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Old Mournhold is a location found in The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal.
It is the ruins of the ancient city on which the whole of Mournhold was later built. It is a large complex of underground tunnels and ancient ruins located under the city of Mournhold in Morrowind. Old Mournhold can be accessed from many trapdoors throughout the city. It is a very large labyrinthine series of sewers, tunnels, tombs and ruins. Several groups of assassins, bandits, Goblins and undead can be found within.
Old Mournhold, is said to be built over even older Dwemer ruins and Daedric shrines. At one point, Main-land Ebonheart and Mournhold were a combined city-state. It was ruled by Clan Ra'athim, whose royal house held the High Kingship of Morrowind. It was then split into the two separate city-states when Queen Lian's twin sons were left as joint heirs.
During the end of the First Era, Mournhold was known to be the capital of Morrowind. The Royal city of Old Mournhold was destroyed in 1E 2920 by the Daedric Prince Mehrunes Dagon. Almalexia and Sotha Sil were too late to prevent it's destruction, although, they succeeded in banishing Mehrunes Dagon back to Oblivion.
There are four main areas: the Sewers, the Temple Sewers, the dwemer ruin of Bamz-Amschend and the daedric ruins of Norenen-dur.
These are large areas joined by sinuous corridors, often flooded ankle-deep, The further one delves deep into the sewers, the more likely to encounter hostile beings.
The Residential Sewers lie beneath Godsreach. It can be accessed through trapdoors outside in Godsreach, or inside some of the buildings here.
- Old Mournhold: Residential Sewers
- Old Mournhold: Forgotten Sewer
- Old Mournhold: Teran Hall
- Old Mournhold: Teran Hall, East Bldg
The West Sewers are a maze-like area accessible from the Palace Sewers or the Residential Sewers.
- Old Mournhold: Battlefield
- Old Mournhold: City Gate
- Old Mournhold: Armory Ruins
- Old Mournhold: Residential Ruins
- Old Mournhold: Tears of Amun-Shae
- Old Mournhold: Moril Manor Courtyard
- Old Mournhold: Moril Manor East Building
- Old Mournhold: Moril Manor, North Building
The Bazaar Sewers can be reached from the Great Bazaar through a trapdoor. Doors lead to the Manor District and the Palace Sewers.
The Temple SewersEdit
These sections of the sewers is beneath and reachable from Mournhold Temple. It seems to contain, scattered through-out, many half buried ancient buildings. Many underground, maze-like tunnels and caverns form this very large area. The Temple sewers is one of the few places where Adamantium Ore can be mined.
Dwemer ruin of Bamz-AmschendEdit
- Hall of Winds
- Hall of Wails
- King's Walk
- Passage of the Walker
- Passage of Whispers
- Radac's Forge
- Skybreak Gallery
Daedric ruin of Norenen-durEdit
From Bamz-Amschend, this Daedric shrine can be accessed:
- The Grand Stair
- The Teeth that Gnash
- Citadel of Myn Dhrur
- Basilica of Divine Whispers
- The Wailingdelve
- Hunt the Dark Brotherhood
- The Goblin Army
- The Shrine of the Dead
- Evidence of Conspiracy
- Investigate Bamz-Amschend
- Barilzar's Mazed Band
- The Blade of Nerevar
Plaza Brindisi DoromEdit
- Ancestor Ghosts
- Khash-Ti Dhrur
- Ogrim Titan
- Storm Atronach
- Golden Saint
- Winged Twilight
- Khash-Ti Dhrur
- Flame Atronach
- Frost Atronach