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Godsreach is on the west side of Mournhold and is home to the wealthier residences of Morrowind. Located here are manors, The Craftsmen's Hall, a tavern, and the Mournhold Museum of Artifacts, all with their own services and Related Quests. One of several entrances to the Mournhold Sewers is located in Godsreach. It is connected to the Temple Courtyard (North Gate) and Plaza Brindisi Dorom (South Gate). Godsreach, and to some extent the Great Bazaar, is the main residential and tourist area.
This manor is located near the Northwest Gate. The wizard inside recently moved in, and might be looking to make a display of power soon. Note: Beware of a possible bug that may occur if the manor is unlocked before the quest, in which the resident will not attack at the appropriate time.
Located across the street from the Craftsman's Hall, these two manors are both in the same building.
The Sadri Manor, the home of Golena Sadri, is located up a small flight of stairs on the north side. Sera Sadri has recently begun to act "mad." You can help find the cause of this strange behavior. A forgotten area of the sewers is discovered during this quest.
The Vacant Manor, contrary to its name and abandoned first floor, is occupied by Felvan Ienith, Dovor Oren, and Olvyne Dobar, who are unhappy with the state of things between them and the nobles and want to do something about it. You are told to speak with Dovor Oren to get details on their targets.
The Andoren Manor, like apparently every other manor, has something to do with a spouse in some sort of trouble or dead. The quest given by the occupier here happens to have a missing husband. The reward of this is 1000 gold, so be sure to stop by to claim this sack of gold.
This building is right next to the Southwest Gate and home to a pair of men.
Geon Auline's HouseEdit
This house has two quests relating to it. One is related to the aforementioned Droth Dagger, and the other is a minor detour from the Crimson Plague quest, in which you drop off a cure disease potion to Geon Auline.
Ignatius Flaccus's HouseEdit
In Ignatius Flaccus's House, you'll find a Robot arena. The Robots are too beat up to fight, but you can repair them by taking the Dwemer Warbots quest. Of course, having killing robots around does have its risks...
This is a work hall for all crafting services. Found here are many people related to quests. One quest involves a sneaky husband's affair on the top floor. Another has to do with a crazy lady's questions about strange devices. An interesting quest involves a kleptomaniacal pack-rat (a.k.a. "The Clutter King") and his quest to find items to expand his collection. Bols Indalen offers to make custom armor for anyone who provides the materials and a fee. Next to him is Ilnori Faustus who tells you that he's simply too good be a simple apprentice and has ambitions to become an adventurer, and you must find someone to replace him. Elbert Nermarc, the enchanter, can be found on the top floor; his prices may be lowered if you return a book during a quest given by a pawnbroker in the Great Bazaar. A closed door marked "Keep Out!" will lead to a Muckraking Journalist.
Museum of ArtifactsEdit
This heavily guarded building is used to display a variety of unique items to Morrowind. The museum is also willing to accept new items as part of a quest, but the current owner will be reimbursed only in part. No actual services are offered by the museum.
The Winged GuarEdit
The Winged Guar is the only tavern in the Godsreach district, and is also the location of many important (quest-related) people, so don't go on any murderous rampages here. Outside Eno Romari, a cult member, walks around. Inside is an Orc informant, Bakh gro-Sham, who has some information regarding an assassination attempt during the Main Quest. Hession, the owner of the bar, asks anyone willing to stand in for a bouncer. Ra'Tesh, the publican behind the counter, sells drinks and food. Next to the bar, Galms Seles plays a rigged game of shells.
|Deldrise Andoren||Dark Elf||Noble||20||148||140||50||30||Andoren Manor|
|Yagak gro-Gluk||Orc||Smith||45||364||130||0||30||Craftsmen's Hall|
|Elbert Nermarc||Breton||Enchanter Service||30||156||200||100||30||Craftsmen's Hall||Enchanter, Merchant|
|Bols Indalen||Dark Elf||Smith||15||165||102||90||30||Craftsmen's Hall||Custom Armor, Repairs, Merchant|
|Detritus Caria||Breton||Noble||20||148||160||0||30||Craftsmen's Hall|
|Ilnori Faustus||Imperial||Crusader||10||110||100||0||30||Craftsmen's Hall|
|Trels Varis||Dark Elf||Journalist||10||120||130||90||50||Secret Office|
|Sendel Tedas||Dark Elf||Enforcer||10||83||100||90||50||Secret Office|
|Feranos Hlando||Dark Elf||Witchhunter||10||75||158||90||50||Secret Office|
|Veros Nerethi||Dark Elf||Battlemage||House Telvanni (Hireling)||12||97||148||0||90||Secret Office|
|Ignatius Flaccus||Imperial||Enchanter||20||119||200||0 / 50||30||Ignatius Flaccus's House||Second Alarm rating is after the Dwemer Warbots quest; Does not actually offer Enchanter services|
|Ravani Llethan||Dark Elf||Healer||13||92||106||0||30||Llethan Manor||Widow of the late King Llethan|
|Donus Serethi||Dark Elf||Spellsword||House Hlaalu (House Cousin)||17||135||124||90||30||Llethan Manor|
|Anrel||Wood Elf||Warrior||House Hlaalu (Retainer)||12||135||98||90||30||Llethan Manor|
|Tadera Andules||Dark Elf||Noble||35||237||288||90||30||Sadri Manor|
|Alvan Llarys||Dark Elf||Noble||30||212||172||90||30||Sadri Manor|
|Golena Sadri||Dark Elf||Thief||40||232/300||200||90/0||30||Sadri Manor||Second statistics are during The Thief quest.|
|Mitanne Limax||Breton||Commoner||25||177||152||0||30||The Winged Guar|
|Ra'Tesh||Khajiit||Trader Service||25||186||156||100||0||The Winged Guar||Trader|
|Bakh gro-Sham||Orc||Agent||35||221||134||0||30||The Winged Guar||Trainer|
|Hession||High Elf||Publican||40||235||200||100||30||The Winged Guar||Merchant|
|Galms Seles||Dark Elf||Commoner||20||158||122||0||30||The Winged Guar||Runs a fixed shell game|
|Holmar||Nord||Barbarian||15||155||82||0||30||The Winged Guar|
|Denegor||Wood Elf||Commoner||15||118||110||0||30||The Winged Guar|
|Therdon||Redguard||Commoner||10||108||80||0||30||The Winged Guar|
|Soscean||Redguard||Warrior||20||214||90||0||0||The Winged Guar|
|Geon Auline||Breton||Noble||25||177||176||0||30||Geon Auline's House|
|Arnsa Thendas||Dark Elf||Noble||20||148||140||100||30||Thendas Manor|
|Olvyne Dobar||Dark Elf||Rogue||30||233||126||90||50||Vacant Manor|
|Felvan Ienith||Dark Elf||Rogue||30||228||126||90||50||Vacant Manor|
|Dovor Oren||Dark Elf||Rogue||50||375||158||90||50||Vacant Manor|
|Gavis Velas||Dark Elf||Mage||30||150||198||50||30||Velas Manor|
|Torasa Aram||Dark Elf||Noble||30||207||172||100||30||Museum of Artifacts|
|Eno Romari||Dark Elf||Priest||20||119||134||0||30||Outside|
|Salas Valor||Dark Elf||Crusader||40||350||166||100||30||Outside|
|Venasa Sarano||Dark Elf||Commoner||5||63||88||0||30||Outside|
|Thrud||Nord||Barbarian||25||212||98||0||30||Outside||Follows you during The Barbarian and the Book|
|Taren Andoren||Dark Elf||Noble||19||147||138||0||30||Outside|
|Velyna Seran||Dark Elf||Commoner||20||153||122||0||30||Outside|
- The Barbarian and the Book: Aid poor Thrud in finding his missing wizard friend Dilborn in the Godsreach sewers.
- Bouncer: Fill in for a missing bouncer for Hession in the Winged Guar.
- The Champion of Clutter: Help Detritus Caria complete his exhaustive collection of junk.
- Dwemer Warbots: Help Ignatius Flaccus repair his robots in the basement of his home.
- Estate Sale: Retrieve this rare dagger from the widow Arnsa Thendas for a collector.
- Infidelities: Investigate Deldrise Andoren's possibly unfaithful husband.
- The Museum: Track down thirty-two almost-mythical artifacts for a museum's collection.
- Robot Arena: Save Ignatius Flaccus from his own robots.
- The Smith's Apprentice: Meet this unhappy apprentice in the Craftsmen's Hall.
- The Summoner: Hear a vague rumor of a wizard named Velas who just moved into the area.
- The Thief: The investigation of a mad woman yields an unexpected adventure.
- The Warlords: Help a band of rebels in the Vacant Manor kill and take valuable items from local nobles.
- Wood Elf with a Grievance: Help High-Pockets with a bully in The Winged Guar.