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'''''The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Eye of Argonia''''' was a planned sequel to [[Redguard:Redguard|Redguard]]. Like its predecessor, it was an action-adventure game with few of the role-playing elements of other [[General:Elder Scrolls|Elder Scrolls]] titles. In response to Redguard's poor sales, it was planned to be released on the [[wikipedia:PlayStation 2|PlayStation 2]] and other consoles, rather than PC. The game seemingly never made it past conception, with work resuming on [[Morrowind:Morrowind|Morrowind]] instead. <noinclude>The name would imply that the game would have taken place in [[Lore:Black Marsh|Black Marsh]] (a.k.a. [[Lore:Argonia|Argonia]]).
In Redguard, [[Redguard:Cyrus|Cyrus]] discusses the Eye of Argonia briefly with [[Redguard:Tobias|Tobias]] and [[Redguard:Dreekius|Dreekius]]. Described by Dreekius as the "priceless king's jewel of ancient Black Marsh", it is a treasure sought by both Tobias and Cyrus. It was mentioned in the mock Q&A for
the [[Books:The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard: The Origin of Cyrus! |Redguard comic book]] as "a priceless gem that also serves as a key to the Lost City of Black Marsh". Since the game's cancellation, it has appeared briefly as an Easter egg in subsequent games. The book ''[[Lore:Ruins of Kemel-Ze|Ruins of Kemel-Ze]]'', found in all games since Morrowind, mentions the Eye, where the author, archaeologist [[Lore:Books by Author#Rolard Nordssen|Rolard Nordssen]], dreams of recovering it. In [[Tribunal:Tribunal|Tribunal]], one of Morrowind's two expansions, the Eye is mentioned in dialogue with [[Tribunal:Trels Varis|Trels Varis]] upon entering his secret office.
A third TESA game named [[Paradise Sugar]] was also supposedly planned.