Ka Po' Tun
Ka Po' Tun (meaning Tiger-Dragon's Empire), originally called Po Tun, is a nation of Akavir. It is inhabited by a race of cat-folk also called the Ka Po' Tun. They are ruled by Tosh Raka, the divine Tiger-Dragon who bears similarities to Akatosh. Ka Po' Tun has become a very great empire, stronger than Tsaesci in all but naval battle. When the Tsaesci attempted to enslave the dragons, the black dragons fled to Po Tun. A great war was raged, which left both the cat-folk and the snakes weak, and resulted in the death of the dragons. Since that time, the cat-folk have tried to become the dragons. Tosh Raka was the first to succeed, and renamed the nation to Ka Po' Tun. Ka Po' Tun plans to kill the Tsaesci and then invade Tamriel.
The Barony of Kairou is a region on the western coast of Hammerfell, in the Iliac Bay. It is bordered by Pothago and Myrkwasa to the north, the Alik'r Desert to the east, and Abibon-Gora to the south.
Kairou is the scene of a special event called Chil'a. It is the blessing of the new year in the barony and it is both a sacred day and a festival. The archpriest and the baroness each consecrate the ashes of the old year in solemn ceremony, then street parades, balls, and tournaments conclude the event.
Kamal (meaning Snow Hell) is a nation of Akavir. It is inhabited by armies of snow demons (also known as Kamal), who thaw out every summer and attempt to invade Tang Mo, but are always successfully repelled by the monkey-folk. Ada'Soom Dir-Kamal, a king among the demons, once invaded Tamriel, but was defeated circa 2E 572, when Vivec, warrior-poet god of the Dunmer, flooded the entirety of Morrowind, successfully drowning the invasion.
The March of Kambria is a region in northern High Rock located in the Iliac Bay region. It shares borders with Koegria to the northeast, Bhoriane to the southeast, Dwynnen to the southwest, and the Wrothgarian Mountains to the northwest. The provincial seat is the city of Kambria and the primary inhabitants of the region are Bretons. The province rises from lowlands in the south to a windswept plateau in the north, where towns are situated in valleys for shelter. The tops of the hills in the area were once covered with forts, but these were demolished by Tiber Septim in order to reduce potential points of resistance.
The ruler of Kambria was allied with the Baron of Dwynnen during the war against the Camoran Usurper and helped turn the tide of the war against the Usurper. The city of Kambria is known to possess several libraries, and has been described as picturesque.
 Castle Karstaag
Castle Karstaag was a massive fortress of ice, located in the northwestern region of Solstheim near the Moesring Mountains. The village of the Skaal lies to the east over the Isild River. Besides the front door, the castle may also be accessed by an underwater entrance. It used to be the home of the mythical frost giant Karstaag, as well as his Riekling servants and many Grahls. In 3E 427, Karstaag was taken from the castle by Hircine and forced to take part in his Hunt, as part of the Bloodmoon Prophecy. Karstaag was killed during the Hunt, and the castle was taken over by the Rieklings.
 Karth River
The Karth River starts in the Reach and runs into Haafingar, emptying into the Sea of Ghosts near Solitude. At least three sources converge around the Karthspire Mountain to form it, including one near Markarth and another at the infamous Bard's Leap. It forms a deep schism in the landscape, with high cliffs along most of its eastern side and the mighty Druadach Mountains to the west. Like the surrounding area, it is tumultuous, with many rapids and falls. The famous Old Hroldan Inn is a stone's throw from its waters, and as it flows north, the town of Karthwasten can be found on its western shore. In Haafingar, it passes by Dragon Bridge, and underneath the famous bridge itself, before it reaches its end, where it helps form the marshes of Hjaalmarch.
Khuul was a small fishing village in the West Gash region of Vvardenfell, on the island's northern coast. Aside from a single Redoran-style shell-house, which served as a Tradehouse, the buildings were all rustic huts made of logs, rough planks and thatch.
The only other legitimate businesses near Khuul were two egg mines – the Panud Egg Mine, just outside town, and the Asha-Ahhe Egg Mine, far to the southwest. There was also a Silt Strider port just south of town, by the Panud Egg Mine.
Khuul had always been rumored to be a smuggling town, but the residents never confirmed nor denied this. They were suspicious of strangers asking a lot of questions and didn't like people poking around.
The Fiefdom of Koegria is a region in High Rock along the western bank of the Iliac Bay. It is bordered by Alcaire to the east, Bhoriane and Kambria to the south and west, and the Wrothgarian Mountains to the north. The provincial seat is the city of Keogria.
The Barony of Kozanset is a small triangular province in Hammerfell towards the western end of the Dragontail Mountains, near the Iliac Bay. It is cut off from the sea by its neighbor to the west and north, Lainlyn. To the northeast is Totambu, while the mountains make up the southern border. The Redguards who live here call the city of Kozanset their capital, and the regional deity is Kynareth. The Khulari clan is the predominant vampire bloodline in the region.
The city of Kragenmoor holds Morrowind's western border to the Nibenay Basin region of Cyrodiil. Kragenmoor is situated between two mountain ranges, the Valus Mountains and the Velothi Mountains. The city was known for its private school for the Tribunal Temple and is mentioned in the well-known books On Morrowind and King Edward, Part X. Kragenmoor was once home to a gladiatorial team known as the Warhammers.
Early history of Kvatch is present in Rislav The Righteous, wherein it states that the kingdoms of Kvatch and Skingrad were at a time of rivalry during the fifth century, until ending their skirmishing in 1E 472. Kvatch was under rule of King Justinius during this time, whose daughter Belene was wed to Prince Rislav of Skingrad, presumably to make peace between the two kingdoms. Towards the end of the fifth century, The Kings of the Colovian West joined with Kvatch and Skingrad to resist the Alessian army and its Reform.
Sources show it was a major settlement when sacked by the Camoran Usurper in the 3E 249. During this assault, Antus Pinder led the defense of the city, and despite being defeated gravely, was given a statue in Kvatch to remember his courage and spirit.
The most recent ruling family of Kvatch is the Goldwine lineage. An unknown act caused the death of both sons of Count Haderus Goldwine in 3E 432, causing a short period of unrest in Kvatch. In the year 3E 433, the city was under the rule of Ormellius Goldwine when, not long after the assassination of Uriel Septim VII, the city was sacked and destroyed by the Daedra as the opening move in the Oblivion Crisis, leaving Kvatch with no count.
At the opening of the Fourth Era, following its liberation from the Daedra, the city was uninhabited and only the chapel and castle remain standing. The city had been rebuilt by the time the Great War broke out in 4E 171.
Kynesgrove, a simplication of the original Kyne's Grove, is a small village south of Windhelm. The village survives off a Malachite mine and some farming. Although there are an abundant amount of trees in the area, they are considered sacred to Kyne and are not allowed to be harmed. The dragon Sahloknir, who was slain in the First Era by the Nordic hero Jorg Helmbolg, was interred in a dragon mound near the village. During the Stormcloak Rebellion, the Last Dragonborn purportedly came to Kynesgrove and slew Sahloknir within minutes of the wyrm's resurrection by Alduin.