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|Home Town||Seyda Neen|
|Training||Long Blade (62)
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Elone is a Redguard scout and a Journeyman in the Blades. She can be found at Arrille's Tradehouse in Seyda Neen. As a scout in Vvardenfell, Elone is a good resource for information about various locations as well as good directions to these locales. Ask her about Balmora and she'll write you up some directions. She is one of the Blades Trainers that Caius Cosades will recommend to you, and if you ask her about it, she will give you a free copy of the Guide to Vvardenfell.
Elone wears a netch leather cuirass and a variety of common clothing, including a shirt, pants, shoes, skirt, and belt. She also carries a steel broadsword and up to 20 gold. Like all Redguards, she has a natural resistance to poison and disease, and can boost her health, strength, agility and endurance for a short period of time. Otherwise, she knows no spells.
Regarding Blades business, her duties consist of learning about Vvardenfell while keeping an eye on travelers passing through Seyda Neen.
- "Go ahead. You're not interrupting anything. I'm Elone, Scout. You need directions? Pelagiad? Balmora? Caldera? Ebonheart? Vivec?"
- "Welcome, %PCRank %PCName. Elone is my name. Scout is my trade. I'd be happy to share a little advice or Morrowind lore with a fellow blade. Or maybe you'd like to catch up on the latest rumors?"
- "Hello again %PCRank %PCName. Is this about my trade or are you here for a little advice? Or Morrowind lore? Or the latest rumors?"
- Argonian neighbors: "Native Dunmer regard Argonians as animals fit for slavery. Dunmer have always enslaved Argonians. The Empire protects Argonian human rights, but does not outlaw slavery in Morrowind."
- [Elone's Directions to Balmora has been added to your inventory.] "Balmora is the district street of House Hlaalu, and the largest settlement on Vvardenfell after Vivec City. Good roads lead north from here to Balmora, passing through Fort Pelagiad and Pelagiad village. From Balmora, road leads north to Ald'ruhn through the town of Caldera. Maybe I'd better write down the directions to Balmora for you. It's a long walk, and a little confusing."
- "All right. I'll repeat what I said. But pay attention. Balmora is the district seat of House Hlaalu, and the largest settlement on Vvardenfell after Vivec City. Good roads lead north from here to Balmora, passing Fort Pelagiad and Pelagiad village. From Balmora, roads lead north to Ald'ruhn trough the town of Caldera."
- "I'm a Blade, too, and I report to Caius, like you."
- "Yes, we heard Caius has been recalled. He said we'd still be forwarding our reports to him. I think he thought what you're doing was important -- whatever it is -- he didn't tell us -- and we weren't supposed to bother you."
- Blades Trainers:
- "Yes, I offer training, but only to Blades."
- "Normally I don't offer training, but since you're one of us, I'll just charge you for my time and effort. But the best way to learn is to teach yourself. Why don't I give you my old copy of 'Guide to Vvardenfell' If you're going to work with us here, you'd best know something about the land and the people."
- Caldera: "Caldera is a recently chartered mining town and mining corporation north of Balmora on the road to Ald'ruhn. The Caldera Mining Company has been granted an Imperial monopoly to remove raw ebony from the rich deposits here. Caldera is a new town, recently built in the Western Imperial style, and most of the citizens are outlanders and new colonists."
- Ebonheart: "Ebonheart is south on the road from Pelagiad, built on the western shore of the water-founded city of Vivec. Ebonheart is the seat of the Imperial government for Vvardenfell district, and a busy center of maritime trade. Castle Ebonheart is the home of Duke Vedam Dren, the district's ruler and Emperor's representative. Also located at Castle Ebonheart are the Vvardenfell District Council chambers and the Hawk Moth Legion garrison. The East Empire Company has its headquarters in Ebonheart."
- exotic armor types: "Fur armor is a light armor style popular among Nord barbarians. Dreugh is a remarkably strong Dunmer medium armor, made from Dreugh hide. But the most famous exotic armor is Dwemer, or Dwarvish armor, a highly ornate heavy armor valued as much for its rarity and antique craftsmanship as for its distinctive impact-absorbing qualities in combat."
- geography of Morrowind:
- "Most of Morrowind's people live the high hills and rich river valleys of central Morrowind, especially around the Inland Sea."
- "The rocky coasts and islands of northeast Morrowind has a few small settlements."
- "Western and south-central Morrowind is mountainous, with few settlements."
- "Southeast Morrowind is flat, wet, and warm like Black Marsh."
- "Morrowind sits on the northeast of Tamriel. To the north and east is the Sea of Cyrodiil. Black Marsh is to the south." . To the west is Skyrim. Southwest is
- geography of Vvardenfell:
- "Except for the settled southwest, Vvardenfell island is covered by hostile desert wastes, dry grasslands, and volcanic badlands, with a few small Ashlander camps here and there."
- "Vvardenfell was only recently opened to settlement and trade. Most of the island's population is in the southwest, centered on the ancient city of Vivec and the old Great House district centers at Balmora, Ald'ruhn, and Sadrith Mora."
- "Vvardenfell District is the island of Vvardenfell surrounded by the Inland sea. Vvardenfell is known for its giant volcano Red Mountain and its foul ash wastes."
- Imperial neighbors: "The Dunmer see Imperials as apes posing as civilized beings. The Dunmer respect Imperial cunning in creating organized armies from peasants, and admire their engineering and work ethnic, but they scorn their lack of honor and refinement, and they despise their mercantile greed and mongrelized culture."
- latest rumors: "Part of the time I keep an eye on who comes and goes here in Seyda Neen. But most of my job is learning the land. Morrowind has been a province for centuries, but we haven't really had access to Vvardenfell until the last decade or so. It's a wild place, and even the natives get lost once they get off the roads."
- medium armor styles: "The chain and scale medium armors of the Western 'Imperial guard' style offer less protection than the heavy iron and steel plate armors of the Legions, but with a considerable advantage in mobility. The Dunmer bonemold medium armor is generally lighter and more durable than its Western equivalent. The most prized of medium armor, Orcish, is limited in availability and very expensive, but markedly superior, and is the medium armor of choice for nobles and mercenaries in both the West and the East."
- Morrowind's neighbors:
- 'Dunmer dislike their Nord neighbors to the west. In the past, Nords raided and occupied Morrowind, and today the Nords still have a greedy eye on Morrowind's borders."
- "Morrowind's Dunmer strongly dislike their Imperial neighbors to the southwest, who conquered and occupied their land. They despise their Argonian neighbors to the south, thinking them fit only for slavery."
- "Morrowind's Dunmer dislike all foreigners, and think they're racially inferior."
- Nord neighbors: "The Dunmer see Nords as dangerous savages dressed up as civilized people. The Dunmer say everything good about the Nords is borrowed from the Dunmer. Greed, violence, primitive religion, and treacherous history are all you can expect from Nords."
- Pelagiad: "Pelagiad is a newly chartered Imperial village on the road north from Vivec to Balmora, right on the western edge of the Ascadian Isles region. The village is right outside the Imperial Legion garrison at Fort Pelagiad. The houses and shops are built in the Western Imperial style, and Pelagiad looks more like a village in the western Empire than a Morrowind setllement."
- specific place: "Pelagiad is the next town up the road. Cross the bridge out of town and just stay on the road. From Pelagiad, take the road north to Balmora and Caldera, or east to Ebonheart and Vivec. If you have the cash, and are in a hurry, or afraid of getting lost, take the silt strider to Balmora or Vivec. Speak to Darvame Hleran at the silt strider landing, across the bridge and south along the shore. And if you plan to travel widely, get a copy of 'Guide to Vvardenfell' from Arrille. It's got maps."
- Vivec: "Vivec City is south on the road from Pelagiad. Vivec is the largest settlement on Vvardenfell, and one of the largest cities in the East. Built on Norvayn Bay, completely surrounded by water, the city itself is a group of giant town-sized buildings called 'cantons'. The High Fane and the palace of Vivec are visited by hundreds of tourists and pilgrims daily. Outlanders mostly confine themselves to the Foreign Canton, while natives live, work, and shop in the Great House compounds and residential cantons."