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Crossed by Veloth, who tamed its tumbling river, and rift by the creation of the Inner Sea, which shattered its mountains and linked the river to the Sea of Ghosts, Aanthirin has always had a central role in Morrowind's history. So too now that its status as Morrowind's crossroad has made it the focus of a bitter trade and territorial dispute between the dominant House Indoril and ascendant House Hlaalu. Divided between those houses, linked by Imperial trade interests and Temple authority, one thing is clear: though its river now flows gently and farms are abundant, Aanthirin itself has yet to be tamed. A Temple stronghold, Almas Thirr, sits in the middle of the region and regulates most of the province's trade. — Tamriel Rebuilt
Aanthirin Weather Table
Clear 35% Thunder 5%
Cloudy 25% Foggy 5%
Ash 0% Blight 0%
Overcast 15% Rain 15%
Snow 0% Blizzard 0%
Aanthirin
Map of the Aanthirin region

Aanthirin is a lush orange-green region in the Mournhold District of Morrowind. It contains Morrowind's largest lake, Lake Andaram, and is divided by the Thirr River as it flows out to the Inner Sea.

Its largest settlement is the city of Old Ebonheart, though Almas Thirr and Hlan Oek are the largest settlements in the "true" region (see notes). As the central region of Morrowind, Aanthirin has many borders; from north going clockwise to south they are: Azura's Coast, Sundered Scar, Alt Orethan, and Deshaan Plains. From south going clockwise to north they are: Thirr Valley, Armun Ashlands, Roth Roryn, Ascadian Bluffs, and Ascadian Isles.

Only the northeastern part is officially released.

Places[edit]

A list of places found in the Aanthirin region.

Settlements[edit]

Metropolises (Tier I)[edit]

  • Old Ebonheart — The main Imperial hub in Morrowind, built on the ruins of the historical Ebonheart.
    • Ebon Tower — The main Imperial hub in Morrowind, built on the ruins of the historical Ebonheart.

Villages (Tier IV)[edit]

  • Dondril — A farming village surrounded by a palisade, south of Old Ebonheart.
  • Vhul — An Indoril town known for brewing punavit.

Hamlets (Tier VI)[edit]

Dwellings[edit]

Caves[edit]

Daedric Ruins[edit]

Dwemer Ruins[edit]

Grottoes[edit]

Mines[edit]

Ships[edit]

Tombs[edit]

Unreleased Places[edit]

These places are planned, in development, or partially complete and available through TR_Preview. Due to the ever-changing nature of unreleased content, only major locations on the concept map are listed here.

Settlements[edit]

Towns (Tier III)[edit]

  • Almas Thirr
  • Hlan Oek

Villages (Tier IV)[edit]

  • Aimrah
  • Idathren
  • Indal-ruhn

Outposts (Tier V)[edit]

  • Nav Andaram
  • Oran Plantation
  • Roa Dyr

Hamlets (Tier VI)[edit]

  • Dassur-Kur Lookout
  • Hlaalu Ferry
  • Llaran Manor
  • Mundrethi Plantation
  • Passur-Sur Lookout
  • Pyr-Ilu Lookout
  • Rethil Manor
  • Rilsoan
  • Saveri Farm
  • Selyn Farmstead
  • Slave Market
  • Velonith Farmstead
  • Vyr-Moran Lookout
  • Vys-Ishra Lookout

Ancient Indoril Ruins[edit]

  • Tur Julan

Daedric Ruins[edit]

  • Andarannipal
  • Emmurbalpitu
  • Varashimmus

Dwemer Ruins[edit]

  • Bthungtch

Velothi Towers[edit]

  • Vys-Assanud

Notes[edit]

  • Technically, Old Ebonheart is in its own region to allow unique regional sound effects, but in all other ways it is part of Aanthirin and so is listed here.
  • This region was originally called Thirr River Valley. Before being renamed to Aanthirin, the name was almost changed to Middle Thirr instead.

See Also[edit]

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