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Gaiar Alata
Type Plane
Realm Oblivion
Appears in Oblivion, Oblivion Mobile
Oblivion Mobile

Gaiar Alata, also known as Paradise, was a plane of Oblivion created by Mankar Camoran. Using the Mysterium Xarxes, the realm was created by Camoran as a pocket dimension within the Deadlands itself. The Mysterium Xarxes served as both the gate and the key to realm, thus in some sense the book was Camoran's Paradise. Mankar Camoran himself acted as the "anchor" for Paradise, much like a sigil stone anchored an Oblivion Gate in place.[1] Despite its name, the plane was a Paradise only for Camoran and his children; for his followers, it was a prison and torture chamber. Mankar's throne was located in Carac Agaialor, his palace built in the Ayleid style which was common in Paradise. Gaiar Alata was destroyed during the Oblivion Crisis.[2]

During the Oblivion Crisis, Camoran stole the Amulet of Kings[3] and fled with it to his Paradise.[4] Martin Septim later learned how to reach his realm using various relics of great power and the Mysterium Xarxes itself. He successfully opened a portal for the Hero of Kvatch, who entered Paradise and killed Camoran before recovering the Amulet of Kings. With its creator's death, Gaiar Alata became unanchored and ceased to be.[5]


  1. ^ Martin Septim's dialogue in Oblivion
  2. ^ Events of Oblivion
  3. ^ Weynon Priory quest in Oblivion
  4. ^ Dagon Shrine quest in Oblivion
  5. ^ Paradise quest in Oblivion