Lore:Dagon Fel

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Dagon Fel
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Morrowind
Region Sheogorad
Appears in Morrowind
Dagon Fel circa 3E 427

Dagon Fel is the northernmost town in Vvardenfell. It is an ancient settlement located on the main island of Sheogorad, along Morrowind's northern coast.

The area was originally inhabited by the Dwemer, with the settlement of Mzuleft just to the south. The Nords conquered the territory in the First Era during the Skyrim Conquests, when the First Empire of the Nords expanded into Resdayn. Nord settlers came to the region and built the town of Dagon Fel, making use of the ruined Dwemer towers. The settlement was eventually abandoned.[1]

After Vvardenfell was opened for settlement in 3E 414, several Nord fishermen returned to the ancient site of the town and founded a small fishing village. By 3E 427, the settlement had an inn for traders and a detachment of Imperial Legion guards for protection.[2] It is unknown how the village was affected by the Red Year of 4E 5.

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  1. ^ Dialogue in Morrowind
  2. ^ Events of Morrowind