I don’t know what it is about this place in the north of Summerset. Joined a party that wanted to find out what happened to his family here, and ended up in the murky underground and a story worthy of lovecraftian fiction.
Still, I love this place. It’s abandoned and there’s moss growing all over the place. It’s also distinctly un-Summerset like. But it is peaceful. I revisit it time and again. And if I tire of the solitude (rare but not unheard of), I can always re-join them at the campfire.
Oh. That’s where the name came from.
Ebon Sanctum in Summerset is a gorgeous, otherworldly place I would visit over and over, if only it were not sooooo confusing to get there.
Does the sun set in Artaeum? I haven’t noticed. Too distracted by the light.
Artaeum is gorgeous.
Inozuka relishes the early mornings in Ald’ruhn. There’s a vague uneasy peace mingled with the smoke of the bonfire, signalling the day has just begun.
Rivenspire is a wondrous place – mixed terrain, lots of landmarks and identifiable sights. And for a brief moment, we meet the very charming Count Verandis Ravenwatch. I miss him.
When Inozuka travels in Vvardenfell and make a pit-stop near Vos, she makes sure to drop in on her favourite music family who stations themselves atop a treehouse. They are silent in their reverie and she can have her meal in peace.
(Seriously if someone can give me a backstory on how and why they are here and posed this way, that’ll be great. Maybe there’s a note somewhere; I can’t remember.)
Someone thought Crow’s Wood was great (as do I), and made a reading nook on one of its isles. So cosy, skulls notwithstanding!