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Artifact Styles
Material None
Outfit System
Armor Styles 0 Weapon Styles 1
Small Armor 000000000 Gold 1-Handed 1500
Large Armor 000000000 Gold 2-Handed 3000

Artifact Styles are a series of outfit styles inspired by the various artifacts that appear throughout the series. While replicas are defined as an exact copies, these styles can differ from what the actual artifacts looks like in-game. This is because they have been given updated models and also that many artifacts are known to change form. An example being the real Ebony Blade appearing as a one-handed sword, while its replica is a greatsword.

They take the form of weapons styles only, and are available to purchase individually from the Crown Store for a limited time. They can be applied using the Outfit System. They are bundled with an Outfit Change Token, but some bundles may include additional items, such as a relevant Daedric prince's banner furnishing.

The majority of Artifact Style releases coincide with the month the summoning day of a Daedric Prince falls under.

Released Artifacts[edit]

The following list is ordered by the months they are annually sold by.

Fork of Horripilation[edit]

Fork of Horripilation
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An Outfit style that replicates the Fork of Horriplation Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon created by the Daedric Prince Sheogorath.

As Sheogorath's Summoning Day falls on the 2nd of Sun's Dawn (i.e. February 2nd), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in February for 012001200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Firstblade[edit]

Firstblade
ON-icon-weapon-Sword-Firstblade.png
This includes a sword Outfit style replicating the Firstblade Elder Scrolls Artifact, a strange sword the Skaal of Solstheim say belonged to a renegade Dragon Priest named Miraak far in the distant past.

As Hermaeus Mora's Summoning Day falls on the 5th of First Seed (i.e. March 5th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in March for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Chrysamere[edit]

Chrysamere
ON-icon-weapon-Greatsword-Chrysamere.png
This includes a two-handed Outfit style replicating the Chrysamere Elder Scrolls Artifact, a sword also known as the Paladin's Blade.

As Azura's Summoning Day falls on the 21st of First Seed (i.e. March 21st), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in March for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.
*Despite the implications of the bundle, Chrysamere is not a Daedric artifact, being unaligned.

Spellbreaker[edit]

Spellbreaker
ON-icon-armor-Shield-Spellbreaker.png
This includes a shield Outfit style replicating the Spellbreaker Elder Scrolls Artifact, a Dwarven shield associated with the Daedric Prince Peryite. Sometime in the early First Era it was granted for a time to the Dragon Priest Zaan the Scalecaller.

As Peryite's Summoning Day falls on the 9th of Rain's Hand (i.e. April 9th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in April for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Sinweaver[edit]

Sinweaver
ON-icon-weapon-Greatsword-Sinweaver.png
This includes a two-handed Outfit style replicating the Sinweaver Elder Scrolls Artifact, an ancient Elven sword possibly Ayleid in origin, though it's endowed with powers often associated with Daedric weapons.

As Namira's Summoning Day falls on the 9th of Second Seed (i.e. May 9th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in May for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Spear of Bitter Mercy[edit]

Spear of Bitter Mercy
ON-icon-weapon-Staff-Spear of Mercy.png
This includes a staff Outfit style replicating the Spear of Bitter Mercy Elder Scrolls Artifact, a mighty weapon from Oblivion usually associated with the Daedric Prince Hircine.

As Hircine's Summoning Day falls on the 5th of Mid Year (i.e. June 5th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in June for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Skull of Corruption[edit]

Skull of Corruption
ON-icon-weapon-Staff-Skull of Corruption.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Skull of Corruption Elder Scrolls Artifact, a relic of Vaermina best known for bringing out dark reflections of its victims.

As Vaermina's Summoning Day falls on the 10th of Sun's Height (i.e. July 10th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in July for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Sword of Jyggalag[edit]

Sword of Jyggalag
ON-icon-weapon-Sword-Sword of Jyggalag.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Sword of Jyggalag Elder Scrolls Artifact, the claymore created by the absent Prince of Order.

The weapon style of the absent Daedric Prince fills the void of the month without a summoning day, and is thus is expected to be sold sometime in August for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Bow of Shadows[edit]

Bow of Shadows
ON-icon-weapon-Bow-Bow of Shadows.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Bow of Shadows Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon created by the Daedric Prince Nocturnal.

As Nocturnal's Summoning Day falls on the 3rd of Hearth Fire (i.e. September 3rd), the style is expected to be available in the Crown Store sometime in September for 012001200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Volendrung[edit]

Volendrung
ON-icon-weapon-Maul-Volendrung.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Volendrung Elder Scrolls Artifact, a paradoxical weapon forever torn between its Dwarven origins and Malacath's Daedric influence.

As Malacath's Summoning Day falls on the 8th of Frostfall (i.e. October 8th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in October for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Ebony Blade[edit]

Ebony Blade
ON-icon-weapon-Greatsword-Ebony Blade.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Ebony Blade Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon forged by the Daedric Prince Mephala.

As Mephala's Summoning Day falls on the 13th of Frostfall (i.e. October 13th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in October for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Fearstruck[edit]

Fearstruck
ON-icon-armor-Shield-Fearstruck.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Fearstruck Elder Scrolls Artifact, a shield crafted by the Daedric Prince Boethiah. Reportedly destroyed by a wyrm in the First Era, this shield and its memory live on only in the imagination and reproductions.

As Boethiah's Summoning Day falls on the 2nd of Sun's Dusk (i.e. November 2nd), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in November for 012001,200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Mehrunes' Razor[edit]

Mehrunes' Razor
ON-icon-weapon-Dagger-Mehrunes' Razor.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Mehrunes' Razor Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon forged by the Daedric Prince Mehrunes Dagon.

As Mehrunes Dagon's Summoning Day falls on the 20th of Sun's Dusk (i.e. November 20th), the style is expected to be available to buy from the Crown Store sometime in November for 012001200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Mace of Molag Bal[edit]

Mace of Molag Bal, part of a Bundle
ON-icon-weapon-Mace-Mace of Molag Bal.png
An Outfit style that replicates the Mace of Molag Bal Elder Scrolls Artifact, the claymore [sic] created by your foe, the Prince of Domination.

The Mace of Molag Bal Style was available for free as part of the Player Appreciation Bundle from July 16 to July 30, 2020.

Upcoming Artifacts[edit]

The following artifacts have been datamined as future Outfit styles, and may soon be seen as PvP artifacts in Cyrodiil. They are also ordered by the month they may appear in:

Rueful Axe

Rueful Axe[edit]

ON-icon-weapon-Battleaxe-Rueful Axe.png
This includes a two-handed Outfit style replicating the Rueful Axe Elder Scrolls Artifact, a battle axe often associated with Clavicus Vile - and deals later regretted.

Clavicus Vile's Summoning Day falls on the 1st of Morning Star 1st (i.e. January 1st), so this style may be sold on a January for 012001200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Dawnbreaker[edit]

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An Outfit style that replicates the Dawnbreaker Elder Scrolls Artifact, a weapon created by the Daedric Prince Meridia.

Meridia's Summoning Day falls on Morning Star 13th (i.e. January 13th), so this style may be sold on a January for 012001200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

Sanguine's Rose[edit]

ON-icon-weapon-Staff-Sanguine Rose.png
This includes a staff Outfit style replicating the Sanguine's Rose Elder Scrolls Artifact, a charming weapon from Oblivion usually associated with the Daedric Prince Sanguine.

Sanguine's Summoning Day falls on Sun's Dawn 16th (i.e. February 16th), so this style may be sold on a February for 012001200 Crowns (or 00900900 Crowns if discounted for ESO Plus players). See the lore page for historical information.

See Also[edit]