Tribunal:The Museum

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Track down thirty-two almost-mythical artifacts for a museum's collection.
Quest Giver: Torasa Aram at Godsreach, Museum of Artifacts
Location(s): 32 locations across Morrowind
Reward: Up to 693,750 gold
ID: MS_Museum
Torasa Aram with a full range of exhibits in her Museum of Artifacts

Quick Walkthrough[edit]

  1. Talk to Torasa Aram about the Museum of Artifacts.
  2. Seek out one or more of the items listed below.
  3. Talk to Torasa Aram again, with one or more of the items.
  4. Sell, keep, or donate the item(s); dialogue options about each will be available.

Detailed Walkthrough[edit]

Torasa Aram can be found in the Museum of Artifacts, located in Godsreach next to the Craftsmen's Hall. Talk to her about the Museum and she will tell you that it is a privately-funded enterprise dedicated to collecting and displaying the artifacts of the world. If you bring her artifacts, she will buy them from you for a maximum of 30,000 gold.

The Artifacts[edit]

There are 32 artifacts that Torasa will take for the museum. Each item can be sold for half of its nominal value, up to the 30,000 gold ceiling, or, if you have reached a certain point in the quest The Blade of Nerevar, you can choose to donate it to the museum instead. At least two artifacts must be donated in order to complete The Blade of Nerevar quest.

TR = artifact found in Mournhold/Tribunal

Item Base
Item Base
Auriel's Bow 30000 15000 Ice Blade of the Monarch 95000 30000
Auriel's Shield 17000 8500 Lord's Mail 190000 30000
BiPolar BladeTR 40000 20000 Mace of Molag Bal 25000 12500
Bloodworm Helm 34000 17000 Mace of SlurringTR 20000 10000
Boots of Blinding Speed 500 250 Ring of Phynaster 18000 9000
Boots of the Apostle 55000 27500 Robe of the LichTR 22000 11000
Bow of Shadows 42000 21000 Skull Crusher 48000 24000
Chrysamere 95000 30000 Spear of Bitter Mercy 130000 30000
Cuirass of the Savior's Hide 150000 30000 Spell Breaker 115000 30000
Dagger of SymmachusTR 20000 10000 Staff of Hasedoki 75000 30000
Dragonbone cuirass 180000 30000 Staff of Magnus 210000 30000
Ebony Mail 120000 30000 Ten Pace Boots 140000 30000
Eleidon's Ward 200000 30000 Umbra Sword 110000 30000
Fang of Haynekhtnamet 32000 16000 Vampiric Ring 32000 16000
Goldbrand 150000 30000 Veloth's Judgement 30000 15000
Helm of Oreyn Bearclaw 125000 30000 Warlock's Ring 22000 11000


  • If you plan on completing the Tribunal Main Quest, make sure not to sell all of the artifacts on the list, leaving at least two to donate.
  • The quest never finishes, even if you bring Torasa all the artifacts on the list.
  • If you donate or sell an item to the Museum, and then steal it, you cannot donate that item back to the Museum. If you speak to Torasa about a stolen item while it's still in your inventory, she will alert the guards. This also applies if you added another unit of the item to your inventory with the AddItem console command after giving her the original item.
  • While Aram will give you the best price for these items under normal circumstances, it is possible to sell all the artifacts for full value by exploiting Creeper or the Mudcrab merchant.
  • Some of the items mentioned in Tamrielic Lore, like Scourge, Fists of Randagulf, or the Ring of Khajiit cannot be sold to Torasa.

Quest Stages[edit]

The following Quest_ID and Index codes can be used with the Journal Console command to manually update the quest to a certain point.

The Museum (MS_Museum)
Index Finishes Quest Journal Entry
10 The Museum is privately funded, and is an effort to collect and display many of the artifacts from this part of the world. Should you want to sell something you feel the Museum will be interested in, bring the item here and we can assess its value. Be warned, however, that theft is a serious matter, and likely to equal a death warrant for any foolish enough to attempt it.