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This is a list of all of the Antiquities that are found in the Clockwork City.

ON-icon-furniture-Soulgem Greater.png Name Series Two Animo Core Value 250
Verita Numida
For once in my august career, I am at a loss. This object clearly performs some vital function in Sotha Sil's secret lair. Beyond that, I have no idea. I hope you won't try to regale me with tales of his fanciful "clockwork kingdom." It's preposterous.
Gabrielle Benele
Don't be so quick to dismiss such things, Verita. The Clockwork City is a very real place. I think. In any case, this looks like some sort of ancient vessel. I see a crystaline [sic] residue inside. Residual accumulation from some kind of alchemical solution?
Amalien
Just so, Gabrielle! Sotha Sil borrowed all manner of ideas from the dwarves. This vessel is his answer to the Dwemeric dynamo core. If you conducted a test on that residue, I think you'll find it shares many of the same properties as soul gems!
Type Treasure
Difficulty Simple
‎‎Lead
  • Accessible by default
ON-icon-stolen-Stick with String.png Name Apostle's Scourge Value 1,000
Ugron gro-Thumog
Some kind of religious scourge. Used for self-flagellation no doubt. Mauloch's jawbone, this tool is ancient. The Daedric script here--see how it gives way to these more geometric runes? What were these Dark Elves punishing themselves for?
Amalien
I know precious little about Sotha Sil's followers, but a mad mage I spoke to insisted that Sotha Sil's followers--the Clockwork Apostles--worship Sotha Sil, obviously, but they've also turned their back on Daedra-worship entirely! Can you imagine?
Reginus Buca
I can't. No matter who they worship now, the Dark Elves are still children of the Velothi tradition. Then again, if a living god tells you to abandon a belief, who would refuse? Present day apostles probably can't even remember the Good Daedra's names.
Type Treasure
Difficulty Intermediate
‎‎Lead
ON-icon-stolen-Jar.png Name Elegiac Vessel Value 5,000
Reginus Buca
Is this a pot? Or a vase? Or an urn of some kind? I've never seen such an oddly shaped vessel. It appears to be made of some strange, striated stone. Something artificial no doubt. It's almost like the craftsman built it in layer—one on top of the other. And what's inside? Roland's Tear flowers, perfectly preserved. And a note, as well? It simply says, "Forgive me." How perplexing. Nonetheless, this would likely fetch a king's ransom in a Vvardenfell auction house. Quite a find!
Type Treasure
Difficulty Advanced
‎‎Lead
ON-icon-furniture-Mnemonic Star-Sphere.png Name Mnemonic Star-Sphere Value N/A
Reginus Buca
I've seen a little bit of everything, and I can say with total certainty, I have never seen anything like this. I haven't the foggiest idea how it operates, what it's made of, or what it does. You have my deepest apologies.
Amalien
That's your problem, Reginus. You have no imagination! This came from the Clockwork City—a world of arcane wonders where anything is possible! Based on these "exodromal notes" we received, it seems this is some sort of remembering-device. I guess?
Gabrielle Benele
Exactly right! I have it on good authority that Sotha Sil (one of the Dark Elf gods) keeps his memories stored away in a great orrery full of stars. Another name for manufactured memory stones, I suppose. Who knows what memories this contains!
Type Furniture (view furnishing)
Difficulty Master
‎‎Lead