This place was initially built by Orcs, then transformed into a burial mound by a noble family related to the Jarl of Solitude. It is now at the hands of the Worm cult and is used as a fighting pit. Only influent people with a disturbing taste for blood and guts know where it is located. What they don’t really know is what happens to the bodies.
The Forgotten Hold
[Caution: Contains themes of cannibalism, ritual murder and unsanitary living conditions.] A sunken Redguard outpost in the Dragontail Mountains that has changed hands several times before finally falling into the lap of a Namira worshiping mage who turned the subterranean hideaway into a hub for those faithful to his prince.
With a secret portal network linking to this secluded dungeon and traps to snare invaders. This network of caves is the perfect cannibal hideaway.
Nameless Ayleid Ruin
The true name of this place has been lost to the crawl of time, and slowly is sinking into the earth, forgotten. But it’s totally not haunted. Yup.
Excavated Home and Ritual Site
As the Nulandis family’s property manager, I have listed several properties for use by patrons of the appropriate standing. The most mysterious of the properties in the family’s portfolio, this rather ‘unique’ building was excavated near the Crypt of Hearts. Only a few people know that, behind the sealed door, is a portal to Coldharbour itself. And beyond that? Perhaps it is best not to know… Contact Gaelen Black in Alinor for more information.
Sunken Spire Citadel, Floor 7
Seventh floor of the Nulandis Family’s underground fortress, Sunken Spire Citadel, that hosts the company of Gaersley & Black. This floor features a sprawling series of gardens with luminescent flora. The secret fireplace door in the Vine Room leads to additional rooms and a balcony that overlooks the underground terrain.
Valdyrheim Great Hall
Valdyrheim rests on the border of Whiterun and Falkreath’s Holds, in South-Central Skyrim.