The Levitation Act is an act that was legislated in 3E 421, restricting the use of levitation magic. Despite the act, levitation magic was still prevalent in Morrowind up until at least the late Third Era—most notably by Telvanni wizards, whose towers required the knowledge of levitation magic in order to reach the upper levels. Levitation spells were still being sold by members of the Mages Guild after the passing of the act, and were even sold by vendors serving the Imperial Legion in Ebonheart. Levitation was nevertheless banned in the capital city of Mournhold by the will of Almalexia.
Dovyn Aren, a well-known teacher of levitation magic prior to the Levitation Act (Oblivion)
The Telvanni tower of Tel Naga, which required the use of levitation to access (Morrowind)
- Overheard conversations regarding Dovyn Aren in Oblivion
- Telvanni Towers in Morrowind
- Levitation spells being sold by Mages Guild and Imperial Legion vendors in Morrowind
- Dialogue in Tribunal