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Hats are cosmetic collectibles which visually replace your equipped head item. They take precedence over both armor and costumes, but are disabled by polymorphs and the helmet toggle option in Settings. Hats were originally classed as costumes and could not be worn in conjunction with one.
- 1 Cadwell's Helm of Heroism
- 2 "Clever Man" Wizard Hat
- 3 Dwarf-Style Mage's Hat
- 4 Feathered Bycoket Cap
- 5 Fibonaccus Spiral Hat
- 6 Hedge Wizard's Claw Cap
- 7 Imperial Mananaut Cap & Goggles
- 8 Pumpkin Spectre Mask
- 9 Scarecrow Spectre Mask
- 10 Silvenari Felt Bycoket
- 11 Upright Antler Skullcap
- 12 Vosh Rakh Ceremonial Mask
- 13 Z'en Vengeance Kiss-Me-Not Cap
Cadwell's Helm of Heroism
- I say! What a jolly chapeau! That's good, solid Coldharbour iron—and at a pinch, one could use it to stew up a fine mulligatawny. Eh?
Received by completing Cadwell's Gold.
"Clever Man" Wizard Hat
- In the traveling comedy troupes of Tamriel, the recurring mage character is known as Fantasticus the Clever Man, and he wears the signature broad-brimmed pointy hat that just says "wizard" to the average citizen.
Dwarf-Style Mage's Hat
- This Dwarven-themed conical wizard hat and goggles is offered this season by Jork, the famous Tailor-Thane of Windhelm. "If the Dwarves were still around, and if Dwarves had wizards, I be this is just what they'd wear!" says the irrepressible Jork.
Feathered Bycoket Cap
- Do you see yourself as a jaunty forest outlaw, plundering the rich and then making fools of the Town Guard as you escape into the nearby woods? Swashbuckle away with a quip, a song, and this devil-may-care Feathered Bycoket Cap!
Fibonaccus Spiral Hat
- The Cheydinhal wizard Fibonaccus was renowned for both his exploit in animating the mermaid statue of Anvil, and for his conical hat that twisted into a spiral. It's said that when Fibonaccus was surprised, the hat would unfurl and stand straight up!
Hedge Wizard's Claw Cap
- Hedge Wizards, those itinerant folk-mages who cast minor spells for farmers and peasants, garner respect by wearing gear that's just a bit outrageous and intimidating - like the Claw Cap favored by the Hoodoo Tinkers of the Dragontail Mountains.
Imperial Mananaut Cap & Goggles
- This fanciful take on the cap and goggles of the legendary Imperial Mananauts, adapted by Diocletia of Skingrad from an old engraving, is this season's must-have item for fashionable wizards of the Mages Guild.
Pumpkin Spectre Mask
- It's a Witches Festival tradition to masquerade as Hollowjack the Pumpkin Spectre, menacing the adults and mock-frightening the timid. If that sounds like fun to you, this mask is just what you're looking for.
Scarecrow Spectre Mask
- Folk all across Tamriel know that during the Witches Festival you don't linger near the harvested fields, lest the Scarecrpw Spectre come and take your head. Now you can masquerade as this legendary bogeyman!
Silvenari Felt Bycoket
- This bycoket is the dashing felt cap worn by the Silvenar's Own Jaqspurs, the famous archers who form the personal guard of the Bosmer "Voice of the People." Under the Aldmeri Dominion, this elite unit has recently been revived by the latest Silvenar.
Available from the Crown Store for 400 .
Upright Antler Skullcap
- Nothing says "Happy to see you" like the aggressively elevated antlers of this Bosmeri skullcap! First impressions count, and you're sure to impress with this splendid rack on your cranium. For best results, wax the antlers to keep them smooth and shiny.
Vosh Rakh Ceremonial Mask
- Every member of the Vosh Rakh religious movement hides his or her identity behind a golden mask of Orcish visage patterned after Trinimac's own auric-tinged skin.
Acquired by completing the quest The Anger of a King.
Z'en Vengeance Kiss-Me-Not Cap
- When a Wood Elf vows a Vengeance Oath to the god Z'en, they may wear this tusk-encrusted cap as a symbol of having sworn off physical affection until the vendetta is complete. Admittedly, the Kiss-Me-Not is also sometimes worn just as a joke.
Available from the Crown Store for 400 .