Lore:Solitude

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Solitude/Haafingar
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Skyrim
Hold Haafingar
Appears in Arena, Skyrim
Solitude circa 4E 201

Solitude (also known as Haafingar) is a major port city[1] on the northern coast of the province of Skyrim. It is famous for being the northernmost town in Tamriel and infamous as the seat of the so-called Wolf Queen, Potema.[2] Solitude was also ruled by King Mantiarco mostly before his marriage to Potema.[3] One of the stranger periods in Solitude's history was under Thoriz Pelagius Septim, who, among other things, was known for stripping nude during speeches.[4]

Over time, Solitude became one of the wealthiest cities and counties in Skyrim, and by the end of the Third Era it controlled most of the northern coastline of Skyrim after King Thian married Queen Macalla of Dawnstar.[1] Seeking to expand its influence even farther, Solitude annexed several Imperial fiefs, including the island of Roscrea (all of the fiefs had been ruled by the Empire since Uriel Septim V conquered them in 3E 271).[1] It later began to fund exploration into (and perhaps beyond) the Sea of Ghosts.[1]

Notes

  • Arena was originally conceived as a fighting game featuring a tournament that took the player to each of Tamriel's cities to challenge different gladiatorial teams. According to a file from that stage of development left behind in the final game, Solitude's gladiatorial team would have been called "the Ravagers".[oog 1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d Guia de Bolso do Império, 3º Edição: A Garganta do Mundo: SkyrimSociedade Geográfica Imperial, 3E 432
  2. ^ Brief History of the Empire, Part IIStronach k'Thojj III, Imperial Historian
  3. ^ The Wolf Queen, Book TwoWaughin Jarth
  4. ^ The Madness of PelagiusTsathenes

Nota: as seguintes referências não são encontradas no jogo. Elas são incluídas para providenciar um fundo mais sólido ao artigo, mas podem não refletir lore estabelecida.

  1. ^ Original TES: Arena texts at the Imperial Library