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So, I haven't been on here for a few months so I do not know if this has been asked/posted before, but I read an article that caught my eye. It was about the next DLC for Skyrim, apparently its going to be called "Redgaurd".
When the game first came out, there were many who used glitches/tricks/no-clipping to explore beyond the game's boundaries.
They found that both the Red Mountain and that tower from the Imperial City could be seen.
Now here we are with 2 DLC on the main body of Skyrim, and another where Red Mountain is prominent in the background.
I can't be sure exactly where it will be or what it will involve, but I'd place my money on it being close to Cyrodil, or at least close enough to see the tower featured in the background.
The external areas are visible due to the quest at Mount Kilkreath, that allows you to see beyond the "borders."
You can only see for about a dozen kilometers from that height, but the map includes black marsh, elswere, and Valenwood. Why would Beth put in that extra work if no ones going to see it anyway and they could just fill the surrounding area with random mountains and forest.
"What is better. To be born good or to overcome your evil nature through great effort." - Paarthurnax Gt: Ghosta2