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Lore:Grazelands

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</noinclude>The {{Lore Link|Grazelands}} or '''Sunna Guradan'''{{Ref|[[Morrowind:Savant|Savant's]] dialogue from [[MW:Morrowind|Morrowind]]}} {{Tense|are|were|MW=1}} the pastoral heartland of {{Lore Link|Vvardenfell}}. On the northeastern corner of the island, these grasslands {{Tense|extend|extended|MW=1}} from the ancient stronghold of Falensarano north to the coast above {{Lore Link|Tel Vos}}. To the east, the Grazelands {{Tense|stretch|stretched|MW=1}} to the coast and the islands of {{Lore Link|Zafirbel Bay}}. To the west, it {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} bounded by the forbidding steepness of the mountains of the {{Lore Link|Ashlands}}.
 
The flora of the Grazelands {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} dominated by [[Lore:Wickwheat|wickwheat]], and this is one of the few areas where it {{Tense|grows|grew|MW=1}}. There {{Tense|are|were|MW=1}} trees spread sporadically around the landscape. [[Lore:Stoneflower|Stoneflower]] {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} the most frequently flowering plant. It {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} home to wild guar, alit and shalk. The south {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} dominated by [[Lore:Hackle-Lo|hackle-lo]] shrubs, whose leaves {{Tense|can|could|MW=1}} be found across the island. It {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} also a region where, due to its scarce population, it {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} not uncommon to see {{Lore Link|Daedra}}, including golden saints and ogrim, just walking around in the open.
 
Ashlander settlements in the area {{Tense|are|were|MW=1}} the {{Lore Link|Ahemmusa Camp}} in the north and the {{Lore Link|Zainab Camp}} to the south. Presence of Tel Vos and the proximity to the Telvanni homeland {{Tense|means|meant|MW=1}} that this House {{Tense|is|was|MW=1}} the most likely to make future claims in the region.<noinclude>
 
==See Also==
*For more information, see the [[Morrowind:Grazelands|Morrowind article]].</noinclude>
 
==References==
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