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Statue of Saint Olms in Vivec City, St. Olms Canton
Race Dunmer Gender Male
Resided in Vvardenfell
Clockwork City
Appears in ESO

Saint Olms the Just is the Dunmeri Patron of Chandlers and Clerks and the patron saint of House Indoril.[1]. Olms was the founder of the Ordinators, and was responsible for the conceiving and articulating the fundamental principles of testing, ordeal, and repentance.[2]

Saints Llothis and Olms were known to ride through the Brass Fortress during the parades on holy days on fabricant Nix-Ox mounts.[3]

When close to death, Sotha Sil placed Olms's soul into a modified black soul gem which was then brought to the Asylum Sanctorium in the Clockwork City and installed into a Clockwork Titan to make him immortal.[4] Unfortunately, the process eventually drove him to madness, which manifested as paranoia, an obsessive desire for freedom, and a persecution complex as he viewed his position as an unjust punishment or test from the Tribunal. His soul was released from the Clockwork Titan in 2E 582, and kept safe in the black soul gem whilst he rested.[5]

One of the cantons in Vivec City was named in honor of him, and a statue of him was erected on the upper outer levels.[6] The same was done for Delyn, and together they were called the Twin Saints.[UOL 1] Offerings made to Saint Olms would grant 'Olm's Benediction', granting one resistance to common diseases.[7]


See Also[edit]

  • For game-specific information, see the ESO article.


Note: The following references are considered to be unofficial sources. They are included to round off this article and may not be authoritative or conclusive.