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"Camlorn, Jewel of the West, greets thee weary traveler and bids thee welcome to our city-state"
―Description in Arena[src]

Camlorn otherwise known as Camlarn is a large city known as the "Jewel of the West"[OOG 1] in the western coast of High Rock. Camlorn was once a Nordic city but was then assimilated into the Breton Kingdoms[1]


Camlorn is situated between a small mountain, anything around is below it and the city escalates upwards to the Castle. The city is divided into two districts with the main one going through the center and the smaller one that goes towards the side.


Second EraEdit

The city of Camlorn was founded in 2E 302, where it was the center of a kingdom also known as Camlorn. In 2E 541, Durcorach the Black Drake and a horde of Reachman attacked the city of Camlorn. After the defeat of the Reachman, the cities of Camlorn, Daggerfall, Evermore, Shornhelm, and Wayrest signed the very first Daggerfall Covenant[2].

In 2E 582, Camlorn was ruled by Duke Sebastien. Unfortunately, the city was attacked by Faolchu and a Werewolf army. With the combined forces of the Vestige, Daggerfall Covenant, and the Lion Guard they were able to defeated Faolchu the Reborn and were also one step closer to defeating the Bloodthorn Cult and Angof the Gravesinger.

Third EraEdit

In 3E 63, the soon to be Emperor Pelagius Septim II came to Camlorn in quest of love for Quintilla, daughter of King Vulstaed. She was considered the most beautiful princess in Tamriel. She would later become Pelagius Septim II's wife[3].

During the Imperial Simulacrum, the Eternal Champion visited Camlorn in search of a piece of the Staff of Chaos. They spoke with a priest of the Brotherhood of Seth who asked if they could retrieve a map fragment at the Mines of Khuras in exchange for the location of the staff. The fragment was returned and the Eternal Champion went on to the Crypt of Hearts to find the piece of the staff.

In 3E 432, Princess Kelmena, the daughter of Duke Senhyn of Camlorn married Prince Camaron of Daggerfall. This suggested a unified kingdom along the western Tamriel coast[1].



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

By GameEdit



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. 1.0 1.1 Go Blades

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