The Padomaic Ocean encompasses all of mainland Tamriel. The continent of Akavir lies across the Padomaic Ocean to the east, and the continent of Atmora lies across the Sea of Ghosts to the north. The Padomaic Ocean meets the Eltheric Ocean in the west.
O Branco é uma Região com formato de bota no norte de Skyrim, uma das 4 conhecidas popularmente como as Regiões Antigas. Essa Região é um terreno baldio coberto por vastos campos de gelo e neve, montanhas dispersas e florestas de pinheiros. Se alonga do centro de Skyrim até o litoral norte. O Lago Yorgrim marca o canto leste, enquanto a capital Estrela D'alva é um porto movimentado encontrado no litoral norte. O formato distintivo de bota desta região se deve ao fato de curvar-se ao longo de uma montanha, assim formando a borda com Winterhold.
The Pale Pass is a secluded pass through the Jerall Mountains on the Cyrodiil-Skyrim border. A ruined Imperial fort can be found in the pass. The flora is similar to the rest of the mountain range, and a tribe of ogres inhabit the area. A cobbled road winds its way through the pass, and many small frozen lakes culminate in the lowest parts of the valley. The easiest way to get to and from the pass on the Cyrodiil side is to go through a natural cave system located north of Bruma, named the Serpent's Trail by the Akaviri. The pass emerges into Falkreath Hold on the Skyrim side, near the settlements of Helgen and Neugrad Watch.
The Panther River rises in southeastern Cyrodiil, close to the border with Black Marsh, and flows mainly westwards until passing through a large meander into Niben Bay. "The Mouth of the Panther", as the river's delta is dramatically known, contains many jagged rocks notorious for destroying ships.
Sea of Pearls
The Sea of Pearls are the waters south of the island group of Yokuda, roughly at the equator, found far to the west of Hammerfell's coast. The Sea of Pearls is part of the Eltheric Ocean.
Pelagiad was a small settlement in the Ascadian Isles region of Morrowind, on the island of Vvardenfell.
In 2E 582, a garrison was maintained in Pelagiad by the Ebonheart Pact. After Vvardenfell was opened for settlement in 3E 414, Fort Pelagiad was built by the Imperial Legion and House Hlaalu to guard the roads between Vivec, Balmora and Seyda Neen. Legion veterans began to build farms around the fort, and several shops were set up as the village grew. The town was officially chartered, and noted for its Western architecture resembling that of a High Rock village. By 3E 427, the settlement boasted a tavern, tradehouse, blacksmith and Imperial Cult services. Following the destruction caused during the Red Year of 4E 5, Pelagiad was likely destroyed.
Pell's Gate is a settlement located east of the White Rose River in the Heartlands of Cyrodiil. It can be found where the Red Ring Road joins with the Green Road, in the region known as the North Weald.
Before the Alliance War of 2E 582, Pell's Gate was seemingly a well-established town. However, Legion patrols became less frequent when war broke out, and bandits began to threaten the town and raid its livestock. It was eventually overrun by the Homestead bandit clan from the nearby ruins of Fort Homestead, who then destroyed and occupied the settlement. Several of the townsfolk managed to escape, and fled to the town of Vlastarus.
By the late Third Era, Pell's Gate was only a collection of shacks. At some point, a Bosmer girl from the village named Lenwin came into possession of the Umbra Sword. The sword caused her to grow bloodthirsty, and she began calling herself Umbra after the sword. Eventually she departed Pell's Gate to join a group of mercenaries, before ultimately returning to the area and taking up residence in the nearby Ayleid ruins of Vindasel. In 3E 433, Clavicus Vile tasked the Champion of Cyrodiil with tracking down the sword, which resulted in Lenwin's death. During the Oblivion Crisis later that year, farmers from Pell's Gate were recruited by the Imperial Legion to close a nearby Oblivion Gate. After the Gate was destroyed, the fortifications that surrounded it grew into the town of Ione. By 4E 40, the towns of Sweetwater and Easterbridge had also sprung up in close proximity to Pell's Gate.
Pellitine (também conhecida como Pa'alatiin e Pelletine) foi um reino ao sul de Tamriel que se juntou a seu rival Anequina em 2E 309 para formar a província de Elsweyr. Era localizada no sul da província de Elsweyr. Durante a Primeira Era, Pellitine foi um dos portos que negociava com a Cidade Imperial.
O único governante conhecido do reino foi Eshita, que casou com Keirgo, governante de Anequina, para fixar uma aliança e formar Elsweyr.
Em 4E 115, um golpe fundado pelo Thalmor dissolveu a Confederação de Elsweyr. No lugar dela, os reinos de Anequina e Pelletine foram recriados e se tornar estados-cliente do terceiro Domínio Aldmeri.
Phrygias was a barony on the western coast of High Rock (in the Iliac Bay region). It existed in the late First Era, as well as in the late Third Era. It was surrounded by Ykalon to the south, Urvaius and Dwynnen to the east, and the Wrothgarian Mountains to the north. The Garlythi clan was the predominant vampire bloodline, and the regional deity was Stendarr. The provincial seat was the city of Phrygias. Phrygias was one of the primary members of a coalition that fought and defeated the forces of the Camoran Usurper in the massive Battle of Firewaves.
Pinnacle Rock is the home of the Mazken in the Shivering Isles, located in Dementia at the southern tip of the Madgod's Boot. This is the Mazken's most sacred place, as it contains the Wellspring of the Mazken. The souls of the fallen are called from the Waters of Oblivion to the Font of Rebirth by use of ceremonial chimes. The stronghold was a gift from Lord Sheogorath, and no mortals are usually permitted inside its sacred halls.
In 3E 433 Pinnacle Rock was invaded by Order. This was rumored to have been caused by the subterfuge of Syl, a previous Duchess of Dementia who had been converted to a Priestess of Order in the coming Greymarch, although this conflicts with the rumors of her assassination. The effects of this infiltration was devastating on the realm's army. Order crystals covered the Wellspring, drying up its waters and turning the Mazken to stone. Sheogorath's Champion, who had been granted access to the stronghold to fight the invading Knights of Order, was able to shatter the crystals around the Wellspring and restore the Mazken, who were then able to defeat the remaining forces of Order.
The Pits is a realm of Oblivion, created and ruled over by Peryite, the Daedric Prince of Pestilence. Here, Peryite guards the lowest orders of Oblivion. The realm resembles the Deadlands, with lava seas, volcanic islands and ruined structures. The realm is usually completely inaccessible to mortals, but there have been several exceptions.
Plaza Brindisi Dorom
The Plaza Brindisi Dorom occupies the southernmost quadrant of Mournhold. It is a public garden dominated by a great statue at its center.
The plaza is named after Indoril Brindisi Dorom, the duke of Mournhold who was killed when Mehrunes Dagon destroyed the city in 1E 2920.
The southwest gate leads to Godsreach, the southeast gate to the Great Bazaar, and the Gates of Symmachus to the outside world.
In 2E 582, both the Fighters Guild and the Mages Guild had their guildhalls on the Plaza.
After the events that occur during the Fabricant assault on the Plaza, the statue of Almalexia and Mehrunes Dagon in the center of the square is torn asunder, revealing an entrance to the Dwemer Ruins of Bamz-Amschend.
Lake Poppad is a small, isolated lake in the forested wilderness of the Nibenay Basin region of Cyrodiil. It is north of the Corbolo River's source, southwest of Cheydinhal, and far to the east of the Imperial City and the Red Ring Road. A shrine to Vaermina is on its northeastern shore. Nirnroot has been known to grow on its banks. It originally fed a tributary of the Reed River circa 2E 582, although this stream had seemingly dried up by 3E 433.
Pothago was a small duchy on the western coast of Hammerfell, in the Iliac Bay region. It was surrounded by Myrkwasa to the east and Kairou to the south. The Redguards who lived here had declared no official or predominate deity. The duchy's capital was the city of Pothago. The Selenu clan was the predominant vampire bloodline in the region.
After the Warp in the West, Pothago came under the dominion of Sentinel.
Pyandonea is an island-continent located to the far southwest of Tamriel which is home to the elusive Maormer, who had been exiled there by the ancient Aldmer during the days of Aldmeris. The island is covered mostly in dense rain forests which provides a habitat for the southern water spirits. It was also marshy, and full of insects. The Maormeri practice a powerful form of snake magic which they use to tame the sea serpents of Pyandonea for use as mounts and warbeasts. King Orgnum, famous for his coffer, was from this land. Pyandonea translates to "The Veil of Mist", and according to legend, Orgnum and his followers were banished to this place after he tried to lead a rebellion against the Aldmer, and an impenetrable mist would forever keep them from Aldmeris. However, this mist would not keep them from targeting Summerset and southwestern Tamriel.