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The Ayleid Crown of Nenalata is an ancient elven helmet with a Reflect Spell and two fortify enchantments. The enchantments are leveled, so they vary depending on the level of the Hero when they obtain the item.
|Level||Base Value||Weight||Base Armor||Health||Enchantments||Armor ID|
|1-4||4300||1||0||344|| Fortify Skill: Alteration 5 pts|
Fortify Skill: Conjuration 5 pts
Reflect Spell 8%
|5-9||5900||1||0||344|| Fortify Skill: Alteration 7 pts|
Fortify Skill: Conjuration 7 pts
Reflect Spell 11%
|10-14||7500||1||0||344|| Fortify Skill: Alteration 9 pts|
Fortify Skill: Conjuration 9 pts
Reflect Spell 14%
|15-19||9100||1||0||344|| Fortify Skill: Alteration 11 pts|
Fortify Skill: Conjuration 11 pts
Reflect Spell 17%
|20-24||10700||1||0||344|| Fortify Skill: Alteration 13 pts|
Fortify Skill: Conjuration 13 pts
Reflect Spell 20%
|25+||13100||1||0||344|| Fortify Skill: Alteration 15 pts|
Fortify Skill: Conjuration 15 pts
Reflect Spell 25%
- Base Value refers to the value without factoring the effects of Mercantile skill or NPC disposition.
- Base Armor refers to the armor rating of the piece without factoring the effects of the appropriate Light Armor or Heavy Armor skill.
Note: The stats of the stolen crown are weaker than the one obtained from Lord Umbacano, if he has transformed into the King of Nenalata.
- The Crown also makes in appearance in The Elder Scrolls Online, in the Marbruk Mages Guild's vault, along with other Ayleid artifacts.