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This article is about the antiquity. For the achievement, see Torc of the Last Ayleid King (achievement).

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The "lordly elves" were arrogant beyond measure. This symbol, rumored to have been worn by their final ruler, is powerful. But brooks no competing magics.

Torc of the Last Ayleid King is a Mythic necklace that comes with the Triune trait. It can be obtained through the Antiquities system. It was released with the Scions of Ithelia DLC, but is considered part of Necrom.


1 item: Reduce Damage Taken by 15%. Adds 1337 Weapon and Spell Damage. Adds 500 Magicka and Stamina Recovery. Disable all other item set bonuses.


Icon Lead Source Zone Codex Entry
ON-icon-fragment-Ancestor Silk Ribbon.png Ancestor Silk Ribbon Infinite Archive chests Infinite Archive A wide silk ribbon, such as you might use for a medal. There is a faint pattern woven into the silk, showing birds in flight. It seems to be ancestor silk, but I haven't seen its like. — Ugron gro-Thumog That's because this ribbon is an extraordinarily well preserved example of ancient silk. With the proper baths and treatments, ancestor silk can last centuries. I don't recognize the pattern, though. — Reginus Buca It's older than you think. In fact, this is not Nibenese silk at all. The bird pattern is Ayleid, from the early First Era. Everyone knows the Heartland Elves were the first to weave ancestor silk. — Verita Numida
ON-icon-fragment-Feathered Palladium Cradle.png Feathered Palladium Cradle Infinite Archive chests Infinite Archive Here we see an example of Ayleid jewelcraft at its best. This is the mounting for a large stone, unfortunately missing. If meteoric iron was the servant of the Ayleids, palladium was their delight. — Ugron gro-Thumog Note how the prongs intended to secure the missing stone are cleverly disguised as delicate wings. I imagine this was part of a pendant or amulet, but we have neither the base nor the jewel. — Reginus Buca Ah. The so-called "feathered jewels" were associated with House Dynar, the royal line of long-lost Nenalata. I always wondered what exactly the ancient scribes meant by that turn of phrase. — Verita Numida
ON-icon-fragment-Meteoric Iron Triquetra.png Meteoric Iron Triquetra Infinite Archive chests Infinite Archive Good metal, this. The Ayleids were masters of meteoric iron and crafted many fine blades from it. But I do not think this was part of a weapon. What is the significance of these interlocking rings? — Ugron gro-Thumog The three-ring loop is a triquetra. It symbolizes land, sea, and sky. This one appears to be an amulet or medallion of great age, although it's missing the central stone. — Reginus Buca I've seen this triquetra before, in the ruins of Nenalata. It was the emblem of the royal house. This medallion might have been looted from a king's tomb when the Alessian Order razed the city. — Verita Numida

ON-icon-fragment-Palladium Talon.png Palladium Talon Infinite Archive chests Infinite Archive Interesting. This appears to be the hook or ring that secured an amulet to its chain. As you can see, it's shaped like an eagle's talon. Altmeri, I think. But I don't recognize the metal. — Amalien It's palladium. A rare ore much-loved by Ayleid jewelers for its luster and durability. The ancient High Elves weren't the only ones who admired birds. — Ugron gro-Thumog Oh! Of course. I should have put two and two together. Yes, the Ayleids often used feather and talon motifs in their work. I'd love to see the rest of this medallion; it must have been impressive. — Amalien
ON-icon-misc-Welkynd Stone.png Welkynd Jewel Infinite Archive chests Infinite Archive Judging by its size and cut, this jewel was the center of a large piece such as a medallion or a crown. Its innate magicka gives it that striking color. Could it be an Ayleid welkynd crystal? — Reginus Buca A welkynd stone? How exciting! It's said that each welkynd came from a star that fell from the sky. Imagine that--a piece of Aetherius in your hand! The Ayleids greatly prized them. — Amalien Aetherial gems were potent tools in the hands of a mage. This one likely belonged to an Ayleid sorcerer-king. I recall an ancient text that described the "blue gem" of a king of Nenalata. Could this be one such gem? — Gabrielle Benele


  • It used to be called the Emblem of the Last Ayleid King before it was changed.