Lore:Tel Aruhn

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Tel Aruhn
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Morrowind
Region Azura's Coast
Appears in Morrowind, ESO
Tel Aruhn circa 3E 427
Tel Aruhn circa 2E 583

Tel Aruhn ("Home Tower" in Dunmeris) was the home of the Telvanni Archmagister, Lord Gothren. It was located on a small island in Zafirbel Bay, to the west of the Telvanni capital of Sadrith Mora. It was constructed in the middle Merethic Era by Aldmeri explorers.

Tel Aruhn itself was a relatively small community, with a variety of interesting services in the wizard tower, and more commonplace supply stores in the houses surrounding it (for those who could not levitate). There was a good pub in the town.

In the late Third Era there were regular boats passing to other destinations in the Azura's Coast region, with maritime links through to Vivec, Ebonheart and points west, or to Dagon Fel to the far north. Although the city survived the eruption of Red Mountain, it was sacked by Argonians inflicting their revenge after centuries of slavery.

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