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ON-icon-armor-Markyn Ring of Majesty.png
Carved from morpholith and crowned with a searing gem, this Daedric ring weighs heavy on the hand. All the malice of the Kyn dwells in its many loops—as does the glory of their warrior barons.

Markyn Ring of Majesty is a Mythic ring with the Bloodthirsty trait which can be obtained through the Antiquities system. It was released as part of the Deadlands DLC.

Bonuses[edit]

1 item: Gain 100 Weapon and Spell Damage and 1157 Armor for every set you are wearing at least 3 or more pieces of. Current bonus: 0 Weapon and Spell Damage and 0 Armor.

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-Morpholith Shank.png Morpholith Shank Treasure Chests in Coldharbour Deadlands A ring, obviously, but what a strange material. Not quite metal, or at least not like any I've ever seen. It's quite old, but you can still make out the places where the shank itself was tapered, possibly where a stone was set? —Verita Numida I think this is made of morpholith! It's a very rare mineral and usually only found in pocket realms of Oblivion. They can only be harvested by Daedra! Most of the time the mineral is unstable, but somehow this one isn't. At least ... I think. —Amalien I think if it were unstable, we'd have known by now. That's the last word I'd use to describe this, it's been meticulously rendered. If Daedra cared at all about wealth, this would probably be quite pricy. —Reginus Buca
ON-icon-quest-Gemstone Tear Red.png Searing Gem Daedrats in Deadlands Deadlands A ruby perhaps? Or something far darker. The Daedra use all manner of exotic stones in their work. I'm near certain this one does not exist on Nirn. —Reginus Buca You're right about this stone being otherworldly, Reginus. It's a searing stone—a crystalized fragment of Daedric dynamism. I have no idea if it's mined or hand made. No member of the Mages Guild has ever had a chance to study one. —Gabrielle Benele Oh, it's mined. I know it! It's a "naturally occurring" mineral in the Deadlands. As if anything is natural there, right? Exciting, since anything occurring naturally in the Deadlands is som [sic] aspect of Dagon's will in physical form. Marvelous! —Amalien
ON-icon-stolen-Ruby.png Firescourge Band Deadlands Daily Reward Coffer in Fargrave Deadlands Looks like part of a ring. Not anything fancy--definitely not something made for ornamental purposes. I would say this is a piece of jewelry meant to signify rank. The symbols on the inside are definitely Daedric. —Reginus Buca Daedric indeed! These are symbols of the Firescourage Clan. They're kind of like foot-soldiers that serve Mehrunes Dagon. Not an imaginitive [sic] group, but still powerful. I wonder if this was worn by one of their members? —Amalien One of their leaders maybe. A Markyn? I always get their tusking ranks mixed up. The craftmanship suggests this was constructed for more than your average grunt, at any rate. Something to show off their rank to the lower castes and their peers. —Ugron-gro Thumog
ON-icon-fragment-Ruinblood Coil.png Ruinblood Coil Mobs in Banished Cells I & II Deadlands The Ruinblood clan is one of the most powerful Dremora clans that serve Mehrunes Dagon. You don't mess with these rascals! This coil definitely bears their symbol, but it looks like something was stacked on the top and bottom of it. —Amalien Aren't the mages of the Ruinblood Clan experts in magic that involves blood? That might explain the color. I wonder if that's cosmetic, or genuine. With Dremora, I guess you never know. —Gabrielle Benele The weight of this coil and the significance of it seems worth mentioning. This was obviously something worn by a very high ranking Dremora, or perhaps worn to signify rank to others? Perhaps there were other clans stacked around ths [sic] coil? —Reginus Buca
ON-icon-stolen-Ring.png Mindcleaver Loop Den of the Unmaker World Boss in Deadlands Deadlands This looks like part of a larger set. I don't recognize the symbols on the band, it's not any symbology I'm familiar with. It also looks rather tarnished. Like someone attempted to scratch the symbols out. —Reginus Buca It's hard to make out, but these look like the symbols of Dremora Mindcleaver clan. As far as I know, they were deposed by the Firescourage [sic] and Ruinblood clans at some point. Maybe this thing predates that? —Amalien I'm no expert on Dremora, but when two clans work together to put another down, it doesn't take an expert to know that is no small matter. The fact that these symbols are scratched out is telling as well. —Ugron gro-Thumog