Lore:Bravil

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Bravil
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Cyrodiil
Region Nibenay Valley
Appears in Oblivion
Bravil
Bravil's flag, displaying their city crest

Bravil is a squalid town located on the banks of the Niben Bay, south of the Imperial City. The Larsius River passes through and wraps around the town, as the Green Road curves around it.

Bravil is described as one of the poorest towns in Cyrodiil.[1] Houses are built like shacks, being wooden and stacked upon each other. The Larsius River that runs through the town serves as Bravil's sewers. Because of its location on the bay's shore and the marshes and swamps that surround it, the climate is damp. The Lucky Old Lady, a statue which once stood in a square east of Bravil's Great Chapel, served as Bravil's most famous structure. The statue was erected some time in the First Era and is an object of tales speculating its origin.[2] The statue was destroyed by rioters in 4E 188.[3]

The settlement has likely been in existence since at least 1E 1152.[4] It is known that Ayleids once lived in the region before the town was established.[2] The Alessian Army attacked the Ayleids in the First Era, the army being led by the Empress Alessia's centurion Teo Bravillius Tasus.[2] After discovering the Ayleid's ability to use Alteration type magic to defend themselves, Tasus managed to defeat them.[2] Because of his success, the town owes its name to Tasus. County Bravil rebelled against the Empire following the Oblivion Crisis of 3E 433 and briefly became an independent city-state. Bravil warred with Leyawiin, which had also gained independence, until the two counties were subdued by Emperor Titus Mede.[5]

References

  1. ^ Guide to BravilAlessia Ottus
  2. ^ a b c d Bravil: Daughter of the NibenSathyr Longleat
  3. ^ Diário de Cicero - Volume 2Cicero
  4. ^ Imbel Genealogy
  5. ^ Livros:A Cidade InfernalGregory Keyes