Lore:Suran

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Suran
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Morrowind
Region Ascadian Isles
Appears in Morrowind, ESO
Suran circa 3E 427
Suran circa 2E 582

Suran was a medium-sized town situated on the eastern coast of Lake Masobi, within the Ascadian Isles. The town was constructed by the Hlaalu Construction Syndic in the mid-Second Era, having been contracted by House Redoran;[1] although some sources indicate that the original settlement had been built long before then.[2] Its architecture resembled a typical Hlaalu market town, complete with a watchtower and a small temple. House Redoran originally controlled the town, but it was later taken over by House Hlaalu.[1][3] During the late Third Era it served as the northern headquarters for Hlaalu slavers doing business with nearby plantations. Suran also functioned as a stopover for pilgrims and adventurers heading northeast into the Molag Amur region and Mount Kand.[3]

Notes[edit]

  • The settlement has been in existence since at least 1E 1056.[2]

See Also[edit]

  • For game-specific information, see the Morrowind and ESO articles.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hlaalu Construction SyndicManaran Renim, First Clerk of House Affairs, Vvardenfell
  2. ^ a b Imbel Genealogy
  3. ^ a b Events of Morrowind
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