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"We of Evermore welcome you into our walls. Many have called this their home. Remember this, lest you forget who you face in the world outside..."
―Description in Arena[src]

Evermore is a city in eastern High Rock that's located along the Bjoulsae River. Evermore is a kingdom in the Western Reach and to a large extent the entirety of The Reach. The city has dealt with constant harassment from the Reachmen.

By gameEdit



Evermore is a large city located along the Bjoulsae River between High Rock and Hammerfell. There are two gates of the city, one to the west that leads to Stormhaven and the Bjoulsae Bridge, and the one to the east which leads to the Viridian Woods and the rest of Bangkorai. The Castle is located on the upper hill to the south while the docks are located downward to the river. South of the docks is the marketplace, east of that is the cemetery and south of that is the town square.


First EraEdit

In 1E 983, Evermore was founded by the River House Bretons along the Bjoulsae River after the Siege of Orsinium opened up the Bjoulsae River. This fact wouldn't have been discovered if House Guimard's records didn't exist. House Guimard has been an aristocratic house that has been around the Evermore area long before Evermore's inception. After learning about Evermore's founding, heroes of House Guimard arrived in Evermore including Baron-Captain Olsien Guy Mard of the All Flags Navy, Baronness Falinne Guimard who defended Bangkorai Garrison against the Alessian Order in 1E 2260, and Baron Fulvert Guimard.[1]

The local palace was made from slabs of granite from a quarry in Markarth[2]. The locals have worshipped Saint Pelin who was a hero in the first era and also a clergyman in the Bangkorai Garrison[3].

Second EraEdit

Main article: Evermore (Online)

In 2E 541, the king of Evermore, King Heseph of House Moile died without an heir when Durcorach the Black Drake sacked the city after a three-day siege.[4] Duke Blaise Guimard led the Knights of Saint Pelin into retaking the city from the Black Drake. After the battle, Blaise took over as King of Evermore.[1] After the death of Durcorach, the cities of Camlorn, Daggerfall, Evermore, Shornhelm, Wayrest formed the first Daggerfall Covenant.[5]

Sometime later, Blaise sided with High King Emeric of Cumberland during King Ranser's War. For his contribution in the war, Blaise's son, Prince Eamond Guimard was given Princess Arzhela's hand in marriage. When Blaise died in Ranser's War, Eamond was made King of Evermore with Arzhela as his queen. They had two children, Princess Elara and Prince Adrien.[1]

In 2E 582, the city of Evermore was attacked by the Reachman again. This attack has left a major impact on Evermore. King Eamond died along with Prince Adrien and Princess Elara went missing in the Viridian Woods. When the Vestige arrives in Evermore, members of the Daggerfall Covenant held back the Dark Witnesses Reachman outside Evermore. Arzhela tasked the Vestige into investigating anything suspicious.

Third EraEdit

Main article: Evermore (Arena)

During the Imperial Simulacrum, Evermore was a city-state. The Eternal Champion had at one point visited the city in their quest to retrieve a piece of the Staff of Chaos.

During the Warp in the West, Evermore is one of the eight de jure kingdoms in High Rock along with Daggerfall, Camlorn, Wayrest, Shornhelm, Northpoint, Fharun, and Jehanna[6].



  • When Arena was going to be a tournament-based game, Evermore's team was known as the War Knights.[OOG 1]



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