Is Yokuda like Hammerfell?

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User Info: FMLG

5 years ago#1
I'm guessing the architecture is somewhat similar to what traditionally Yokudan architecture but was Yokuda Deserty? What was it like landscape-wise?
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User Info: SunsetPhantom

5 years ago#2
The continent of Yokuda is no more, but it was once a place where rocky, barren hills were matched by the fecund combination of sophisticated agriculture, politics, and warfare. It was a harsh environment, training the Yokudans well for their lives in Tamriel. The Yokuda civil wars of the 4th and 8th centuries prepared them for their future conflicts, and the unwelcoming desert of Volenfell only yielded fruit and grain because of the experience the Yokudans had in their even more arid homeland.
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User Info: RebelElite791

5 years ago#3

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5 years ago#4
RebelElite791 posted...


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