The Ulath Tribe (also known as the Ulathi) is a minor Ashlander tribe that lives in the Stonefalls region of mainland Morrowind. Little is known of them, as they are hostile to outsiders. The Cave of Memories, a small cave northwest of Heimlyn Keep, serves as their ancestral burial grounds. They are particularly devoted to the Daedric Prince Mephala, one of the Three Good Daedra, and make silver armlets fashioned in the semblance of a spiderweb to honor her.
The Undaunted were a loose faction of adventurers contemporary with the Alliance War. Neutral in the ongoing war, the Undaunted had members all across Tamriel and worked together to raid the greatest dungeons in the land for wealth and glory. They had so-called enclaves in some major cities, but often chose to meet at inns or taverns. Members were taught magical spells as they rose in rank. They used "practical" necromancy and viewed it as simply another branch of magic, whose beneficial applications are overshadowed by its taboo nature. Few Undaunted would shy away from such magic if it meant the difference between life and death.
The Undaunted had a tendency to strip dungeons of all of their wealth, looting them for all the treasure they could get at. The Undaunted would always take the heads of those they defeated, sometimes to wear as armor and sometimes to display as mounted trophies. Their exploits also took them outside of Nirn to other realms, such the Deadlands, Coldharbour, and even the Clockwork City.
University of GwylimEdit
The University of Gwylim (also called the University of Gwilym or Gwylim University) is an ancient scholarly organization possibly dating back to the late First Era. The University of Gwylim Press has been responsible for many publications throughout history. It is known that the university awards the Gwylim Prize to scholars at times.
The university's faculty are known to have an interest in practical pedagogy, and is known to offer training in the magical school of Illusion. Tjurhane Fyrre, an Ayleid scholar, was one of the finest sages of the university. His book on Ayleidic culture, Nature of Ayleidic Poesy, was published by the university in 2E 12. Fyrre was also responsible for writing a number of unpublished biographies on various Ayleid kings, including King Narilmor of Garlas Malatar. Other Ayleidic texts were also published by the university, including Ayleid Cities of Valenwood, written by the Esteemed Historian Homfrey in 2E 455. "The Gwylim Praxis" by the Aureate Serpent is a book that describes methods of draining magicka from intelligent creatures at the moment of death, but it is unknown what its connection to the university is.
The Urshilaku Tribe is one of the four distinct tribes of the Ashlanders of Vvardenfell, in the province of Morrowind. The Urshilaku are known as lore-keepers and mystics, they are highly-respected, and are in fact, the second-most populated tribe in the region. They commonly live along the northern coast, in the Urshilaku Camp where the West Gash meets the Ashlands. The Urshilaku Tribe are staunch believers in that the Nerevarine would return to unite the people. A sub-sect of the Urshilaku, known as the Nerevarine Cult are the ones that enforce this belief and worshipped Indoril Nerevar. The Urshilaku Tribe are known to keep Guar bones, because it is believed that the soul of the guar lingers in the bones and that they can continue to guide them, even after death. The Urshilaku Burial Caverns are found just east of Bthungthumz.