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"The Ayleid ruins of Dwynnarth that grin down from the bluffs above Hag Fen were plundered and emptied out generations ago. But it seems there are forgotten mine tunnels beneath the lowest levels of Dwynnarth that might not be quite so empty."
―Spindleclutch Loading Screen

Dwynnen, otherwise known as Dwynnarth,[1] is a city located near the Hag Fen marshes, on the road between Camlorn and Crosswych. The city is also the ruling stronghold in the Dwynnen kingdom of the Iliac Bay.

  • Dwynnarth circa 2E 582.
  • Dwynnen circa 3E 405.


Dwynnarth was originally an Ayleid settlement. The crippled ruins have no entrance to the inner ruins other than Spindleclutch. The city was built on a cliff overlooking the Iliac Bay. Towards the cliff is a long walk from the ruins to the edge.


First EraEdit

A man from Dwynnen named Cassyr Whitley served Vivec during the Four Score War. He would later be branded a hero for his services.[2]

Second EraEdit

Main article: Dwynnarth Ruins

During the Alliance War, the region of Glenumbra suffered from two opposing forces, the Bloodthorn Cult and the Red Rook Bandits. In order to fulfill their wishes, the two tried to form an alliance. The Lion Guard luckily caught wind of this by capturing a Red Rook messenger. They tasked the Vestige into stopping the alliance. Eventually, the alliance dissolved.[3]

The ruins of Spindleclutch, located beneath Dwynnarth, have been known to be one of the most dangerous places in Glenumbra. The Undaunted tasked the Vestige into traveling into Spindleclutch and discovering the source of Deadly Whispers.[4]

Third EraEdit

Main article: Dwynnen (City)

During the Warp in the West, Dwynnen was the seat of the barony of Dwynnen. The religious deity in the city is Julianos.[5]

Legend has it that at one point, Dwynnen was once ruled by a lich and his army of undead monsters. Othrok was blessed by the gods and was given an army of men and animals to defeat the lich at the Battle of Wightmoor. Archivists came to the conclusion this was around 3E 253.[6]

In 3E 267, the Camoran Usurper moved towards the city of Dwynnen with his army. Dwynnen was backed with the forces of Ykalon, Phrygias, and Kambria. This battle would later be known as the Battle of Firewaves. This battle marked the end of the Camoran Usurper and his reign across Tamriel.[6]


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