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The Wrothgarian Mountains, also known as Wrothgar, are a large region in High Rock, located at the northeast corner of the Iliac Bay. The region is inhabited mostly by Orcs and Bretons and the region was once inhabited by the Dwemer. Riekr, the ice goblins, make their home in the Wrothgarian Mountains as well. The main vampire bloodline found here is the Lyrezi.
It is bordered to the west by Phrygias, Dwynnen, Kambria, Koegria, and Alcaire. The mountains are also bordered by Menevia, Orsinium Area, Wayrest, and Gavaudon to the south. The provincial seat is the city of Wrothgaria.
The Wrothgarian Mountains are best known for being home to the Orcish capital of Orsinium. It was razed by Daggerfall, Sentinel and the Order of Diagna in 1E 980, and at the time of the Akaviri Potentate, it briefly became an Imperial territory. At some point, Wrothgar came under the control of the first Daggerfall Covenant. When King Ranser of Shornhelm attacked Wayrest in 2E 566, King Emeric of Wayrest sent emissaries into Wrothgar and promised to return Orsinium to the Orcs in exchange for helping him defeat Ranser. The clan of Kurog gro-Bagrakh answered his call and helped annihilate Ranser's forces at Markwasten Moor. After these events, Kurog was given control over Wrothgar, and his new Orsinium joined the second Daggerfall Covenant.
Notable places in the Wrothgarian Mountains include:
- Argent Mine
- Honor's Rest
- Raven Spring - A Breton village located in the foothills of the Wrothgarian Mountains near the border of Hammerfell.
- Back Home in Orsinium
- Map of Clans
- Wayrest, Jewel of the Bay — Sathyr Longleat the Elder
- Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: Orsinium — Imperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
- The Fury of King Ranser — Wafimeles Masteret (Lorekeeper)
- Guide to the Daggerfall Covenant
- Map of High Rock
- The Warp in the West — Ulvius Tero
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.