borders of Morrowind alone, with House Indoril and House Dres preferring to retreat inwards to wage a guerrilla war, House Telvanni remaining neutral, and House Hlaalu advocating accommodation. When Vivec signed the Armistice, House Redoran breathed a sigh of relief, now permitted an honorable way to avoid waging war against the Third Empire's vast legions alone.[10]

Third Era[edit]

A Redoran is a warrior whose duty is first to the Tribunal, second to House Redoran, and third to family and clan.Mottos of the Dunmeri Great Houses
Archmaster Bolvyn Venim, circa 3E 427

During the Third Era, House Redoran's traditionalist stances would see the House decline in strength, further harmed by the Imperial-mandated disbandment of the majority of their military. The Redoran suffered territorial and economic losses at the hands of House Hlaalu and Telvanni during the Third Empire's reign, particularly in Vvardenfell.[43] After losing Balmora to Hlaalu rule, House Redoran claimed the former ashlander gathering site of Ald'ruhn as the site of their new district seat, and built a grand city around the shell of Skar at the foot of Red Mountain. At some point before 3E 427, House Redoran erected the settlement of Maar Gan in the ashlands, and the villages of Khuul and Ald Velothi in the northwest coast of the West Gash.[2]

Areas of Vvardenfell controlled by House Redoran in 3E 427(red areas).

As of the late Third Era, Bolvyn Venim ruled as Archmaster of the Great House. Bolvyn was somewhat unscrupulous for a Redoran. Few among the rest of the hierarchy actually liked him, but the Redoran respect for strong leadership (which few Redoran leaders had displayed in recent years at the time) and prowess in arms ensured that he nevertheless retained his position. He was influential in securing Redoran's share of the frontier lands when Vvardenfell was opened for settlement in 3E 414, and moved the council to Ald'ruhn as a result.[44]

Conflicts often arose with the other Great Houses at this time. The most obvious conflict during the late Third Era was centered on the town of Caldera that was founded by the Imperial Caldera Mining Company with the support of House Hlaalu. There was also bickering with the House Telvanni concerning the founding of certain new settlements in the Ashlands such as Tel Uvirith, and the occupation of old Velothi Towers, such as Shishi.[2] In 3E 426, the Redoran council protested the continuing burdensome tariffs on the native beverages sujamma, greef, and shein. After a costly and bloody tax revolt in Balmora, the council warned that such disturbances might spread to Ald'ruhn if the heavy burden of Imperial taxes was not alleviated. Smuggling and organized crime also become increasingly aggressive and violent in the Redoran House Districts. The councilors blamed local corruption, weakened enforcement, and aggressive competition between the Thieves Guild and the Camonna Tong.[20]

During the fulfillment of the Nerevarine prophecies in 3E 427, Archmaster Bolvyn Venim was killed in an honorable duel with the Nerevarine after the latter gained the support of the other five Redoran Councilors. It is unknown whether the duel occurred over the matter of the title of Hortator or Archmaster. Regardless of whether or not the Nerevarine succeeded Venim as Archmaster, or whether the vanquished Venim was instead succeeded by another of the Great House, the Redoran subsequently offered the Nerevarine the title of Redoran Hortator. As a whole, House Redoran suffered from attacks at the hands of blighted creatures and corprus monsters, with the majority of its holdings closer to the Ghostfence and Red Mountain than that of the other Houses. These attacks ended along with the Blight when the Nerevarine slew Dagoth Ur and destroyed the Heart of Lorkhan inside of Red Mountain.[2]

By 3E 432, House Redoran was said to be waning due to its inability to change with the times.[45]

After the coronation of King Hlaalu Helseth, rumors spread throughout Tamriel that the new King had abolished slavery. Houses Redoran and Indoril fought a brief civil war against Houses Hlaalu and Dres on the matter. At the same time, it was said that Nords, aided by Orc mercenaries, had besieged the Redoran of Morrowind. It is unknown to what extent these rumors were true or accurate, or what the outcome of these skirmishes were.[46]

During the Oblivion Crisis of 3E 433, the Empire pulled a vast majority of the Legions out of Morrowind to deal with the gates opening in their homeland of Cyrodiil. The Dunmer had no standing army at the time due to the Imperial demilitarization, and the armies of daedra destroyed the Redoran city of Ald'ruhn.[47][46] The destruction of their ancestral city, coupled with their historic status as "the hereditary defenders of the Morrowind", led to House Redoran taking charge. The Redoran were slowly able to raise an army for the first time since the Armistice, and used it to spare Morrowind from Mehrunes Dagon's full wrath.[48]

Fourth Era[edit]

Duty, gravity, and piety: these are our watchwords. We are the wartime defenders of the House Dunmer of Morrowind.Crafting Motif 52: Redoran Style
A Fourth Era Redoran

After the Oblivion Crisis, the House started to rebuild the damage to Ald'ruhn and elsewhere. A group of House Redoran settlers led by Councilor Brara Morvayn immediately struck out for the island of Solstheim. After some quick negotiations with the East Empire Company, Morvayn's group was allowed to settle in the town of Raven Rock where they quickly became a part of the mining colony's way of life. The Dunmer proved to be both hard-working and reliable when it came to working in the mines, impressing the East Empire Company and solidifying their relationship.[47]

Unfortunately, in 4E 5 the Red Year brought further destruction to Morrowind. The eruption of Red Mountain wiped all of the settlements on Vvardenfell off the map. The Redoran councilor living in Mournhold at the time coordinated the relief effort, issuing a directive to send soldiers, supplies and able-bodied mer to the settlements which were hit the hardest within a month of the initial disaster, such as Balmora.[49] Shortly after the eruption of Red Mountain, Morrowind came under siege from the Argonians of Black Marsh. While the Argonians were able to decimate the south and east of mainland Morrowind, the army of House Redoran prevented them from progressing further into the north and west. According to some, the Redoran army even pushed the invaders out of the decimated southern and eastern regions, as well.[48]

The political affairs surrounding the Oblivion Crisis and the Red Year culminated in a power vacuum, as House Hlaalu was unceremoniously dismissed from the Grand Council. Animosity between Hlaalu and Redoran increased, as House Redoran seized the opportunity and became the leading power in what remained of Morrowind,[50] taking the position that Hlaalu had held for centuries due to their close ties with the Empire, and House Indoril for millennia before them due to their ties to the Tribunal. The Hlaalu believe that Redoran were directly involved in the reorganization of the council, and have held a grudge against them ever since.[51] Subsequently, Redoran relocated the capital of Morrowind to Blacklight, as Mournhold had been sacked by the Argonians.[48] With Blacklight as the capital of Morrowind and House Redoran's army hailed as the saviors of the Dunmer, the Redoran's rise was complete.

In the aftermath of the Red Year, Solstheim saw the destruction of the only Imperial fort on the island. Councilor Brara Morvayn, with the permission of the East Empire trading company, brought in some of House Redoran's elite "Redoran Guard" to fill the void left behind by the deceased Imperial legionnaires. The guard proved to be an ideal replacement and have been guarding the town ever since.[47] After a few years, the relentless ash storms from the ever-erupting Red Mountain transformed Solstheim's southern reaches into pure ash wastes reminiscent of those present on Vvardenfell itself. The storms would leave behind deep dunes of ash that made life exceedingly difficult in Raven Rock. In order to protect the town from these drifts, Brara Morvayn proposed that the East Empire Company construct a large wall of her own design to protect the east end of town. The company quickly agreed and provided the necessary funds. After almost a year, the construction was complete and the huge edifice was named "The Bulwark." The wall proved to be extremely effective.[52]

Councilor Lleril Morvayn of Raven Rock

In 4E 16, the High King of Skyrim gave the island of Solstheim to Morrowind as a refuge, and it passed into the control of House Redoran fully (though the Telvanni established their own settlement, Tel Mithryn, on the southeast coast).[53] This changing of the guard prompted the majority of the remaining Imperial population to depart the settlement.[52] Though a House Sathil settled in Solstheim around or before 4E 40, their relationship with the Redoran rulers of the island is unknown and no trace of the House remained by 4E 201.[54] Raven Rock continued to prosper under the rule of Brara Morvayn until her passing in 4E 65. Her son Lleril promptly took on his mother's mantle as Councilor and ruler of Solstheim.[52]

Lleril would find his rule challenged on two occasions. In 4E 95, an assassination attempt was carried out against the Councilor by agents of House Hlaalu led by Vilur Ulen, but was stopped by House Redoran guards. Decades later, a band of Argonian raiders would land on Solstheim in 4E 150 with the intention of wreaking havoc. Fortunately, the raiders were swiftly defeated by the Redoran guard stationed in Raven Rock under the command of Councilor Morvayn.[51]

An all-Dunmer gang of bandits from Morrowind would surface in a ruined fort outside of the Cyrodiilic settlement of Rivercrest in the year 4E 180. The gang's leader had come into possession of a Redoran Watchman's helm. On behalf of ex-member Brals Nelvani, a fugitive member of the Blades slew the bandits and recovered the helm.[55] That same year, a Dunmeri woman named Dalsa Veleth fought as an arena gladiator near Rivercrest, claiming to be of House Redoran.[56]

House Redoran continued to benefit from the mining of Ebony in Raven Rock until 4E 181, when the mine at Raven Rock was closed.[51] The House's neglect of Solstheim increased, as without the mine, the island not only held little economic or strategic importance compared with the other seventy-three outlying settlements of Morrowind, but was a significant source of casualties for the Redoran Guard (they lost twenty-six guards in a two-year span).[57]

In 4E 201, the Last Dragonborn traveled to Solstheim and assisted Councilor Morvayn in uncovering and foiling a second attempt on his life by House Hlaalu remnants and the Morag Tong. The Last Dragonborn similarly saved the citizens of Raven Rock from the nocturnal control of Miraak. That same year, new ebony deposits were discovered and the mine reopened.[58] The resumed flow of ebony from Raven Rock prompted House Redoran to take a renewed interest in Raven Rock and Solstheim.[50]

House Redoran remains the dominant power in Morrowind, ruling as at the head of the Grand Council from their capital of Blacklight, now the capital of all of Morrowind. It is said that House Redoran has improved Blacklight substantially over the last thousand years, and it now rivals the splendor of Mournhold in its prime. In particular, the Rootspire where the modern Council of Great Houses meets is said to be "something to behold."[59]


The settlement of Maar Gan, an example of typical Redoran architecture

Redoran settlements are designed in the Dunmer village style, built of local materials, with organic curves and undercoated exteriors inspired by the landscape and by the shells of giant native insects the Redoran claim to have killed in the distant past. Redoran villages are typically centered on Temple compounds and their courtyards, with huts and tradehouses gathered around a central plaza, as in the West Gash village of Gnisis, which was, for a time, rented to the Imperial Legions in the Third Era prior to being destroyed during the Red Year.[18]


Examples of Redoran arms and armor during the Second Era

In the Second Era, House Redoran warriors donned armor crafted from Kagouti (or premium guar) leather, covered in layers of medium-sized overlapping chitin (or chitin-looking) plates. The armor of the time sported helmets ornamented with tall horns that resembled the mandibles of shalk.[60] By the Third and Fourth Eras, this armor had been replaced by bonemold. In Third Era Vvardenfell, the Gah-Julan style was the preferred of House Redoran.[2]


The six councilors of House Redoran, Vvardenfell District, in 3E 426

In 3E 427, House Redoran's internal ranks were almost identical in structure to those of House Hlaalu, with the exception of the leader's title.[61] The naming convention for each rank seemed inspired by kin or family themes. It is unknown if the ranking structure has remained unchanged throughout the Great House's storied existence, but it should be noted that at least one position - the House's leader - has sported different naming.[62] Such can be observed in 2E 582 and 3E 427, with High Councilor Meriath in the former year and Archmaster Bolvyn Venim in the latter. The House's Third Era ranks are as follows:


See Also[edit]



  1. ^ a b c d e Events of The Elder Scrolls Online
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Events of Morrowind
  3. ^ Guide to Ald'ruhn
  4. ^ The Improved Emperor's Guide to Tamriel: Stonefalls and DeshaanFlaccus Terentius, 2E 581
  5. ^ Appearance of Redoran Sentinels patrolling the streets of Ebonheart in ESO
  6. ^ a b Buoyant Armigers: Swords of VivecTarvus, Archcanon of Vivec
  7. ^ Dialogue in Morrowind
  8. ^ House Redoran Advisory
  9. ^ a b Events of Family Reunion and A Purposeful Writ in ESO: Morrowind
  10. ^ a b On MorrowindErramanwe of Sunhold
  11. ^ Mottos of the Dunmeri Great HousesVilyn Girith
  12. ^ Commemorative Nail Clipper contraband item in ESO
  13. ^ Poison Song IIBristin Xel
  14. ^ Understanding House RedoranRemoran Redoran, Grand Historian for the House
  15. ^ The True Noble's CodeSerjo Athyn Sarethi
  16. ^ The War of the First CouncilAgrippa Fundilius
  17. ^ Poison Song VIIBristin Xel
  18. ^ a b Great Houses of Morrowind
  19. ^ a b c The Great Houses and Their UsesTel Verano
  20. ^ a b Red Book of 3E 426
  21. ^ Crafting Motif 52: Redoran ChestsVindamea Redoran, House Procurement Sister, Vivec City
  22. ^ Crafting Motif 52: Redoran ShieldsVindamea Redoran, House Procurement Sister, Vivec City
  23. ^ Ballad of Dranoth Hleran
  24. ^ Llotha Nelvani's role and dialogue in A Grave Matter.
  25. ^ Loading screen text for Tal'Deic Fortress' crypts in ESO
  26. ^ 2920: The Last Year of the First EraCarlovac Townway
  27. ^ Suran being under Redoran control in ESO: Morrowind
  28. ^ a b Events of Ancestral Ties in ESO: Morrowind
  29. ^ House Redoran Advisory
  30. ^ Hlaalu Construction SyndicManaran Renim, First Clerk of House Affairs, Vvardenfell
  31. ^ Arenim Manor's purpose and owners during ESO: Morrowind
  32. ^ Jarlsbane's descriptive plaque in The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor.
  33. ^ Taken from an Interview with Retired Dark Elf Archaeologist, Drendisa Vedran — Drendisa Vedran
  34. ^ Pact Pamphlet: Congratulations!
  35. ^ Events of Bad Medicine and Quest For the Cure in ESO
  36. ^ Events of Rules and Regulations and What Lies Beneath in ESO
  37. ^ House Redoran OrdersCaptain Brivan
  38. ^ Ashlander Tribes and CustomsUlran Releth of House Redoran
  39. ^ The Scarlet Judge in ESO: Morrowind
  40. ^ Journal of a Fallen OfficerFalura Uveleth, Former Officer
  41. ^ House Redoran Victory Flag contraband item in ESO
  42. ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 1st Edition: MorrowindImperial Geographical Society, 2E 864
  43. ^ A Short History of MorrowindJeanette Sitte
  44. ^ Athyn Sarethi's dialogue in Morrowind
  45. ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: The Temple: MorrowindImperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
  46. ^ a b Rumors in Oblivion
  47. ^ a b c History of Raven Rock, Vol. ILyrin Telleno
  48. ^ a b c Adril Arano's dialogue in Dragonborn
  49. ^ The Red YearMelis Ravel
  50. ^ a b Lleril Morvayn's dialogue in Dragonborn
  51. ^ a b c History of Raven Rock, Vol. IIILyrin Telleno
  52. ^ a b c History of Raven Rock, Vol. IILyrin Telleno
  53. ^ Loading Screen captions from Dragonborn
  54. ^ Lord of Souls — Gregory Keyes
  55. ^ Events of the quest Villains in Blades
  56. ^ Dalsa Veleth's role and dialogue in Blades.
  57. ^ House Redoran's Reply — Dralis Rorlen
  58. ^ Events of Skyrim
  59. ^ Cindiri Arano's dialogue from Dragonborn
  60. ^ Crafting Motif 52, RedoranVindamea Redoran, House Procurement Sister, Vivec City
  61. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k House Redoran's faction ranks in Morrowind
  62. ^ a b High Councilor Meriath's role and title in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind

Note: the following references are not from official sources. They are included to provide a rounder background to this article, but may not reflect established lore.

  1. ^ Concept Map of Morrowind — The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind