Eastmarch is the eastern hold of Skyrim, and one of the four known collectively as the Old Holds. As its name suggests, it lies against the province's eastern border, close to the Dunmeth Pass, the only passage to and from Morrowind in the area due to the high and rugged Velothi Mountains. Windhelm is the only sizable city in the otherwise rural province due to the expansive hot springs which dominate the hold. Darkwater River winds north from Lake Geir into this treacherous hot spot, where it meets the White River which then drains into the Sea of Ghosts as it passes Windhelm. River Yogrim also joins with the White River before it ends at the Sea of Ghosts. It drains Lake Yogrim, which lies west in the hold known as the Pale.
Castle Ebonheart was the seat of Imperial authority on Vvardenfell. From this city, the Duke of Ebonheart, Vedam Dren, and his Grand Council determined law and policy for the Vvardenfell administrative district. The Imperial Chapels served the Duke, his retainers and the castle's garrisons, and were also an administrative center for Imperial Cult presence on Vvardenfell. A unit of the Imperial Guard protected the Duke, and the Hawkmoth Legion was also garrisoned within the walls of the castle.
The name of the settlement was taken from Old Ebonheart. It was built sometime after Vvardenfell was opened for settlement in 3E 414 to act as the new Imperial capital of the island. Much of the business in Vvardenfell which concerned either the Empire or House Hlaalu was conducted in Ebonheart, as the Hlaalu Grandmaster was the Duke himself.
Because the East Empire Company was chartered directly by the Emperor, its offices, warehouses and docks were adjacent to the castle, and its security was assured by the Imperial garrisons. The provinces of Skyrim and Black Marsh maintained diplomatic missions in Ebonheart, the latter mainly in concern for its citizens, due to the fact that the Morrowind province was exempt from the abolition of slavery.
Ebrocca was one of the youngest ruins in the Shivering Isles at the end of the Third Era, when it was almost 1,000 years old. It was located near the settlement of Highcross. The ruins were purged of undead in 3E 433 by Sheogorath's Champion.
The history of Ebrocca is quite interesting. Apparently Ardwe Malifant, the clanfather of a Bosmer family, built it as a final resting place for his deceased mother. However, his mother's death must have driven him into insanity, because he built it in the Shivering Isles instead of Skyrim, where his family had expected it. The site was built to last, with numerous security systems and magics to revive the caretaker put in place. Ardwe then systematically killed off all of his relatives. Clanfather Malifant finally fell to Sheogorath's Champion in 3E 433, despite the resurrection enchantments which protected him from death.
 Elden Root
Elden Root is a city in eastern-central Valenwood, located north of Southpoint. Elden Root was made capital of Valenwood during the first rule of the Aldmeri Dominion by the Thalmor. The city was home to a gladiatorial team called the Cavaliers.
Elinhir is a town in eastern Hammerfell, close to the border with both Skyrim and Cyrodiil. It is close to the Skyrim town of Falkreath. Elinhir was once home to a gladiatorial team known as the Blackcasters.
Elsweyr is home to the feline Khajiit. The Khajiiti government is a confederacy held together by the Mane, which are the rarest of the various Khajiit breeds. An important part of Khajiiti culture is the Moon Sugar that is harvested in Elsweyr. Moon Sugar is said to be created by mana falling from the Ja'Kha-jay into the Bay of Topal on the southeastern coast. The waters are then drawn into the sugar plantations of the jungles of Tenmar, which cover much of the southern area of the province.
 Eltheric Ocean
The Eltheric Ocean lies to the west of Tamriel. It meets the Padomaic Ocean in the east and encompasses the Abecean Sea, Sea of Pearls and the Azurian Sea. It contains the major island groups of Yokuda, Thras, Pyandonea and the Summerset Isles as well as smaller ones such as The Sestres and individual islands like Herne and Cespar.
 Erabenimsun Camp
The Erabenimsun Camp was located in the center of Molag Amur, though the territory of the Erabenimsun tribe covered most of the eastern part of this region. The easiest way for a traveller to reach this camp was to land on the coast at a point west of Tel Fyr, walk inland, and then turn south at the first major turning.
The camp was not very notable. There was a trader, a healer, and a wise-woman. The inhabitants were somewhat divided between those who favored armed peace and those who favored violence.
Esroniet is an island that lies somewhere between Tamriel and Akavir. The main port of the island is called Black Harbor. The port was captured in 3E 282 by Uriel Septim V and in 3E 284 the island's ruler, Prince Bashomon, surrendered the whole kingdom to him. Uriel transformed it into a major base for the Imperial Navy and used it as a launching point for the invasion of Akavir in 3E 288.
 Eton Nir
In 2E 541, the city was sacked by a horde of Reachmen, led by Durcorach the Black Drake after only a three day siege. After the Reachmen were defeated, Evermore, along with Daggerfall, Shornhelm, Camlorn and Wayrest, signed the first Daggerfall Covenant.