Lore:Almalexia (city)

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Almalexia
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Morrowind

Almalexia was the largest and oldest city in Morrowind, named for Almalexia, one of Morrowind's patron deities and member of the Tribunal. The city was the capital of the province and the House Indoril District, and housed the Tribunal Temple. Almalexia was a truly ancient city, possibly predating the Dunmer themselves, and was rumored to be built over the ruins of a vast Dwarven city. However, there were no ruins visible on the surface. The rumor proved true in 3E 427 following the discovery of Bamz-Amschend beneath the city, with its vast domes and unique machines.[1]

Before the rise of Tiber Septim, the city was simply known as Mournhold. In response to Septim's rising greatness, Almalexia expanded the city, which (as a whole) was then renamed after her.[oog 1] The historic center of the city, containing the Tribunal Temple compound, retained the name of Mournhold.[1]

Almalexia disappeared from the city in 3E 427, amid rumors that she had been slain by the Nerevarine. In 4E 10, the city was sacked during the Argonian invasion, and the capital of Morrowind was moved to Blacklight.[2] By 4E 201, the last traces of Almalexia were being removed from the Temple, and the city was once again solely referred to as Mournhold.[3]

See Also

  • For game-specific information, see the Tribunal and ESO articles on Mournhold.

References

  1. ^ a b Events of Tribunal
  2. ^ Adril Arano's dialogue in Dragonborn
  3. ^ To Milore from NilaraNilara

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  1. ^ Zenimax Online Writer's Reddit AMA
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