Morrowind:Spell Effects

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The following table lists all Morrowind in-game spells, divided by their college of magic, giving a brief description of the spell effects. The Base Cost indicates the minimum amount of Magicka required to successfully cast the spell.

College of Alteration[edit]

The alteration spells involve manipulation of the physical world and its natural properties. Alteration effects include water breathing and walking, jumping, levitating, opening locks, and shield barriers against physical damage.

Icon Title Description Base Cost
MW-icon-effect-Burden.jpg Burden Temporarily increases the weight carried by the victim, causing fatigue to be lost at a greater rate. The magnitude of the effect is the weight added. When the effect ends, the added weight disappears. 1
MW-icon-effect-Feather.jpg Feather Reduces the target's encumbrance, resulting in a slower loss of fatigue. The magnitude is the units of weight removed from encumbrance. 1
MW-icon-effect-Fire Shield.jpg Fire Shield Creates a shield of elemental fire around the subject's entire body. The spell reduces damage from Fire attacks and damages nearby enemies. Note that despite the color of the icon being that for Destruction, it is actually Alteration. 3
MW-icon-effect-Frost Shield.jpg Frost Shield Creates a shield of elemental frost around the subject's entire body. The spell reduces damage from Frost attacks and damages nearby enemies 3
MW-icon-effect-Jump.jpg Jump Increases the height and distance the target may jump. The magnitude is proportional to the increase in a jump's height and distance. 3
MW-icon-effect-Levitate.jpg Levitate Temporarily enables the target to levitate into the air, moving in the direction of their choice. The magnitude is the speed at which the subject can move through the air. 3
MW-icon-effect-Lightning Shield.jpg Lightning Shield Creates a shield of elemental lightning around the subject's entire body. The spell reduces damage from Shock attacks and damages nearby enemies 3
MW-icon-effect-Lock.jpg Lock Locks a container or door. The magnitude of the effect is the lock level placed on the container or door. The effect has no duration; the container or door remains locked until unlocked by key, pick, or spell. 2
MW-icon-effect-Open.jpg Open Opens a locked container or door. The effect's magnitude is the highest lock level that can be opened. 6
MW-icon-effect-Shield.jpg Shield Creates a magical shield around the subject's entire body. The spell adds its magnitude to the subject's Armor Rating. 2
MW-icon-effect-Slowfall.jpg Slowfall Slows the target's rate of descent, reducing damage received upon landing or falling from great heights. 3
MW-icon-effect-Swift Swim.jpg Swift Swim Temporarily increases the swimming speed of the subject. 2
MW-icon-effect-Water Breathing.jpg Water Breathing Permits the subject to breathe underwater for the duration of the spell. 3
MW-icon-effect-Water Walking.jpg Water Walking Permits the subject to walk on the surface of any body of water for the duration of the spell. 3

College of Conjuration[edit]

The conjuration spells summon magical items and beings from the outer realms to serve the caster. Conjuring effects include the mental domination of mundane and magical creatures, summoning of otherworldly weapons and armor, and summoning of Daedric servants and powers to serve and protect the caster.

Note: Yellow entries appear only in Tribunal, and Blue only in Bloodmoon.

Icon Title Description Base Cost
MW-icon-effect-Bound Battle Axe.jpg Bound Battle Axe Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric battle axe. The battle axe appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped weapon to the inventory. When the effect ends, the battle axe disappears, and any previously equipped weapon is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Boots.jpg Bound Boots Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light pair of Daedric boots. The boots appear automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped foot armor to the inventory. When the effect ends, the boots disappear, and any previously equipped footwear is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Cuirass.jpg Bound Cuirass Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric cuirass. The cuirass appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped chest armor to the inventory. When the effect ends, the cuirass disappears, and any previously equipped chest armor is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Dagger.jpg Bound Dagger Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric dagger. The dagger appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped weapon to the inventory. When the effect ends, the dagger disappears, and any previously equipped weapon is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Gloves.jpg Bound Gloves Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of magical, wondrously light Daedric armored gloves. The armored gloves appear automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped hand armor to the inventory. When the effect ends, the armored gloves disappear, and any previously equipped hand armor is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Helm.jpg Bound Helm Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric helm. The helm appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped head armor to the inventory. When the effect ends, the helm disappears, and any previously equipped head armor is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Longbow.jpg Bound Longbow Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric longbow. The longbow appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped weapon to the inventory. When the effect ends, the longbow disappears, and any previously equipped weapon is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Longsword.jpg Bound Longsword Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric longsword. The longsword appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped weapon to the inventory. When the effect ends, the longsword disappears, and any previously equipped weapon is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Mace.jpg Bound Mace Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric mace. The mace appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped weapon to the inventory. When the effect ends, the mace disappears, and any previously equipped weapon is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Shield.jpg Bound Shield Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric shield. The shield appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped shield to the inventory. When the effect ends, the shield disappears, and any previously equipped shield is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Bound Spear.jpg Bound Spear Conjures a lesser-Daedra bound in the form of a magical, wondrously light Daedric spear. The spear appears automatically equipped on the caster, displacing any currently equipped weapon to the inventory. When the effect ends, the spear disappears, and any previously equipped weapon is automatically re-equipped. 2
MW-icon-effect-Call Bear.jpgBM Call Bear Summons a Bear to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. (Bloodmoon only) 30
MW-icon-effect-Call Wolf.jpgBM Call Wolf Summons a Wolf to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. (Bloodmoon only) 30
MW-icon-effect-Command Creature.jpg Command Creature Compels a creature to fight the caster's enemies for the duration of the spell. The magnitude is the level of the creature affected. When the effect ends, the creature returns to its normal behavior. 15
MW-icon-effect-Command Humanoid.jpg Command Humanoid Compels a humanoid to fight the caster's enemies for the duration of the spell. The magnitude is the level of humanoid affected. When the effect ends, the humanoid returns to its normal behavior. 15
MW-icon-effect-Summon Ancestral Ghost.jpg Summon Ancestral Ghost Summons an Ancestral Ghost to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 7
MW-icon-effect-Summon Bonelord.jpg Summon Bonelord Summons a Bonelord to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 25
MW-icon-effect-Summon Lesser Bonewalker.jpg Summon Bonewalker Summons a Bonewalker to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 13
MW-icon-effect-Summon Bonewolf.jpgBM Summon Bonewolf Summons a Bonewolf to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. (Bloodmoon only) 30
MW-icon-effect-Summon Clannfear.jpg Summon Centurion Sphere Summons a Centurion Sphere to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 25
MW-icon-effect-Summon Clannfear.jpg Summon Clannfear Summons a Clannfear to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 22
MW-icon-effect-Summon Daedroth.jpg Summon Daedroth Summons a Daedroth to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 32
MW-icon-effect-Summon Dremora.jpg Summon Dremora Summons a Dremora to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 28
MW-icon-effect-Summon Fabricant.jpgTR Summon Fabricant Summons a Fabricant to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. (Tribunal only) 10
MW-icon-effect-Summon Flame Atronach.jpg Summon Flame Atronach Summons a Flame Atronach to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 23
MW-icon-effect-Summon Frost Atronach.jpg Summon Frost Atronach Summons a Frost Atronach to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 27
MW-icon-effect-Summon Golden Saint.jpg Summon Golden Saint Summons a Golden Saint to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 55
MW-icon-effect-Summon Greater Bonewalker.jpg Summon Greater Bonewalker Summons a Greater Bonewalker to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 15
MW-icon-effect-Summon Hunger.jpg Summon Hunger Summons a Hunger to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 29
MW-icon-effect-Summon Scamp.jpg Summon Scamp Summons a Scamp to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 12
MW-icon-effect-Summon Skeletal Minion.jpg Summon Skeletal Minion Summons a Skeleton to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 13
MW-icon-effect-Summon Storm Atronach.jpg Summon Storm Atronach Summons a Storm Atronach to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 38
MW-icon-effect-Summon Winged Twilight.jpg Summon Winged Twilight Summons a Winged Twilight to battle for the caster. It appears six feet in front of the caster and attacks any aggressive entity until the effect ends or the creature is killed. At death, or when the effect ends, the creature disappears. If summoned in town, guards will attack the caster and summoned creature on sight. 52
MW-icon-effect-Turn Undead.jpg Turn Undead Temporarily increases an undead creature's flee rating (its inclination to run from an attacker). The effect's magnitude is the value increase to the flee rating. 0.2

College of Destruction[edit]

The destruction spells harm living and undead creatures, and mages specializing in destruction are usually war wizards. There are many common variants of destruction spells, not to mention the countless custom versions created by ambitious spellcasters. There are so many different destruction spells that it helps to divide them into five different classes of effects: elemental damage, attribute-draining, attribute-damaging, vulnerability, and disintegration.

Icon Title Description Base Cost
MW-icon-effect-Corprus.jpg Corprus Infects the victim with corprus disease. Corprus is a special disease with unique properties. The victim remains affected by the disease until it is cured. 2500
MW-icon-effect-Damage Attribute.jpg Damage Attribute Lowers the value of one of the victim's base Attributes. Any derived attributes are recalculated. Attributes do not return to their original values at the end of the spell's duration and may only be restored with the appropriate restore attribute spell or potion. The magnitude is the units of attribute lost each second of the spell's duration. 8
MW-icon-effect-Damage Fatigue.jpg Damage Fatigue Lowers the value of a victim's Fatigue. Fatigue does not return to its original value at the end of the spell's duration; it restores normally, or may be restored with a restore fatigue spell or potion. The magnitude is the units of fatigue lost each second of the spell's duration. 4
MW-icon-effect-Damage Health.jpg Damage Health Lowers the value of a victim's Health. Health does not return to its original value at the end of the spell's duration; it restores normally, or may be restored with a restore health spell or potion. The magnitude is the units of health lost each second of the spell's duration. 8
MW-icon-effect-Damage Magicka.jpg Damage Magicka Lowers the value of a victim's Magicka. Magicka does not return to its original value at the end of the spell's duration; it restores normally, or may be restored with a restore magicka spell or potion. The magnitude is the units of magicka lost each second of the spell's duration. 8
MW-icon-effect-Damage Skill.jpg Damage Skill Lowers the value of one of the victim's Skills. Skills do not return to their original values at the end of the spell's duration; they may only be restored with the appropriate restore skill spell or potion. The magnitude is the units of skill lost each second of the spell's duration. 8
MW-icon-effect-Disintegrate Armor.jpg Disintegrate Armor Damages the health rating of an equipped piece of armor on a touched or ranged victim. 6
MW-icon-effect-Disintegrate Weapon.jpg Disintegrate Weapon Damages the health rating of an equipped weapon on a touched or ranged victim. 6
MW-icon-effect-Drain Attribute.jpg Drain Attribute Temporarily lowers the value of one of a victim's base Attributes. Any derived attributes are recalculated. Attributes return to their original values when the spell ends. The magnitude is the units of attribute reduced each second of the spell's duration. 1
MW-icon-effect-Drain Fatigue.jpg Drain Fatigue Temporarily lowers the value of the victim's Fatigue. Fatigue returns to its original value when the spell ends. The magnitude is the units of fatigue reduced each second of the spell's duration. 2
MW-icon-effect-Drain Health.jpg Drain Health Temporarily lowers the value of the victim's Health. Health returns to its original value when the spell ends. The magnitude is the units of health reduced each second of the spell's duration. 4
MW-icon-effect-Drain Magicka.jpg Drain Magicka Temporarily lowers the value of a victim's Magicka. Magicka returns to its original value when the spell ends. The magnitude is the units of magicka reduced each second of the spell's duration. 4
MW-icon-effect-Drain Skill.jpg Drain Skill Temporarily lowers the value of one of a victim's Skills. The skill returns to its original value when the spell ends. The magnitude is the units of skill reduced each second of the spell's duration. 1
MW-icon-effect-Fire Damage.jpg Fire Damage Produces a manifestation of elemental fire. Upon contact with an object, this manifestation explodes, causing damage. 5
MW-icon-effect-Frost Damage.jpg Frost Damage Produces a manifestation of elemental frost. Upon contact with an object, this manifestation causes frost damage over the area of the spell. 5
MW-icon-effect-Poison.jpg Poison Creates a spray of poisonous acid that causes damage to the health of the victim. A victim continues to lose health from the poison effect for the duration of the spell, unless the effect is canceled by a cure poison spell or potion. 9
MW-icon-effect-Shock Damage.jpg Shock Damage Produces bolts of elemental lightning. The magnitude is the damage received by the first victim along a bolt's path. 7
MW-icon-effect-Damage Magicka.jpg Stunted Magicka Prevents the target from regenerating magicka while sleeping for the duration of the effect. 1
MW-icon-effect-Sun Damage.jpg Sun Damage Causes the victim's health to be damaged while out of doors when the sun is up. The magnitude is the amount of health damaged. Damage is modified by the relative height of the sun in the sky, with the least damage occurring at sunrise (6 A.M.) and sunset (8 P.M.). 1
MW-icon-effect-Vampirism.jpg Vampirism Confers upon the subject all the abilities and weaknesses of the Porphyric Hemophilia disease. 5
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Blight Disease.jpg Weakness to Blight Disease Decreases the target's resistance to blight diseases. 4
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Common Disease.jpg Weakness to Common Disease Decreases the target's resistance to common diseases. 2
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Corprus Disease.jpg Weakness to Corprus Disease Decreases the target's resistance to Corprus disease. 4
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Fire.jpg Weakness to Fire Decreases the target's resistance to Fire Damage. 2
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Frost.jpg Weakness to Frost Decreases the target's resistance to Frost Damage. 2
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Magicka.jpg Weakness to Magicka Decreases the target's resistance to damage from non-elemental magic attacks. 2
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Normal Weapons.jpg Weakness to Normal Weapons Decreases the target's resistance to damage from normal weapons (non-enchanted or silver). 2
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Poison.jpg Weakness to Poison Decreases the target's resistance to Poison. 2
MW-icon-effect-Weakness to Shock.jpg Weakness to Shock Decreases the target's resistance to Shock Damage. 2

College of Illusion[edit]

The illusion spells affect the perception and mind of living subjects. Illusion effects include blinding, paralyzing, and silencing subjects, calming and enraging subjects, and distracting observers so they do not notice the caster -- the invisibility effect.

Icon Title Description Base Cost
MW-icon-effect-Blind.jpg Blind Obscures the vision of the victim, reducing their chance to strike an opponent with weapon or hand-to-hand attacks. 1
MW-icon-effect-Calm Creature.jpg Calm Creature Temporarily reduces a creature's attack rating (its inclination to attack). The effect's magnitude is the value of the reduction of the attack rating. When the effect ends, the creature's attack rating returns to normal. Humanoids, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 1
MW-icon-effect-Calm Humanoid.jpg Calm Humanoid Temporarily reduces a humanoid's attack rating (its inclination to attack). The effect's magnitude is the value of the reduction of the attack rating. When the effect ends, the humanoid's attack rating returns to normal. Creatures, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 1
MW-icon-effect-Chameleon.jpg Chameleon Allows the target to blend into the surroundings and remain unseen. The target can attack and use objects without disrupting the effect. The spell ranges from 1% to 100% effectiveness, the magnitude being equal to the degree of concealment. 1
MW-icon-effect-Charm.jpg Charm Temporarily increases the target's disposition towards the caster. When the effect ends, the target's disposition returns to its original value. 5
MW-icon-effect-Demoralize Creature.jpg Demoralize Creature Temporarily increases a creature's flee rating (its inclination to run from an attacker). The effect's magnitude is the value of the increase of the flee rating. When the effect ends, the creature's flee rating returns to normal. Humanoids, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 1
MW-icon-effect-Demoralize Humanoid.jpg Demoralize Humanoid Temporarily increases a humanoid's flee rating (its inclination to flee from an attacker). The effect's magnitude is the value of the increase of the flee rating. When the effect ends, the humanoid's flee rating returns to normal. Creatures, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. Note: This effect belongs to the College of Mysticism in the game, when it should clearly be Illusion. 1
MW-icon-effect-Frenzy Creature.jpg Frenzy Creature Temporarily increases a creature's attack rating (its inclination to attack). The effect's magnitude is the value of the increase in the attack rating. When the effect ends, the creature's attack rating returns to normal. Humanoids, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 1
MW-icon-effect-Frenzy Humanoid.jpg Frenzy Humanoid Temporarily increases a humanoid's attack rating (its inclination to attack). The effect's magnitude is the value of the increase in the attack rating. When the effect ends, the humanoid's attack rating returns to normal. Creatures, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 1
MW-icon-effect-Invisibility.jpg Invisibility Conceals the presence of the subject from observers. If the subject attacks, speaks, or activates an object, the effect is dispelled. The magnitude of this effect is not variable; the subject is always 100% invisible. 20
MW-icon-effect-Light.jpg Light Creates a projectile of tangible light. Upon striking a target, the projectile illuminates the area for the duration of the effect. The projectile does not cause any damage. 0.2
MW-icon-effect-Night Eye.jpg Night Eye Temporarily endows the subject with the ability to see in the dark. The effect's magnitude is the degree to which the ambient light level is raised. 0.2
MW-icon-effect-Paralyze.jpg Paralyze Renders the target unable to move. This effect has no magnitude, only duration. 40
MW-icon-effect-Rally Creature.jpg Rally Creature Temporarily decreases a creature's flee rating (its inclination to flee from an attacker). The effect's magnitude is the value of the decrease in the flee rating. When the effect ends, the creature's flee rating returns to normal. Humanoids, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 0.2
MW-icon-effect-Rally Humanoid.jpg Rally Humanoid Temporarily decreases a humanoid's flee rating (its inclination to flee from an attacker). The effect's magnitude is the value of the decrease in the flee rating. When the effect ends, the humanoid's flee rating returns to normal. Creatures, undead, Daedra, and artifacts are not affected by this spell. 0.2
MW-icon-effect-Sanctuary.jpg Sanctuary Causes the target to be harder to hit. The magnitude is the value that is added to the target's chance to dodge attacks. 1
MW-icon-effect-Silence.jpg Silence Temporarily renders a victim unable to cast spells. 40
MW-icon-effect-Sound.jpg Sound Produces a disorienting noise in the victim's mind. The magnitude is the reduction in the victim's chance to successfully cast spells. 3

College of Mysticism[edit]

The mysticism spells involve the manipulation of magical forces and boundaries to bypass the structures and limitations of the physical world. These spells bind souls in gems, or teleport the caster's body, or manipulate the world with telekinesis, or absorb or reflect magical energies, or sense unseen objects at a distance.

Icon Title Description Base Cost
MW-icon-effect-Absorb Attribute.jpg Absorb Attribute Temporarily transfers a portion of one of the victim's Attributes to the caster. The caster may exceed the attribute's maximum of 100 for the duration of the spell. When the effect ends, both caster and victim attributes return to their original values. 2
MW-icon-effect-Absorb Fatigue.jpg Absorb Fatigue Permanently transfers Fatigue from the victim to the caster, wearying the victim and invigorating the caster. The caster may not exceed their own natural maximum Fatigue value, but even if the caster is at full Fatigue, casting this spell will still drain the target's Fatigue. 4
MW-icon-effect-Absorb Health.jpg Absorb Health Permanently transfers Health from the victim to the caster, injuring the victim and vitalizing the caster. The caster may not exceed their own natural maximum Health value, but even if the caster is at full Health, casting this spell will still drain the target's Health. 8
MW-icon-effect-Absorb Magicka.jpg Absorb Magicka Transfers Magicka from the victim to the caster, reducing the victim's spellcasting reservoirs and filling the caster's. The caster may not exceed their own natural maximum Magicka value, but even if the caster is at full Magicka, casting this spell will still drain the target's Magicka. 8
MW-icon-effect-Absorb Skill.jpg Absorb Skill Temporarily reduces one of the victim's Skills and increases the caster's. When the effect ends, the caster loses the borrowed skill, and the victim regains all lost skill. Unused in the game, and only found on a developers' test item, Clutterbane. 2
MW-icon-effect-Almsivi Intervention.jpg Almsivi Intervention The subject of this effect is transported instantaneously to the altar of the nearest shrine or edifice of the Tribunal Temple. 150
MW-icon-effect-Detect Animal.jpg Detect Animal Allows the caster of this effect to detect any entity animated by a spirit; said entities appear on the map as red-circle symbols. This effect includes all classes of monsters (creatures, undead, Daedra, Dwemer constructs). Humanoids are NOT detected by this spell. The magnitude is the range in feet from the caster that animals are detected. 0.75
MW-icon-effect-Detect Enchantment.jpg Detect Enchantment Allows the caster of this effect to detect enchanted items; said items appear on the map as blue-circle symbols. The effect's magnitude is the range in feet from the caster that enchanted items are detected. 1
MW-icon-effect-Detect Key.jpg Detect Key Allows the caster of this effect to detect Keys; their locations appear on the map as green-circle symbols. The effect's magnitude is the range in feet from the caster that keys are detected. 1
MW-icon-effect-Dispel.jpg Dispel Removes magicka-based spell effects from the subject. Dispel does not affect abilities, disease, curses, or constant magic item effects. The magnitude is the chance an effect is removed. 5
MW-icon-effect-Divine Intervention.jpg Divine Intervention Transports the subject of this effect instantaneously to the altar of the nearest shrine of the Imperial Cult. 150
MW-icon-effect-Mark.jpg Mark Establishes a target location for the Recall spell to act upon. The location is established directly at the position of the caster when the spell is used. 350
MW-icon-effect-Recall.jpg Recall The subject is instantaneously transported to the point set by the Mark spell. 350
MW-icon-effect-Reflect.jpg Reflect Allows the subject to reflect spell effects back at an attacking caster. The effect's magnitude is the chance that a spell effect is reflected. If the reflect spell is successful, the opposing spells reflect back at the attacking caster. If the reflect spell fails, the opposing spells take effect normally. 10
MW-icon-effect-Soultrap.jpg Soultrap Traps the soul of the targeted creature in the smallest empty soul gem in the caster's inventory, if the creature is killed during the spell's duration. 2
MW-icon-effect-Spell Absorption.jpg Spell Absorption Allows the caster to absorb an attacking spell's power as an increase to their reservoir of magicka. The magnitude is the chance that an attacking spell will be absorbed. If successful, the caster absorbs the attacking spell's cost in spell points as increased magicka. The caster's magicka cannot be increased above the caster's standard magicka level. If failed, the attacking spell takes effect normally. 10
MW-icon-effect-Telekinesis.jpg Telekinesis Allows the subject to pick up items, open containers, and open interior doors from a distance. The magnitude is the number of feet the subject can reach. 1

College of Restoration[edit]

The restoration spells heal, restore, and fortify the body's attributes and abilities, cure disease, and protect it from other malign influences. The primary spells of this college heal wounds, cure disease, and restore lost vitality, but can also augment strength, endurance, intelligence, agility, and other bodily attributes.

Icon Title Description Base Cost
MW-icon-effect-Cure Blight Disease.jpg Cure Blight Disease Cures the subject of any and all Blight Diseases, and all associated traits. 2000
MW-icon-effect-Cure Common Disease.jpg Cure Common Disease Cures the subject of any and all Common Diseases. 300
MW-icon-effect-Cure Corprus Disease.jpg Cure Corprus Disease Cures the subject of Corprus. 2500
MW-icon-effect-Cure Paralyzation.jpg Cure Paralyzation Cures the subject of paralyzation. 100
MW-icon-effect-Cure Poison.jpg Cure Poison Cures the subject of any Poison affecting them. The effect does not restore health lost to poisoning. 100
MW-icon-effect-Fortify Attack.jpg Fortify Attack Raises the subject's chance of making a successful hit with a weapon or hand-to-hand attack.
This effect may be obtained only by completing the Threads of the Webspinner quest for the Morag Tong.
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MW-icon-effect-Fortify Attribute.jpg Fortify Attribute Temporarily increases the value of one of a subject's Attributes. Any derived attributes are recalculated. Attributes return to their original values when the spell ends. The magnitude is the value of the increase of the attribute. 1
MW-icon-effect-Fortify Fatigue.jpg Fortify Fatigue Temporarily increases the value of a subject's Fatigue. Fatigue returns to its original values when the spell ends. The magnitude is the value of the increase in fatigue. 0.5
MW-icon-effect-Fortify Health.jpg Fortify Health Temporarily increases the value of a subject's Health. Health returns to its original values when the spell ends. The magnitude is the value of the increase in health. 1
MW-icon-effect-Fortify Magicka.jpg Fortify Magicka Temporarily increases the value of a subject's Magicka. Magicka returns to its original values when the spell ends. The magnitude is the value of the increase in magicka. 1
MW-icon-effect-Fortify Maximum Magicka.jpg Fortify Maximum Magicka Modifies the multiplier used to derive the amount of magicka the subject currently retains. The magnitude is multiplied by the subject's Intelligence to derive the magicka. The standard multiplier is 0.5. This effect is only available from Birthsigns or Racial effects. 4
MW-icon-effect-Fortify Skill.jpg Fortify Skill Temporarily increases the value of one of the subject's Skills. The skill returns to its original value when the spell ends. The magnitude is the value of the increase in the skill. This spell may only be found by completing the Threads of the Webspinner quest for the Morag Tong in versions of Morrowind below 1.2. This spell may be purchased at the Temple of Almalexia in the Tribunal expansion pack. 1
MW-icon-effect-Remove Curse.jpg Remove Curse Removes the effect of a curse from the target. (Since there are no curses in the game, this is not available anywhere.) 15
MW-icon-effect-Resist Blight Disease.jpg Resist Blight Disease Increases the subject's resistance to Blight Diseases. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by blight disease effects. 5
MW-icon-effect-Resist Common Disease.jpg Resist Common Disease Increases the subject's resistance to Common Diseases. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by common disease effects. 2
MW-icon-effect-Resist Corprus Disease.jpg Resist Corprus Disease Increases the subject's resistance to Corprus disease. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by corprus disease effects. 5
MW-icon-effect-Resist Fire.jpg Resist Fire Increases the target's resistance to Fire Damage. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by elemental fire damage effects. 2
MW-icon-effect-Resist Frost.jpg Resist Frost Increases the target's resistance to Frost Damage. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by elemental frost damage effects. 2
MW-icon-effect-Resist Magicka.jpg Resist Magicka Increases the target's resistance to damage from magicka attacks not based on elemental forces. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by non-elemental magic attacks. 2
MW-icon-effect-Resist Normal Weapons.jpg Resist Normal Weapons Increases the target's resistance to damage caused by any non-enchanted or silver weapon. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by normal weapons. 5
MW-icon-effect-Resist Paralysis.jpg Resist Paralysis Increases the target's resistance to paralysis. The magnitude is the percentage added to the subject's standard resistance. 0.2
MW-icon-effect-Resist Poison.jpg Resist Poison Increases the target's resistance to Poison. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by poison effects. 2
MW-icon-effect-Resist Shock.jpg Resist Shock Increases the target's resistance to Shock Damage. The magnitude is the percentage of reduction in damage caused by elemental shock damage effects. 2
MW-icon-effect-Restore Attribute.jpg Restore Attribute Restores any of the subject's Attributes that have been reduced by magical attack. The magnitude is the units of attribute restored for each second of the spell's duration. 1
MW-icon-effect-Restore Fatigue.jpg Restore Fatigue Restores the subject's Fatigue if it has been affected by magical attack or loss. The magnitude is the units of fatigue restored for each second of the spell's duration. 1
MW-icon-effect-Restore Health.jpg Restore Health Restores the subject's Health if it has been affected by magical or normal attack. The magnitude is the units of health restored for each second of the spell's duration. 5
MW-icon-effect-Restore Magicka.jpg Restore Magicka Restores the subject's Magicka to its original value if it has been affected by magical attack or use. The magnitude is the units of magicka restored for each second of the spell's duration. 5
MW-icon-effect-Restore Skill.jpg Restore Skill Restores the subject's Skills if they have been reduced by magical attack. The magnitude is the units of skill restored for each second of the spell's duration. 1