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There have been many locations that have reappeared in different games like in Skyrim for example. More will come... Eventually... Edit: I've decided to change the focus to locations that originated from Arena and Daggerfall to what they are now. Now I'm gonna progress through the main series games.

Cyrodiil/Imperial Province

Skyrim

  • Whiterun - Whiterun has appeared in both Arena and Skyrim as a city. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Falkreath - Falkreath has appeared in both Arena and Skyrim. It was originally called Falcrenth in Arena.(Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Winterhold - Winterhold has appeared in both Arena and Skyrim as a city. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Markarth - Markarth has appeared in both Arena and Skyrim. In Arena, it was a small settlement near Solitude and in Skyrim, it appears as a City. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Solitude - Solitude has appeared in both Arena and Skyrim. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Riverwood - Riverwood was a minor settlement in both Arena and Skyrim. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Dragon Bridge - D.B. was a minor settlement in both Arena and Skyrim. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Karthwasten - Karthwasten was originally Karthwasten Hall in the borders on High Rock and Skyrim. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Heljarchen - H.H. was originally a small settlement known as Helarchen Creek. (Arena), (Hearthfire)
  • Stonehills - Stonehills was a bigger settlement in Arena rather than in Skyrim. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Snowhawk - Snowhawk was originally a city but was replaced by Markarth Side. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Sungard - Sungard was originally a town in Arena but a fort in Skyrim. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Greymoor - Greymoor was originally Black Moor: A settlement in Arena to a fort. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Neugrad - Neugrad was originally Neugrad Watch: A settlement in Arena to a fort. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Dunstad - Dunstad was originally Dunstad Grove: A settlement in Atena to a fort. An Inn still appears in Skyrim's Fort Dunstad, It's called the Stumbling Sabrecat. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Labyrinthian - The Labyrinthian was a large dungeon in Arena where a piece of the Staff of Chaos was located. (Arena), (Skyrim)
  • Vernim Woods - Originally a settlement in Arena, it's now a woodland area in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Nimalten - Originally called Nimalten City, the town was featured in Online. (Arena), (Online)

Hammerfell

  • Dragonstar - Dragonstar has appeared in Arena and Shadowkey as a city while it was a mining town in Online. (Arena), (Shadowkey), (Online)
  • Elinhir - Elinhir has appeared in both Arena and Online as a city. (Arena), (Online)
  • Belkarth - Belkarth has appeared as a town in both Arena and Online. In Arena, it was known as Belkarth Guard. (Arena), (Online)
  • Ephesus - Ephesus appears as a region in Hammerfell in Daggerfall while in Online it's a region in High Rock. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Mournoth - Mournoth appears as a region in Hammerfell in Daggerfall while in Online it's a region in High Rock. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Santaki - Santaki appears as a city in Daggerfall while in Online it appears as a Dwemer Ruin. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Verkarth - Although it hasn't appeared in another game since Arena, Verkarth is mentioned in lore. (Arena), (Lore)

High Rock

  • Camlorn - Camlorn has appeared in Arena and Online as a city. (Arena), (Online)
  • Shornhelm - Shornhelm has appeared in Arena and Online as a city. (Arena), (Online)
  • Northpoint - Northpoint has appeared in Arena and Online as a city. (Arena), (Online)
  • Evermore - Evermore has appeared in Arena and Online as a city. (Arena), (Online)
  • Fharun - Fharun has appeared in Arena as a city while in Online, it appeared as an Orcish Stronghold. (Arena), (Orsinium)
  • Jehanna - Jehanna has appeared in Arena as a city while in Online, it appeared as a set of docks. (Arena), (Orsinium)
  • Orsinium - Orsinium has appeared in Daggerfall as a stronghold while in Online, it appeared as a major city. (Daggerfall), (Orsinium)
  • Alcaire - Alcaire has appeared as both a city/region in Daggerfall while in Online, it appears as a castle/region in Stormhaven. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Betony - Betony appears in Daggerfall while in Online it appears as Betnikh. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Baelborne - Baelborne appears as a settlement in Daggerfall while in Online it appears as ruins known as Baelborne Rock. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Dwynnen - Dwynnen appeared as a city in Daggerfall while in Online, it appears as Ayleid ruins. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Eagle's Brook - The Brook has appeared in Arena and Online as a town. (Arena), (Online)
  • Glenpoint - Glenpoint has appeared in Arena as town while in Daggerfall as a city. (Arena), (Daggerfall)
  • Glenumbra - Glenumbra has appeared as city in Daggerfall while in Online, it appears as a region. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Glenumbra Moors - The Glenumbra Moors has appeared as region in Daggerfall while in Online, it appears as a battlefield. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Kambria - Kambria has appeared in Daggerfall as a region while in Online, it appears as the Cambray Hills. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • King's Guard - King's Guard appears as a town in Arena while in Online it's a sub-region in Glenumbra. (Arena), (Online)
  • Koegria - Koegria appears as a region in Daggerfall while in Online it appears as a village. (Daggerfall), (Online)
  • Markwasten Moor - The Moor appears as a town in Arena while in Online it's a sub-region in Rivenspire called Westmark Moor. In lore it became Traitor's Tor. (Arena), (Online 1), (Online 2)
  • Norvulk Ruins - Norvulk appears as a town in Arena while in Online it's an Ayleid Ruin. (Arena), (Online)
  • Oldgate - The Old Gate appears as a town in Arena while it appears as a literal gate in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Portdun Watch - Portdun appears as a town in Arena while it appears as a ruin in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Reich Gradkeep - Gradkeep appears as a town in Arena and as Anticlere in Daggerfall. (Arena), (Daggerfall)
  • Wind Keep - Wind Keep appears as a town in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Crypt of Hearts - The Crypt has appeared in multiple games as either a literal crypt or a large castle. (Arena), (Shadowkey), (Online)
  • Mines of Khuras - The Mines have appeared in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)

Morrowind

  • Kragenmoor - Kragenmoor has appeared as a city in Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Narsis - Narsis has appeared as a city in Arena and as a town in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Davon's Watch - The Watch appeared as a city in Online while it was known as Darnim Watch in Arena. (Arena), (Online)
  • Heimlyn Keep - The Keep has appeared as a settlement in Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Markgran Forest - Markgran Forest reappears in Morrowind as Maar Gan. (Arena), (Morrowind)
  • Othrenis - Othrenis appears as a crypt in Online while in rena it is Eagle Moor. (Arena), (Online)
  • Stonefalls - Stonefalls has appeared as a town in Arena while in Online it appears as an entire region. (Arena), (Online)
  • Varanis - Verarchen Hall has become Varanis (a sub-region in Stonefalls) throughout the games. (Arena), (Online)

Summerset Isles

  • Skywatch - Skywatch has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Firsthold - Firsthold has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Vulkhel Guard - Vulkhel has appeared as a town in Arena while a city in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Silsailen - Silsailen has appeared in both Arena and Online as a town. (Arena), (Online)

Valenwood

  • Elden Root - Elden Root has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Woodhearth - Woodhearth has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Falinesti - Although the city itself is inaccessible, the seasonal sites have appeared in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Arenthia - Arenthia has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Haven - Haven has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Southpoint - In Arena, Southpoint is a city while in Online, it appears as a fortified town. (Arena), (Online)
  • Greenheart - In Arena, Greenheart is a city while in Online, it appears as a ruined town. (Arena), (Online)
  • Silvenar - Silvener has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Marbruk - Marbruk was originally a town called Marbruk Field but it became the city of Marbruk. (Arena), (Online)
  • Cormount - Cormount otherwise known as Archen Cormount is town in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Green Hall - Green Hall was originally a town in Arena but became a sub-region in Grahtwood. (Arena), (Online)
  • Karthdar - Karthdar otherwise known as Karthdar Square is town in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Longhaven - Longhaven appears as a town in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Moonmont - Moonmont was originally a town in Arena while in Online, it appears as a Khajiiti Crypt. (Arena), (Online)
  • Tarlain Heights - The Heights originally appeared as a town in Arena but became a sub-region in Grahtwood. (Arena), (Online)
  • Thormar - The Keep was originally a town in Arena however it became an Ayleid Ruin in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Dread Vullain - Dread Vullain was originally Vullain Haven in Arena but later became Dread Vullain in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Vulkwasten - Vulkwasten has appeared as a town in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Selene's Web - The Forest has appeared in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)

Black Marsh

  • Alten Corimont - Corimont has appeared as a town in Arena while it appears as a docked ship in Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Tenmar Wall - The Wall appears as a town in Arena while it appears as a Daedric Ruin known as Ten-Maur-Wolk in Online. (Arena), (Online)

Elsweyr

  • Dune - Dune has appeared as a city in both Arena and Online. (Arena), (Online)
  • Tenmar Forest - Although it hasn't appeared in another game since Arena, Tenmar Forest is mentioned in lore. (Arena/Lore)