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Cities & Villages
- The White Hall, on a dresser in the Jarl's Chambers.
- Dengeir's House, on a dresser to the left, between the two beds.
- Understone Keep, on a shelf in the Jarl's Quarters.
- Understone Keep, Calcemo's Laboratory, on a stone table in the same room as the larceny trophy, the Dwemer Puzzle Cube.
- Black-Briar Manor, on a shelf in the northeast room on the upper floor.
- The Ratway Warrens, on an end table in Esbern's hideout.
- Bards College, on a bookshelf in the northeastern classroom on the upper floor.
- Blue Palace, after going up the stairs, on a table in the left corridor.
- Proudspire Manor, on a shelf in the dining room on the third floor.
- Dragonsreach, on a shelf in Farengar Secret-Fire's study.
- Dragonsreach Jarl's Quarters, on a shelf in the last room to the right after going up the stairs.
- House Gray-Mane, on a shelf on the gallery above the northern entrance.
- East Empire Company Office, at the end of Rise in the East, upon returning, there will be a bookshelf with the book straight ahead.
- Niranye's House, on a shelf in the bedroom straight ahead.
- Palace of the Kings upstairs, up the stairs on a shelf in the first room on the left.
- Burguk's Longhouse in Dushnikh Yal, on a dresser in the northern area.
- Castle Volkihar Keep, on a shelf in the first room to the left.
- College of Winterhold, The Arcanaeum, on a table at the inner circle wall, to the right as you enter.
- Cracked Tusk Vault, on a shelf in the first room to the right.
- Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary, on a shelf at the right wall in the first room.
- Fellglow Keep, on a shelf in the working area, to the left of the workbench.
- Nightcaller Temple, on a bookstand in the first room, before the hidden passage.
- Thalmor Embassy, Elenwen's Solar, on a shelf in the northwest room of the ground floor.
- The Katariah, during or after the quest Hail Sithis!, on an end table in the bedroom.
|Lost Legends of Skyrim
The history of Skyrim is vast, predating even the most ancient records of man and mer. Much has been lost, fallen to the ravages of war or the turning of the ages. But nothing is ever truly forgotten. Where no records exist, legends and folk tales offer us a key to the past, a way to piece together truths half-remembered in the minds of men.
For generations, the people of Morthal have told whispered tales of the Pale Lady, a ghostly woman who wanders the northern marshes, forever seeking her lost daughter. Some say she steals children who wander astray, others that her sobbing wail strikes dead all those who hear it. But behind these tales may lie a kernel of truth, for ancient records speak of 'Aumriel', a mysterious figure Ysgramor's heirs battled for decades, and finally sealed away.
Reachmen tell the story of Faolan 'Red-Eagle', an ancient king who rallied his people and drove back the armies of Cyrodiil with a flaming sword. Though accounts vary, they too seem to be based on an underlying truth: the imperial chronicles of Empress Hestra mention a rebel leader of that era who was eventually cornered and slain in battle, at the cost of a full legion of men.
But some tales prove far harder to analyze. Among scholars, perhaps the best known is the 'Forbidden Legend' of the Archmage Gauldur.
In the dawning days of the First Era, the story goes, there lived a powerful wizard by the name of Gauldur. Wise and just, he was well-known in the courts of King Harald and the jarls of Skyrim, and his aid and counsel were sought by man and mer alike.
And then he was murdered. Some say one of his sons killed him, others that King Harald, jealous of his power, gave the order. But Gauldur's three sons fled into the night, pursued by a company of Harald's best warriors and the Lord Geirmund, the king's personal battlemage.
A great chase ensued, from the wilds of the Reach to the glacial north. One brother is said to have perished in the ruins of Folgunthur, at the foot of Solitude. The others were run to ground soon thereafter. And once it was done, King Harald ordered every record of their murders destroyed, and Gauldur's name and deeds were struck from the rolls of history.
Even today, few sources remain, and no bard will tell the tale. But perhaps the truth yet remains in some ancient ruin, waiting to be unearthed. For nothing is ever truly forgotten.
|The White Hall|
|The Ratway Warrens|
|Dragonsreach Jarl's Quarters|
|East Empire Company Office|
|Palace of the Kings upstairs|
|Castle Volkihar Keep|
|College of Winterhold, The Arcanaeum|
|Cracked Tusk Vault|
|Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary|
|Thalmor Embassy, Elenwen's Solar|