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Lore:Druadach Mountains

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Since the {{Lore Link|First Era}}, the {{Lore Link|Reachmen}} have been taking advantage of the cliffs, caves, and rugged terrain of the Druadach Mountains in guerrilla warfare campaigns against invading armies.{{Ref|name=TLORE|{{Cite Book|The Legend of Red Eagle}}}}{{Ref|name=TMOTR|{{Cite Book|The "Madmen" of the Reach}}}}{{Ref|name=PGE1C|{{Cite Book|PGE|1|Cyrodiil}}}}{{Ref|name=PGE1High|{{Cite Book|PGE|1|High Rock}}}} They are home to many ancient ruins, fortresses, and {{Lore Link|Orc}} strongholds.{{Ref|name=SR|Events of [[Skyrim:Skyrim|Skyrim]].}}<noinclude>
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==Notes==
*Back in the {{Lore Link|Second Era}}, when Ard {{Lore Link|Caddach}} ruled over Markarth, a piece of land in the Druadachs was loaned to the King of Worms, {{Lore Link|Mannimarco}} and it was, in turn, ripped from the face of Tamriel.{{Ref|name=ONCaddach|[[Online:Ard Caddach|Ard Caddach]]'s dialogue in [[Online:Markarth (DLC)|ESO: Markarth]]}} It was cast into the depths of {{Lore Link|Oblivion}} where it became known as {{Lore Link|Grayhaven}} and the remnants of that land were later called the {{Lore Link|Sundered Land}}.{{Ref|name=ONVerandis|[[Online:Count Verandis Ravenwatch#The End of Eternity|Count Verandis Ravenwatch]]'s dialogue in [[Online:Markarth (DLC)|ESO: Markarth]]}} A dwemer lift in {{Lore Link|Nchuand-Zel}} goes directly to the area.{{Ref|name=ONCaddach}}
 
==See Also==
* For game-specific information, see the [[Skyrim:Druadach Mountains|Skyrim]] article.