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</noinclude>The {{Lore Link|Grazelands}} (also called '''Sunna Guradan'''{{Ref|[[Morrowind:Savant|Savant's]] dialogue from [[MW:Morrowind|Morrowind]]}} or the '''Telvanni Grazelands'''){{Ref|name=HK|Description of the [[ON:Hearthfire Kagouti|Hearthfire Kagouti]]}} were the pastoral heartland of {{Lore Link|Vvardenfell}}. On the northeastern corner of the island, these grasslands extended from the ancient stronghold of Falensarano north to the coast above {{Lore Link|Tel Vos}}. To the east, the Grazelands stretched to the coast and the islands of {{Lore Link|Zafirbel Bay}}, facing the {{Lore Link|Telvanni Peninsula}}. To the west, it was bounded by the forbidding steepness of the mountains of the {{Lore Link|Ashlands}}.
The flora of the Grazelands was dominated by [[Lore:Wickwheat|wickwheat]], and this is one of the few areas where it grew. There were trees spread sporadically around the landscape. [[Lore:Stoneflower|Stoneflower]] was the most frequently flowering plant. It was home to wild guar, alit and shalk. The south was dominated by [[Lore:Hackle-Lo|hackle-lo]] shrubs, whose leaves could be found across the island. It was also a region where, due to its scarce population, it was not uncommon to see {{Lore Link|Daedra}}, including [[Lore:Aureal|golden saints]] and [[Lore:ogrim|ogrim]], just walking around in the open.
Much of Grazelands was uninhabited and thus belonged to the Temple. The population of the Grazelands consisted of mostly nomadic {{Lore Link|Ashlanders}}. Other inhabitants included those who lived in Tel Vos and the nearby town of {{Lore Link|Vos}}, along with Master Aryon in the tower of {{Lore Link|House Telvanni|Telvanni}}.
Ashlander settlements in the area were the {{Lore Link|Ahemmusa Camp}} in the north and the {{Lore Link|Zainab Camp}} to the south. PresenceThe presence of Tel Vos and the proximity to the Telvanni homeland meant that this House was the most likely to make future claims in the region.<noinclude>
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