Oblivion:Beneath the Bloodworks

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Sewer:
Beneath the Bloodworks
(view on map)
# of Zones 1
Occupants
Vampire Enemies
Important Treasure
1 boss-level Chest
Console Location Code(s)
ImperialSewerSystemArena
Location
The sewer system under the Imperial City Arena District
A room within Beneath the Bloodworks

Beneath the Bloodworks is a small sewer system under the Imperial City containing vampires. It contains only one zone, Beneath the Bloodworks.

Related QuestsEdit

NotesEdit

BugsEdit

  • If you hit the wrong switches, it is possible to permanently trap yourself between two gates without any way to get out.
  • It is possible that the slough gates will be closed upon exiting The Palace Sewers during The Ultimate Heist, trapping you. ?

Zone 1: Beneath the BloodworksEdit

Key to Map
Beneath the Bloodworks

This zone has sections that are underwater

Occupants:

Treasure:

Doors and Gates:

  • There are four doors in/out of this zone, all leading to adjacent sewer systems. There is no direct entrance to this sewer system from outside.
  • 2 Slough Gates at D and E, both of which are opened by a Turn Wheel (cyan dot) in the room north of gate E (near the boss chest B)
  • 1 Gate at F (locked, key required, opened by the Imperial Sewer Key which is obtained during The Ultimate Heist)
  • 1 sewer Gate at H, opened by the Turn Wheel (cyan dot) immediately west of it on the wall. This door is initially open; it only closes if you use the Turn Wheel; activate the Turn Wheel again to reopen the gate.
  • 1 sewer Gate at I, opened by a Turn Wheel (cyan dot) in the room southeast of the gate. This Turn Wheel is on an upper level; to reach it from door I, you will need to backtrack to the entry room (next to K), then take the eastern route around to the upper room.
Last modified on 28 October 2016, at 11:10