Lore:Bruk'ra

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Bruk'ra
Type Settlement
Continent Tamriel
Province Elsweyr
Region Pellitine
Appears in Arena
Brukreich Bridge during the Imperial Simulacrum

Bruk'ra (currently known as Brukreich Bridge)[1] was a settlement found in the region of Pellitine, in the province of Elsweyr. Bruk'ra was one of the original sixteen kingdoms of Elsweyr, being known for its proficient river-trading.[2]

History[edit]

Since the years of the Merethic Era, to the late First Era, Bruk'ra stood as one of the sixteen kingdoms of Elsweyr, known for their system of river-trading.[2] In the late days of the Merethic Era, the hunt-lords of Helkarn and Meirvale constantly feuded against each other, to the point where they forcefully drafted their thousands of peasants. This caused one of the Khajiit's worst famines and leading to various peasant outbreaks in neighboring kingdoms, such as Bruk'ra. Within a century, the regal hunter caste system was abolished.[3] Like the other kingdoms, Bruk'ra had fallen, following the arrival of the Thrassian Plague in 1E 2200. What remained of Bruk'ra was absorbed into the Kingdom of Pellitine.[4]

During the Imperial Simulacrum in the late Third Era, the town of Brukreich Bridge was an active settlement. It was ruled by Prince Mohamsien, and it had a rivalry with Greenhall.[1] Brukreich Bridge was neighbored by several settlements, including Chasemoor to the far northwest, Duncori Walk to the south, Greenhall to the northwest, and River Keep to the north.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Brukreich Bridge location and rumors in Arena
  2. ^ a b The Sixteen Kingdoms
  3. ^ Origins of the Khajiiti Martial TraditionTendwuayne, Sapiarch of Foreign Customs
  4. ^ Pocket Guide to the Empire, 3rd Edition: Sugar and Blood: the Cats of the SouthImperial Geographical Society, 3E 432
  5. ^ Map of Elsweyr — The Elder Scrolls: Arena