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Leyawiin, Cyrodiil
Leyawinn aerial view
Leyawiin with the Great Chapel of Zenithar
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Location
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Location of Leyawiin in Cyrodiil
Government
Province Cyrodiil
Region Blackwood
Leader Count Marius Caro

Leyawiin is a fortified coastal city, and capital of County Leyawiin, in the Blackwood region of southern Cyrodiil. County Lewayiin is nestled around the Southern Nibenay Basin, bordered by Black Marsh to the east, Elsweyr to the west, and Topal Bay to the south.[1] Situated on the South Western bank of the Lower Niben Bay, the city of Leyawiin guards the passage up the Niben River from Topal Bay to the Imperial City.

DescriptionEdit

Pinned between the beastial provinces of Elsweyr and Black Marsh, the city of Leyawiin guards the vital passage up the River Niben from Topal Bay to the Imperial City. Leyawiin is a mighty fortress, with both tall stone walls and strong garrisons.

Leyawiin is a bright and cheerful, prosperous town in the midst of Blackwood swampy wildernesses. It contains wide, bright streets, large, comfortable houses, half-timbered or painted stucco of which many are colorful and not too dirty or weather-worn. There are trees and flowering shrubs everywhere, and peaceful plazas and ponds for quiet contemplation. Its population is made up significantly from those of Argonian and Khajiit descent and many other peoples making Leyawiin a melting-pot of cultures from throughout the Empire.

ClimateEdit

Leyawiin receives precipitation often, sometimes occurring daily. This is presumably weather systems coming off Topal Bay. This explains the ponds around town, and why the ground is grass, rather than paved.

Count and CountessEdit

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Leyawiin Banner

Marius Caro is Count Leyawiin and his recent bride; the lovely and cultivated Alessia Caro, is the daughter of the righteous and reliable Countess Arriana Valga of Chorrol. The Count and Countess are energetic supporters of Imperialisation and they work tirelessly to bring the traditional values of hard working, chapel going, and law abiding Nibenese Heartland Imperial culture to this frontier outpost.

The Chapel of Zenithar including the Count and Countess are partners in attempting to extend the benefits of Heartland Nibenese culture to the benighted frontier populations of Blackwood and the Lower Niben. Trade and industry are strong in Leyawiin, thanks to the patronage of Zenithar and notwithstanding the bandits troubling caravans and travellers along the Green Road through the recently annexed Trans-Niben.

PeopleEdit

Not all of the Beastial peoples in Leyawiin are as presentable and industrious as the members of the new competitor with Fighters Guild, the Blackwood Company. Some Argonians and Khajiit are to be seen in the streets at all hours, lounging and gossip. The town is mostly populated with Khajiit and Argonians as it is on the border between Elsweyr and Black Marsh.

LayoutEdit

The town itself lies with tall curtain walls on the west bank of the Niben. To the east through two gates lies the inner keep and Castle Leyawiin, straddling the deep channels of the river. The Chapel of Zenithar lies in the northwest, near the West Gate. All the shops, inns, and guilds lie south of the chapel, in the western half of the town, except for a fine bookstore and general trader north of the road traversing the town east-west from West Gate. The residential part of town runs along a single wide north-south boulevard, backed on the east by deep ponds created by impounding one of the meandering channels of the Niben.

Shops and guildsEdit

Leyawiin boasts the finest collection of shops and tradesmen in Cyrodiil outside of the Imperial City. Even the craftsman and trainers of the Fighters Guild and Mages Guild are of a certainly higher quality. Something worth mentioning is Southern Books, a bookstore owned by an Orc always stocking multiple copies of A Children's Annuad; a religious book appropriate for those ignorant of the mysteries of the faith and adapted to the meanest understanding.

Competitor of the Fighters GuildEdit

Recently, a new competitor of the Fighters Guild, a mercenary hiring hall called the Blackwood Company, has commenced operations here in a striking new building. They are notably staffed exclusively by Khajiit and Argonians and are lead by officers well spoken, polite, and deferential. They aggressively compete with the Fighters Guild for both price and service.

Points of interestEdit

People's homesEdit

QuestsEdit

These are quests which start in Leyawiin:

Whom Gods AnnoyEdit

People in Leyawiin report strange noises and smells coming from Rosentia Gallenus' house. She has accidentally acquired the Staff of the Everscamp, which produces a steady population of four scamps to follow the staff-bearer.

Mazoga the Orc Edit

Count Marius Caro in Castle Leyawiin wants to know why Mazoga the Orc won't leave his hall. He asks the Hero for help.

Knights of the White StallionEdit

After the Mazoga the Orc quest, the Count will offer another task. The objective here is to locate Black Brugo's location and kill him. Mazoga the Orc will accompany the Hero and tell them the location.

Tears of the SaviorEdit

A Khajiit named S'drassa asks the Hero of Kvatch to find Garridan's Tears. S'drassa enjoys collecting crystals, especially those of a magical nature, and is willing to pay a handsome amount of gold for each Tear recovered.

Fourth EraEdit

GalleryEdit

See alsoEdit

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

Locations (The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion)
Cities AnvilBravilBrumaCheydinhalChorrolImperial CityKvatchLeyawiinSkingrad
General Ayleid (Elven) RuinCampsCavesFort RuinMineLandmarkSettlementStableTavern
Special Daedric ShrineDoomstoneOblivion GateRune StoneWayshrine
Regions BlackwoodCity IsleColovian HighlandsGold CoastGreat ForestHeartlandsJerall MountainsNibenay BasinNibenay ValleyValus MountainsWaterfrontWest Weald
Shivering Isles Regions: The FringeManiaDementia
CitiesCampsCavesFort RuinsLandmarksSettlements

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