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Apocryphal Clothier Station
Category Services (Crafting Stations)
Quality Legendary
Limit Type Traditional Furnishings
Bind Bind on Pickup
Behavior Crafting Station
This Apocryphal loom was crafted by the artisans of Cipher's Midden in reverence for Mora. And, of course, to practically sew garb for new initiates. This is a large house item. When placed in your home, it allows you to craft Clothing items.
Apocryphal Clothier Station

The Apocryphal Clothier Station is a unique Antiquity Furnishing that is available via the Antiquities system. The furnishing is split into 5 fragments, found throughout Infinite Archive. It functions exactly like the regular clothing stations found in the world - the only difference is its Apocrypha theme.

The station consists of (?).

Leads for each fragment drops from various sources and are all Master level difficulty, meaning you need to be at least level 7 in Scrying and have the Antiquarian Insight IV passive to scry. After collecting, scrying, and excavating all 5 leads, you are automatically awarded the Apocryphal Clothier Station and the furnishing is added to your inventory.

Available From[edit]

  • After completing this entry in the Antiquity Codex, this furnishing may be purchased from Vasei in Necrom for 00150000150,000 Gold.
  • Codex Entries required: 15


This antiquity furnishing can be obtained via the Antiquities system. First, you must obtain the following Antiquity leads:

Icon Lead Location Source(s) Difficulty Codex
ON-icon-furnishing-Deadlands Grate, Large.png Lead: Carved Mora Treadles Apocrypha Master Verita Numida Ugron gro-Thumog Amalein
Mora's markings are of course instantly recognizable, but these pedals at the base stick out like a sorcerer's staff. The One Who Knows holds secrets and truths of Tamriel's history, perhaps even Nirn, that are beyond our understanding. Certainly, beyond mine. They're treadles, Ugron. I loved using these on my loom back in Summerset. High Elf children can tend to be cruel just as they are cunning, and having a hobby helped channel my frustrations.
ON-icon-furnishing-Dwarven Liminal Diffusion.png Lead: Endless Apocryphal Light Apocrypha Master Gabrielle Benele Amalein Verita Numida
Apocrypha's everlasting green illumination is one phenomenon I've always debated: magicka, or soul energy? Perhaps the beads of light hold malachite to absorb magicka? Elven armor is embroidered with it in Summerset. I've traded with Malachite and could recognize its glow with my eyes closed - this is brighter and more absorbing. It seems to power something for infinite use, and neither magicka is hardly endless.
ON-icon-fragment-Sixth House Thread.png Lead: Fated Loom Threads Apocrypha Master Reginus Buca Gabrielle Benele Amalein
While my knowledge in fabrics leaves much to be desired, I examined each strand of fabric and discovered something curious. Any guesses? Another one of your games, Reginus? A skim through my fingers tells me it's definitely not magicka, and yet the feeling is somehow familiar. The fabric itself may be resonant with Daedric energy, but each thread is laced with a fated strand of Apocrypha itself. Perhaps weaving it into something puts the wearer in fate's favor? Mora, always mysterious!
ON-icon-lead-Sclerotic Tentacle.png Lead: Structural Tentacle Arch Apocrypha Master Amalein Verita Numida Amalein
The craftsmanship is exquisite. Almost has me believing that these tentacles actually move. Best temper your sight and self, Amalein, for it might blind what's truly here. What we can learn about Apocryphal design. Mortal make, it seems. But guided by a Daedric hand.
ON-icon-lead-Runic Legs.png Lead: Writhing Tendril Harness Apocrypha Master Verita Numida Amalein Ugron gro-Thumog
These tentacles seem to be working together for a stronger grip, forming a tendril of sorts … but to carve and bend materials in such a manner. The finishing and texture don't match the other Apocryphic relics we've found at all. Either that, or someone never bothered to finish with a polish. As history has taught us countless times: a weapon or tool is hailed for its use rather than its appearance. And yet, what an appearance this has.

Release Notes

Update 40 (Infinite Archive - October 2023)

  • Released