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Coldharbour is the realm of Oblivion which is ruled by the daedric prince, Molag Bal. It is considered one of the most inhospitable realms being comprised mainly of charnel houses and vast slave pens. It is said to resemble Nirn except colder, darker and more beaten and violent.

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Cadwell's Hovel

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Deathspinner's Lair

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Endless Overlook

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Font of Schemes

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Forsaken Village

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Shrine of Kyne

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Survivor's Camp

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Battle

Cliffs of Failure

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The Chasm

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Cematary

The Orchard

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Deadric ruin

Court of Contempt

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The Endless Stair

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The Lightless Oubliette

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The Manor of Revelry

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Dungeon

Aba-Loria

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In Old Elvish, aba-loria means "forbidden darkness." According to scholars of the long-lost Heartland Elves, it was also the name of the mortuary crypts of the ancient Ayleid city of Abagarlas.

Dwemer ruin

The Vile Laboratory

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Group boss

Aba-Darre

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Cynhamoth's Grove

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Daedroth Larder

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Duriatundur's Killing Field

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Risen Court

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Zemarek's Hollow

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Group instance

Vaults of Madness

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The Vaults of Madness are the masterpiece of the infamous Mad Architect, who is said to be one of the few entities ever to serve multiple Daedric Princes and profit from it. How he is paid for his "services" is a matter of wild and horrible conjecture.

Grove

The Moonless Walk

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Keep

Spurned Peak

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The Reaver Citadel

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Lighthouse

The Lost Fleet

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Mine

Tower of Lies

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Lightless Oubliette

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Coldharbour is a series of prisons within prisons. The Lightless Oubliette was specifically built to hold entities who can manipulate light to magical ends. The wardens of the Oubliette are careful to use only lights of the colder spectra, as these are less susceptible to refocusing.

Skyshard

Skyshard

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Unfit for court.

Skyshard

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East of the bastion of deceit.

Skyshard

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Discarded from the mages' walls.

Skyshard

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Seek a shattered bridge suspended.

Skyshard

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Ejected from the Village.

Skyshard

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Among the vessel's burnt cousins.

Skyshard

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In the Chasm's western watchtower.

Skyshard

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Not invited into the plotting wives' home.

Skyshard

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Washed to strange shores with the fleet.

Town

Haj Uxith

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The Everfull Flagon

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Wayshrine

Court of Contempt Wayshrine

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Endless Stair Wayshrine

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Everfull Flagon Wayshrine

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Haj Uxith Wayshrine

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Library of Dusk Wayshrine

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Manor of Revelry Wayshrine

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Moonless Walk Wayshrine

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Reaver Citadel Wayshrine

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Shrouded Plains Wayshrine

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The Chasm Wayshrine

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The Orchard Wayshrine

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References

The Cosmic Map (Mundus)

The Cosmic map is the farthest you can currently zoom out on your The Elder Scrolls Online map. It shows both Tamriel and Coldharbour.

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