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"Named after the first king of the Wood Elves, Arenthia is regal in bearing and noble in stature."
Description in Arena

Arenthia is the northernmost city of Valenwood sitting along the Strid River near the borders to Cyrodiil and Elsweyr. The city is built in the Colovian style along with Khajiit housing. The naming of the city came from the first king of the Wood Elves[1]. The city is also known for producing Vintage Red Wine desired all over Tamriel.[2]


The city is built on the Strid River on the Northern End of Reaper's March. The city is also where the Crescent River starts as it goes downward through the border of Valenwood and Elsweyr. Arenthia is separated into four separate districts. The Market District where the Fighters Guild, Mages Guild, and the docks are located. The Residential District is where homes and the inn are located. The Temple District is where the Temple of the Divines are located and the Tower District are where the towers are. To the north of Arenthia, is a gate to Cyrodiil which may lead to the West Weald and Skingrad.


Second EraEdit

Main article: Arenthia (Online)

In 2E 582, a Colovian Army lead by Javad Tharn and the Dark Mane assaulted the city. The Arenthian Resistance with the help of the Aldmeri Dominion drove back the Colovian Invaders, however the Stonefire Cult a dedicated cult to Molag Bal planned to build a Dark Anchor to bring devastation upon the March. In the end, the Eyes of the Queen and the Moon Hallowed defeated the Dark Mane restoring the Mane Akkhuz-ri back to sanity.

Third EraEdit

Main article: Arenthia (Arena)

In the Third Era, Haymon Camoran otherwise known as the Camoran Usurper began his growing conquest at the city of Arenthia.[3] At one point in the Eternal Champion's quest for the Staff of Chaos, they've arrived at the city of Arenthia.



  • When Arena was going to be a Tournament based game, Arenthia's team was known as the Huntsmen.[OOG 1]

By GameEdit



  1. Information from Arena
  2. Dialogue from Malborn
  3. The Fall of the Usurper
Notice: The following are out-of-game references. They are not found in any in-game books, but can still be considered part of The Elder Scrolls lore and are included for completeness.
  1. Go Blades

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