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The ring often whispers in the dead of night—laughter, clinking glassware, and anguished screams.

The Death Dealer’s Fete is a Mythic ring that can be obtained through the Antiquities system.

For more information, see the main lore article.

Bonuses[edit]

1 item: Gain a persistent stack of Escalating Fete every 2 seconds you are in combat, up to 30 stacks max. Each stack of Escalating Fete increases your Maximum Stamina, Health, and Magicka by 88. You lose a stack of Escalating Fete every 4 seconds you are out of combat.

Fragments[edit]

  • Five fragments are required to create the item, all of which require a master-quality Lead in order to scry, and are classed as master difficulty to excavate.
  • You are required to be at least level 7 in Scrying, and have the Antiquarian Insight IV passive in order to scry Master difficulty leads.
  • Fragment Leads are largely found in the same zone as where the fragment is excavated, save for a few cases where it may be found in different zone.
Icon Lead Source Zone Codex Entry
ON-icon-fragment-Warm Asymmetrical Ruby.png Warm Asymmetrical Ruby Oblivion Portals final chest Blackwood Well! Does anyone else find this stone as unsettling as I do? It doesn't feel necessarily evil, just ... immensely powerful. I would not use this to juggle, is what I'm saying. — Gabrielle Benele The color reminds me of blood. It's also huge. Excessively so. This has Sanguine written all over it. It's so lavish but also unsettling. It feels warm to the touch! Or I might be imagining things. — Amalien The shape is a curiosity. Uneven, for certain, but I noticed one side is smooth. This could be for any number of reasons, but I think the most reasonable is that it was fixed against something once. A necklace, maybe? A ring? — Reginus Buca
ON-icon-fragment-Carved Signet Base.png Carved Signet Base Patrolling Horrors in the Imperial City Districts Imperial City This inscription is faded almost completely, like it's been worn smooth. It looks as though whoever handled this rubbed it down over time. Whether that was on purpose, or merely a function of the signet itself, I can't say. — Reginus Buca I would be less inclined to believe that this was some kind of worry talisman, or a token of good luck. The inscription, though faded, was clearly detailed enough to suggest this was quite an expensive piece. Perhaps from a noble family? — Verita Numida Is it just me, or does holding this inspire a sense of reckless indulgence? Like, gazing at it, I feel like I could do anything! I don't really sense anything magical about the piece itself, but it's been touched by a powerful being. Possibly Daedric! — Amalien
ON-icon-fragment-Weighted Spiked Bridge.png Weighted Spiked Bridge Rewards for the Worthy mail Any Ooh, spooky! I'm positive this is some kind of bridge that once held jewels for a ring, but the open spaces kind of make the whole thing look like a grinning fanged mouth! Daedra, anyone? — Amalien While I am not outright horrified by this artifact, I am puzzled by it. I agree that it once belonged to a ring, but I can't determine the make of it. Based on the condition of the materials, I would date this piece somewhere in the mid-First Era? — Reginus Buca I agree it looks rather forbidding, but I wonder if this might have looked less threatening and more luxurious with the jewels intact. I defer to Amalien on Daedric anything, but I'd also consider looking at a less malevolent origin. — Gabrielle Benele
ON-icon-fragment-Sturdy Silver Prongs.png Sturdy Silver Prongs Dragonstar Arena final reward chest Craglorn At first glance, it might be missed, but the prongs (that I assume were likely fashioned to hold jewels of some kind) are actually conduits for magicka. They're specially crafted to keep the integrity of the prongs even when dealing with powerful magic. — Gabrielle Benele While this is cleary very old, I'm still fascinated to see the prongs separate from whatever they once held. Many rings from the mid-First Era had this kind of crude fastening system with heavy handed smithing, making the prongs near unbreakable. — Reginus Buca Perhaps it was made for combat? Or some other kind of rigorous activity? It seems Daedric in origin, and I can think of at least one Daedric Prince who never gives his followers a moment's rest: Sanguine. — Amalien
ON-icon-fragment-Wide Barbed Shank.png Wide Barbed Shank Magical Anomalies reward chest Craglorn Has anyone else noticed the hooks on the inside of this loop? They're miniscule, but I would think putting such a thing around your finger would be rather painful. I don't recommend anyone trying it. — Reginus Buca Whoever fashioned this ring definitely didn't want it flying off at any provocation. Seems like they eliminated the very possibility. I've never been quite so serious about my own jewelry, but to each their own. — Gabrielle Benele There are accounts of the Daedric Prince Sanguine giving mortals these kinds of rings when they attended his parties. Some say they would tighten unexpectedly to keep those who were bound to party from giving in to exhaustion. Definitely don't put it on! — Amalien