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- Main article: Books (Online)
- Main article: Books (Skyrim)
- Main article: Books (Oblivion)
- Main article: Books (Morrowind)
- Permanently increases Light Armor (Morrowind)
- Permanently increases Light Armor (Oblivion)
- Permanently increases Light Armor (Skyrim)
- Bal Ur, Shrine (on the body of Barri)
- Skaal Village, Snedbrir the Smith (Bloodmoon)
- Vivec, Curio Manor
- Vivec, St. Olms Upper North-Two
- In Bleak Flats Cave, on a wooden table in the southern area of the cave. (Near Erthor during the Skingrad Recommendation Mages Guild quest)
- On Erthor's person after quest is finished (in the Mages Guild if he catches you trying to take it in his cave.
- Autumnwatch Tower, on the top of the second tower that does not contain the Thu-um shout Marked for Death on a wooden container.
- Korvanjund, clenched by a corpse, near the room containing the Jagged Crown.
- Fort Neugrad in the library on a table.
- Soljund's Sinkhole, on a table to the left of the entrance.
- Southeast of Honeystrand Cave near the road between some stone pillars.
- On Bookshelves.
- A non-bookshelves copy can be located in the Mages Guildhall in Daggerfall.
Women's Verse 1:
- Every winter season
- Except for the reason
- Of one war or another
- (Really quite a bother),
- The Queen of Rimmen and her consort
- Request their vassals come and cavort.
- On each and every ball,
- The first man at the hall
- Is Lord Ogin Jornibret of Gaer
- The Curse of all the Maidens Fair.
- Oh, dear ladies, beware.
- Dearest, dearest ladies, take care.
- Though he's a very handsome man,
- If you dare to take his handsome hand,
- The nastly little spell will be cast
- And your first dance with him will be the last.
Men's Verse I:
- At this social event
- Everyone who went
- knew the bowes and stances
- And steps to all the dances.
- The Queen of Rimmen and her consort
- Would order a trumpet's wild report,
- And there could be no indecision.
- As he revelers took position.
- The First dance only ladies, separate
- Away from such men as Lord Jornibret.
- Oh, dear fellows, explain.
- Brothers, can you help make it plain:
- The man's been doing this for years,
- Leaving maidens fair in tears
- Before the final tune's been blast.
- And her first dance with him will be the last.
Women's Verse II:
- Lord Ogin Jornibret of Gaer
- Watched the ladies dance on air
- The loveliest in the realm.
- A fellow in a [sic] ursine-hide helm
- Said, "The Queen of Rimmen and her consort
- Have put together quite a sport.
- Which lady fair do you prefer?"
- Lord Jornibret pointed, "Her.
- See that bosom, bob and weave.
- Well-suited for me to love and leave."
Men's Verse II:
- The man in the mask of a bear
- had left the Lord of Gaer
- Before the ladies' dance was ending.
- Then a trumpet sounded, portending
- That the Queen of Rimmen and her consort
- Called for the men to come to court.
- Disdainful, passing over all the rest,
- Ogin approached she of bobbing breast.
- She was rejected, saved a life of woe,
- For a new maiden as fair as snow.
Women's Verse III:
- At the first note of the band,
- The beauty took Ogin's hand.
- She complimented his stately carriage
- Dancing to the tune about the marriage
- Of the Queen of Rimmen and her consort.
- It is very difficult indeed to comport
- With grace, neither falling nor flailing,
- Wearing ornate hide and leather mailing
- Dancing light as the sweetest of dreams
- Without a single squeak of the seams.
Men's Verse III:
- The rhythms rose and fell
- No one dancing could excel
- With masculine grace and syncopation,
- Lord Jornibret even drew admiration
- From the Queen of Rimmen and her consort.
- Like a beauteous vessel pulling into port,
- He silently slid, belying the leather's weight.
- She whispered girlishly, "The hour is late,
- But I've never seen such grace in hide armor."
- It 'twas a pity he knew he had to harm her.
Women's Verse IV:
- The tune beat was furious
- He began to be curious
- Where had the maiden been sequest'ed.
- "Before this dance was requested
- By the consort and his Queen of Rimmen
- I didn't see you dance with the women."
- "My dress was torn as I came to the dance,"
- She said smiling in a voice deep as a man's,
- "My maids worked quickly to repair,
- While I wore a suit of hide, a helm of a bear."