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Touring Imperial City's Districts

Posted by Suzie Ford on Aug 12, 2015  | Comments

Touring Imperial City's Districts -

The Elder Scrolls Online site has been updated with a quick look at each of Imperial City's twelve distinct districts. Viewers will get a look at screens from each district and get a brief history and education about what makes each unique. Imperial City is the centerpiece of the upcoming DLC.

The Memorial District

This section of the city was a thriving market prior to Varen Aquilarios' conquest of the city. After he took the Ruby Throne, Varen converted the district into a cemetery and memorial dedicated to all the soldiers who died fighting Leovic's troops. This has made the Memorial District fertile ground for Molag Bal's twisted necromancers. The Worm Cult and Molag Bal's Xivkyn work around the clock, exhuming graves and raising the dead.

(This district is eventually reestablished as the Imperial Market District, as seen in Oblivion.)

There's a lot to see in the Memorial District—this is where you can enter the Imperial City Prison dungeon (to the very north.) You'll also find the Bone Shard Trophy Vault and Memorial Armory crafting hub. And if you smell something a little putrid along the way, Volghass the Flesh Atronach might be making its rounds nearby.

Check out the full post on the Elder Scrolls Online  site.

Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom
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