Imperial Style is a craftable armor and weapon style in Elder Scrolls Online.

Motif.pngRacial Motifs 10: Imperial Cyrods

Gem Needed Nickel
Location Desks, Dressers, Backpacks, Trunks, Nightstands & Wardrobes (In all zones)
Level required to learn MetalworkingTailoring or Woodworking level ??
Sets in this Style ??


Heavy Armor


Imperial Helm Iron.png Imperial Pauldrons Iron.png Imperial Cuirass Iron.png Imperial Girdle Iron.png Imperial Gauntlets Iron.png Imperial Greaves Iron.png Imperial Sabatons Iron.png 


Imperial Helm Steel.png Imperial Pauldrons Steel.png Imperial Cuirass Steel.png Imperial Girdle Steel.png Imperial Gauntlets Steel.png Imperial Greaves Steel.png Imperial Sabatons Steel.png 


Imperial Helm Orichalcum.png Imperial Pauldrons Orichalcum.png Imperial Cuirass Orichalcum.png Imperial Girdle Orichalcum.png Imperial Gauntlets Orichalcum.png Imperial Greaves Orichalcum.png Imperial Sabatons Orichalcum.png 


Imperial Helm Dwarven.png Imperial Pauldrons Dwarven.png Imperial Cuirass Dwarven.png Imperial Girdle Dwarven.png Imperial Gauntlets Dwarven.png Imperial Greaves Dwarven.png Imperial Sabatons Dwarven.png 


Medium Armor


Imperial Helmet Rawhide.png Imperial Arm Cops Rawhide.png Imperial Jack Rawhide.png Imperial Belt Rawhide.png Imperial Bracers Rawhide.png Imperial Guards Rawhide.png Imperial Boots Rawhide.png 


Imperial Helmet Hide.png Imperial Arm Cops Hide.png Imperial Jack Hide.png Imperial Belt Hide.png Imperial Bracers Hide.png Imperial Guards Hide.png Imperial Boots Hide.png 


Imperial Helmet Leather.png Imperial Arm Cops Leather.png Imperial Jack Leather.png Imperial Belt Leather.png Imperial Bracers Leather.png Imperial Guards Leather.png Imperial Boots Leather.png 

Thick Leather

Imperial Helmet Thick Leather.png Imperial Arm Cops Thick Leather.png Imperial Jack Thick Leather.png Imperial Belt Thick Leather.png Imperial Bracers Thick Leather.png Imperial Guards Thick Leather.png Imperial Boots Thick Leather.png 


Light Armor


Imperial Hat Jute.png Imperial Epaulets Jute.png Imperial Robe Jute.png Imperial Jerkin Jute.png Imperial Sash Jute.png Imperial Gloves Jute.png Imperial Breeches Jute.png Imperial Shoes Jute.png 


Imperial Hat Flax.png Imperial Epaulets Flax.png Imperial Robe Flax.png Imperial Jerkin Flax.png Imperial Sash Flax.png Imperial Gloves Flax.png Imperial Breeches Flax.png Imperial Shoes Flax.png 


Imperial Hat Cotton.png Imperial Epaulets Cotton.png Imperial Robe Cotton.png Imperial Jerkin Cotton.png Imperial Sash Cotton.png Imperial Gloves Cotton.png Imperial Breeches Cotton.png Imperial Shoes Cotton.png 


Imperial Hat Spidersilk.png Imperial Epaulets Spidersilk.png Imperial Robe Spidersilk.png Imperial Jerkin Spidersilk.png Imperial Sash Spidersilk.png Imperial Gloves Spidersilk.png Imperial Breeches Spidersilk.png Imperial Shoes Spidersilk.png 


Weapons and Shield


Imperial Sword Iron.png Imperial Axe Iron.png Imperial Mace Iron.png Imperial Dagger Iron.png Imperial Greatsword Iron.png Imperial Battle Axe Iron.png Imperial Maul Iron.png Imperial Shield Maple.png Imperial Bow Maple.png Imperial Staff Maple.png 


Imperial Sword Steel.png Imperial Axe Steel.png Imperial Mace Steel.png Imperial Dagger Steel.png Imperial Greatsword Steel.png Imperial Battle Axe Steel.png Imperial Maul Steel.png Imperial Shield Oak.png Imperial Bow Oak.png Imperial Staff Oak.png 


Imperial Sword Orichalcum.png Imperial Axe Orichalcum.png Imperial Mace Orichalcum.png Imperial Dagger Orichalcum.png Imperial Greatsword Orichalcum.png Imperial Battle Axe Orichalcum.png Imperial Maul Orichalcum.png Imperial Shield Beech.png Imperial Bow Beech.png Imperial Staff Beech.png 


Imperial Sword Dwarven.png Imperial Axe Dwarven.png Imperial Mace Dwarven.png Imperial Dagger Dwarven.png Imperial Greatsword Dwarven.png Imperial Battle Axe Dwarven.png Imperial Maul Dwarven.png Imperial Shield Hickory.png Imperial Bow Hickory.png Imperial Staff Hickory.png 


Imperial Style Gallery




Imperial Motif Books

(Dr. Lupus was Imperial Ethnographer for Potentate Savirien-Chorak from 2E 418 to 431)

The Imperial City. I used to love it here. When I was young my native town of Skingrad seemed hopelessly provincial to me, and I looked forward all year long to going along with mother on her annual trip to the Heartland. For me, the capital was the epitome of learning, of culture, of everything I held dear.

I walk the avenues now, from district to district. And I look. Skingrad seemed provincial, yes, but it wasColovian: direct, forthright, with clean lines and a certain spare, ascetic look to it. And its people are much the same way.

The Imperial City, except for the walls and the Tower, which are Ayleid, is … Nibenese. Refined. Decorative. Subtle. Nuanced.

Decadent. Corrupt.

Like its people. And the people it attracts.

I was too late.

Morian is gone. With the help of Divayth, cursed Divayth, he fulfilled his dream and traveled toOblivion. According to Seif-ij, he went to Moonshadow as planned, but he didn't stay there. He went on, to Ashpit, to Coldharbour, to Quagmire. To Apocrypha.

And there, in Apocrypha, he stayed.

Seif-ij told me, emotion quivering even in his flat reptilian voice, of how once he entered Oblivion Morian seemed to become more reckless, more enraptured, with each portal to a new plane. How he ignored his assistant's pleas to return. How Apocrypha … entranced him.

Seif-ij Hidja was beside himself, holding his head with its drooping spines, clearly at his wit's-end. It was up to me. I ran to Divayth's room, though Seif-ij said he was gone, hoping he'd left some way to get in touch with him, hoping he would respond to my appeals for help. I found only a book, open on his desk, a book titled "Fragmentae Abyssum Hermaeus Morus." It was open to what seemed to be a summoning ritual for the Daedric Prince Hermaeus Mora, specifying that "whatever price is named shall be met."

A ritual to Hermaeus Mora. The Lord of Apocrypha.

I ran to Morian's laboratory. It was looted, ransacked. The only thing of interest was a crumpled note. It read, "When thou enterest into Oblivion, Oblivion entereth into thee."

Morian is gone. Gone to Apocrypha. Where he stays.

And so I walk, from district to district. Wondering. What price had the Lord of Apocrypha named to Divayth Fyr? What price for the entrancement, the captivity of Morian Zenas?

I walk the streets, the avenues and alleys. Wondering.

Wondering when I, too, will be ready to pay the price.

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