Lore:Sadrith Mora

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Sadrith Mora
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Morrowind
Region Vvardenfell
Subregions Azura's Coast
Appears in Morrowind, ESO
Tel Naga, the heart of Sadrith Mora

Sadrith Mora (or Mushroom Forest in Dunmeris) was the district seat of House Telvanni, and home of the Telvanni Council, though only one Telvanni councilor actually lived in town. Sadrith Mora was an island settlement in the Zafirbel Bay, and was accessible only by sea and teleportation.

The actual town of Sadrith Mora was built in typical Telvanni style: great, magically-formed organic mushrooms springing from the ground, each being expanded to suit the needs of the inhabitant; one may have become a dwelling for a single Dunmer, while others formed shops, seaports, or entire inns and taverns. These were grown in a gigantic loop around the tower of Tel Naga, which during the late Third Era was the home of Master Neloth, although it had previously belonged to an Archmagister by the name of Nelos Otheri.[1]. Around 3E 427 the town itself offered a Morag Tong base, an inn, and a restaurant. North of the Great Market was the Telvanni Council Hall, a large orb supported by giant mushroom stalks. While visitors were technically not supposed to travel beyond the Gateway Inn into the town, nobody really seemed to mind. Anyone would have served you, albeit a bit tersely. One place where foreigners were especially welcome was at the Imperial Fort built during the 3rd Era, Wolverine Hall, just to the south.

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  1. ^ Events of ESO Morrowind