To be honest, the coast in the trailer could be found in any of these four provinces, but Bethesda has established a tradition of moving to another province when it announces a ed Elder Scrolls game. Eventually, we come up on what appears to be a ruined castle or fort, which is the most promiment feature of the trailer.
Is that going to stop us from strapping on our tinfoil hats and speculating on where it might take place? Which brings us to our final destination, a land which is repeatedly referenced in Elder Scrolls but we know very little about. Bethesda Game Studios, Bethesda Softworks There seems to be some sort of settlement built along the shoreline. The southern province of Valenwood is the home of the Bosmer, wood elves who revere trees so much that they subsist purely on meat.
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Peak tinfoil: Akavir The far-off continent of Akavir has a long history with its western counterpart Tamriel. That leaves two provinces uned for, Black Marsh and the Summerset Isles. While the Fallout versions have identical names, the game will stack them separately. Elsweyr is another southern province right next to Valenwood.
The Khajit who hail from here are easily the most oppressed race in Tamriel, mostly because they look weird and sound funny to all the racists living in the other provinces.
All we yin is vague legends of monkey people, vampiric snakes, and demons. The south is said to be filled with jungles, while the north is more desert-like, so that area in the trailer could be somewhere in between. Contact Fallout Fallouy Items for Challenges These items should all count toward the Challenges that require their type. Related Tags. The Green Pact forbids them from harming any sort of vegetation for any reason, including for food or building.
It seems to be the only building in a vast, untouched valley, but if you look closer. As a result, Valenwood is covered in forests which gives way to swamps along the coast. Jonathan Lee 6.
The magically adept Bretons share this province with the Orsimer basically orcs. With these items, either version should count for Challenges. So my crackpot theory is that the ruined building we see is an old Imperial fort or holdout in Akavir, and that small town is a burgeoning group of colonists or Faplout spicier, pirates that have returned to Akavir for war, adventure, crime, or any other plot device that explains how we can end up there.
Most of their cities are along the borders of the peninsula, just like that possible settlement we saw in the trailer. Like Valenwood, Elseweyr has never been the primary setting of an Elder Scrolls game. What we know from the trailer The camera pans through a mountainous coast with some patches of vegetation dotting the landscape.
If you Inspect items in the game, you'll find that some have two versions, one dirty and one clean. No it will not.
If you find any errors, you can reach me on Twitter FalloutSearch. We know that there were a few Imperial settlements on Akavir, Ionith and Septimiathat were ultimately wiped out by Akaviri troops.
Note the armored soldier standing strong against dragonfire.